Welcome to Milford Township, Bucks County, PA

Milford Township is a 28-square mile municipality in far northwestern Bucks County.  It was established in 1734 from a portion of colonial Bucks County. Bucks County is one of Pennsylvania’s original three counties.

Milford Township is just off the Quakertown interchange of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate 476), with easy access to Pennsburg or Quakertown by Route 663.

Once a vastly wooded area, the presence of Unami Creek and Macoby Creek, plus Butter Creek, Hazelback Creek, Licking Creek, Morgan Run, and Schmoutz Creek, made for a once booming mill business, hence the name Milford.

Mennonites came here around 1712 or earlier from Germany. William Penn sent English and Welsh people to live here and they were later joined by Lutheran and Reformed people from the Palatenate in Germany and Swiss and French Huguenots.

Quick Links

Milford Township Calendar

Check the calendar for exact dates, times and cancellations notices. For park pavilion reservationscall the Township office for fees and availability at 215-536-2090.

The Milford Township Board of Supervisors meeting being held on Tuesday, January 18th at 7:00 PM will held as a hybrid meeting. To obtain the Zoom Meeting Invite for this meeting please email  ckletzing@milfordtownship.org.  The public may comment upon and ask questions about items on the agenda by emailing ambron.milford@comcast.net or calling 215-536-2090 no later than 4:30 PM on the meeting date.  Thank you for your understanding.



PennDot Repairs
To submit a state roadway concern click here for PennDot Customer Care Center or call 1-800-FIX ROAD. This can be used to submit pothole repairs, traffic light signal concerns, removal of object from road, flooding, paving, line painting, missing sign and many more concerns.

News and Info

This District has received an application for a Department of the Army permit pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1344).  The purpose of this notice is to solicit comments and recommendations from the public concerning issuance of a Department of the Army permit for the work described below.  See attached for the full details of the Public Notice.

Turnpike Request- Doerr Rd

Updated! Milford Township Zoning Ordinance, updated May 2019

Milford Township Facebook Page Stop by for current news and community updates.

Licensing your dog is the best way to bring them home should they get lost. Learn how to get a dog licenses in Bucks County – Dog License Tool Kit

Local Government Ordinances lists each ordinance available via PDF for immediate reading or download.

Real Estate Tax and Budget

Development & Building Permits

Turnpike Construction – Plans, maps, and more. The project entails work at the Quakertown Interchange, widening to 6 lanes and the replacement of bridges over the Turnpike.

Milford Township is in the quarantined area for the Spotted Lanternfly. Here are helpful resources.

More News

Board Updates

View Monthly Board of Supervisors Agenda (PDF)

View Monthly Planning Commission Agenda (PDF)

View Monthly Zoning Hearing Board Announcement (PDF)

View Monthly Park Board Agenda (PDF)

View Quarterly Agricultural Security Area Advisory Committee Agenda (PDF)

View 2021 Year to Date Board of Supervisors Minutes (PDF)

Board of Supervisors Meeting 

1st Tuesdays at 7 pm
3rd Tuesdays at 7 pm – (Only when required – please call.)

Planning Commission
Last Wednesdays at 7 pm

Zoning Hearing Board
Second Tuesdays at 7pm

We received notification today that the Pennsylvania Turnpike will reconstruct and widen the bridges carrying state and local roadways over the Turnpike. See the attached...

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2022 Dog Licenses Available at County Treasurers’ Offices; All Dogs Must be Licensed by Jan. 1 Pennsylvanians can now purchase 2022 dog licenses from their...

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Milford Township held a ribbon ceremony today to officially announce the opening and dedication of Rosenberger Road bridge. The dedication of the bridge is to...

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