The next Juniata County Commissioners’ meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Conference Room located in the Bousum Building, 26 N. Main St., Mifflintown, PA.
Drug Drop Box Program
The Probation and Parole Department would like to announce a new service to the community, 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.
For your information the 2015 General Election Results have been posted.
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.