This will keep updated with information about the Middletown Township Comprehensive Plan Update.

We want your feedback! Stay tuned for information about an upcoming public workshop, tentatively planned for mid- to late-June. Also see below for ways to get your ideas into the Plan!

A Comprehensive Plan is a blueprint for the community that details its objectives for the future. These include land development, transportation, accessibility, and open space preservation. It helps analyze the current status of the Township and will be used as a guide in decisions for capital projects, development, and grant opportunities. The final product will document the hopes and aspirations of the community.

There are many key members of the Comprehensive Plan team. The planning professionals are from Remington & Vernick Engineers and Traffic Planning and Design. They work closely with Board of Supervisors Secretary Amy Strouse, Township Manager Stephanie Teoli Kuhls, Assistant to the Township Manager Scott Sadowsky. In addition, the public is represented by the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, residents appointed by the Board of Supervisors to represent different sectors of the community. The Committee members are each from different industries, service organizations, and regions of the Township.

Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee

Donna Fiedler, Member of the Middletown Environmental Advisory Council
Rich Nuttal, chair of the Middletown Planning Commission
Robin Kemmerer, Bucks County Foundation and Robin Kemmerer Associates
Jim Merrill, Middletown Community Foundation and Inspire Credit Union
Jonathan Lippy, Langhorne Athletic Association
Bill Appleton, Chairperson of the Middletown Financial Advisory Board
Lil Shonewolf, VP of Community Health and Well-Being of Trinity Health Mid-Atlantic Region (St. Mary Medical Center)
Cyndy Diegel, Langhorne Rotary


Do you have any thoughts, suggestions, or questions about the community and the Comprehensive Plan! Please contact Scott Sadowsky at ssadowsky@middletownbucks.org.