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Police Emergency/Non Emergency

In a case of emergency call 911.

For the Doylestown Township Police Department Non Emergency number call 215-348-4201.

 

Deceased Animal in the Road

  1. If the animal is on a State road call PennDot – 215-345-6060
  2. If the animal is on a Township road – 215-348-9915
  3. If the animal is on your property, there is a $75 fee for removal, call 215-348-9915

 

Road Issues/Potholes

To report a Pot Hole in a township road call us or email us.  To report a pothole on a state road call PennDot at (215)345-6060.

State Roads are:

State Roads
Almshouse Road Lower State Road
Edison-Furlong Road Pebble Hill Road (Sugar Bottom to Boro)
Swamp Road/Route 313 Old Dublin Pike
Ferry Road Pine Run Road
Limekiln Road (Boro to Pine Run) Sandy Ridge Road (West to Route 202)
Bristol Road Sugar Bottom Road
Swamp Road/Route 313 Easton Road/Route 611
Old York Road/Route 263 East Butler Pike/Route 202
North Main Street (even side)

 

Maintenance Issues in a Township Facility or Park

Call us or email us with the location and information about the maintenance issue.  We will take care of it.

 

Dogs Off Leash In a Township Park or on the Bike and Hike Trail

If you witness an unleashed dog, please contact the Doylestown Township Police.  We require all dogs be on a leash for the health, safety and welfare of our residents.

 

Unauthorized Dog Park User

If you are member of the dog park and witness someone entering the park by asking to be let in the gate, etc please contact us and let us know at the time of the incident so we can address the unauthorized user.  You can make an anonymous call or send us an email, and we will send staff out to address the user.  We require that all dog park visitors register to protect the safety of all park users.

 

A Streetlight is damaged or out

Call us and report the outage, we will have it serviced.

 

Nuisance/Junk Car

If you see or live near a nuisance such as a neighbor who has junk vehicles in their yard, violates noise ordinances, etc. contact the Township and our Code Enforcement Department will inspect the issue.