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Government

State Senator Elder Vogel, Jr.

 

Our mission is to serve the constituents of the 47th District. After opening in 2009, we have assisted approximately 8,000 people annually at our office. If we are unable to help with a particular situation we get other agencies involved.

We assist, provide, refer and follow-up with each person to guarantee results. Senator Vogel holds a senior and kids event annually as well as additional free community events.

The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Please give us a call!

724/774-0444 | 488 Adams Street, Rochester, PA 15074




Municipalities

Baden Borough

 

Baden Borough is located along the Ohio River, approximately 20 miles Northwest of Pittsburgh.

Founded in 1838, Baden recently celebrated its 175th Anniversary. With a population of approximately 4,300 Baden is primarily a bedroom community where you know your neighbors and feel safe going for a walk along the friendly streets.

Within the borders of Baden's 2.3 square miles, you will find old time values that bring you close to public and private schools as well as three churches and the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Looking for a place to start a family or relax in retirement, Baden Borough is a quaint place that has local conveniences (shopping, entertainment, airport, medical services and hospitals) within a 5 to 25 minute drive.


 

724/869-3703 | 149 State Street Baden, PA 15005
 




Beaver Borough

 

Pedestrian and bike friendly, Beaver Borough is a 317-acre National Register Historic District and is noted for its top-rated schools, vibrant and convenient downtown shopping, wide tree-lined streets, well-maintained homes, and an award-winning history museum.

With eight neighborhood municipal parks and a popular 1.3 mile linear park overlooking the scenic Ohio River, this charming and historic town is truly someplace special!

 
724/773-6700 | 469 3rd Street Beaver, PA 15009
 




Borough of Ambridge

 

Settled in 1824 along the banks of the Ohio River as the third and final home of the Harmony Society, the Borough of Ambridge was incorporated in 1905, named after the American Bridge Company.

The 1.7 square mile community is home to 7,100 residents, 21 churches that represent the diverse ethnic fabric of its citizenry, four public parks, the Laughlin Memorial Public Library, countless unique specialty shops including antique stores, family owned restaurants, bed and breakfasts, a hotel, a National Historic Landmark District and Old Economy Village.

Strategically located off of PA Route 65, 51 and having its own named exits on I-79 and I-376, Ambridge is readily accessible to enjoy the many public events held throughout the year within the community. Ambridge is a community worth visiting and exploring its “proud past and bright future.”

724/266-4070 | 600 11th Street Ambridge, PA 15003
 




Borough of Conway

 

Founded in 1902, the Borough of Conway is located 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, along the Ohio River and near many retail shops, banking, dining and medical facilities.

Conway, with a population of 2,176, is a small community where you know your neighbors and feel safe strolling along our friendly streets. We have four family-friendly municipal parks for your enjoyment and you’re welcome to become a member of one of many social organizations or churches.

Residents here are protected by a dedicated Volunteer Fire Department and 24-hour police service. The community is part of the Freedom Area School District.

724/869-5550 | 1208 Third Avenue Conway, PA 15027
 




Borough of Monaca

 

Whether you are passing through or have just recently moved to Monaca, we hope that your times spent here will be pleasant.

As residents of Monaca, our children attend the recently formed Central Valley School District, comprised by the merger of the Monaca and Center school districts in 2009. The student enrollment is approximately 2,500 and our school taxes are some of the lowest in Beaver County.

Located only 25 miles northwest of Pittsburgh and with a population of approximately 6,200 residents, Monaca provides the perfect balance of a family oriented community.

724/775-9600 | 928 Pennsylvania Avenue Monaca, PA 15061
 




Borough of New Brighton 

 

Founded in 1838, New Brighton Borough is located along the East bank of the Beaver River.

The Borough offers a variety of recreation and cultural activities, featuring Big Rock Park for recreation, the New Brighton Fishing Park for fishing and the Merrick Art Gallery, a Beaver
County treasure.

An attractive business district provides an assortment of stores and services for residents as well as visitors. A friendly and safe place to dine and shop.

 

724/846-1870 | 610 Third Avenue New Brighton, PA 15066
 




Bridgewater Borough

 

Bridgewater is located on the confluence of the Ohio and Beaver Rivers.

Almost two hundred years old, the town rests on waterfront views of both the Beaver and
Ohio Rivers.

Once part of the Lake Erie and Ohio Canal, water recreation opportunities abound with marinas, numerous restaurants with river views, live entertainment and unique shops.

Arrive by car or boat. Enjoy!

