Montgomery County

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Roundtable Leaders

Honorable Wendy Demchick-Alloy
(610) 278-5800
Laurie O'Connor, Director
(610) 278-5800
 
 

Montgomery County is the third most populous county in Pennsylvania behind Philadelphia and Allegheny Counties. The county boasts fine residential communities, prosperous commercial areas and industrial centers, historical attractions, academic centers, and vast farms and woodlands. The county's business community shows potential for continued growth among high-tech computer firms, world-renowned pharmaceutical companies, thriving retail centers, manufacturing companies of all sizes and a wide range of small businesses.

Montgomery County's most recognizable attraction is the Valley Forge National Historical Park, where during the winter of 1777-1778, General George Washington and his ragged band of Continental troops reorganized and strengthened their forces in preparation for a later victory in the Revolutionary War.

Montgomery County

Montgomery County Facts

Population
750,097
Class
2ndA
Founded
1784
County Seat
Norristown, PA
Website
www.montcopa.org
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