IMPORTANT: 9-1-1 is equipped to accept text messages. Stay up to date with the County's Emergency Notification System. Township of Lower Merion Police Department 71 E. Lancaster Avenue Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003 Emergency Number: 9-1-1 Non-Emergency Number: 610-649-1000 The Police Department non-emergency phone number is (215) 362-2301 Montgomery County Emergency Service, Inc. 50 Beech Drive, Norristown, PA 19403 610-279-6100 or toll free 844-455-7455 email@example.com Municipal Meeting Watch the Board of Supervisors Meetings online. Address: 1420 Heather Place Pottstown, PA 19464-1707: Telephone: Non-Emergency (Montg Cty Dispatch) - 610-327-1441 General Info - 610-326-8446: Fax: Montgomery County residents Make the Right Call by using. Department City Non-Emergency Phone Number Birmingham PD: Birmingham, Alabama: 205-328-9311: Montgomery PD Montgomery County Emergency Service (MCES) offers a comprehensive range of crisis intervention services to those in a mental health crisis or psychiatric emergency because of a serious behavioral health problem; MCES, Inc. also works to divert individuals in behavioral health emergencies from involvement with the criminal justice system. 9-1-1 only for emergencies, 301-279-8000 only to report non-emergencies, and; 3-1-1 for general Montgomery County government information. The official website of Montgomery Township, PA. Race and Homelessness in Montgomery County, PA Part 2: National Scan by the SPARC Team at the Center for Social Innovation. Contact. The county works pro-actively to reduce or prevent evictions, as once someone is homeless the remedies are much more expensive for both the tenant and the government. Department Headquarters (non-emergency) Business Hours: 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Telephone: 717-783-5599 1800 Elmerton Avenue Harrisburg, Pa 17110 Montgomery County Pennsylvania is supported by a number of non-profit organizations, churches, and emergency assistance programs that are focused on housing and rent concerns. The mission of the Montgomery Township Police Department is to achieve and maintain a highly professional organization that affirmatively promotes, preserves and delivers a feeling of security, safety and quality services to members of the residential, commercial, and industrial community. Non-emergency issues please call 610-635-4300. NEW NON-EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS - Montgomery County has issued countywide non-emergency phone numbers for Police, Fire and EMS. Learn More → Advancing Equity. Are you a Montgomery County resident and in need of emergency shelter? Township Office 1286 Black Rock Road Phoenixville, PA 19460 Phone: 610-933-9179 Fax: 610-983-0355 Office Hours Hours: 8:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. Quick Links. 301-279-8000, 3-1-1, and 240-777-0311 ARE NOT equipped to accept text messages.