In July of 2013 the Northumberland County Commissioner’s received a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection through the Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority (PEDA) to assist the Commissioner’s in converting and upgrading the heating system at its historic Courthouse. The upgrades were completed in October of 2013 and the Courthouse was successfully converted to cleaner burning, highly energy efficient natural gas furnaces. To read the full press release, please click here.
In an effort to keep the public aware and informed of the ongoing activities of the Northumberland County Records Preservation Committee, the notes of our meetings will be posted to and kept on the County Website.
The Northumberland County Records Preservation Committee
In a joint effort of the Clerk of Courts office, the Commissioners office, the Northumberland County Courts, the Probation Office and the Sherriff's office an effort is underway to collect nearly $23 MILLION dollars in back court costs and restitution payments. Persons on the accompanying lists need to immediately contact the Court Cost Collection office at 570-495-2064 to make payment arrangements. Cash, Money Orders or Credit Cards are accepted. No personal checks will be accepted. Persons not making payment arrangements face the possibility of warrants being issued for their arrest.
(June 06, 2014) The Northumberland County Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts wants to warn the public about a computer virus that comes in an email falsely claiming to be about a court case. The Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts has learned the email alerts recipients about an upcoming court case; however, the email is a scam, and opening any attachment or clicking on any link in the message triggers a malicious program that infects the recipient’s computer. The email is not from the courts nor is it about a court case.
Click the image above to view the public meeting from November 18th, 2014.
Kevin P. Gilroy, Treasurer, would like to remind all county dog owners that 2014 dog licenses are on sale. They may be purchased at the treasurer's office, through the mail, or Online. Click the link to the left to purchase online.
Licenses may be mailed to:
399 South Fifth Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
The County of Northumberland is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Part-time Correctional Officer. This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent. Requires basic knowledge of the Criminal Justice system and prior experience preferred.
To apply please click here to download the application and return to: Human Resources Department, Attn New Applications 399 S. Fifth St. Sunbury Pa. 17801
Northumberland County is an Equal Opportunity Employer