Indiana, PA - Indiana County

Brush Valley Township



Settled: 1780

Land area: 41.5 square miles

Population (2010 census): 1,858

Elevation: 1,562 feet

Namesake: Brush Creek

Supervisors: Michele Papakie; Sam Kerr, vice chairman, David Overdorff, chairman

Road Master: Scott Overdorff

Secretary: Robin Brilhart

Treasurer: Michele Papakie

Meetings: First Monday at 7 p.m. in the Brush Valley fire hall, except in September

Office: 5869 Route 56 Hwy., P.O. Box 21, Brush Valley, (724) 479-3358

Budget: $340,715

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

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

Did you know?  There were 10 schools in the township in 1913?

Did you know?  Brush Valley Township was originally a village known as Mechanicsburg?