John Mack - Newtown Supervisor

Selected Currently Available Surveys

  • Newtown Area Comprehensive Plan Survey: [OFFICIAL NEWTOWN AREA JOINTURE SURVEY] The Newtown Area Jointure (the joint municipal zoning consortium comprising Newtown Township, Upper Makefield Township, and Wrightstown Township) would like your help in determining future planning needs for your community. The Jointure would like to hear the views of as many residents as possible, and is committed to ensuring the community plays an active role in developing the policies that will help shape the development in the Jointure for the next ten years and beyond. Take the survey now.

THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP APPROVED SURVEYS AND QUIZZES. THEY ARE HOSTED BY JOHN MACK ACTING AS A PRIVATE CITIZEN. RESULTS, HOWEVER, WILL HELP FORM MR. MACK'S POSITION ON ISSUES.

  • Newtown Twp Police Town Hall Meeting: What's Your Opinion?:

    Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, a limited capacity will be implemented to ensure everyone’s safety in the public meeting room (max 20 attendees). Mask coverings will be required in order for everyone's safety.

    Chief Hearn, however, has said "in our attempts to get people to freely open up on topics that may be discussed, the meeting will not be televised or recorded." 

    You can submit your comments/questions via this questionnaire in case you are unable attend for personal reasons (e.g., conflict) or if you were not able to attend due to seating limits. You also can submit questions/comments/concerns directly to the Chief via email to: PoliceTownHall@newtownpa.gov 

    This is not an official Newtown Township or Newtown Police questionnaire. It is hosted by John Mack to learn more about your views and to provide you with additional information in advance of the meeting and a summary of the Q&A afterward.

    No identifying information will be revealed to third parties unless you indicate that you want to submit your question or comment to the Chief. Your question or comment may be read aloud at the meeting.


  • Newtown Speaks Out on the Issues: Respondents rate the importance of several issues impacting the quality of life in Newtown Township such water quality, school safety, open space, taxes, traffic, etc. Take this survey now.

  • Should Newtown Allow a Super WaWa on the Bypass?: The Newtown Township Board of Supervisors heard details of an application for a Super Wawa convenience store and gas station at the southwestern corner of Newtown Bypass and Lower Silver Lake Road (read “Developer and Attorney Present Their Case for a WaWa Superstore on the Newtown Bypass”). Are you in favor or opposed to this? Take this survey now.

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