Indiana, PA - Indiana County

North Mahoning Township



Settled: 1803

Land area: 28.3 square miles

Population: (2010 census): 1,428

Elevation: 1,355 feet

Namesake: Its position after Mahoning Township was divided into four municipalities.

Supervisors: Robert Rising, chairman; Brian Wilson, road foreman; Robert Martin, vice chairman

Secretary and Treasurer: Joan E. Diem

Solicitor: Treasurer Wayne Kablack

Meetings: Second Thursday at 6 p.m. at the township building unless otherwise advertised

Office: 673 Mottorn Road, Rochester Mills, 15771 (724) 286-9700

Budget: $285,000

State representation: Rep. Sam Smith, R; Sen. Don White, R

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

Did you know that?  unlike many other parts of the county, North Mahoning Township was never known for an
abundance of coal?