HomeTown Beaver, PA


  • Beaver is the county seat and is located 25 miles west of Pittsburgh at the confluence of the Beaver and Ohio Rivers
  • Population - Approximately 4500
  • In 1996 the downtown section of Beaver Borough received designation as a National Register Historic District
  • Designated a Tree City USA Community for the past 17 years
  • The Victorian charm of Beaver's central business district has been preserved through a full-scale $3 million dollar Streetscape restoration project.
  • The Victorian Clock Tower located in the center of town is a nearly exact replica of the tower that stood atop the 1877 Beaver County Courthouse that was destroyed by fire in 1932.
  • The Beaver Area Heritage Foundation provides ongoing efforts to promote the preservation of the unique character of our special community.  The Heritage Foundation oversees three major historical sites in Beaver that are a "must-see" for history lovers and as an educational experience for children.  They include:  Beaver Area Heritage Museum, Log House, and the Fort McIntosh Site.
  • Read what Pittsburgh Magazine had to say about the town of Beaver in it's September 2014 issue.
Beaver County features very high quality social, recreational, educational, cultural and historical benefits for its residents.  The amenities range from museums and riverfront dining to picturesque golf courses, lakes, and parks.
Municipalities
The Beaver Area School District is made up of the following four municipalities:  Beaver Borough, Bridgewater Borough, Brighton Township, and Vanport Township.  Click on the links below to visit their websites:
  
 
 
Community Snap Shots
Beaver Area School District | 1300 Fifth Street  Beaver, PA  15009 | Phone: 724.774.0250 | Fax: 724.774.8770
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