|Location||Emergency Phone||Business Phone|
|911 or 609-397-3131||609-397-0945|
|Central Bucks Ambulance||911 or 215-348-8380||215-348-8380|
|Location||Emergency Phone||Business Phone|
|911 or 215-598-7200||215-862-2692|
|911 or 215-794-5611||215-794-5612|
|911 or 215-345-1411||215-297-5167|
|215-345-2200||595 W. State St., Doylestown, PA|
|215-481-2000||1200 Old York Rd., Abington, PA 19001|
|Hunterdon Medical Center||908-788-6100||2100 Wescott Dr., Flemington, NJ 08822|
|215-862-8026||186 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938|
|215-297-5438||3020 N. Sugan Road, Solebury, PA 18963|
|215-862-0608||184 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938|
|215-862-2028||182 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938|
|215-862-5372||182 W. Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938|
|215-862-5261||6832 Phillips Mill Rd, New Hope, PA 18938|
|215-794-7491||5684 York Road, Lahaska, PA 18931|
|Montessori School||215-862-1700||6610 School Lane, Solebury, PA 18963|
|215-862-2330||93 West Ferry St. New Hope, PA 18938|
|215-348-9081||150 S. Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901|
Houses of Worship
|215-794-7299||5684 York Road, Lahaska|
|215-297-5166||3736 Aquetong Road, Carversville|
|215-862-1912||85 West Mechanic St., New Hope|
|215-794-0688||Rt. 263 & Street Road, Lahaska|
|215-794-7284||5583 Upper Mountain Rd., Lahaska|
|215-862-3565||Meets NH-S High School Auditorium|
|215-297-5047||35 River Rd., Pt. Pleasant|
|215-862-5782||10 Chapel Rd., New Hope|
|215-862-1419||2680 N. Sugan Road, New Hope|
|215-862-2657||2536 Aquetong Road, New Hope|
|215-862-5472||1 Riverstone Circle, New Hope|
|215-862-2440||1680 Aquetong Rd., New Hope|
|Trinity Episcopal Church||215-297-5135||6587 Upper York Road, Solebury|
Additional Community Organizations
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American Legion-Post 79 in New Hope
The American Legion focuses their efforts on three important fronts: (1) support of local Veterans by working with government officials and others to help solve problems; (2) support of Eagle Fire Department and the New Hope-Lambertville Rescue Squad; and (3) granting scholarships to students of the New Hope-Solebury High School. New members are welcome!
For further information contact American Legion-Post 79, PO Box 131, New Hope, PA 18938. Phone: 215-862-2617
Since 2007, the Aquetong Watershed Association has partnered with residents, civic organizations, public officials and governmental entities to preserve and restore the natural resources of the Aquetong Watershed. Through education, monitoring, restoration and advocacy, we take action to promote sustainable ecological practices that maintain and enhance the Watershed's quality and beauty today and for future generations.
For more information, visit https://www.aquetongwatershed.org/
Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, located just south of New Hope, PA on River Road, is the only museum-accredited outdoor native plant collection in the United States, containing more than 700 of Pennsylvania’s nearly 2,100 native plant species. The Preserve features 134 acres of Pennsylvania forest and meadow in a naturalistic setting for the public to visit and enjoy year-round. This extraordinarily diverse collection of native plants, and the biological communities they support, provides a one-of-a-kind recreational and educational experience, right here in Solebury Township.
Visitors can explore the Preserve along 4.5 miles of well-marked trails that wind through picturesque woodlands and meadows, along with two ponds and Pidcock Creek. The Preserve’s educational resources, including nature walks, online and in-person classes, lectures and symposia, are a great way to learn about native plants, their importance to the environment and how everyone can do their part to improve the Earth’s ecosystems, both large and small.
Gardeners and landscapers can glean ideas from a display garden of showy native plants and purchase Preserve-grown native plants during the growing season. The Visitor Center offers more resources, including trail maps, a bird observatory, a resource library and the Twinleaf Book & Gift Shop.
As a member-supported non-profit organization, the Preserve offers many opportunities for volunteers to participate. The Preserve's mission is to inspire the appreciation and use of native plants by serving as a sanctuary and an educational resource for conservation and stewardship.
