Plumstead Township 

Parks & Recreation

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Plumstead Township
Master Trail Plan

Parks & Recreation Committee 

(7 Person Committee)

Meetings:  2nd Monday of the Month @ 7:00 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:

(1) To recommend to the Board of Supervisors the introduction of new parks and recreation programming they believe would be desirable for the residents.

(2) To provide recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on maintenance needs of the parks, playing fields or playground facilities.

(3) To recommend plans for future facility development to the Board of Supervisors.

(4) To assist the Township staff with grant applications relating to parks & recreation facilities.

(5) To assist the Township staff with procuring sponsorship for Township events.

(6) To assist the Township staff at parks & recreation programs and/or events as needed.

Upcoming Events:

Soccer Shots: Returning Spring 2020!

Annual Egg Hunt: April 2020

Outdoor Boot Camp: Check back! 

*Discount Amusement Ticket sales are done for the year*

Don't forget our programs, classes, and summer camps require pre-registration!  Register early to save your spot! 

Plumstead Township News:

COMMITTEE OPENINGS: There are two open spots on the Parks and Recreation Committee. Plumstead Township has a number of Committees and Councils that are staffed by volunteers. At various times there is a need to find new members for these positions. In order to facilitate the finding of new members the Township maintains a human resources file of people that would be willing to serve the Township.  You can review the duties of a committee member .  If you would be interested, please fill out the attached form and present it to the Township Administrative Office by mail or fax.

Plumstead Township is located in the eastern portion of central Bucks County. It is approximately 25 miles north of the City of Philadelphia and just northeast of Doylestown Borough, the County seat.
While newer housing developments have brought more families to our area, Plumstead Township retains its rural history, having preserved nearly 3,000 acres to date through the purchase of conservation easements.

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