Emergency Management

The purpose of the Bucks County Office of Emergency Management is to assist the Borough government and residents by helping them prepare for, cope with and recover from the effects of natural and manmade disasters. The scope of emergency management includes all activities in the emergency management cycle, including prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery phases.

The information, links, and resources on this web site will help you be prepared and recover from the most likely emergency situations that may occur in Langhorne Manor.


Governor Wolf has Issued a Stay At Home Order for Bucks County


This is the Bucks County  Emergency Management Agency with a coronavirus protective action message.

The Governor of Pennsylvnia has issued a Stay At Home order for Bucks County  It is very important to ensure you are following social distancing to protect you and your family from this illness.  Keep a distance of 6 feet from others, only leave your house if the action is required to sustain life.  A few examples of life sustaining reasons to leave your home are going to the grocery store, pharmacy, doctor’s office, or a hospital.  If you absolutely must travel, gas stations will remain open.  Do not travel in groups, please go to the grocery store alone to prevent crowding, and limit personal interaction with others.

This is a message from Bucks County Director of Emergency Services Scott T. Forster.


Coronavirus Information Resources

World Health Organization (WHO)

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Pennsylvania Department of Health Media Page

Bucks County Health Department

Newsletters from State Representatives
Senator Robert Tomlinson
Representative Frank Farry

Langhorne Manor Borough

618 Hulmeville Avenue
Langhorne, PA 19047

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