2014 GROUNDWATER REPORT, CLICK LINK BELOW TO VIEW.
I would like to personally welcome you to Montgomery Borough’s web site.
Here are some interesting facts about the Borough of Montgomery:
Taken from the 2010 census:
Population of Montgomery – 1,579
Male – 762 Female – 817
Average age – 33.7 years
People under 18 years old – 442
People over 65 years old – 604
Number of houses – 625
Average household income – $43,598
Number of Veterans – 142
Percentage of High School Graduates or above – 91.6%
Average Household size – 2.66 people
The following are Montgomery Borough’s Real Estate Tax Millage for 2015:
Tax Rate for General Purposes - 5.148 mills (.005148 cents on each $100 of assessed valuation.)
Tax Rate for Fire Protection - 1.0 mills (.001 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.)
Tax Rate for Library – .094 mills (.000094 cents per $100 of assessed valuation.)
Under Act 511 taxes, earned income tax is .5%
Montgomery was established in 1887 so we do have a proud history and a rich past. It is an amazing past for sure. Our community is proud for many good reasons.
From President George Washington (whose body guard is buried right here in Montgomery), to President Abraham Lincoln, you can understand the pride we feel from our past.
“Growing Toward Tomorrow” is our slogan and is so true. As you surf our web site the pride will hit you. On that note, all I have to say is Thank You for stopping by and please visit often. If you ever get to visit our great town, I’d be happy to meet you.
Following are some photos of our great town. We hope you get a chance to stop by sometime and visit in person.
Andrew Onufrak II
Montgomery was awarded a designation of “Susquehanna Greenway Rivertown” on January 16, 2013.