Plumstead Township is located in the Eastern portion of central Bucks
County and was formed shortly after 1700 by English Quakers.
In 1725, a petition was presented by a group of residents to the Berks
County Court, organizing Plumstead Township. Already, small
villages had begun to grow around the township to support what was
at first agriculture community. With the much traveled highway from
Philadelphia to Easton, today’s Route 611, running in a north -south
direction and another main road running east and west, Point
Pleasant Pike / Ferry Road, business and industry began to evolve.
It has a long, rectangular municipality that has a rich history as a place where many of the forces that shaped Bucks County have come together. The township extends from the Delaware River to Swamp Road, Road 313, once known as Dublin Road. Philadelphia is 40 miles south and New York City is 80 miles north.
The Township provides many municipal services including: police, water, streets, parks, maintenance, zoning, code enforcement, historical planning, and administrative services. Fire and Ambulance service are provided to the community by the Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire Company, the Point Pleasant Volunteer Fire Company, and the Point Pleasant / Plumsteadville Ambulance Corps.
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