Hickory Park was a small building constructed about 1920 as an “oil station.” It had a gas pump and sold gasoline, oil, and automobile tires.


Voting and Polling Places

Montgomery County Announces Five Secure Ballot Drop-Off Box Location for June 2 Primary Election

Montgomery County officials announced that five secure ballot drop-off boxes have been installed throughout the County to help voters meet the deadline for the June 2 Primary Election. Completed mail-in ballots and absentee ballots may be dropped off starting Saturday, May 23, and must be placed in the drop-off boxes by 8 p.m. on Election Day, June 2.

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2020 Primary Election SEcure Ballot Box Drop-Off Locations

Voters May Apply for Mail-in Ballot; Steps Taken to Protect In-Person Voting

Voters that wish to vote by mail in the June 2 primary must request to do so by 5 p.m. on May 26. Voters may apply online for a mail-in or absentee ballot at Ballots must be returned by 8 p.m. on June 2. 

In-person voting at polling places will remain open; however, counties may consolidate polling locations due to the COVID-19 emergency. Check for county announcements noting the possible relocation of polling places or check the Department of State’s Polling Place Locator.

Montgomery County's Voter Services Office is responsible for the election process in the county.  We've provided a summary of the department and link to their website for more information below.  

Voter Services maintains and updates the voter registration records of Montgomery County which currently number over 540,000 eligible voters. This includes tracking relevant information changes of individual voters by coordinating efforts with the United States Postal Service, PennDOT, the Pennsylvania Department of State, and other counties in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In addition, the Voter Services Office, under the County's Board of Elections, manages elections, establishes polling sites, prints ballots, programs voting machines, processes absentee ballots and maintains candidates' filings of campaign expense reports. 
  • New Hanover 1 - St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1809 Hoffmansville Road, Sassamansville
  • New Hanover 2 - New Hanover United Methodist Church-North Campus (former YMCA bldg.)
  • New Hanover 3 - New Hanover Volunteer Fire & Rescue Station, 2154 Swamp Pike, Gilbertsville