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The commissioners name all department heads, as well as most members of the various boards, authorities, and committees. In addition, the commissioners appoint all county employees and, sitting as the Salary Board with the Controller, establish salaries of all employees.
The management of county property and all phases of financial administration, except final audit, also rests with the commissioners. They are responsible for the preparation, adoption and execution of the annual budget, as well as for the taxing of all property, both real and personal, for county purposes. They have jurisdiction over County maintained roads and bridges and supervision of the Court House and other county operated facilities, such as the Youth Center in West Norriton Township.
Visit the Staff Directory to find all department and staff contact information.
View the Holidays / Hours of Operations to find all closings and hours of operation.
Commissioners' Board meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month starting at 10 a.m. in the Commissioners' Board Room located on the 8th floor of One Montgomery Plaza, Norristown Pa 19401. Board meetings are live streamed at https://www.montcopa.org/livestream
starting at 10:00 a.m.
Each website will have pertinent information pertaining to their municipality.
Here is a list of township and borough websites.
If you are voting by absentee ballot, you may come into the Voter Services Office to vote instead of applying by mail. We will process your application and hand you your ballot; you may then vote your ballot in the office and hand it back in, or take it home with you. Please contact the office to verify that ballots are available prior to coming in to vote.
Reminder - the last day to apply for an absentee ballot is 5 pm the Tuesday before Election Day. Postmarks do not apply.
Deadline for filing an annual appeal is August 1 to be effective for the following tax year. Filing Fees: This is a non-refundable processing fee. Check or money order made payable to: Montgomery County Treasurer for each application. Single Family Residential or Individually Owned Condominium (excluding apartments) - fifty dollars ($50.00) Residential (multi-family) (duplexes) - one hundred dollars ($100.00) Commercial and Industrial (including apartments) - two hundred dollars ($200.00) Preferentially Assessed Properties (Act 319, Act 515) - fifty dollars ($50.00) Exemptions - two hundred dollars ($200.00)
There are two different types of appeals: 1. Annual - You have the right to appeal your assessment once a year. The deadline for filing is August 1 to be effective for the following year. Annual appeal hearings start in May and must be heard by October 31. 2. Interim - Appeals must be filed within 40 days of the mailing date stated on the assessment change notice. It is important that the appeal form be completed accurately, indicating the location of the property appealed, the parcel number (the parcel number may appear as the account number on your tax bill), list any unavailable dates, include your daytime telephone number in case we have any questions, your opinion of MARKET VALUE, and the name and address to which the notice of the hearing should be mailed. Make sure you have signed the appeal form. A separate form must be used for each property and parcel number being appealed.
A member of a partnership may represent the partnership, a bona fide officer of a corporation, trust or association, may represent the corporation, trust or association, and an officer or employee of another agency or of a political subdivision may represent the agency or political subdivision in presenting any submittal to an agency subject to these rules.
Please click here to open the Support Exceptions Instructions Packet.
Montco DUI Administration 408 Cherry Street Norristown, PA 19401 610-992-7700 * Main Office
Montgomery County Court House Annex 102 York Road, Suite 201Willow Grove, PA 19090 215-784-5408 * Satellite Office
No. The Office of Public Health clinics provide specific immunization and communicable disease clinic services to protect the public’s health. For information on low-cost primary care, please refer to the Parent and Infant Resource Guide.
No, however, all of our public health clinic services are free. For information on finding insurance coverage for you and/or your family, please visit the Adult Basic website or the PA Children’s Health Insurance Program website.
There is no fee for a clinic visit.
No dental care is offered at our clinics, however, please click here for a Dental Resource Guide that lists low-cost dental care providers.
The Office of Public Health offers immunizations at the three health centers by appointment only. For children to receive immunizations, their immunization records must be brought with them to the clinic.
