Addressing

The Northumberland County Department of Public Safety, United States Postal Service, and your Local Municipality have undertaken the project of assigning new city-style address that conform to the NENA standard for 911 addressing, to the properties within Northumberland County.

This project was undertaken primarily to provide quicker response to your location in the event of an emergency as well as fulfilled the requirement of having a standardized city-style addressing scheme through out the County.

The assigning of addresses is done in many steps.  First, the resident requesting the address will be required to fill out a request form and mail it back to the Addressing Coordinator.  When the request is received by the Coordinator, they will use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software to assign the address.  This will include the use of Arial photography and sophisticated digital tools that measure the lengths of road segments in relationship to the surrounding property to accurately assign a standardized number to the structure.  This address then gets input to many different systems.  It will be added to the County Tax Assessment Database, as well as the United States Postal Service Database, and the 911 Centers GIS data used for Emergency Dispatch.


 

INFORMATION CENTER

ADDRESSING LINKS

DOWNLOADABLE FORMS

 

 Contact Me If You:

 

Need a new address 

Need a copy of your
original Address Form

 If you have any Questions  




Eric C Wendt

570.988.4378
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Township

Date Notified

Rockefeller

11-14-2006

Ralpho

02-21-2007

Upper Augusta

04-16-2007

Snydertown

05-14-2007

Shamokin

06-18-2007

West Cameron

07-16-2007

Lower Augusta

08-06-2007

East Cameron

08-27-2007

Jordan

09-17-2007

Washington

01-23-2008

Zerbe

01-23-2008

Upper Mahanoy

03-04-2008

Little Mahanoy

04-01-2008

Herndon Borough

06-17-2008

Jackson

08-19-2008

Lower Mahanoy

08-27-2008

Mt. Carmel Twp

12-19-2008

Coal

04-06-2009

Point

12-23-2011

 

To attach your 911 address to your phone number for emergency purposes:
Please Call you telephone Company and ask them to change your Service Address and 911 Designator