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Bucks County Capital Projects

Bucks County Justice Center

How will the county keep me informed during the project?
The county is committed to keeping all county residents informed throughout the duration of this capital improvement project, the county’s largest-ever.  This page has been created to provide up-to-date information including a live Web cam of the construction. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter (@BucksCountyGovt) for regular posts and images of the construction progress. You may also sign up on our Web site for BC Connection, Your Bridge to Bucks Newsletter to receive information when any new information is updated. Bucks County’s Director of Operations Jerry Anderson has met with homeowners and local businesses to discuss construction.  He encourages anyone with questions or concerns to call the General Services Division at 215-345-3949.

Phase 1: Parking Garage
Phase 2: Demolition of existing parking garage
Phase 3: Building of the new courthouse

Phase 3: Justice Center

Justice Center Construction Web Cam

Image Gallery 2013

Image Gallery 2012

Image Gallery 2011

July 19, 2011 - Groundbreaking Ceremony

Bucks County Commissioners joined President Judge Susan D. Scott, county judges and administrators, contractors and local, state and federal elected officials to break ground for the $84 million Bucks County Justice Center. For more information, go to "Commissioners, President Judge Join Doylestown Borough Officials to Break Ground for News Justice Center."

Groundbreaking Ceremony Audio

Renderings of Justice Center

The Bucks County Commissioners hosted a public forum on February 18, 2010, where Duncan Lyons, architect from HOK, presented proposed plans for a new justice center. Also on hand was Jerry Anderson, Director of Operations, who is overseeing the project. About 75 attendees viewed the plans and had an opportunity to pose questions to Anderson, Lyons and other officials, including Commissioners Charles Martin and James Cawley, as well as President Judge Susan Scott. To hear a full audio account of the public forum, click here