Welcome to Norristown


Welcome to Norristown, the seat of Montgomery County. With so many diverse restaurants in town, shopping in close proximity, miles of nature trails, our own Norristown Arts Hill district, and so much more, we believe Norristown is the perfect town for your business to blossom and your family to grow. 


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Norristown is a great place to live work and visit. Take a few minutes to watch our community videos.


@NorristownFire and Santa were out and about this morning! http://t.co/KbocG7PY0l

RT @DGeeKay: @NorristownOrg I found Diogi! 20lb Jack Russell. Can you help me find the owner? http://t.co/uH0uvg82sV

This holiday season don't forget to shop local!

Holiday Greetings!: http://t.co/o1G5ERUDZt via @YouTube

Holiday Greetings!
Online shopping safety tips form the Norristown Police Department
Council Meeting on December 2, 2014
Shopping safety tips from Norristown Police Department

Organizers of the Lt. Patty Simons Law Enforcement Food Drive took a photo before they delivered food collected to the Norristown Salvation Army.
From the gallery Municipal Council and Staff

Members of the STEM Elite Program from Roosevelt High School, visited the Municipal Staff as part of their job shadowing program.
From the gallery Municipal Council and Staff

Firefighters Local 2335 donated a tree to the Municipality
From the gallery Municipal Council and Staff

Community Calendar




Our Town Production

"Every day, the dedicated and skilled staff members at Montgomery County Emergency Service work tirelessly to aid in the recovery of individuals experiencing a mental health crisis in Montgomery County. On December 20th and 21st, you are invited to witness MCES staff members' dedication and skill expressed in a very different way as MCES proudly presents its production of Thornton Wilder's masterpiece ""Our Town.""

The cast includes MCES crisis workers, case managers, social workers, registered nurses, psychiatric technicians, allied therapists, administration-- many of whom have never been in a play or, at least not for several decades. The idea to stage a production of ""Our Town"" came from the staff's deep affection for one another, the desire to collaborate on something unifying, creative, and honest to enhance morale and be more accessible to the wider community.

""Our Town"" tells the beautiful, funny, heartbreaking and hopeful story of the everyday life of the people who live in Grover's Corners, New Hampshire. Wilder wrote in 1938 that his play was about ""the life of a village against the life of the stars."" This deceptively simple play tells the truth and the story of all of us as we strive to connect and really look at one another in the course of the hubbub of our daily lives.

Come experience the magic of live theatre as MCES presents ""Our Town"" on December 20th at 7:30pm and December 21st at 2:00pm in the theatre at Building 33 on the Norristown State Hospital campus, 1001 Sterigere Street, Norristown, PA (enter via Gate 2 off of Sterigere Street, proceed on Circle Drive and park in the designated areas by Building 33.)

MCES's production of ""Our Town"" is 100% free and open to the public. There are no tickets required and no set admission fee. Staff members will, however, be on-hand to accept any donations to the MCES Patient Fund, and all proceeds from concession sales will go directly to the MCES Patient Fund. All are welcomed at MCES's production of ""Our Town."" Please contact MCES Development Specialist and ""Our Town"" director Gabriel Nathan at gnathan@mces.org with any questions about this production.

MCES's production of ""Our Town"" is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. and the Thornton Wilder Estate.

Support for ""Our Town"" has been provided by the Clayman Family Foundation."




December 2014 Zoning Hearing Board Meeting

December 2014 Zoning Hearing Board Meeting