Indiana, PA - Indiana County

Armagh Borough

 

Settled: 1792
 

Land area: 0.1 square miles
 

Population (2010 census): 133

Elevation: 1,531 feet

Namesake: Armagh, Northern Ireland, meaning “field on a hill”

Mayor: Michael Ault, (814) 446-6080

Council members: James Brendlinger, president; Marilyn Mack; Vernice Rosenberger, vice president; Richard
Fatula; John Dunn

Secretary: Margaret Larkin

Solicitor: Michael Sahlaney, Johnstown

Meetings: First Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at S&T Bank in Armagh

Office: 1426 Stutzman Road, (814) 446-5102

Budget: $14,800

State representation: Rep. Frank Burns, D; Sen. Don White, R

Congressman: U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, R

 

Did you know? Armagh housed the first toll road in Indiana County, Frankstown Road