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Commissioners
(From Left to Right)

Michael T. Clark, Solicitor 
Michael Baker, Commissioner
Rodney D. Ruddock, Chairman Commissioner
Patricia A. Evanko, Commissioner   

Robin Maryai, Chief Clerk


825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA 15701


Indiana County Commissioners hold Public Meetings on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 10:30am in the Conference Room, located on the second floor of the Court House. The public is welcome to attend.
General activities at the meetings include the opening and awarding of bids, signing contracts and agreements, as well as adopting resolutions, ordinances and proclamations.  Please click on the link below for meeting minutes.

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 Commissioners Meeting Minutes
Right to Know Policy
County Financial Statements 
Information needed on approved contract statements above $10,000 can be obtained by contacting the Commissioners office in person or by phone.

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The Right Time - The Right Place
Businesses in Indiana County are positioned to be integral players in the technology-based revolution sweeping the global marketplace.
 

With an intricate, full-service fiber optics network branching across Indiana County, companies readily conduct business all over the world via e-commerce.

 
Complementing our technological and physical infrastructure, the Center for Economic Operations (CEO) has crafted one of the most integrated and sophisticated business assistance delivery systems in the Commonwealth. The CEO spearheads efforts to help businesses grow and expand by facilitating access to the educational, human, and financial resources they need.
 

Exceptional educational opportunities enhance our business climate. Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) is a comprehensive doctoral-granting institution offering nearly 14,000 students a modern curriculum suited to today's marketplace. IUP also provides research and services through its several colleges and centers, including direct business services through the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology.

 

Indiana County's Community College and the Technology Center provide quality instructional and occupational programs for employers, adults, and traditional students.

 
  The Right Location
Indiana County is strategically positioned with access to the vast array of resources that create an environment where businesses can flourish in a growth-oriented community.
 

Indiana County offers a variety of sites where businesses can achieve their growth in an atmosphere of new ideas, entrepreneurial innovation, market accessibility, favorable financing, quality amenities nearby, and much more. Building sites are available or we can build to suit.

 
 Transportation Access
A network of major four-lane, U.S. and state highways crisscross Indiana County, providing for quick connections with several major highways, including I-76, I-99/220, and I-80.
Rail connections include the Conrail main line and the Class 3 R.J. Cornman Railroad.
Local air transportation is available at the recently upgraded Jimmy Stewart Airport, which accommodates executive jets. Pittsburgh International Airport is approximately 70 miles from Indiana County.
 
It's a Wonderful Life
Indiana County is rich in tradition, yet progressive in lifestyle. Charming towns and historic villages reflect our heritage, while daily living is enriched by abundant entertainment opportunities - professional theatre, jazz and orchestral concerts, chamber music, arts festivals, nationally ranked intercollegiate sports, and a wealth of outdoor activities like golfing, boating, fishing, hiking, and more
Indiana University of Pennsylvania alone provides over 250 cultural events a year.

For a change of scenery, a variety of urban entertainment and championship professional sporting events are just a short drive away in the bustling city of Pittsburgh.

 
Located amid the natural splendor of the Allegheny Mountains, Indiana County offers small town safety and ambiance combined with sophisticated amenities and business opportunities characteristic of more than urban communities. The script of the famous movie "It's A Wonderful Life" takes on new meaning in Indiana County, the childhood home of Jimmy Stewart.
 
 Call Us. Visit Us.
Come to Indiana County where business growth and personal living merge. Whether you're looking for a new site, access to physical or intellectual infrastructure, financial assistance, quality workforce, quality living or all of the above, we have the right location and the right tools to help companies be successful and life fulfilling. Come find out why we're the right choice for you.
 
A statewide, non-profit, bi-partisan association representing the commissioners, chief clerks, administrators, their equivalents in home rule counties, and solicitors of Pennsylvania's 67 counties.
 
National Association of Counties (NACO)
 
Created in 1935 for County officials to have a strong voice in the nation's capital; Ensures that the nation's 3,066 counties are heard and understood in the White House and Congress; Provides services such as legislative, research, technical, public affairs and other.
 
Call the County Commissioners (724) 465-3805 or
Byron Stauffer,
Director of Economic Development & Planning
(724) 465-3870