Some Norristown Police Services Transferred to Temporary Offices

Norristown Police

NORRISTOWN, PA — The Municipality of Norristown recently announced that as Municipal Hall renovations continue, some departments of the Norristown Police Department have been transferred out to temporary municipal offices.

Beginning last week, Norristown Police’s records department and parking enforcement office were relocated to the Logan Commerce Center located at 1700 Markley St., Suite 104 in Norristown (Located above the PennDOT Department of Motor Vehicles office). The majority of municipal offices have been at this location since early May.

Officials state to come to these temporary police offices if you need to pay a parking ticket, get a copy of a police report, obtain a residential parking permit, obtain a tow release, or need a local background check.

Norristown police station at 235 E. Airy St. will still be open to file a police report. A report can also be filed by calling 610-270-0977. All other police operations will still operate out of the East Airy Street station.

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Additionally, the County states that due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, face masks are required when conducting business in any of our municipal offices.

The Norristown Municipal Hall renovation is an over $13 million investment into the municipality’s government building. This is a projected 18-month undertaking that will expand municipal office floor space and enhance the customer service experience to residents and stakeholders.

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