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MONTGOMERYCOUNTYALIVE.COM is the largest community website serving Eastern Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (PA). Montgomery is the third largest and second wealthiest county in PA. The county was formed in 1784. The land was originally part of Philadelphia County.

Whether you live, work, play, vacation, or shop in Hatboro, Lansdale, Hatfield, Harleysville, Horsham, Skippack, Souderton or surrounding areas, check out our comprehensive directories to area businesses, restaurants, music venues, and much more. Looking for something to do? Our events calendar is always buzzing with thousands of events in and around Montgomery County! As you explore what our county has to offer, let be your guide. READ MORE

As of the 2010 census, the population of Montgomery County was 799,874, the third highest in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia and Allegheny Counties. The county seat is Norristown. Montgomery County ranges from farms and open land in Upper Hanover to densely populated rowhouse streets in Cheltenham. In 2010, it was the 51st wealthiest county in the country, out of 3,113 counties in the U.S. In 2008, it was named the "9th Best Place to Raise a Family" by Forbes. Montgomery County is a major employment center with large business parks in Blue Bell, Lansdale, Fort Washington, Horsham, and King of Prussia , attracting workers from all over the region. Because of this strong job market, Montgomery County received a credit rating of 'AAA' from Standard & Poor, a rating earned by fewer than 30 counties.

The land was originally part of Philadelphia County, and became a separate county in 1784. The first courthouse was housed in the Barley Sheaf Inn. The origin of the county's name is uncertain. It was named either for Richard Montgomery, an American Revolutionary War general, or for the Welsh county of Montgomeryshire since the area was part of an area settled by Quakers from Wales known as the "Welsh Tract".


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