March 20, 2020


Due to the global pandemic, COVID-19, this page as been created to establish communication between the public and borough officials and administration.

Ford City Public Council Meeting

Meetings will be held regularly again at the LA Club located along 3rd Ave in Ford City, PA. Start time is 6:30pm. Public must wear a mask and social distance were possible.

Ford City Borough officials strive to keep public informed of actions during COVID-19

The Ford City Municipal Building  is now open. Please wear a mask and follow social distance guidelines. he police department is working on installing an intercom system and another water drop off box has been installed inside the main hall way. All our encouraged to drop off water bills in the water boxes.

Police services remain unaffected during this time.  Please call (724) 763-9024 during normal office hours (7 AM to 4 PM) to report any emergency, and 911 after hours.

We will be posting information on the Ford City Borough FaceBook page and website, the borough building kiosk, as well as at various locations in town.

Thank you for your cooperation during this time.  We are all navigating uncharted territories, taking it one day at a time.

Ford City Borough Council and Mayor

Business Assistance Grants/Loans CARES Act

 Ford City Borough wants our businesses to be aware of the federal stimulus
package (CARES Act) which includes loans for small businesses that can be used to
assist businesses through this time with rent, utilities, payroll and other expenses.

All small businesses in our community is encouraged to contact the Small Business Administration or their lender to determine if the loans might be right for their business at this
time. Furthermore, the Armstrong County Department of Economic Development is available to you for any questions. 

Paycheck Protection Program FAQs for Small Businesses FINAL

EIDL Guidelines

CARES Guidelines

Armstrong County Moves to “GREEN” Phase June 5, 2020

The green phase eases most restrictions by lifting the stay at home and business closure orders to allow the economy to strategically reopen while continuing to prioritize public health. While this phase will facilitate a return to a “new normal,” it will be equally important to continue to monitor public health indicators and adjust orders and restrictions as necessary to ensure the spread of disease remains at a minimum.

Information released by Gov Tom Wolf,

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