Indiana, PA - Indiana County

Blacklick Township

Information

 

Settled: 1790
 

Land area: 27.3 square miles
 

Population (2010 census): 1,237

Elevation: 1,083 feet

Namesake: Blacklick Creek

Supervisors: Timothy N. Stewart, chairman; Terence R. Stiles, vice chairman; Robert C. McCrea, road master

Secretary: Ruth I. Smith

Solicitor: Ronald J. Saffron, Blairsville

Meetings: First Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the community building, 132 Hill Road

Office: 300 Muddy Run Road, Blairsville (724) 459-9138

Budget: $329,490

State representation: Rep. Dave Reed, R; Sen. Don White, R

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

 

Did you know?   Blacklick Township houses one of the first roads ever to be laid out in Indiana County? (Grey’s Run
Road)