The Office of Public Health (OPH) utilizes a tuberculosis risk screening questionnaire to determine the need for tuberculosis testing. Only those who are deemed “high risk” will be tested for TB. Contact one of our Health Centers for more information. Note: There are fees for this testing. The OPH does not perform testing for administrative reasons (occupation required-health care employee, school employee, day care employee).
The Office of Public Health provides FREE HIV and Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing and counseling services to all County residents over age 13 during Communicable Disease Clinic Hours at all three Health Centers on a walk-in basis. No appointment is needed.
The Office of Public Health does not give travel immunizations. You may call Penn Travel Medicine at 610-902-5618 or Passport Health at 800-839-4007.
Treatment for lice is not provided at the Office of Public Health.
Please call the Office of Public Health location nearest you and ask for the Environmental Field Services Plan Review Coordinator.
Please call the Office of Public Health location nearest you and ask for the Environmental Field Services Complaint Coordinator.
Residents are advised to contact township or borough Code Enforcement where the property is located.
Contact the Philadelphia OSHA office at (215) 597-4955 or through their website for more information on safe working conditions.
The Office of Public Health (OPH) no longer offers the proficiency exam as of June 2012. Once an individual completes an OPH approved course within the past five years, he/she must apply for reciprocity in order to receive an OPH certificate.
The Office of Public Health has three health centers throughout the County, including our main office in Norristown.
The Main Office is located in Norristown. We also have three health centers located throughout the County - Norristown, Pottstown and Willow Grove.
The Office of Public Health (OPH) is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am – 4:30pm. The OPH also has three public health clinic hours and locations.
Several staff at the Office of Public Health speak Spanish. We also have access to the language line and can assist folks who speak languages other than English and Spanish.
You may call the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of State Professional Compliance Office's toll-free Complaint Hotline at 800-822-2113 (within Pennsylvania only) or 717-783-4849 (outside Pennsylvania). You can also visit their website.
Please call the PA Office of Vital Records at 1-724-656-3100 or visit their website.
Please call the Pennsylvania Bureau of Facility Licensure and Certificates at 717-787-8015 or visit their website.
Please call the PA Liquor Control Board’s Eastern Region Office at 610-940-1200 or visit their website.
No. For more information on finding insurance coverage for you and/or your family, please contact the Montgomery County Assistance Office. Norristown Area 1931 New Hope St, Norristown, PA 19401 (610) 270-3500 Pottstown Area 24 Robinson St, Pottstown, PA 19464 (610) 327-4280
Per PennDOT, private contractors remove deer along state roads. The Pennsylvania Game Commission removes large game animals from limited access highways. Contact your PennDOT county office or the local Game Commission.Montgomery County PennDOT: 610-275-2368Southeast Region PA Game Commission: 610-926-3136
If the animal is not completely deceased, contact the PA State Police: 610-584-1250.
Please call 610-278-5119 during normal office hours for more information about the car seat program. The Office of Public Health does not offer free strollers.
The Office of Public Health is no longer offering breast health screenings; however, you may qualify for a free mammogram and pap test through the Pennsylvania Department of Health Healthy Woman Program. The general phone number is 800-215-7494. Or, you may contact one of the participating area hospitals directly for more information. Abington Memorial Hospital 1200 Old York Rd. Abington, PA 19001 215-481-2586 Mammograms – Ideas for Healthy Living Bryn Mawr Hospital, Women’s Comprehensive Breast Center Healthy Woman Program 130 South Bryn Mawr Ave. Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 484-337-8712 Call: Marita Truax Mammograms, Breast Exams, Pap & Pelvic exams Mercy Suburban Family Practice Healthy Woman Program (Services Mercy Suburban Hosp.) 530 Church Street, 2nd Floor Norristown, PA 19401 610-275-7240 Mammograms Call: Ms. Alek Encinas Breast Exams, Pap & Pelvic exams Lankenau Hospital Call: Marsha Serock – Community Services484-476-8554 Info. Mammograms, Breast Exams, Pap & Pelvic You must make an appointment through Internal Medical Clinic (484) 476-2658. Get a physical exam first at Clinic B-15. They offer to the women a Clinical Breast Exam, Pap and Pelvic exam. You will meet with a financial Counselor. They have Charity care to help the women. Show (3) pay stubs if you are working. You will be set up with an appointment to get a mammogram through Lankenau Hospital. Penn Radiology, University of Pennsylvania Health System Mammograms with a Doctor’s Script Penn Radiology at Radnor 610-902-1800 Penn Radiology at King Of Prussia 610-265-6510 *When calling please refer to “Nancy Cares Project” * Penn Radiology will not take patients with a note from any Planned Parenthood.
