Fast Facts about Butler County, Pennsylvania
Population: 187,888 as of 2018
Largest City: Butler
Founded: March 12, 1800
Official Website: www.co.butler.pa.us
About Butler County, Pennsylvania
Beaver County is a part of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. Perhaps best known nationally as the set of many northeast Pennsylvania films, Butler County was the backdrop of Night of the Living Dead (1968), I Am Number Four (2011), The Avengers (2012) and many other films. Locals enjoy the fame of past residents with notable inventions such as the “wire rope” that inspired John Roebling, designer of the Brooklyn Bridge, and famous brands such as Jeep. This Pennsylvania county is also home to two state parks including Jennings Environmental Education Center and Moraine State Park.
Title Insurance & Settlement Solutions in Butler County, Pennsylvania
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