Treatment Court

The Armstrong County Veterans Treatment Court

The Armstrong County Veterans Treatment Court is a specialized treatment court designed to provide an alternative program for Armstrong County’s veterans facing criminal charges, many of whom are dealing with mental health and addiction issues. (Click image for more information.)


Belmont Complex

For over 50 years, the Belmont Complex has been a recreational facility that draws over 40,000 residents and visitors alike to the arena, pool and banquet facilities yearly.

Conservation Dist.

Conservation District

The Armstrong Conservation District works to restore degraded watersheds, promote sustainable farms, healthy forests, and growing vibrant and sustainable communities. The District will work with many private and public partners for the betterment of our natural resources and the citizens of Armstrong County. The District provides technical, administrative, and financial support through many programs such as the dirt, gravel, low volume roads program; the agricultural lands preservation program; the erosion and sediment pollution control program; the watershed protection and restoration program; and many other outreach efforts of the District

Economic Develop.

Economic Development

The Armstrong County Department of Economic Development provides staff to the Armstrong County Industrial Development Council (IDC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit economic development corporation.  By providing tools such as financing, site selection, workforce development assistance and more, the IDC's goals are to improve Armstrong County’s business environment through retention and expansion of existing businesses and attraction of new investment. Click here for more Information.



The Armstrong County Jail, which opened in August of 2003, has a capacity of 158 inmates. The facility grants a safe environment to the Armstrong County community by providing the care and control of the jail's residents.

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About the Courthouse



Armstrong County, centrally located in the rolling (gentle) hills of Western Pennsylvania and divided north to south by the picturesque Allegheny River, is a region where early American history shakes hands with a promising future. Delaware Indians first established their principle town of Kit-Han-Ne in the 1730s at present day Kittanning, the county seat. During the French and Indian War (1754-1763), colonial troops under Lieutenant Colonel John Armstrong destroyed the village in reprisal for Indian raids east of the Allegheny Mountains. In his honor the county was named “Armstrong” when it was incorporated in 1800. The Allegheny River, first named “La Belle” River by French explorers in the 1680s, has served as Armstrong County’s “highway” to the outside world, especially metropolitan Pittsburgh 40 miles to the south. The river and its tributaries have served more than 300 years of recorded commerce from French and English traders to an occasional barge load of coal seen today heading to factories and power stations downriver. Armstrong County boasts many natural resources including of coal, timber, oil, and natural gas. Situated in the heart of the Eastern Marcellus Shale field, the county is experiencing a boom in natural gas production. Additionally, the county is stepping into the 21st century in the high-tech industry. Armstrong County is home to an emerging electro-optic field of science and technology, developing products for the Department of Defense and U.S. industry.

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450 Market Street
Kittanning, Pa 16201
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