Public Safety in Conway

Public Safety and response to emergency situations in the Borough of Conway is provided by the Conway Police Department, the Conway Volunteer Fire Department, and long-range emergency preparedness is developed by the Emergency Management Coordinator.

For an Emergency Dial "9-1-1"

REMEMBER- Cal 9-1-1 only for life-threatening or medical emergencies, crimes in progress, or fires. 

For additional information and non-Emergency contact information please see the Police, Fire, and Emergency Management website pages.

When calling 9-1-1 in an Emergency:

  • Stay Calm
  • Speak Loud and Clear
  • Give your full name, address and phone number
  • Explain where you are and where the problem is
  • Follow all of the operator's instructions carefully
  • Remain on the line until the operator tells you to hang up.

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Pittsburgh Poison Control Center

  • (412) 681-6669
  • All medications and toxic substances should be locked away and out of the reach of children.

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Misc. Information 

District Justice                               Judge Edward E. Howe
                                                                    559 Third Avenue
                                                                    Freedom, PA 15042
                                                                    (724) 774-0840

Health Officer                                John Fruehstorfer
                                                                    127 Deshon Court 
                                                                    Butler, PA 16001 

                                                                    (724) 285-1337

Dog Officer / Animal Control          n/a

Pets and Licenses

Dog Licenses can be obtained from the Beaver County Treasurer's Office at the Beaver County Courthouse, 800 3rd Street, Beaver, PA.   (724) 728-5700  (Ext. 11226)

The Borough of Conway requires that all dogs must be kept on a leash or within a fenced-in yard while outside - this includes while in the Borough parks.  While walking your pet, it is your responsibility to clean up all droppings. Cats are prohibited to "run at large" in the Borough. 

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