Police Department

The Ellwood City Police Department is directed by the Chief with a Lieutenant and nine full-time Patrolmen. The Police Department’s mission is to protect and serve thereby enhancing the quality of life and providing a safe community environment.

Telephone: 911 Emergency/Immediate Response
Non-emergency matters: (724) 758-7564

Fire Department

Fire and Rescue service is provided by the Chief and 40 volunteer firefighters. The fire station is manned by one firefighter around the clock with volunteer support for immediate response to all alarms. The department has two engines and a ladder truck, in addition to a fully equipped rescue utility vehicle. The department is involved in a weekly training session and is an active participant in an area mutual aid system.

Telephone: 911 Emergency/Immediate Response
Fire: (724) 752-1566
Non-emergency: (724) 758-8149

Ellwood City Hospital

The Ellwood City Hospital has been a part of the Ellwood City community since 1913 when a 10-bed hospital operated by one doctor opened in a private home on Crescent Avenue.

Today, our Hospital has progressed to a modern complex with a newly expanded emergency room, a 46-bed medical surgical unit, a 6-bed intensive coronary care unit, an 8-bed maternity unit, a 10-bed geriatric psychiatry unit, and a 25-bed skilled nursing unit – as well as a variety of diagnostic and surgical services.

The hospitals general visiting hours for those over the age of 14 are from Noon to 8:30 p.m., ICCU Visitation is 10 minutes of each hour for immediate family members only, and maternity visitation is from 1 to 8:30 p.m.

Telephone: 911 Emergency/Immediate Response
Non-emergency matters: (724) 752-0081


Borough of Ellwood City, 525 Lawrence Avenue, Ellwood City, PA 16117  (724) 758-7777
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