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Tourist Bureau

Tourist Bureau

The Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is a resource for anyone planning a visit to our region. Weather it be Hiking, Fishing, camping or busness related we have information for you.

IDC

IDC

The Armstrong County Industrial Development Council (ACIDC) is a private, non-profit economic development agency that provides single-point-of-contact service for emerging or expanding business and industry. Owners of industrial parks and leasable facilities, the ACIDC works closely with government agencies and financial institutions to present prospective clients with a variety of resources necessary to facilitate expansion and relocation into any part of Armstrong County.

Conservation Dist.

Conservation District

The Armstrong Conservation District works to restore degraded watersheds, promote sustainable farms, healthy forests, and growing vibrant and sustainable communities. The District will work with many private and public partners for the betterment of our natural resources and the citizens of Armstrong County. The District provides technical, administrative, and financial support through many programs such as the dirt, gravel, low volume roads program; the agricultural lands preservation program; the erosion and sediment pollution control program; the watershed protection and restoration program; and many other outreach efforts of the District

Jail

Jail

The Armstrong County Jail, which opened in August of 2003, has a capacity of 158 inmates. The facility grants a safe environment to the Armstrong County community by providing the care and control of the jail's residents.

Belmont

Belmont Complex

For over 50 years, the Belmont Complex has been a recreational facility that draws over 40,000 residents and visitors alike to the arena, pool and banquet facilities yearly.

Right to Know

 

Download the Armstrong County Standard Right-To-Know Request Form.
 
On February 14, 2008, Governor Edward G. Rendell signed the Right –To- Know law, changing the way the public accesses information and how the government processes the requested information.  The law went into effect January 1, 2009.
 
Pursuant to this law, this website has been created to fulfill Armstrong County’s obligations to assist those seeking information.
 
Please note: some information is already accessible through public record, and a Right –To-Know request is not necessary. For complete details on what is available please contact the appropriate office before filing a Right–To–Know.  Some of the most commonly requested publically accessible information and where to find it is as follows:
 
Register & Recorders Office: Genealogy, Marriage Licenses, Property Records, Wills
 
Prothonotary / Clerk of Courts: Criminal Cases, Civil Cases, Divorces, Judgments / Liens
 
Assessment: Property Assessment, Tax Information and Maps
 
District Court matters are available through each respective Magisterial District Judge’s office.
 
Requests must be submitted in writing, preferably on a Right-To-Know request form, and may be submitted by:
 
Mailing to:   Aaron Poole, Director of Administration
                       Right to Know Officer
                       450 Market Street
                       Kittanning, PA 16201
 
Faxing:        724-548-3285
 
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In person:   Armstrong County Courthouse
                      Commissioners’ Office
                      450 Market Street
                      Kittanning, PA 16201
 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Contact Information:
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North Street, 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225
Phone: 717-346-9903

Pennsylvania Office of Open Records