In 2013 Bolivar celebrated it's 150 year Anniversary.
Incorporated in 1863, the Westmoreland county borough, partially surrounded by Fairfield on the Indiana County line, was then a flourishing community. It consisted mostly of Eastern European and Scottish immigrants who came to work at the Pennsylvania Canal, located along the Conemaugh River. Later, when the canal was closed, those same people got jobs in the several brickyards that gave Bolivar the name of "brick town." The 2010 census reflected a population of 502.
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MEETINGS: FIRST THURSDAY EVERY MONTH 7:00 PM - BOROUGH BUILDING
Tom Pickup - Mayor Amy Lickenfelt - President Ron Betts - Vice President
Sue Bartow - Council Person Clark Baird - Council Person Jeffrey Miller - Solicitor
Mark Scribe - Street Commissioner Patricia Betts - Secretary / Treasurer
Wanda Clawson - Tax Collector 724-676-5545 Office Hours : Tuesdays 12 Noon - 6 PM
To pay taxes in person - 854 McKinley St Bolivar, PA 15923
By Mail: Address to Wanda Clawson - Bolivar Borough Tax Collector - PO Box 120, Bolivar PA 15923
REMEMBERING ~ YESTERDAY ~ TODAY ~ TOMORROW
622 Washington Street, P.O. Box C, Bolivar, PA 15923 ♦ Phone: 724-676-9950 ♦ Email: BoroTreas@comcast.net