WELCOME to the Borough of Troy, Pennsylvania! Located in the Endless Mountains of Northern Pennsylvania, you will find us small in size but very friendly and full of community pride. Our beautiful tree lined streets and rustic surroundings as well as the historic look of our town make it an appealing place to live and visit. 


Troy Borough has a population of approximately 1,500 people. Our local government consists of seven elected council people, an elected mayor, and a borough manager. Troy also has a local Police Department that can be reached for emergencies or non-emergencies at 570-297-2423, in case of emergency 9-1-1 can also be dialed. The state-of-the-art Troy Community Hospital Emergency Department is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Troy Fire Department is a volunteer organization with fully trained and certified volunteers.


Troy is a thriving community with various banks, insurance offices, retail shops, beauty salons, restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, car dealers and repair shops, lawyers, dentists, doctors, accountants, bed and breakfasts, drug stores, and much more. Troy is also home to several manufacturing businesses and support companies for the energy industry. We have numerous churches of all denominations, senior citizens housing complexes, and a food bank to assist the public that are all centrally located.  Our community organizations include the Lion's Club, Rotary Club, Heritage Garden Club, Troy Chamber of Commerce, Masonic Lodge, and the Veteran's of Foreign Wars/American Legion, just to name a few.


Martha Lloyd Community Services is a home for the mentally and/or physically challenged. The school is open to both male and female clients and is a not for profit organization. Most clients are residents however, they also offer day programs for seniors, work training, and respite care.


The Troy Area School District encompasses approximately a 275 square mile region and has a public school population of approximately 1,500 students (K-12). There is a separate elementary, intermediate, and high school. The district boasts numerous team sports, music and art programs, and a marching band. Troy Trojan pride is apparent and the support behind our children of all ages is widespread throughout the community.


Alparon Park is at the junction of Routes 6 &14 on the east end of the Borough. The park offers a community swimming pool, basketball and tennis courts, baseball fields, grandstands, exhibit halls, stables, a one-half mile track, and camping facilities including RV hookups. The Farm Museum, Heritage Village and Museum, The Mitchell House, and the The Troy Rod and Gun Club are also located on the property. 


ANNUAL EVENTS


Troy Town Cruise-In

May-September

Tuesday Evenings 5pm-8pm


Endless Mountains Maple Festival

Last Weekend of April

www.maplefestivalpa.com


Memorial Day Parade

Memorial Day


Troy Fair

4th Week of July

www.troyfair.com


PA Heritage Festival

3rd Weekend in September

www.paheritagefestival.org


Troy Halloween Parade


Hometown Christmas

Saturday after Thanksgiving


We hope you enjoy our town and if you need more information, please visit:

Troy Borough www.troyborough.com

Bradford County www.visitbradfordcounty.com 

Troy Area School District www.troyareasd.org


Michelle Barrett
President, Troy Chamber of Commerce

Photo Credit: Melody Lewis, Julia Lewis, Melissa Smith, and Bill Vickery

  



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