There are a lot of good things happening in the Keystone State. Not only is Pennsylvania earning accolades for its infrastructure upgrades and business growth, but also its crime rate is approximately 25% lower than the national average, according to the most recent FBI crime report. Plus, the state’s property crime is on the downturn—with the rates of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft all dropping.
We congratulate Horsham Township for doing their part to make our community a safe place to live, work, and play.
Lets Take A Look At Horsham’s Commitment To Safety
The Horsham Township Police Department has maintained its status as an “Accredited Law Enforcement Agency” since 2003.
Horsham Township citizens and businesses are protected by highly-trained and well-equipped volunteer firefighting and rescue organizations operating from two (2) stations strategically located in the Township.
Emergency Management is that function of Horsham’s Township government specifically responsible for coordinating our community’s response to major emergencies.
Babylon Business Campus In The Heart Of Horsham
Increased productivity, better workmanship and an ability to attract key employees are some of the ways in which a business benefits from being part of a safe community. Contact Babylon Campus for more information about available locations for your business.
Township Manager William Walker is proud to announce that Horsham, Pennsylvania, has been selected as the 34th best place to live in America in 2013. Horsham Township is one of only five municipalities in Pennsylvania that was selected and one of only 100 communities nationwide. In 2007 CNN Money Magazine selected Horsham as the 15th overall best place to live in America and in 2009 U.S. News and World Report Magazine selected Horsham as being one of the best places to live in Pennsylvania.
The selection is based on a series of indicators that include population, income, job growth, crime, housing price, school quality, health care and more.
Walker states, “Horsham continues to maintain its real sense of community, providing the residents abundant park facilities, excellent schools, economic opportunity and safe neighborhoods while also attracting responsible business growth. The most important factor that makes the community so great is the people that live and work in Horsham.”
Mark McCouch, Horsham Council President, states, “We are thrilled to be ranked as one of the best places to live in America. It is an honor for Horsham Township. It is really a community effort in making our Township what it is. We have great residents, an excellent school district and an active business community which amplifies our quality of life. Being ranked No. 34 in the country, and one of only five in the State, helps to validate all the great things we are doing as a community.”
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