Government

Introduction

Curtis-CrandallGreetings from the County Chairman

Allegany County is a rich and vibrant place to enjoy and a great place. . . .

to do business. . . Allegany County is your single source to a wide variety of supporting resources that can help new, emerging and current businesses grow and succeed in today’s marketplace. Just ask General Electric, Siemens, and Arvos, to name just a few companies about the advantages of having business operations in Allegany County.

to work. . . Our three local colleges provide businesses with easy access to 7,000 students and more than 1,600 annual graduates. While offering attractive incentives to businesses and manufacturing, our goals are to manage growth and development; conserve rural and scenic areas; and protect agricultural resources.

to live. . . Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains we have a relaxed, unhurried way of life with a full menu of seasonal activities to enjoy. Housing costs in Allegany County are extremely competitive to anywhere in the nation, and with two hospitals, residents have ready access to medical care. Cost of living is 5% less than the national average.

We have many opportunities for fun and recreation and there is a very bright future here in Allegany County.

I encourage you to visit and see for yourself!

Curt Crandall, Chairman

Allegany County Boards of Legislators