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.
Pittsburgh Poison Control Center
- (412) 681-6669
- All medications and toxic substances should be locked away and out of the reach of children.
Prescription Drug Drop-Off Boxes
The Beaver County District Attorney's Office encourages residents to remove unneeded medications from their homes. This reduces access to addictive medications for accidental misuse or criminal abuse. The drop-off boxes provide an environmentally safe alternative to disposing the medications in landfills and sewer systems. DO NOT deposit syringes or liquids in the box. Boxes can be found in the locations in this link.
District Justice Judge Edward E. Howe
559 Third Avenue
Freedom, PA 15042
Health Officer Nicholas Sheleheda
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.