The Montgomery County DA's office has implemented medication drop boxes at secured local police departments throughout the County.
In 2014, the Horsham and Warrington Township Water Authorities conducted sampling in their public water supply wells, under the EPA third Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule, and discovered PFAS contamination. Past use of aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) is likely the source of the PFAS contamination on site.
In 2016, the EPA lifetime health advisory (HA) of 0.07 µg/L for PFOS or PFOA or combined PFOA and PFOS. Following the EPA lifetime HA: 1. Impacted public wells in the Horsham and Warrington public water supplies were taken off-line and filtration systems installed; 2. Private well users were provided alternative water sources (e.g. bottled water or public water connects); and 3. Site mitigation efforts have occurred.
PFAS are man-made chemicals that have been used in industry and consumer products worldwide since the 1950s. They have been used in non-stick cookware, water-repellent clothing, stain resistant fabrics and carpets, some cosmetics, some firefighting foams, and products that resist grease, water, and oil. PFAS do not occur naturally, but are widespread in the environment.
PFAS contamination may be in drinking water, food, indoor dust, some consumer products, and occupational settings. Most exposures occur through drinking contaminated water or eating food that contains PFAS. Most people in the United States and in other industrialized countries have some PFAS in their blood.
Some scientific studies suggest that certain PFAS may affect different systems in the body. More research is needed to understand, with certainty, if or how, exposure to PFAS in our water and food can affect people’s health.
· At this time, scientists are still learning about the health effects of exposures to mixtures of PFAS.
We understand that some people may want to know the level of PFAS in their blood. While tests can measure the amount of PFAS in your blood, the results won’t tell you how PFAS will affect your health now or in the future. Most people in the United States have one or more specific PFAS in their blood, especially PFOS and PFOA. Talk with your health care provider about testing. Additional information on labs that offer testing is found below.
A number of studies have been conducted to determine the efficiency of filtration devices, for point-of-use filters. The results of these studies have shown that point-of-use filters can remove trace organic compounds. Based on these studies, there currently are three general types of filtration systems that can potentially can reduce PFAS levels in water, if properly maintained: granulated activated carbon – either in refrigerator, faucet, or pitcher filters and some filtration systems installed on your water line; reverse osmosis; or granulated activated carbon used with reverse osmosis. However, it is important to ensure the systems are maintained according to the manufacturer and that your water is tested.
Global public health organization NSF International has developed a test method and protocol to verify a water treatment device’s ability to reduce perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) to below the health advisory levels set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Consumers can find NSF International-approved devices by visiting: http://info.nsf.org/Certified/DWTU/
Click on “reduction devices” at the bottom of the page for PFOS and PFOA).
Additional community information on this topic is available from other states, including:
PFAS have been found in surface waters surrounding the Willow Grove site. Exposure to PFAS from non-drinking water sources would add to the potential risk. However, swallowing small amounts of PFAS during recreational activities in the nearby creek would not result in a significant exposure. Absorption of PFAS through the skin is not a major exposure route due to the physical characteristics of PFAS. These same characteristics cause most PFAS to remain in the water column and not separate into sediment or become volatilized into the air, thereby reducing the likelihood of exposures via contact with creek sediment or breathing while swimming. Currently, ATSDR, EPA and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) do not have screening values for PFAS in surface water. In addition, swimming or wading in natural bathing waters can put public health at risk due to an assumed presence of fecal coliform bacteria from natural sources. Care should be taken to prevent young children from swallowing any recreational water, and for any swimmers to wash afterward with an approved water source.
