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Act Locally

Another way to actively engage in the history of Western PA is to MAKE history ourselves.  The following are a list of local initiatives that really need your time, money, and support to make our community the best it can be.  Actions as small as tweeting their websites, sharing an article with a friend, or joining a community facebook group can have an impact. Our town pioneers and founders have passed the torch to us, and it's now up to us to honor their memories by moving Coraopolis forward into a brighter future. 

Act Locally: Get involved

Another way to actively engage in the history of Western PA is to MAKE history ourselves.  Are you on Facebook?  The Coraopolis Review is a great resource for keeping up with what's happening in our area and how you can help.  The following are a list of local initiatives that really need your time, money, and support to make our community the best it can be.  Actions as small as tweeting their websites, sharing an article with a friend, or joining a community facebook group can have an impact. Our town pioneers and founders have passed the torch to us, and it's now up to us to honor their memories by moving Coraopolis forward into a brighter future. 

coraopolis Station project

montour trail

coraopolis community development

montour run watershed association

west hills meals on wheels

ohio river trail council

coraopolis shade tree commission

ohio river brownfields planning project

Allegheny County Sports and Athletic Complex at Montour Junction

rails-to-trails conservancy

allegheny together, business development program

hollow oak land trust