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County encourages online and phone transactions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19

PIKE COUNTY — In a continuing effort to protect our community during the current spike in COVID-19 cases, the public is encouraged to conduct transactions and business with county offices either online or by telephone where possible to limit on-site traffic within county facilities including:

  • Administration Building, 506 Broad Street, in Milford;

  • Area Agency on Aging, 150 Pike County Boulevard, in Hawley;

  • Conservation District, 556 Route 402, in Blooming Grove;

  • Community Planning and Workforce Development Offices, 837 Route 6, in Shohola;

  • Training Center,135 Pike County Boulevard, in Lords Valley, PA

Visit www.pikepa.org/online for a list of county services available online. For essential business that must be conducted on-site, it is advisable to call the specific department or office in advance. Visit www.pikepa.org/offices for contact information.


Masks covering the mouth and nose must be worn within county offices and common areas, and social distance should be maintained.

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