Thursday, August 22, 2019

Welcome to the Lycoming County

Law Library

•48 West Third Street •Basement •Williamsport •PA• 17701•
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m
Thursday by appointment
Closed Tuesdays and Major Holidays
Phone: (570) 327-2289
Email: lawlibrary@lyco.org

 

The law library stores records of local ordinances for all the municipalities in Lycoming County. The public is welcome to view the ordinances that are on file but are not permitted to take them out of the library.

Municipality Information

 



Online Information

 

Some townships maintain websites where they keep meeting minutes and local ordinances for residents to look at. You can find a list of township websites at the bottom of this page. You can also check the E-code library to see if your township has any ordinances upoaded at: https://www.generalcode.com/resources/ecode360-library/#PA.



 

Municipality Contact and Meeting Information

 

To find on your Municipality's contact information, click the link below.

Contact Information

 

To find our Municipality's meeting information, click the link below.

Meeting Information- Coming Soon



Links to Municipality Websites

 

*Please note, some of the municipalities to not have a website and therefore are missing from this list. These websites are independently run and updated by each Township.**

Armstrong Township

Brady Township

Brown Township

Cascade Township

Clinton Township

Cogan House Township

Cummings Township

Gamble Township

Hepburn Township

Limestone Township

Loyalsock Township

McHenry Township

Mifflin Township

Mill Creek Township

Nippenose Township

Old Lycoming Township

Piatt Township

Pine Township

Plunketts Creek Township

Susquehanna Township

Upper Fairfield Township

Wolf Township

 



*Disclaimer
*“Pro se litigants” are individuals who are representing themselves in a legal proceeding.
The Lycoming County Law Library has organized materials and resources for individuals who choose to represent themselves in a legal matter. Individuals who represent themselves in court proceedings are referred to as “pro se,” which in Latin means “for self.” The information provided online and in the law library may not be appropriate for your situation. The law library does not provide legal advice and should not be substituted for legal advice. If you have legal questions, you should contact a lawyer. Pro se litigants are held to the same standards as attorneys admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Representing yourself does not exempt you from understanding and following state-wide and local rules of court.

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