Welcome to Warminster HeightsWarminster Heights Home Ownership Association, Inc. is a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation providing, to its residents, safe and affordable housing in a cooperative environment.
Notices to Residents
DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PREVENTION PROCEDURES INSTITUTED BY THE STATE (INCLUDING BUCKS AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES), THE MANAGEMENT OFFICE IS GENERALLY FOLLOWING STATE/COUNTY GUIDELINES.
WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH MARCH 31, 2020.
AT THIS TIME, WE ARE FULLY STAFFED; HOWEVER, WE REQUEST RESIDENTS POSTPONE THEIR BUSINESS WITH US OR CONDUCT BUSINESS THROUGH PHONE OR EMAIL.
YOU MAY CALL THE OFFICE
MONDAY – THURSDAY
8:00AM TO 6:00PM
AS FURTHER INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE, IT WILL BE POSTED TO OUR WEBSITE AT
WARMINSTER TOWNSHIP IS ALSO PROVIDING UPDATES REGARDING THE CORONAVIRUS. PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT
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Warminster Heights lies on 98.31 acres located in Warminster Township, Bucks County, PA. It is in close proximity to major shopping areas, and several schools; including one parochial and one public high school. The site has matured landscaped areas; including open fields and a stream which runs through the property. We are serviced by SEPTA for bus transportation (Route 22), and located within walking distance from the SEPTA train station; the regional rail service to center city Philadelphia and the international airport (PHL). Within the community, itself, there are four commercial eating establishments: C&D Deli, Joe and Tina’s Pizzeria, La Corita Taco Shop, and Katie’s Bakery (orders and catering only). A community center, on-site, houses the Management offices, allows for resident activities such as parties and bingo, an auditorium for meetings, and a senior center with kitchen.
Warminster Heights was built, in 1943, to serve as civilian housing for the Brewster Aeronautical Corporation, before becoming the Naval Air Warfare Center, end eventually Lacey Park. Lacey Park owes its name to a Revolutionary War officer who fought at the Battle of Crooked Billet, in neighboring Hatboro, PA. The community changed its name to Warminster Heights in the 1960’s, and when it eventually gained ownership from the Redevelopment Authority of Bucks County, in 1986, its name changed to Warminster Heights Home Ownership Association, Inc. (WHHOA). Since then, WHHOA has worked to improve and build the community into what it is today.