9-1-1 only for emergencies, 301-279-8000 only to report non-emergencies, and; 3-1-1 for general Montgomery County government information. Learn More → Advancing Equity. IMPORTANT: 9-1-1 is equipped to accept text messages. The mission of the Montgomery Township Police Department is to achieve and maintain a highly professional organization that affirmatively promotes, preserves and delivers a feeling of security, safety and quality services to members of the residential, commercial, and industrial community. Are you a Montgomery County resident and in need of emergency shelter? Department City Non-Emergency Phone Number Birmingham PD: Birmingham, Alabama: 205-328-9311: Montgomery PD Township of Lower Merion Police Department 71 E. Lancaster Avenue Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003 Emergency Number: 9-1-1 Non-Emergency Number: 610-649-1000 301-279-8000, 3-1-1, and 240-777-0311 ARE NOT equipped to accept text messages. Township Office 1286 Black Rock Road Phoenixville, PA 19460 Phone: 610-933-9179 Fax: 610-983-0355 Office Hours Hours: 8:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. Quick Links. Stay up to date with the County's Emergency Notification System. Non-emergency issues please call 610-635-4300. The Police Department non-emergency phone number is (215) 362-2301 Department Headquarters (non-emergency) Business Hours: 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Telephone: 717-783-5599 1800 Elmerton Avenue Harrisburg, Pa 17110 NEW NON-EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS - Montgomery County has issued countywide non-emergency phone numbers for Police, Fire and EMS. Contact. Municipal Meeting Watch the Board of Supervisors Meetings online. The official website of Montgomery Township, PA. Address: 1420 Heather Place Pottstown, PA 19464-1707: Telephone: Non-Emergency (Montg Cty Dispatch) - 610-327-1441 General Info - 610-326-8446: Fax: Race and Homelessness in Montgomery County, PA Part 2: National Scan by the SPARC Team at the Center for Social Innovation. Montgomery County residents Make the Right Call by using. Montgomery County Emergency Service, Inc. 50 Beech Drive, Norristown, PA 19403 610-279-6100 or toll free 844-455-7455 mail@mces.org Montgomery County Emergency Service (MCES) offers a comprehensive range of crisis intervention services to those in a mental health crisis or psychiatric emergency because of a serious behavioral health problem; MCES, Inc. also works to divert individuals in behavioral health emergencies from involvement with the criminal justice system. Montgomery County Pennsylvania is supported by a number of non-profit organizations, churches, and emergency assistance programs that are focused on housing and rent concerns. The county works pro-actively to reduce or prevent evictions, as once someone is homeless the remedies are much more expensive for both the tenant and the government.