Indiana, PA - Indiana County

Armstrong Township



Settled: 1773

Land area: 37.7 square miles

Population (2010 census): 2,998

Elevation: 1,348 feet

Namesake: Col. John Armstrong, who led an offensive against the Indians in 1756

Supervisors: Glenn Carnahan, chairman; R. Rodger George, vice chairman; William G. Reeger

Secretary: Patricia George

Road Master: Gary Blystone

Solicitor: Matthew Ross, Indiana

Meetings: Second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. and the fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the municipal building

Office: 977 Parkwood Road, (724) 465-4755

Budget: $665,250

State representation: Rep. Jeff Pyle, R; Sen. Don White, R

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


Did you know?  Armstrong Township originally comprised the western half of Indiana County, south of the
purchase line


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