PFAS don’t break down easily in the environment and can bioaccumulate and biomagnify in some wildlife, including edible portions of fish. Studies have shown that PFOS is measured more often and at higher concentrations in fish tissue than other PFAS compounds. The half-life of PFOS in fish is shorter than in humans or the environment. Thus, concentrations in fish decline more rapidly following declines in surface water concentrations.
Fish consumption is a potential exposure pathway to PFAS, for both the general population and for people living near PFAS contaminated waters. Several states, such as New Jersey, Minnesota, and Michigan, have issued guidance on PFOS fish consumption advisories. At this time, Pennsylvania does not have fish advisories for PFAS and fish have not been sampled for PFAS near the Willow Grove site. However, fish sampling for PFAS is being planned near the site by the Navy/Air National Guard.
There are many health benefits derived from eating fish that may outweigh the risk from the presence of a contaminant. While PFBC warnings do not currently include PFAS, additional information on Commonwealth fish advisories can be found here.
Wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water. See your physician immediately for medical treatment. Contact the Montgomery County Office of Public Health at 610-278-5117 and speak with a Disease Intervention Specialist, who will start an investigation and provide you with the necessary information.
Wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water. See your physician immediately for medical treatment. If possible, wildlife that has bitten or scratched you should be tested for rabies. All animal bites to humans should be reported immediately to the Office of Public Health. Please call the Montgomery County Office of Public Health at 610-278-5117 and ask to speak to a Disease Intervention Specialist, who will provide additional information.
Wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water. See your veterinarian immediately for medical treatment. Contact your local Animal Control Officer, PA Game Commission or Police Department for assistance with potentially rabid wildlife. If you suspect the biting animal has rabies, contact the Department of Agriculture immediately at 610-489-1003 x 118 to speak to an investigator at the Region VII Office who will discuss follow up for your pet and/ or for testing of the animal.
Bats are a common carrier for rabies. If possible, try to safely capture the animal without making any direct contact with the animal. Contact the Montgomery County Office of Public Health immediately at 610-278-5117 and speak to a Disease Intervention Specialist, who will start an investigation and provide you with the necessary information, including facilitating Rabies testing and/or post-exposure recommendations.
As of January 1, 2018, the Montgomery County Office of Public Health no longer investigates these reports. If a wound has a suspected rabies risk, please contact the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture at 610-489-1003 x 118 to speak to an investigator at the Region VII Office who will assist you.
Dog owners in Montgomery County can purchase dog licenses online or by mail via Montgomery County Treasurer. Pennsylvania State Law mandates all dogs 3 months and older are licensed.
Sewage permit applications and designs are available if issued after 1991. Please call the Health Department location nearest you and ask for the Sewage Enforcement Officer (SEO) who oversees your municipality. Prior to the inception of Office of Public Health, on-lot sewage permits were issued by local SEO working for individual municipalities. Contact your local municipality for the permit copy if issued prior to 1991.
An application for site evaluation (soil probes and percolation testing) and instructions for permit application completion are available on-line. The four page carbon form PADEP sewage system application can be sent to you upon request. Please call the Office of Public Health location nearest you.
If you have any questions regarding operation and maintenance of your elevated sand mound or any other type of on-lot sewage disposal system, please call the Office of Public Health location nearest you and ask for the Sewage Enforcement Officer (SEO) who oversees your municipality.
Please call the Office of Public Health location nearest you and ask for the Sewage Enforcement Officer (SEO) who oversees your municipality.
Tests are administered to measure clerical skills, if required to perform the position. Clerical tests include computer skills, typing, and data entry. Certain departments also administer pre-employment tests specific to the specialized needs of their job requirements.
