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Cumberland County Courthouse  

Cumberland County was founded in 1750. Based on a 2010 U.S. Census Bureau estimate, the County’s population is 235,406. Its total area is 555 square miles of both urban and rural areas. The county has 33 municipalities.

Local Government

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Economic Development

Cumberland County is served by 5 Chambers of Commerce and an Economic Development Corporation.

Schools and Colleges

Cumberland County has 9 public schools, numerous private schools, several colleges, a state-related university and a law school. 


Historical Societies

Cumberland County has several organizations that work to preserve our history.


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State Resources

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- CareerLink and One Stop Service List

- File for Unemployment

- Get medical, food or cash assistance

- PA Law



Politics and Voting

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- PA Votes

- Books about Voting



Tax Forms

Each January through April 15, local libraries usually have a supply of basic tax forms available.  You may also download forms here:

- Cumberland County Tax Bureau (local)

- Federal Tax Forms

- Pennsylvania Tax Forms


National Government

Information from government websites on national government.

- National Government

- The White House

- House of Representatives

- Senate

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Find English language materials at your library, or information on citizenship exams and practice tests.

- Books on obtaining citizenship

- Practice citizenship exams with LearningExpress

- Books on learning English

- Videos on learning English

- Immigration Law



- provides information and options regarding the new Affordable Care Act.

- Understanding the Health Insurance Marketplace (Video)


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