Winter Storm News for March 21

  • All Mercer County Government Offices will be closed Wednesday, March 21, 2018 because of severe weather. All branches of the Mercer County Library System, the Mercer County Board of Social Services, the Mercer County Park Commission, Mercer County Clerk, Mercer County Surrogate, and the Mercer County administration building will be closed. Senior Nutrition Sites, One-Stop Career Center and County Connection will be closed.  The Mercer County Office of Emergency Management will continue to monitor the storm, and whenever possible, please stay off the roads so that county, local and state plows can clear the roads and get you back on track.
  • Mercer County Community College will be closed on Wednesday, March 21, 2018. All day and evening classes, activities and events will be cancelled. Normal operations will resume on Thursday, March 22, 2018. The College will continue to monitor weather conditions and provide necessary updates at
  • Mercer County Fire Academy & Mercer County Community College will be closed on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.


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Information and Support

Whether you are a taxpayer searching for information or an organization seeking to do business with the county, we can give you the assistance you need. Learn more about what we have to offer.

A "How To" Handbook for Mercer County Businesses
A "How To" Handbook for Mercer County Businesses (Spanish)
Business Registration for HUD-Funded Projects
Storm Safe and Sustainable Practices for Businesses

Mercer County is home to top higher education institutions, Fortune 500 companies, the state Capital and a workforce that ranks among the most highly educated in the nation. Mercer County offers its current and prospective employers an ideal location to do business because of its proximity to the New York and Philadelphia metropolitan areas and an excellent transportation infrastructure with options for commuters that fit every lifestyle.

Mercer County features businesses from a wide array of industries including education, health services, business services, leisure and hospitality and boasts of a strong workforce in the professional, scientific and technical services industries.

Mercer County’s workforce and economic development organizations work seamlessly to offer a wide range of business workshops, financial incentives for businesses and employer/employee training programs for businesses.

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