Formed in 2014 from the Allegheny Valley, Armstrong County and StrongLand Chambers of Commerce, the Alle Kiski Strong Chamber of Commerce serves 76 municipalities and encompasses Armstrong County, the Route 28 corridor in the Allegheny Valley, and Northern Westmoreland County. AK Strong is a business and community network that brings members together to connect, engage, impact, thrive, and lead with a focus on improvement and growth in the region.
Since 1925, ACBLA has been serving Armstrong County with quality financial services. Contact us to find out why ACBLA is Armstrong County’s preferred Mortgage Lender.
The Armstrong County Industrial Development Council (ACIDC) is a private, non-profit economic development agency that provides single-point-of-contact service for emerging or expanding business and industry. Owners of industrial parks and leasable facilities, the ACIDC works closely with government agencies and financial institutions to present prospective clients with a variety of resources necessary to facilitate expansion and relocation into any part of Armstrong County.
Downtown Kittanning Incorporated’s goal is to foster a positive local economy through community impact projects and offering their members resources to grow their business, create new jobs, and attract new homeowners to Kittanning.
The Ford City Area Business and Professional Association is a non-profit organization promoting the business community in Ford City through social and professional networking.
The Ford City Renaissance Community Partnership harnesses a true sense of community and pride through the organization of community-wide events to establish a strong community identity, showcase the community’s local businesses, and create priceless memories to showcase the community at large. The FCRCP continues to build upon these values through annual community events, including Family FunFest, Ethnic Feastival, Armstrong County Labor Day Parade, and Fantasy of Lights Celebration. This all-volunteer organization shares a true passion for working together to attract new visitors, residents, and businesses to the area.
The Freeport Renaissance Association (FRA) was officially formed in May 2005 as a 501(c)(3) by a handful of residents that saw a need to enhance and market the Freeport community. FRA’s primary focus areas are the downtown business district and Riverside Park, but volunteers have also engaged in regional revitalization efforts. They’re also responsible for hosting a few events throughout the year, including September by the River, a summer concert series, and a holiday light-up night.
The Leechburg Area Community Association (LACA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Leechburg as a retail, service, and cultural area. Membership is free and open to anyone.
The Leechburg Area Community Development Corporation (LACDC) is a group of committed volunteers who have a sincere interest in Leechburg and the surrounding communities of Gilpin, Hyde Park, Parks Township, and West Leechburg. This group wants to strengthen the area by helping it evolve and grow.