- Public Safety
- Fire Prevention Open House - October 10
- Free E-Waste Recycling
- Local Volunteers to Host Alex's Lemonade Stand - June 13, 2015
- View PECO's Online Outage Map
Upper Makefield is a second-class township in Bucks County, Pa. governed by a 5-member Board of Supervisors. Under the board’s direction, the township manager oversees the operation of the township and its departments, including administration, finance, building & code enforcement, public works, and public safety.
Upper Makefield Township government is divided into 5 main departments, including Administration, Finance, Building & Code Enforcement, Public Works, and Police.
Hired by the Board of Supervisors, the Township Manager keeps Upper Makefield Township running. The Manager oversees each of the township departments, manages community relations, keeps the supervisors informed, creates the township budget, and much more.
David R. Nyman, Interim Township Manager
Judy Caporiccio, Assistant Township Manager
Viki Connolly, Administrative Assistant
Jim Bannon, Part-time Administrative Maintenance/Park Maintenance
The finance department manages the township budget and daily finances.
From new development to home improvements, the Planning and Zoning Department manages permit & zoning applications, and ensures completed work is done to code – keeping our homes and businesses safe and environmentally sound.
The crew you’re most likely to see is the Public Works Department. They keep roads clear & drivable and are responsible for upkeep of township property.
The police department and its 15 officers provide 24/7 protection and assistance to the residents, businesses, and visitors in Upper Makefield Township.
Residents of Heritage Hills,Traditions and Lakeside developments are now able to pay their water/sewer bills online at the link below.
Dutchess Farm and Enclave online payments will be available in the future.