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Evans City Borough

Evans City Borough


Announcements


Parking Meters are working correctly and ticketing will start soon!
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Public Input Meeting On Cinco De Mayo
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2021 Clean Up Day
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Part-Time Help Wanted
Borough Council is looking to hire a Part-Time Public Works employee.  We w...
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Planning and Zoning Board
The borough is looking for residents to fill the Evans City Planning and Zoning ...
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Events & Activities


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* Borough Council MeetingBorough Council Meeting

Time: 7:00 pm

Regular Council Meeting

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* Public Input MeetingPublic Input Meeting

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* 2021 Clean Up Day2021 Clean Up Day

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* Agenda Setting MeetingAgenda Setting Meeting

Time: 3:45 pm

Open to the public, council discussion only. No official business will be conducted.

* EC Library Board meetingEC Library Board meeting

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Public Input Meeting On Cinco De Mayo
Have you received your postcard in the mail yet? We will have a food truck from ...
Evans City Cemetery
Driving to Evans City Cemetery Listed as one of the top 51 things to do in the P...

Settled in a valley surrounded by large hills and beautiful landscape, this quaint PA town is conveniently located just north of Pittsburgh in Butler County. Centrally located to Interstate 79, 279, 80 and Route 19, this quaint community is perfect for those who want to enjoy a little country living but remain close to work and activity options. 

Evans City Borough Founding

Evans City officially changed its name in 1968 but actually originated in 1790 when Robert Boggs acquired property to start a grist mill. He christened the property Boggs Mill. Boggs sold the property and mill to Thomas Evans in 1836. Evans built a new mill and developed plans for a village which he named Evansburg. When oil was discovered in 1915, it precipitated the growth of the little town. Although over drilling quickly depleted the oil supply, both the town and its businesses flourished. Even before Evansburg experienced such rapid growth, it had an important accoutrement, a post office. The original, built in 1837, was called Breakneck. In 1882, its name was changed to Evans City. Concurrently, Evansburg Boro was incorporated. Today, Evans City has approximately 1800 residents, most of whom share the same German heritage as the early settlers who came here. In honor of this ancestry, Evans City Chamber of Commerce has the Oktoberfest. 

Evans City Borough


204 B South Jackson Street
Evans City, PA 16033
724-538-8320 ext. 2

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