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Beaver County: Where Business Comes to Flourish.

Whether you’re a small, family-owned business looking to grow, or a big business in search of a place to expand, the Beaver County Partnership for Community and Economic Development is your go-to source for exploring the countless opportunities available in Beaver County. Our unique partnership of government and economic development agencies – the first in Southwestern Pennsylvania – is singularly focused on stimulating growth and development throughout Beaver County. Put the power of our Partnership to work for you. Let’s succeed together.
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Beaver County’s location and proximity to major transportation corridors puts you within 500 miles of major markets. In fact, 63 percent of the national industrial output is within one-day’s drive. You’ll find 48 percent of the nation’s businesses have a presence close to Beaver County.
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Colleges and universities are located in our region. Together, these groups graduate a ready, well-qualified workforce. More than 36,000 graduates annually. Quality of life and affordable housing make Beaver County an ideal place to locate, build and grow your business.

LOCATE

icons_01 Beaver County’s location in Southwestern Pennsylvania is part of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area, often cited as one of America’s “Most Livable” cities. The I-376 Corridor bisects Beaver County, providing easy access to Pittsburgh’s major sports and cultural events. And our pleasant neighborhoods offer bucolic surroundings with great schools, parks and recreation nearby.

BUILD

icons_03 With a total land area of 434 square miles, Beaver County offers sites suitable for regional headquarters, manufacturing and warehousing and distribution operations. The County’s legacy as a major steel manufacturing center has provided us with multiple site locations adjacent to waterways and rail lines. Many of these older brownfield sites have been redeveloped with new infrastructure and are ready for immediate development. We also have manufacturing and distribution properties available for immediate occupancy.

GROW

icons_05 From the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to County and local government officials, we’re focused on your success. We view business as a vital part of our communities and will work with you along the way to assist in zoning, planning, permitting and workforce development needs. The Partnership is just that – your partner in progress.

NEWS

Oct 11 18

United Way Day of Caring

United Way Day of Caring

   

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Aug 30 18

BCRC Work-Based Learning Experience Program

BCRC Work-Based Learning Experience Program

The Work-Based Learning Experience (WBLE) program went into effect with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) in January 2016.  This program offers a student 90 hours of work experience in the community.  It is to be utilized primarily for students with disabilities ages 16-21 who are enrolled in high school or college, and are […]

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Aug 20 18

Faith Restorations Inc.

Faith Restorations Inc.

David Brailey, Executive Director Janet Chalmers, President Candice McMunn, Vice President The crowds gather every Tuesday evening from 6 pm to 8 pm and Thursday from 11 am to 1 pm, many arrive over 1 hour early. People driving by wonder what is going on. The parking lot is full of cars, some people take […]

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Jun 5 18

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Beaver County

  Big Brothers Big Sisters is the premier one-to-one mentoring program in Beaver County.  Through Big Brothers Big Sisters, adults are paired with children desiring a one-to-one relationship.  Studies have demonstrated that when children and teens have the influence of a caring adult, they are more likely to avoid risky behaviors and to focus on […]

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Jun 5 18

A Special Day for Caring

A Special Day for Caring

The Annual Day of Caring coordinated by the United Way of Beaver County is a community event that highlights the kinds of work that goes on all over our county for the remaining 364 days of the year. Each year well over 100 volunteers provide love and labor throughout Beaver County. Dozens of non-profits provide […]

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