Tourist Bureau

Tourist Bureau

The Armstrong County Tourist Bureau is a resource for anyone planning a visit to our region. Weather it be Hiking, Fishing, camping or busness related we have information for you.

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.

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



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.


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.

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Sally Conklin, Recycling Coordinator
MECALL Services, LLC
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Phone: 724-545-1148
Recycling Center Address
139 Armsdale Road
Kittanning, PA 1620
The Board of Commissioners will be taking over the operation of the Armstrong Recycling Center starting July 20, 2020.
Any Municipality interested in sponsoring a Recycling Trailer is asked to contact Sally Conklin with MECALL Services, LLC to discuss their options.  Additionally, any business looking to implement a recycling program should also contact Ms. Conklin.  Ms. Conklin can be reached at:  724-545-1148 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
The Board of Commissioners requests your patience as the Program transitions.
Please stay tuned for updated information.
The Board of Commissioners are pleased to announce that the Freeport Borough and Madison Township Recycling Trailers Sites are back in operation. The Board would like to thank Freeport Borough Council and the Madison Township Supervisors for sponsoring their trailer and helping to make the Recycling Program a success.

Please keep in mind when using the Recycling Center and Trailer Sites to only place items in the bins that are accepted by the Program. All bottles, jars and jugs should have caps removed and containers should be rinsed prior to dropping them off.
Recycling Center Hours:   Recycling Center  
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Materials Collected:  
 •  #1 & #2 Plastic Bottles and Jugs
 •  Office Paper
 •  Corrugated Cardboard
 •  Newspaper
 •  Magazines
 •  Bi-metal Cans
 •  Aluminum Cans
 •  Clear, Green & Brown Glass Bottles & Jars
Please remove caps from bottles, jugs and jars and rinse food containers before recycling.
Recycling Trailer Program:     Recycling Trailer  
Recycling Trailers are available for municipalities interested in offering recycling to their municipality.  Interested municipalities should contact MECALL Services at 724-545-1148 for more details.  
Recycling Trailer Sites:
•  Freeport Borough – 20 Lower Market Street
•  Madison Township – 107 Lawsonham Road
Illegal dumping:  
Placing materials on the ground or dropping off materials not included in the list of materials accepted is considered illegal dumping.  Not only are violators subject to fines, the required clean up results in an increase of the cost of operations of the Center and its Programs.