The Bucks County Area Agency on Aging (AAA) is responsible for the planning and implementation of a variety of services and programs to assist older adults and their families. Their broad goal is to provide comprehensive services to help adults age 60+ maintain independence in their homes and communities.
The agency offers more than twenty programs covering a wide range of needs. For those who qualify, these services may include in-home personal care and support services; family caregiver support; transportation; home-delivered meals and adult day care. Additional services include health insurance counseling, adult protective services, legal assistance, health promotion programs and ombudsman services. Consumers may also call the AAA to inquire about eligibility for the PACE program (pharmaceutical assistance), as well as the Rent and Property Tax Rebate Program.
For more information, visit the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging Webpage or call 267-880-5700.
The Bucks County Audubon Society (BCAS) is a private, non-profit organization founded as a chapter of the National Audubon Society in 1969. Its mission is to foster an awareness, understanding, and above all, a sense of stewardship of the environment.
Since its inception, BCAS has been dedicated to conserving land and wildlife, promoting awareness of environmental problems, educating the community about the interdependence of humans and the natural world and furthering the stewardship of our land, air and water resources. BCAS operates the Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center, open to school and community groups for educational programs throughout the year. Because of the early conservation work carried out by local farmers and the Soil Conservation Service, the entire watershed of the Honey Hollow Creek was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1969. It remains the only agriculturally based National Historic Landmark in the United States. The Center also sponsors public programs for all ages, from pre-schoolers through adults, as well as community outreach programs.
For more information, visit www.bcas.org or call 215-297-5880.
In 1979, the Department of the Interior, recognizing that Carversville was a prime example of a 19th century farming community, designated the village "Historic" thus placing it on the National Register of Historic Places. Because of this designation, it is now under the protection of Federal, State and local laws that protect its historic buildings and its character.
Local villagers interested in preserving the history and architecture of Carversville established the Historic Carversville Society in 1971. The objectives of the Society are to collect information on the village, record material of historic interest and identify and preserve historic sites. In an effort to meet these objectives, the Society funds research on historic homes and records oral histories from some of the older residents. A Board of Directors elected by the membership governs the Society.
Solebury Township's Historic Ordinance, which governs the historic districts in the Township, has been an invaluable tool for the Society in preserving the village. Under its provisions, the Historic Carversville Society has been successful in protecting many historic homes and in maintaining the unique character of the village.
The Society also sponsors social events in the village each year. These events help to promote a sense of community and commitment that make Carversville stand apart from other villages. Among these events are Carversville Clean-up Day, Films in the Field (outdoor movies shown on the wall of the General Store), and Caroling in the Square which occurs just before Christmas. The General Membership meeting in November is the time when the Society reviews the accomplishments of the year and the plans for the next year. The village also hosts an award winning community garden that is cared for by residents and which has become a place where villagers meet to share food and conversation. The largest annual event, Carversville Day, is held in May. It is a unique village fair with food, crafts, games, entertainment, a raffle and auction and the irresistible Carversville Pet Parade.
These events are open to everyone and membership in the Society is not required for attendance.
For those who wish to join the Society, membership is open to all residents of the village as well as anyone interested in history and preservation. Dues are $30 per year. Membership, donations and proceeds from various events fund all of the Society's activities. If you would like more information about the Historic Carversville Society, please visit www.carversville.org/ or send an email to email@example.com.
NAACP Bucks is one of the 2,200+ chapters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), America's oldest and largest civil rights organization. Our mission is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.
Established in 1949, the New Hope-Solebury Community Association supports the needs of the New Hope-Solebury School District. The Associations' fund raising efforts have been responsible for the gymnasium, a 17 acre recreation field and Community Center, and the track. The current project is a new scoreboard.
The Association has always been committed to supporting education and granting scholarships to deserving High School seniors each year. All scholarships are made possible through the generous support of many area businesses who sponsor our events.
Known as one of the premiere antique and classic car shows in the country, The New Hope Automobile Show is held the second weekend of August each year at the High School. Since 1957, this two day show features a different roster of classic antique cars, trucks, and motorcycles each day.
