News & Alerts

Montgomery County Police Officer Exam

The Montgomery County Consortium of Communities, on behalf of their respective Civil Service Commissions or Municipalities will be conducting a written examination for Police Officer on Saturday June 20, 2020 AT MONTGOMERY COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, PARKHOUSE HALL, 340 DEKALB PIKE, BLUE BELL, PA  19422. Montgomery County Community College is not affiliated with the event and the College should not be contacted regarding the test.   The application deadline has been postponed to June 10. A Physical Fitness Assessment date still needs to be determined. North Wales Borough is participating in this year’s round of testing. Please visit the website here for more information:

PA 811 Safe Digging Month Proclamation

Council President James Sando, proclaimed April 2020 as “Pennsylvania 811 Safe Digging Month” in the Borough at a Council meeting held on March 10. The Borough encourages all residents, engineers, designers, excavators, and homeowners to dial 8-1-1 at least three business days in advance of an excavation project such as planting a tree, installing a mailbox post, building a deck or swimming pool or replacing a driveway, etc. Please click here to view the entire proclamation.

Curb My Clutter Program

Montgomery County has partnered with Curb My Clutter to offer FREE door step pickup recycling for both clothing and electronics for Montgomery County residents. However, there is a convenience fee for microwaves and TVs. Please click here for more information about the Program.

Spotted Lanternfly Permit Required

Spotted lanternfly (SLF) is an invasive inspect that threatens Pennsylvania, including the agricultural, ornamental, and timber industries. Help to stop the spread!

Businesses and organizations must have SLF permits if they move vehicles, products or other conveyances within or out of the quarantine zone which includes the counties of Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia and Schuylkill. Businesses located in other states with established SLF populations must also have a SLF permit if traveling or transporting goods into Pennsylvania.

An owner, manager, supervisor, or other designated employee must complete an online permit course to demonstrate knowledge of this destructive pest and the quarantine requirements. To access this free course, go to

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture began compliance verifications on May 1, 2019.

Questions? E-mail

Additional Information

The company should designate one or more supervisors/managers in charge of warehousing or trucking to take the permit training and exam, and request enough permits to cover all vehicles under his/her authority. That designated person should then train all workers in the product movement/transport stream and maintain a record of who has been trained. They should place a permit in each company vehicle, along with documentation to show that inspections are being done and control measures (such as vehicle washes) are done at appropriate times to keep spotted lanternfly from moving with the product or vehicle. Training and inspection/control records must be kept for two years.


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