Our phones are back up and running!  Remember, in the event of an emergency call 911. 

We are asking the community to support our blood Drive today, Walk-Ins are welcome the Donate for Life Bus is on Kennedy Street right across from the Police Station.  They will be here until 1230.

Every donor will receive a t-shirt and be entered into a drawing for Bison's and Bills Tickets

Your donation stays local!!!

Cooling Center opportunity for those without air conditioning or other means to stay cool are offered at Ben Wilson Senior Center.

If you are OK, make sure you reach out to family, friends, and neighbors to make sure they are getting through these extremely hot days. Hydrate-Hydrate-Hydrate, but if you feel any health related issues please call 911.

The phone lines at our headquarters, located at 1041 Wilmington Pike, are not currently operational. As always, in the event of an emergency we ask that you call 911. For non-emergencies where you need to speak with an officer we ask that you call Chester County Police Radio at 610-692-5100. An officer will either be dispatched to your location or they will call you by cell phone.  Thank you!!

Doylestown Township Police are currently investigating a one vehicle traffic accident southbound on the Route 611 Bypass at Route 202. Please use caution in the area.

Community Night Out with Annville Township Police, Public Works and Union Hose Fire Department.

Enjoy an evening out with free entertainment and food. Check out the displays from local service organizations. Activities for kids include Dunk Booth, Bounce Ride, Air Basketball & Baseball. All food and activities are free to the public thanks to the kindness of our community sponsors.

Please allow yourself extra time this morning due to heavy traffic from the I-78 closure.

Doylestown Township Police are investigating several smash and grab thefts from vehicles in the parking lot of the Central Bucks YMCA during the afternoon hours on today's date. Anyone with information or witnessed anything suspicious in the parking lot between 3:45-5:00 PM is asked to contact Ofc. Carr at 215-348-4200.
Also, as a reminder please do not leave any valuables in your vehicle while unattended, but if you must please hide them out of public view.

The Hatfield Township Police Department, with the assistance of other law enforcement and public safety partners are currently conducting a search in the wooded nature area, in the 1500 block of Cowpath Road, Hatfield Township, attempting to locate a male believed to possibly be in the woods, in need of assistance.