Planning Commission

The Montgomery County Planning Commission is following the county’s recommendations to protect the public and our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic by minimizing social contact. Our office is not open to the public, but we are conducting business through phone and email contact. Please call our office at 610-278-3722 and leave a message or send an email to

How to Submit a Plan for Stamp and Seal
If you need to get a plan stamped and sealed as part of a final plan recording with the Recorder of Deeds, you will need to mail all submission materials rolled in a tube to the Recorder of Deeds where it will be facilitated through the Planning Commission and Board of Assessment internally for all required approvals. Click here for a guide to the required materials, see our original Procedures for Recording Plans. 

Recorder of Deeds mailing addresses:

Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds
One Montgomery Plaza, Suite 303
PO Box 311
Norristown, PA 19404

Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds
425 Swede Street; Swede and Airy Streets
One Montgomery Plaza, Suite 303
Norristown, PA 19401

Our Services

The services we provide include professional planning assistance to our municipalities, municipal training, program management, project and plan development, informative publications, and other products.

Our services to the general public include demographic information, aerial photography, maps, and publications. Our focus is to serve our citizens by planning well-designed communities with revitalized downtowns, housing choices, efficient transportation systems, scenic open spaces, trails, vibrant employment centers, preserved farmland, and community facilities.
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    Find the best streets in Montgomery County to walk, jog, run, and bicycle! Read on...
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