Upcoming Events and News

Commissioners’ Meeting

The next scheduled Commissioners’ meeting will be on Tuesday, December 16, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Conference Room located in the Bousum Building, 26 N. Main St., Mifflintown, Pennsylvania.

The December 16th agenda is available for your review. Archived copies of meeting agendas and approved meeting minutes may be found by navigating to the Commissioners’ page.


2015 Proposed Budget

The Juniata County Commissioners have arrived at a proposed budget for 2015. The 2015 Proposed Budget Summary and 2015 Proposed Budget Detail have been posted for your information. The detailed report includes actual departmental and line-item expenses going back to 2009 and the projected expenses for 2014 as well as the proposed numbers for 2015.


Election Results

For your information the 2014 General Election Results have been posted. Juniata County had a good voter turnout with a little over 50% of voters casting their ballots.


Ebola Information

Juniata County is taking every step to be proactive regarding the current Ebola situation. In an ongoing effort to keep the public informed about the outbreak, we are including the following two informational links.

CDC Question & Answer Page

PA DOH Information Website


Human Services Development Fund, FY 2014-15

The Human Services Development Fund, HSDF, is available to provide and administer county-based social services to eligible individuals. We present here the 2014-15 Juniata County Human Services final budget and service recipients for review.


Apply for a Marriage License Online

The Clerk of Orphans’ Court, who issues marriage licenses in Juniata County, is pleased to announce that application for a marriage license may now be initiated online. You’ll both still need to visit the Clerk of Orphans’ Court office to complete the application at least three business days before the marriage. Head on over to our Marriage Licenses page to review the requirements before you apply.


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.