As of June 1, 2021, the Montgomery County Planning Commission office is officially reopened to the public from the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. Staff will be available to assist members of the general public who may want to explore 247 development files or our planning library or bring in plans for recording (plans accepted until 3:00 p.m.) or need other services. We still encourage the public to utilize our online resources or call the office number for any assistance that can be facilitated remotely. Some staff will still be working remotely, so an advance call may be more efficient to serving your needs. We thank everyone for their patience during the COVID-19 pandemic and look forward to seeing you again. Montgomery County is requiring all staff and visitors to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
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The Montgomery County Commissioners today announced that 23 projects in the county will receive Montco 2040 Implementation Grants in the 2021 cycle of the program. Read on...
The Montgomery County Planning Commission is accepting applications for the 2022 round of the Montgomery County Agricultural Land Preservation Program. Read on...
The Montgomery County Commissioners joined with other local officials today to break ground on the Chester Valley Trail Extension, a planned 3.8-mile extension of the Chester Valley Trail. Read on...
The Montgomery County Commissioners announced that eight projects across the county will receive Montgomery County Transportation Program grants for the 2021 selection cycle. Read on...
The Montgomery County Planning Commission (MCPC), in partnership with its technical and engineering consultant, NV5, continues to study the feasibility of the easternmost segment of Montgomery County’s Cross County Trail. Read on...