The next public meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Conference Room located in the Bousum Building, 26 N. Main St., Mifflintown, PA.
General Election Results
The 2018 mid-term elections brought out 62% of eligible Juniata County residents to cast their votes.
Tire Recycling Challenge
Please join us on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at the Juniata County Fairgrounds located at 308 8th Street, Port Royal, PA from 8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon.
All Juniata County residents are invited to bring out their old tires to be recycled for a low, low fee.
We’ll be competing with Mifflin, Perry and Huntingdon Counties to see who can collect the most tires. It doesn’t matter if they’re rim-on, old and cracked, or just plain muddy.
Let’s do what we can to Keep Juniata County Beautiful!
Contact Mindy Musser for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717.436.4017.
Computer-Aided Dispatch System RFP
Juniata and Perry Counties are seeking proposals from interested and qualified professionals to provide and install a turnkey solution for a regional computer-aided dispatch (RCAD) and mobile data system and associated interfaces.
The RCAD and mobile data systems will serve multiple public safety answering points (PSAPs), agencies, jurisdictions and other disciplines across the two counties.
If your company has a proven track record of successful implementations of multi-PSAP, multiagency, multi-jurisdiction, multidiscipline CAD systems, you’re invited to apply.
We’re seeking a group having a long-term commitment to development and support of software in the public safety market. It’s important that you provide skilled, knowledgeable staff throughout the proposal, implementation and maintenance phases of this procurement and be committed to provide excellent 24 x 7 customer support.
A mandatory pre-proposal conference to address questions will be held at noon Eastern on June 5, 2018.
To apply download and fill-out the RCAD Vendor Electronic Response Form.
Visit our Emergency Services page for contact information.
2018 Final Budget Adopted
The Juniata County Commissioners have adopted a final budget for 2018. Summary and detail documents are posted here for your information.
Recorder of Deeds, Register of Wills, and Clerk of Orphans’ Court Fee Increases
The JCS/ATJ/CJEA fee has increased from $35.50 to $40.25 due to changes in Acts 40 and 44 of 2017. The new fees will be effective November 13, 2017.
Listed below are the documents with the fee increase:
Agreement of Sale (Installment)… $58.75
Assignment of Mortgage… $60.75
Declaration of Taking… $58.75
Decree Awarding Real Estate… $58.75
Decree of Quiet Title… $58.75
Easement Agreement… $58.75
Extension of Easement… $58.75
Lease Agreement (30 years or over)… $58.75
Partial Release of Mortgage… $60.75
Release of Mortgage… $60.75
Right of Way Agreement… $58.75
Satisfaction Piece… $63.75
Please Note: Fees will increase on all Petitions for Letters, and on all first filings for adoptions, small estates, trusts, guardianships and minors’ estates.
For complete listing of fees refer to the following pages of our site:
Our Historic Courthouse
Early this year, Juniata County was selected by the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania (CCAP) to be highlighted on PCNTV’s “Pennsylvania’s Historic Courthouses” series. The actual taping took place on May 4th. Juniata County’s video (below) aired Thursday, September 7, 7 p.m. and Saturday, September 9, 2 p.m. on PCNTV.
Juniata County Veterans Honor Roll
The Juniata County Veterans Council has just released a new online system containing the names of veterans who are believed to have a connection with Juniata County.
New GIS Parcel Viewer!
Juniata County now has a new GIS Parcel Viewer application with updated 2017 aerial photography.
Feel free to browse the full set of instructions for this new product.
Drug Drop Box Program
The Probation and Parole Department is continuing the Drug Drop Box program.
Did you know that America has a heroin epidemic? Many users started out by experimenting with painkillers and other medications found at home. Some people get hooked on the painkillers themselves.
We all need to secure our medications so they don’t fall into the hands of children, but we also need to be aware that drug cabinets at home are targets of theft.
The old way of getting rid of old medications was to flush them down the toilet. The problem with that is the drugs get into the environment. That means pouring left over meds down the drain will end up polluting our streams and rivers.
The new drug drop box provides a secure place for you to dispose of dangerous drugs keeping them out of the hands of prescription drug abusers or kids, and out of our streams and rivers.
Juniata County Courthouse Annex Lobby
30 North Main Street
Mifflintown, PA 17059
Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M – 4:30 P.M.
Please join us in saving our children and our environment by dropping off your unwanted medications today.
Flood Insurance is A Good Thing for Juniata County!
Many of us live in a floodplain in Juniata County. If you are a renter, homeowner or business owner, make sure you have flood insurance to cover your belongings and repair costs if a damaging flood should occur. To learn more, read about Flood Insurance.