Good news Warrington Township homeowners – the Bucks County Commissioners voted at their May 16 board meeting to designate the Warrington Township Mill Creek Property as Open Space.
The 67 acres the area – with lots of natural features – will be used for public access: picnics, walking, biking trails and recreational areas. A section of the Mill Creek Property will continue to be farmed by a local farmer. A tributary from the Mill Creek empties into Neshaminy Creek.
Warrington Township will own the three contiguous properties that form the Mill Creek Property which is located at the corner of Pickertown Rd and Lower State Rd in Warrington.
Bucks County Open Space Referendum
Bucks County Grants and Pennsylvania State Grants were used to purchase the properties. A Bucks County Referendum voted on and approved in 2007 allocates $26 million for municipal open space.
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