18920 Commissioner

Find 18920 commissioners and boards of commissioners. Commissioners provide information on property taxes, real estate land records, lookups, and local government administration.


Bucks County Commissioner 55 East Court Street Doylestown PA 18901 13.0 miles from 18920 215-348-6426


Lehigh County Commissioner 17 South 7th Street Allentown PA 18101 21.5 miles from 18920 610-782-3034

Delran Township Commissioner 900 South Chester Avenue Riverside NJ 08075 33.6 miles from 18920 856-461-1210

Pottsgrove Township Commissioner 980 Grosstown Road Stowe PA 19464 35.1 miles from 18920 610-323-7717

Lower Merion Township Commissioner 75 Lancaster Avenue Ardmore PA 19003 35.6 miles from 18920 610-649-4000

Philadelphia Commissioner 240 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia PA 19123 37.2 miles from 18920 215-686-1300

Darby Township Commissioner 21 North Bartram Avenue Glenolden PA 19036 42.1 miles from 18920 610-586-1514

Chester County Commissioner 2 North High Street West Chester PA 19380 46.2 miles from 18920 610-344-6100

Monroe County Commissioner 5560 Municipal Drive Tobyhanna PA 18466 49.5 miles from 18920 570-894-8566

Lyndhurst Commissioner 367 Valley Brook Avenue Lyndhurst NJ 07071 54.8 miles from 18920 201-804-2457

About Commissioners

Are County Commission meetings open to the public?

Yes, County Commission meetings are public meetings. Meeting notices and agendas must be posted in advance. State statutes identify certain topics, such as labor negotiations, that a County Commission may consider during an executive session, which is closed to the public.

How many Commissioners serve on a County Commission?

Most County Commissions have between three and nine County Commissioners. County Commissions always have an odd number of Commissioners to prevent tie votes. Some examples of single member Boards of Commissioners exist, but these are very rare.

Can a County Commissioner be an employee of the County?

Rules vary, but generally a sitting Commissioner cannot apply for and be hired for a position within the county they serve. Some jurisdictions may allow for an existing employee to run for County Commissioner.