 
724/774-7615 | 199 Boundary Lane Bridgewater, PA 15009
 




Brighton Township

 

Brighton Township is one of western Pennsylvania's most affluent, beautiful and serene communities that is within the Beaver Area School District, a Pittsburgh Business Times "top 10 percent regional district."

The township features immediate access to local recreation and the medical center, Pittsburgh attractions, interstate highways, an international airport and excellent shopping.

With significantly lower property taxes, the township is a safe, vibrant bedroom community in which to raise a family.

 

724/774-4800 | 1300 Brighton Road Beaver, PA 15009
 




Center Township

 

Center Township is comprised of 15 square miles, with a population of approximately 12,500 residents. The Township is located virtually at the front gate of the Pittsburgh International Airport and a half hour drive to downtown Pittsburgh via Interstate 376. Center Township maintains three regional shopping centers serving residents in a 25-50 mile radius. An additional 200 acres is currently available for development. A great place for living, business and education.

 

724/774-0271 | 224 Center Grange Road Aliquippa, PA 15001
 




Chippewa Township

 

Founded in 1816, Chippewa Township is located in the northwestern part of Beaver County, located close to the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Route 376, which is a direct route to the Pittsburgh International Airport and downtown Pittsburgh. Residents can readily take advantage of the big-city cultural opportunities while residing in a small community atmosphere. Our population has prospered from its continued growth to 7,700 residents.

Chippewa Township also boasts the Beaver County Airport, retail shops, banking, dining, medical facilities and places of worship. They recently opened a new 90-acre Nature Park with walking trails and a fishing pond, and in the Spring of 2016 we will be opening a new 120-acre recreation park sports complex. The Blackhawk School District that is known for its tradition of excellence serves the community as well. Chippewa Township has created a safe place to live and raise a family.

 

724/843-8177 | 2811 Darlington Road Beaver Falls, PA 15010
 




City of Aliquippa

 

We are a government municipality that provides public service to the community.

 


724/375-5188 | 581 Franklin Avenue Aliquippa, PA 15001
 





City of Beaver Falls

 

Beaver Falls is often called a ‘small city with a big heart’. Our early multicultural background has given rise to a melting pot of ethnic diversity that can be found in our extensive number of churches, social organizations and a friendly, welcoming community of people who will make you feel comfortable and safe.

 

724/847-2808 | 715 15th Street Beaver Falls, PA 15010
 




Homewood Borough

 

Homewood Borough is considered by many, as one of Beaver County’s best kept secrets. A quaint 1800’s era Village conveniently located a half-mile from State Route 376, State Route 18 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Named after New York City born Quaker and Entrepreneur, James Wood  who established one of the regions first iron furnaces. The community largely owes its existence to the abundant high quality sandstone, now geologically recognized as Homewood Sandstone.

Homewood Borough is home to one of the area’s beautiful park locations “The Buttermilk Falls Natural Park” and hosts the annual “Heritage Days Festival” held the first weekend in October.

 

724/971-6861 | 102 2nd Avenue Beaver Falls, PA 15010
 




Hopewell Township

 

Hopewell Township is comprised of 17.2 square miles, with a population of approximately 13,000. 
The Township is governed by a 5-member Board of Commissioners and is situated 20 miles West of Pittsburgh and two miles from the Pittsburgh International Airport.

The Township is easily accessed via I-376, where a modern 55-acre industrial park is located.  Business space is currently available for occupation and development. New residential developments are being established as well. The Township maintains a 78-acre picturesque park with a 2-acre stocked spring-fed lake. The Hopewell Area School District serves Hopewell, Independence and Raccoon Townships.

“People Working Together To Build a Better Community”.

 
724/378-1460 | 1700 Clark Boulevard Aliquippa, PA  15001
 




Township of Independence

 

The Township of Independence is a municipal government agency which provides public services including Police and Fire protection, road maintenance, recreation, agricultural protection and all other amenities of local government in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

 

724/378-3739 | 104 School Road Aliquippa, PA 15001
 




Vanport Township

 

Founded in 1804, Vanport Township is a family community that contains playgrounds, tennis courts and baseball fields. Vanport Township offers a wide variety of housing for every lifestyle and income ranging from cooperative housing developments to single family homes and apartments. Residents and their property are protected by a dedicated volunteer Fire Department and 24-hour police services.

The community is served and is within walking distance to the Beaver Area High/Middle School. Please visit our website www.vanporttwp.com.

 
724/774-6420 | 477 State Avenue Vanport, PA 15009