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Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, it is the third most populous county in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia and Allegheny counties. The county seat is Norristown. Montgomery County was created on September 10, 1784. The land was originally part of Philadelphia County. Montgomery County is the 44th wealthiest county in the country. It is a suburban county northwest of Philadelphia and it is part of the Delaware Valley, named for the Delaware River that flows through it. It marks the northern border with the Lehigh Valley region of the state. It has more than six thousand acres parks, historic sites, and county greenways. Montgomery County's population growth has been in the western part of the county and provides many expressways to Philadelphia, New Jersey, and many other places in Pennsylvania. Many of Montgomery County suburban residents work in the city of Philadelphia. Montco is a major employment center with large business parks in Lansdale, Fort Washington, Horsham and King of Prussia. They attract thousands of workers from all over the region. The strong job base and taxes generated by those jobs have resulted in Montgomery County receiving the highest credit rating of 'AAA' from Standard & Poor's, one of less than 30 counties in the nation with such a rating. Montgomery County has developed from east to west and includes urbanized centers, quaint villages and rich rural farmland.

Welcome to the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania website, your community on the Internet. Here you will find valuable information about Cecil County including coupons, restaurants, shopping, hotels, local businesses, parks, recreation, government, history, transportation, real estate, public services, dining, arts and entertainment, spas, salons, schools, sports, automotive, banking, shops, healthcare, relocation, travel, tourism, and vacations in Montgomery County, Abington, Ambler, Arcola, Ardmore, Audubon, Bala Cynwyd, Bechtelsville, Belmont Hills, Blue Bell, Bridgeport, Bryn Athyn, Cedars, Center Square, Cheltenham, Collegeville, Colmar, Conshohocken, Creamery, Dresher, Eagleville, Earlington, Greenville, Elkins Park, Erdenheim, Fairview, Flourtown, Franconia, Frederick, Gilbertsville, Gladwyne, Glenside, Green Lane, Gwynedd, Harleysville, Hatboro, Hatfield, Haverford, Hollywood, Horsham, Jeffersonville, Jenkintown, King of Prussia, Lamott, Lansdale, Laverock, Lederach, Limerick, Linfield, Mainland, Maple Glen, Meadowbrook, Melrose, Miquon, Mont Clare, Montgomeryville, Narberth, Norristown, Oaks, Oreland, Palm, Penllyn, Pennsburg, Perkiomenville, Phoenixville, Plymouth Meeting, Pottstown, Red Hill, Rockledge, Roslyn, Royersford, Rydal, Salford, Sanatoga, Sassamansville, Schwenksville, Skippack, Souderton, Stowe, Sumneytown, Telford, Tylersport, Willow Grove, Worcester, Woxall, Wyncote, Wyndmoor, Wynnewood and Zieglerville. Places of interest in Montgomery County include Delaware River, Green Lane Park, Lorimer Park, Perkiomen Valley Park, Norristown Farm Park, Upper Chester Valley, Cross County Trail, Liberty Bell, Schuylkill River, Lehigh Valley, Delaware Valley and Valley Forge Historic Park.