If you are applying for a position that requires testing for clerical skills, such as computer and typing
TESTS CAN BE TAKEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY. TESTING LOCATION IS: ONE MONTGOMERY PLAZA 425 SWEDE STREET 1st FLOOR (Lobby) APPLICATION CENTER NORRISTOWN, PA 19401
TYPING TEST SCORE MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 30 WPM AND THE DATA ENTRY SCORE MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 6000 KPH. NO APPLICATION WILL BE SENT TO THE DEPARTMENT UNTIL TESTING HAS BEEN COMPLETED.
A new application is not required for each position for which you are applying.
If you apply on-line you don't have to fill out an new application. If your information is current you can just click on the job posting and submit your application.
Review and update all the sections on the online application before applying for a job.
Certified copies may be obtained by contacting the Marriage License Bureau at 610-278-3414. There is a $14 fee for a certified copy. For more details, please visit the following link:
An Incapacitated Person may be a developmentally disabled adult or an adult who has lost the capacity to make and communicate decisions due to illness or injury. When a Petition is filed with the Court, the Court will hold a hearing to determine whether or not the Court should issue a decree declaring that a person is an Incapacitated Person and a Guardian or Guardians should be appointed.
A Final Decree may appoint one person as Guardian of the Person and another person as Guardian of the Estate of the Incapacitated Person, or may appoint one person to serve in both roles. The Court may also appoint co-Guardians of the Person or Estate. The Guardian of the Estate generally handles financial affairs while the Guardian of the Person handles health and life decisions.
The role of either Guardian is to represent the rights and best interests of the Incapacitated Person. The Guardian should honor the expressed wishes and preferences of the Incapacitated Person to the greatest extent possible. The Guardian must always act in the best interests of the Incapacitated Person.
Credit Card payments are only accepted when using our Electronic Filing System.
Yes, they are. You can view the docket entries for free. If you want to view the actual filings, there is a “Pay per Page” charge. You are allowed to view the pleadings only once for the fee. When you view it, you should print it or save it because you will only see it one time for the price you are charged. That fee is $.50 for the first page and $.10 for each additional page. We accept Master Card, Visa, or American Express as payment. Attorneys get one free look if they are registered for E-Filing and they are Attorney of record on the case.
You may come to the Prothonotary’s Office Monday through Friday or you may send a request in the mail along with your case number, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and $5.25. If you do not know your case number, you will need to send an additional $9.00 to cover the cost of a search. Never send cash. You can use cash if you come to the Court House in person, but through the mail please use Certified Check or Money Order.
Yes, but there is a fee. Copies are $.25 per page. Docket printouts are $1.75 per page.
The office is located at 425 Swede Street, Third Floor, Suite 303 in Norristown directly across the street from the Montgomery County Courthouse.
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Residential Programs •Electronics Collection Program •Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program •Campaign Sign Recycling Program •Compost Bin and Rain Barrel Truckload Sale •Paper Shredding Program •Recycling Bin Loaner Program for Events •Tire Collection Program
Business & Institution Programs •General Recycling Information •Greensylvania – School Recycling Competition •Specialty Waste Information ?Electronics ?Hazardous Waste ?Organics (Leaf, yard, and food waste) ?Tires ?Universal Waste
Certain types of signs also fall under municipal jurisdiction. Local road crews maintain the following signs: •Road name signs •Speed limit signs •Stop signs
All liens registered on properties can be obtained at the Prothonotary’s Office at the Courthouse. Public records for properties are also available at the Board of Assessment Appeals under “Property Records”.
* STAYED: The sale has been completely stopped.* Postponed: The sale has been postponed to a future sale.* Pstpnd by CO: The sale has been postponed by court order.* Bnkrptcy –PP: The sale is postponed due to a bankruptcy filing.* For Sale: The sale will be held on date listed.
* SOLD - For Costs – There was no active bidding. The plaintiff has purchased at cost.* SOLD - Consideration 3RD Party – “John Q. Public” has purchased the property.
If you have questions regarding anything else about your child support case (such as enforcement, modifying your support order) you must call your local county Domestic Relations Office.