Cycle Bucks County is a one-day charity bicycle ride held in June, designed to raise funds and community awareness for both the New Hope-Solebury Community Association and the Tara L. Riedley Foundation, whose missions are both focused on furthering education and opportunity for all. The ride is open to all levels of cyclists, from beginners to the more advanced riders. Participants choose from four routes ranging in length from 10 to 60 miles, winding through the scenic roadways of Bucks County.
If you are looking for a way to serve your community and have a few hours you can give, volunteers are always needed and welcome!
For more information contact: New Hope-Solebury Community Association, PO Box 62, New Hope, PA 18938. Phone: 215-862-5665
Pidcock Creek Watershed Association
Pidcock Creek is a small tributary of the Delaware River, which serves as important drinking water for Camden and Philadelphia.
The 8000-acre Pidcock Creek Watershed features steep wooded hillsides, rolling agricultural fields, and streams. Among the many natural treasures located in the Pidcock Creek Watershed is Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, with its native plant nursery and bird observatory. The watershed is also an important Bird Area with 59 recorded species, including 11 rare breeds.
For more information, contact Association President Bill MacDowell.
The Primrose Creek Watershed Association has classes, nature walks and events scheduled throughout the year. Contact the Association to be placed on its e-mail or regular mail distribution list.
For more information, visit www.primrosecreek.org.
The Solebury Township Historical Society is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of the historical and cultural resources in Solebury Township and nearby communities through research, advocacy and education.
The Society is headquartered in the ca. 1755 one-room Schoolhouse in Solebury Village at 3020 North Sugan Road. An extensive research library has been established with a fine collection of books, photos and manuscripts related to the township's history. We also have research files on some 400 of Solebury Township's historic homes. Open to the public Wednesday from 3 to 5 or by appointment. Contact the Schoolhouse by phone at 215-297-5091 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Solebury Township is uniquely rich in its historic architecture, industrial and cultural heritage and notable residents. The Society seeks to expand the appreciation of our past and the understanding of how our heritage effects the quality of life of current and future Solebury residents by collecting, preserving, disseminating and providing specific information about the township's history.
The Society's programs are led by a Board of Directors and member volunteers. Programs include:
- Oral History project - collecting memories from longtime residents
- Annual Honored Citizens of Solebury award program
- Ned Harrington Scholarship awarded each year to a graduating senior from New Hope-Solebury High School and another graduating junior from the Solebury School.
- Providing educational resources to the local school system.
- Research and recording the history of all of Solebury's historic houses.
- Conducting public education programs
- Produce a period newsletter the Solebury Chronicle
- Conducting historic walks, tours, lectures, social events, children programs, and art education.
- Applying for National Historic District status for Solebury villages
The Heritage Conservancy’s designation of the one-room Schoolhouse on its Register of Historic Places.
Please contact us for information about membership and volunteer opportunities.
Solebury Lions Club - District 14
The Solebury Lions Club is a philanthropic organization supporting a number of worthy initiatives including the blind, diabetes awareness, Habitat for Humanity and maintenance of a summer camp for hearing impaired in Upper Black Eddy. They also award 2 scholarships a year to deserving New Hope-Solebury High School seniors.
The Lions Club meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at the Cock and Bull Restaurant at 7:00 pm. New members are welcome!
For further information contact: Solebury Lions Club, PO Box 15, Solebury, PA 18963.
Many of the developments in Solebury have Homeowners Associations. Responsibilities of these Homeowners Associations range from holding conservation easements to owning and operating water and wastewater treatment systems.
In each instance, the Homeowner Association is governed by a set of by-laws and a council or board. The by-laws and policies of the associations vary. In essence, the Homeowners Associations act as governing bodies that address issues regarding the rules and regulations of each Homeowners Association.
Many of the Homeowners Associations contract with a management company to take care of the administrative requirements. Below is a list of Homeowners Associations and their property management company, if applicable:
- Community Management Services Group, 721 Dresher Road, Horsham, PA 19044, Phone: (215) 830-1100 Ext. 204
- Continental Property Management, 975 Easton Road, Warrington, PA 18976, Phone: (215) 343-1550
- Fox Run Preserve
- Ingham Mews
- North Pointe
- Peddler's View
- Wilshire Hunt
- Wilshire Hunt II (Breckenridge Court)
- Yorkshire Meadows