Warrington Township

Named after the English town of Warrington and founded in October 1734, the population of Warrington Township, which is located in Bucks County, Pa, is approximately 23,500. 

Warrington Township previously consisted of four villages: Neshaminy, Pleasantville, Tradesville and Warrington. It was located at what is now Easton Road (PA Route 611).

These days, the township is made up of five villages: Neshaminy, Eureka (also part of Montgomery County),Tradesville (also part of Doylestown Township), Warrington and Palomino Farms.

Getting Around

Nearby airports include Doylestown Airport, in Doylestown, Pa., Trenton­ Mercer Airport in Trenton, N.J., Lehigh Valley International Airport in Allentown, Pa., and Philadelphia International Airport, about an hour to the south, in Philadelphia.

The SEPTA train station and SEPTA bus route 55 in Doylestown both offer regular service to and from Philadelphia. Visit septa.org.

Doylestown is connected to New York and New Jersey by Trans-Bridge Lines bus service.

Pennsylvania Route 132 runs from Warrington Township through Bucks County to a variety of other suburbs of Philadelphia.

Education in Warrington Township

There are three elementary schools in the township – Barclay Elementary, Mill Creek Elementary and Titus Elementary. There is also one middle school – Tamanend Middle School – and one high school – Central Bucks High School South. There are three private schools in the borough, namely St. Joseph-St. Robert School for grades K – 8, and Schoolhouse Learning Center and Tutor Time Learning Center for Kindergarten students.


From the census of 2000 it was established that 29.1% of the township’s populace was under the age of 18. 6.2% were between 18 and 24, with 35% aged 25 to 44, and 21.6% between 45 and 64. The remaining 8.5% were 65 or older. The median age for the township was 35 years.

It was estimated that by 2007 the median household income for Warrington Township was $86,754 while the median family income was $100,678. The median income for males was $49,643 and for females it was $34,175, and per capita, income was $25,810. Some 2.6% of the populace and 1.8% of families were below the poverty line.

From the 2010 census, 86.3% of the populace were Non­Hispanic White, 6.1% were Asian, 4.2% were of Latino or Hispanic descent, 2.1% were African American or Black, 1.4% had mixed ancestry, and 0.2% were Native American.

Cost of Living and Crime

The overall cost of living in Warrington Township is slightly less than that of the national average, though the cost of housing is well below the national average price for housing. Both violent crime and property crime are far less than the U.S. average.


Temperatures reach a high for the year in July when you can expect 87 degrees. January has the coldest period, when temperatures drop to around 24 degrees on average. There are 48 inches of rain each year, which is far above the national U.S. average of 36.5 inches.