Lawrence County Commissioners
The Lawrence County Board of Commissioners meets at noon weekly each Tuesday of the month in the Meeting Room on the first floor of the Lawrence County Government Center, located at 430 Court Street. Take note that some monthly meetings are held at noon at other locations. These meetings are open to the public. If you would like to view a draft of the agenda, you can do so by selecting it from the drop down bar on the right.
Meet Our County Commissioners
Thank you for visiting our website! If you are a Lawrence County resident and have a question or concern relative to county government, please email me or phone me at 724-656-2163. If you reside outside the county, please feel free to contact me as well. I will be happy to talk with you about Lawrence County’s many positive attributes!
Lawrence County Commissioner
Lawrence County is a great place to live, work and recreate. Our citizens are caring people with strong family values, compassion for the less fortunate, and a tremendous work ethic. Our location in West Central Pennsylvania is ideal for reaching markets all over the eastern seaboard and the Midwest. The business climate here is exceptional with shovel ready sites on the market, and more on the way. The labor force is trained and motivated The Commissioners Office stands ready to assist you in any way possible. If I can help please email me.
It has been two years since I was elected as one of your Commissioners. A good portion of that time was a learning process. My reason for running for Commissioner was to try to improve the central business districts of Lawrence County. I am on the board of “New Visions of Lawrence County” and that has given me an ability to push their agenda. They are, and will be, an essential link to help revitalize the business districts. The Commissioners have recently passed a resolution that will lower taxes over a five-year period. This will help property owners and businesses that want to expand or come to Lawrence County as a new business to ease the tax burden. The Commissioners are hoping that the Boroughs, Townships and the City of New Castle will adopt the same tax abatement plan.