Warwick Township is a community with a rich history as one of the original townships created in Lancaster County. With a tradition of agriculture, balanced with a mix of residential homes, open space, and a vibrant business/industrial community, our progressive approach has put us in a leading role in many fields including economic development, agricultural preservation and comprehensive watershed management.
Warwick Township is the first municipality in Pennsylvania to earn Platinum Certification (highest performance level) through the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification program. The municipality completed the program’s rigorous assessment which tracks 131 policies and practices that define a sustainable community. To review our press release click here. To review our program information, click the "Around the Township" tab at the top of our website, then "Sustainability".
In other news:
- Did you receive a door hanger about vegetation growing on your property?
- Proposed Flood Hazard Determination Information (FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps)
- Ever wonder how to calculate your carbon footprint based on your daily activity, such as using electricity, driving a car, or disposing of waste?
- Important information regarding the bird flu for individuals who wish to keep chickens (up to 4) in accordance with Warwick Township's domestic pet regulations. (Click here for the domestic pet regulations)
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