Warwick Township municipal offices are located at 1733 Township Greene, Jamison PA 18929; phone: 215-343-6100.
Since most of the settlers in the area were Scotch and Irish, historians puzzle over the naming of the township as Warwick, a town located in central Great Britain. The Neshaminy Presbyterian Church, one of the oldest in Pennsylvania, dates to 1726. George Washington "did" sleep here, at the Moland House, near the intersection of Old York and Bristol Roads. Here he joined forces with Lafayette and Pulaski prior to the Battle of Brandywine.
The township is home to 5 important park/recreation areas: Hidden Pond (10 acres), Guinea Lane (36 acres), Community Park (27 acres), plus Jamison Hunt and Hampton Chase parks, each about 12 acres. Facilities vary with the location: contact the Parks Department for more info: Warwick Township, 1733 Township Greene, Jamison, PA 18929; (215) 343-6400.