Posted May 21, 2018


Montgomery County Commissioners Approve $150,000 Grant

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Posted March 9, 2018




Primary Election:  Tuesday, May 15, 2018

General Election: Tuesday, November 6, 2018



Posted July 19, 2017


Bike Montco

Take a survey about bicycling to help create Montco bicycle mobility plan.

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Posted July 19, 2017



Montgomery County Health Department

Ticks and Lyme Disease

For more information on how to protect yourself CLICK HERE



Posted  March 30, 2017


Love your Dog? License your Dog

PA Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement

For more information click here




Posted  August 29, 2016


Top Ten Ways to Be

A Good Septic Owner


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Posted September 24, 2014


Don’t Become a Statistic

Learn how to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

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Posted June 6, 2014


Call the Township for Information on Renting the Camelot Park Pavilion

4 Hour Rental

Residents:  $50 – 50 people and under

$100 – 51 to 100 people

Non-Residents:  $100 – 50 people and under

$150 – 51 to 100 people




Posted March 24, 2014


Attention Veterans and Business Leaders

The Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds office is offering a free Veterans Photo ID card that upon presentation at participating businesses in Montgomery County will entitle you to a discount.

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Posted:  October 21, 2013



Join in the new 2040 county comprehensive plan and tell us your vision for the future.

What do you think about traffic and transit, parks and trails, housing, and economic development?

Get involved by visiting


Posted:  April 10, 2013

PA National Guard Employment Network

For more information click here



Posted:  April 2, 2012

To Donate to Upper Perkiomen Valley Ambulance

Capital Campaign Fund Drive

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Posted:  March 14, 2012


Fruitville Road Bridge Closing

Montgomery County will permanently close the county-owned Fruitville Road Bridge to all traffic effective Friday, March 16, 2012. The decision to close the bridge was based upon an in-depth inspection conducted by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation consultants and Montgomery County representatives. All traffic that uses the bridge will be guided around the closed bridge by a signed detour maintained by Montgomery County. The bridge will remain closed to all vehicle traffic, but will be open for pedestrians.

The Fruitville Road Bridge was built in 1905 and has served the area for 107 years. Information regarding the replacement bridge can be obtained by contacting the Montgomery County Department of Roads and Bridges at 610-278-3612.