Air Liquide Advanced Technologies U.S. LLC

Urban Outfitters Fulfillment Center

People. Place. Progress.

Jimmy Stewart Airport

IUP Homecoming October 20-21, 2023

(IRMC) serving Indiana County since 1914

Indiana County Fair August 27 - September 2, 2023

4th Of July Star Spangled Celebration

Indiana County Conservation District

More than a slogan, it’s a commitment to success.  We make this commitment to each and every business in Indiana County, Pennsylvania.  From start-up to expansion, we help you access resources and information, get financing, locate properties, and build to suit.  We are the one-stop connection to the right resources from our affiliates below.

Through our collaborative network, we get businesses of all sizes on the track to success—right here.

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.

It’s easier than ever to explore business opportunity in Indiana County.  Browse our network:

For governmental assistance:   The Indiana County Commissioners
For business connections: The Indiana County Chamber of Commerce
For real estate: Indiana County Development Corporation
For local attractions and tourism marketing: The Indiana County Tourist Bureau
For consulting and training: Indiana University of Pennsylvania


There are 4 covered bridges in Indiana County
There are 11 public school districts in Indiana County
The first Indiana County Fair
There are 4 business parks in Indiana County

Windy Ridge Business & Technology Park

S&T Bank Celebrates 120 Years!

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Buttermilk Falls Natural Area. This site features an impressive 45-foot waterfall and scenic woodland. The 48-acre natural area was donated to Indiana County Parks in 1995 by the Keystone-Conemaugh Group, owners of the nearby Conemaugh Generating Station. As a natural area, the site has been set aside to protect both typical and unique plant and animal communities and to protect outstanding examples of natural beauty. Between 1931 and 1956 the property was owned by Fred McFeely, grandfather of Fred Rogers of children's television fame. McFeely, a wealthy industrialist from Latrobe, PA, utilized the property as a retreat. His estate featured a cottage, horse stables, a three-car garage, outbuildings and a swimming area in the creek above the falls. Mr. Rogers often visited the site as a child. Stone foundations and retaining walls from the estate are visible at the site.

Indiana Regional Medical Center (IRMC) 100th Anniversary

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    If you are a resident of Indiana County and are 18 years of age or over, tell us what you think about living in our county and the services provided by the numerous agencies. The survey asks about childcare, drug & alcohol services, education, emergency food, housing, and more! Go to www.32SpeaksUp.com and complete the survey for us!

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    For almost half a century, the Leader’s Circle of Indiana County has been annually recognizing outstanding individuals that have had an impact on our community through their civic and volunteer activities. Initially, two awards were presented – the ATHENA Award and the Civic Leader of the Year Award. In 1984, the Civic Leader award was changed to recognize both a male and female civic leader. In 2017, the ATHENA Young Professional Award was added. The first Civic Leader award was presented in 1979 to the late Roger Reschini, and the first Athena Award was presented in 1987 to Ellen Ruddock. The first ATHENA Young Professional Award was presented to Haley Pazder in 2017. The LCIC committee consists of community leaders, including past award recipients, who volunteer their time to recognize the good works of the people of Indiana County. Each year nominations are solicited and reviewed, and finalists are announced. Judging of nominations is done by judges who live outside of Indiana County. Awards are then presented at a dinner event in the fall.

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    The Indiana County CARES Act RLF is available to businesses who have been impacted by COVID-19. The money can provide 100% financing equal to six-months of working capital, up to $50,000. The interest rate is 0.0% fixed for the life of the loan. The borrower may request no payments for first year with the principal paid back over three years, thus a four year term. For information call the CEO at 724-465-2662.

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    Success Stories

    When craft beer was a cool new trend in the cities, we were non-trepreneurs who worked our day jobs and home-brewed as a hobby.  Then we became obsessed with the idea of opening Levity Brewing Co. in Indiana, and suddenly the list of things and knowledge we needed became enormous.  The SBDC took our energy […]

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    From elected officials to the Planning Office and in between, everybody went above and beyond to make our project happen.  It all happened pretty quickly—we came to Byron on a Friday and the very next day he had some answers for us.  Byron and the engineers carved out new boundaries to help us out when […]

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