The Borough of Ambridge was incorporated in 1905, named after the American Bridge Company.

Who We Are

Settled in 1824 along the banks of the Ohio River as the third and final home of the Harmony Society, the Borough of Ambridge was incorporated in 1905, named after the American Bridge Company.  The 1.7 square mile community is home to 7,100 residents, 21 churches that represent the diverse ethnic fabric of its citizenry, four public parks, the Laughlin Memorial Public Library, countless unique specialty shops including antique stores, family owned restaurants, bed and breakfasts, a hotel, a National Historic Landmark District and Old Economy Village- designated a Preserve America Community.   Strategically located off of PA Route 65 and having its own named exits on I-79 and I-376, Ambridge is readily accessible to enjoy the many public events held throughout the year within the community.  Ambridge is truly a community worth visiting and exploring its “proud past and bright future.”

We are since 1824

Ambridge Borough Officials

The elected and appointed officials who serve the Borough of Ambridge are a dedicated group who put serving the public above all else. They are committed to providing exceptional service to the community at all times. Should you want to speak to a Council Member, please feel free to call the Borough Office 724-266-4070 and leave your name and number and one of the staff members will forward your information to the Council Member who will return your call as soon as possible.


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Real Estate

Real Estate Transfers within the Borough of Ambridge
The Ambridge Borough Building is OPEN to the public. However, you are currently required to wear a mask covering your mouth and nose. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.

There are a few items you need to supply the Borough, Water Authority, Municipal Authority & Tax Office to obtain a “No Lien” letter OR Certification. Each Department needs a Formal request on letterhead or your Company form AND a separate envelope for each returned lien/no lien you want returned to you.