Plumstead Townshipis located in the eastern portion of Central Bucks County. It is a long, rectangular municipality that has a rich history as a place where many of the forces that shaped Bucks County have come together. Much of its terrain is steep and rocky, but it also has productive farmland. Its western portion is drained by tributaries of the Neshaminy Creek. Toward the east, streams rise which flow into the Tohickon Creek or directly into the Delaware River. The township extends from the Delaware River to Swamp Road, Route 313, once known as Dublin Road. Philadelphia is 40 miles south, approximately 35 minutes away. New York City is 80 miles north averaging an hour and a half driving time. Want to know more?Sign up for our eNewsand stay up to date!
Discover Plumstead, an Amazing Scavenger Hunt!
Thank you to all that participated in our Amazing Scavenger Hunt!
The scavenger hunt is best described as a driving tour to ten destinations to discover the hidden treasures in & around Plumstead Township. The goal is for visitors to learn the history, participate in activities, and have a whole lot of fun. [read more ]
Meetings: 2nd Monday of the Month @ 7:30 PM in the Township Community Room.
The Plumstead Township Park & Rec Committee was re-established in 2008. The committee members have a five year staggered term.
The Board of Supervisors relies on the Committee to: (1) Advise the Board on development and administration of programs. (2) Provide recommendations for the maintenance plans for facilities and fields. (3) Make recommendations regarding user fees, when applicable. (4) Assist with recommendations for acquisition of land for park purposes.