Welcome to Cambria County, Pennsylvania!

Cambria County is a fourth class county in the State of Pennsylvania with a population of approximately 143,728  residents (Census, 2011).  There are 63 municipalities within the County consisting of 32 boroughs, 30 townships and the city of Johnstown.  The County is approximately 71 miles east of Pittsburgh via US Route 22, and 143 miles west of Harrisburg via Interstate 76.  The beauty and abundance of natural resources in the area, including two State Parks, help to promote economic development while making Cambria County one of the most desirable vacationing destinations in the State.

The Courthouse is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  (PLEASE NOTE:  THE COURTHOUSE NO LONGER PROVIDES A NOTARY.).

*Holidays (Courthouse and satellite offices closed.)

Interested in employment with Cambria County?  Please visit  Human Resources to download an employment application. 

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Public Service Announcements

Please be advised the courthouse and its satellite hours will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th in celebration of...
CORRECTION: Tomorrow's public Commissioners' meeting will be held at Conemaugh Valley's ELEMENTARY School -- NOT the High School. Meeting starts ...
For those desiring to review this program, plan on 3 hours. As information is being disseminated, remember that the main statutes dealing with...
The Cambria County Commissioners hosted a municipality and Water Symposium meeting on Thursday, November 13th at the courthouse. All the...
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Get current road and traffic conditions via 511PA.com here. Select or ZOOM TO: Altoona/Southern Alleghenies for local information.
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County Commissioners:
Cambria County PA. Commissioners
Current Commissioners 2014
President Commissioner Douglas LengenfelderPresident Commissioner
Douglas Lengenfelder
Republican
Commissioner Mark WissingerCommissioner
Mark Wissinger
Republican
Commissioner Thomas CherniskyCommissioner
Thomas Chernisky
Democrat

Citizinvestor Fundraising

The Commissioners believe that WE ALL can be an integral part in helping to develop our communities and county.  Why not donate to projects which are close to your heart (or perhaps close to your residency)?  With your assistance, we can complete area projects that may, otherwise, remain unstarted or unfinished due to a lack of funding. 

Haven't heard of this program?  Read this one-page PDF for a quick overview.

If you have additional questions or require additional information, please contact:

Citizinvestor
Tony DeSisto
Co-Founder, Citizinvestor
tony@citizinvestor.com

Visit the Citizinvestor website here


More fundraising opportunities...

A cooperative initiative between the United Way of Laurel Highlands and Lift Johnstown:

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