Warrington Township municipal offices are located at 852 Easton Road, Warrington PA 18976; phone: 215-343-9350.
Established as a township in 1734, its namesake was a town in Lancashire, England. The southeastern boundary is County Line Rd, across which lies Montgomery County. Population (2000) was 17,580.
Bradford Dam is Bucks County 280 acre tract open space wetlands preserve. The Dam is open to fishing and also has a maintained walking trail. It "is home to a number of different bird species such as the Grasshopper Sparrow, Willow Fly Catcher, and Eastern King Bird. This unusual bird refuge is a valuable passive recreation area for Bucks County residents. Based on recommendations from wildlife and environmental experts, the township requested that the grasslands be allowed to remain high from May until early August until the birds have hatched and nurtured their young." 
The township is home to the Special Equestrians Center, a nonprofit therapeutic riding and driving program for children and adults with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. It serves Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties.
Municipal Recreation Facilities