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Bristol Road Extension Meeting Hosted by PENNDOT on June 5, 2018

For those who could not attend, a copy of the presentation from the Bristol Road Extension Meeting on June 5, 2018 (hosted by PennDOT at Unami Middle School) can be found below. PennDOT has also distributed a survey to better understand the community’s concerns. If you’d like to share your feedback, please download the survey below and send it before July 5, 2018.

Event Press Release

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will hold an open house project update meeting on Tuesday, June 5, at 7:00 PM in the Unami Middle School Cafeteria at 160 Moyer Road in Chalfont Borough 18914, for the upcoming Bristol Road Extension Project in Chalfont and New Britain Boroughs and New Britain Township, Bucks County.

The project involves constructing a two-lane extension of Bristol Road from Butler Avenue to Park Avenue to improve traffic flow in the Chalfont area.

The purpose of the meeting is to present the public with progress plans and a status update on the project. The meeting will be conducted as an open-house plans display where citizens will have the opportunity to circulate among the subject displays to gather information and discuss the different facets of the project with PennDOT’s design team.

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Spending Time Outdoors Will Improve Your Health!

Now that the warm weather is finally here, it is time to get outdoors and enjoy it! Within our Borough we have the beauty of nature to enjoy both at the Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve and Covered Bridge Park…and in doing so you can greatly improve your health! Studies have shown that spending time outdoors can have phenomenal effects on our overall health. Below are a few of the benefits:

Strengthens Mental Health: Studies have shown that walking outside is strongly linked to lowered depression and stress levels. This has a lot to do with improving your outlook on life, and overall feelings of positivity. Being outdoors allows you more flexibility and versatility as it gives you a change of pace and environment.

Reduces Stress: Aside from creating a positive frame of mind, being in touch with nature helps boost our serotonin levels. (the feel-good neurotransmitter in our bodies) It also increases activity in parts of the brain that are linked to empathy, emotional stability and love.

Increases Vitamin D Intake: We get 80 to 90 percent of our vitamin D from soaking it in from the sun. Not only is vitamin D good for our bone and cell growth, it also strengthens our immune functions and reduces inflammation.

Strengthens Immunity: Research has found that spending at least three hours outdoors every day can help increase the level of white blood cells, which help fight viruses and diseases.

Improves Self-Esteem: In addition to lifting our moods and helping us feel positive, going outside, or getting some “green exercise,” can lead to tangible improvements in self-esteem.

Nature Preserve Workday this Saturday May 19th at 9am

Wilma Quinlan Nature Preserve
Spring Workday
Saturday, May 19 – 9am until noon (rain or shine)

Please come join us for important conservation work!  Bring work gloves and tools (specifically wheelbarrows, garden rakes, hoes and shovels).

If you have any questions please contact the Borough Administration office at 215-348-4586 or at


April 30th Council Packet

Borough Council will hold a meeting on Monday, April 30th at 7:30pm at Burkart Hall.  The primary purpose of this special meeting is two consider two proposals for property and liability insurance, as the current insurance expires on May 1.  The meeting packet can be found by clicking here .

If you have any questions please contact the Borough Administration office at 215-348-4586 or at


Sand Road Closure From April 23rd to April 27th

Please be aware that SEPTA will be doing work on the railroad track crossing at Sand Road from Monday, April 23rd to Friday, April 27th and Sand Road will be closed at that time. The barricade on Mathews Avenue will be open during that time to allow travel to the industrial park.

Please contact the Borough administration office if you have any questions at 215-348-4586.


Fire Hydrant Flushing

Please be aware that North Penn Water Authority will be flushing fire hydrants in New Britain Borough this weekend. During that time you may notice low water pressure or discoloration of water. If you have any questions please contact North Penn Water Authority directly at 215-855-3617.