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Bucks County Commissioners

Robert G. Loughery, Chairman  
Charles H. Martin, Vice-Chairman
 
Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW

On behalf of the Board of Bucks County Commissioners, welcome! Whether you’re here to search for a park where you can enjoy recreational time with family, research human services, apply for a county position, read a news summary, or download an official form, this is your portal. 

Next Commissioners Meeting:
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. 
Bucks County Administration Building
Commissioners Meeting Room
55 E. Court Street, 1st Floor
Doylestown, PA 18901
Draft Agenda

Audio from Last Commissioners' Meeting - June 5, 2019

2019 Bucks County Commissioners' Meetings (Agendas, Minutes, Audio)

2018 Bucks County Commissioners' Meetings (Agendas, Minutes, Audio)


2019 Final Budget

2019 Preliminary Budget

2018 Final Budget

Bucks County Budget Information  


Bucks County Municipalities

Bucks County MapFinding information 
on Bucks County Municipalities is a click away

 

Bucks County Public Transportation Map


2019 County Offices and Courts Holiday Schedule


 

Highlights 

The Frankenfield Covered Bridge, located on Cafferty Road near the intersection with Hollow Horn Road in Tinicum Township, has been temporarily closed  for repairs. Please avoid the intersection and follow detours.


The Lower Bucks Government Services Center will close at 11 am on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 and  12 pm on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 for Passports and Dog Licenses.


The Bucks County Agricultural Preservation Board meeting has been changed from July 11th to July 3, 2019. The time and location will remain the same (7:30 pm, BCPC Library).


Bucks County Recycling Information
From batteries to yard waste and everything in between including Hazardous Waste and televisions, find out how to recycle products in and around Bucks County


2019 Senior Games37th Annual Bucks County Senior Games
June 3-14, 2019

Open to all adults 50+, the 2019 Senior Games have games for all talents, including golf, billiards, bocce, bridge, darts, pinochle, quoits and track and field. There are also some new events, this year including pickleball, zumba and orienteering. Save the dates! More information coming soon.


Recorder of Deeds' Adopt A Book Program
Help preserve historic Deed Books


Bridges of Bucks County Interactive Map
Directory of all County Owned Bridges and their status


The Doylestown office of Bucks County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs has moved. The new location is the Bucks County Administration Building, 55 E. Court Street, 2nd Floor, Doylestown, PA 18901.


The Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc. has moved to a new website. To view the new look, visit at www.bcdac.org.


 

Bucks County Boards, Authorities and Commissions

Bucks County is seeking volunteers who want to make a difference in the community, sitting on a Board and making changes and decisions to shape the future. If you are interested in becoming a citizen member, or would like more information, please visit the Boards, Authorities and Commissions page.


Bucks County
Election Information

Bucks County Certified Municipal Primary Returns

Nomination Papers and Instructions for Circulating - Municipal Primary - 2019 - for Political Bodies

Register to Vote

Board of Elections


For a complete listing of departments and their locations, please see the County's Department Contact Directory 


 

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