Welcome to Beaver County

 

  • BCOA COVID-19 Task Force
    The Beaver County Office on Aging (BCOA) has developed a dedicated task force
    in response to the rapid spread of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
    Please click HERE for more information.

     

  • Governor Wolf issues stay at home order for Beaver County

    As our National, State and Local Governments continue to do everything in our power to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19, today Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine revised their "Stay at Home" orders to include Beaver County. The order takes effect 8:00pm Saturday, March 28, 2020 through April 6th, 2020.     

     

    Click HERE to read the Beaver County Commissioner's press release.

    Click HERE to read the Governor's Stay at Home Guidance Document.

     

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Press Release - 03/17/2020

    For the safety of employees and citizens of Beaver County, the Board of Commissioners in conjunction with the President Judge are restricting access to the Courthouse and other County offices, effective the start of business of March 18, 2020 through at least March 31, 2020.      

    Click HERE for more information and office list.

  • 2020 US Census

    The Beaver County board of Commissioners has tasked the Beaver County Planning Commission Office of Planning and Redevelopment (OPR) to spearhead the 2020 Census effort here in Beaver County.  

  • Office on Aging - PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

    The Beaver County Office on Aging is developing its Four Year Plan 2020-2024 which is used as a management tool to guide with decisions regarding the budget, staffing, services and programs for older adults in our county.To develop the plan, we need your input and opinions.Please fill out the Beaver County Office on Aging Needs Assessment Survey for Older Adults by clicking this link.  

  • Assessment / Tax Claim: Property & Tax Claim Search

    Assessment information data is provided by the Assessment Office. Information contained on this Website reflects property record data as of the immediate preceding revision as authorized by the Board of Assessment Revision. Search Now >

  • ​GIS Online Search

    GIS (Geographic Information Systems) is provided by Beaver County to view parcel information. There is also an order form to request data.

  • ​Recorder of Deeds: Online Search

    Search Beaver County Recorder's Office for Deeds from 1957 to present. The Beaver County Recorder of Deeds, or representatives, make no warranties or representations, expressed or implied, concerning the accuracy of any information in the Beaver County Internet Access web site. Search Now >

  • OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

    Beaver County is seeking a tenant to rent office space on the 1st Floor of the HS Building, 1030 8th Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa 15010.  The space is roughly 1600 square feet and 5 rooms.  Rent is $2,000/month and includes water, sewer, electric, garbage, and gas utilities.  Call 724-770-4471 or click HERE for more info.

     

  • Pay County Property Taxes Online

    ​The Treasurer's Office now offers an online service to "Pay County Property Taxes", click below to make an online payment:

    Make Property Tax Payment Online

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    Covered bridge in Brush Creek Park

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    Raccoon Creek State Park

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    Beaver Historical Train Station

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    Happy Days Car Cruise in Beaver

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    CSX Train Bridge over Ohio River

 

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 ​Beaver County Deaths Related to Drug Overdoses

 
The Beaver County Coroner’s Office and the Beaver County Behavioral Health SCA have teamed up with the Allegheny Medical Examiner’s office and the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy to bring residents of Beaver County the following website: www.overdosefreepa.pitt.edu. Funded by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD), the website is based at the pharmacy school’s Program Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU).

This site will give you all the data of Beaver County deaths from 2012 to 2015 related to drug overdoses. 2016 data will be posted soon and will be updated twice a month.
 

 About Beaver County

 

Beaver County is located in the southwest part of the state of Pennsylvania. Bordering Lawrence County on the north, Butler County on the east, Allegheny County on the southeast, Washington County on the south, and the states of Ohio and West Virginia on the west. Beaver County was carved out of Washington and Allegheny Counties in 1800. In the mid 1800's, a portion of north Beaver County was incorporated to form part of what is now Lawrence County.

​From a lifestyle perspective much of the county is made up of single family homes situated on spacious lots with many river communities being transformed into pedestrian friendly environments of small friendly, home style communities. The County’s Motto, “Divided by its Rivers, United by its People” truly reflects the County’s heritage of a good place to live, work and play. We hope that you and your family will take advantage of this site to find the information you need regarding Beaver County. Read More...

PA 2-1-1 Southwest Connects Callers to Human Services Resources

Southwestern Pennsylvania residents in need of human services can now dial 2-1-1, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and reach a trained Resource Navigator who can connect them with human services resources in their community.

PA 2-1-1 Southwest, is currently available in Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, Fayette, Indiana, Mercer, Washington and Westmoreland counties. Further expansion will take PA 2-1-1 Southwest into Beaver, Greene and Lawrence counties in the near future.

Learn More | PA211sw.org

Act 164 of 2014 - Changes to Tax Collector Procedures

House Bill 1590 was signed into law by Governor Corbett on October 2, 2014. It amends the Local Tax Collection Law to require all tax collectors to complete the Department of Community and Economic Development training and certification program, which is currently voluntary, before taking the oath of office.

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Beaver County Chamber of Commerce

A New Commitment... A New Attitude... A New Day. Our mission is to prepare, develop, and promote the community for economic growth.

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