1. Community Development

    Cumberland County is a direct recipient of federal funds for community development.

  2. District Attorney

    The District Attorney's Office handles prosecution within Cumberland County.

  3. Emergency Management Agency

    Emergency Management Agency

  4. Executive

    The Executive Office implements County Board policies, represents the interests of the county with other governmental agencies and groups, and provides leadership to the other departments.

  5. Facilities

    The Facilities Department is responsible for the physical operations of county buildings.

  6. Finance & Treasurer Office

    The Finance & Treasurer Office administers to the financial needs of the county.

  7. Human Resources

    Obtain information about job opportunities and employment benefits offered by the Cumberland County government.

  8. Information Technology

    This department provides for all of the county’s information technology needs.

  9. Probate Court

    Probate court is a specialized court that deals with matters of probate and the administration of estates.

  10. Regional Assessing

    This office is responsible for assessing property with the municipalities that have contracted with Cumberland County.

  11. Regional Communications Center

    The Regional Communications Center is a public safety emergency communications center.

  12. Registry of Deeds

    The Registry of Deeds is the county office which serves the public by recording all documents related to the ownership of real estate such as mortgages, contracts, deeds, lien, and mapping plans.

  13. Sheriff's Office

    Find out about the Sheriff's Department and the services they provide to the community.

  14. Violence Intervention Partnership

    Since 1998, Cumberland County Government’s Violence Intervention Partnership (VIP) has coordinated our community response to domestic violence.