Welcome to Harrisville! Harrisville Borough is a small community located in northern Butler County, the center of town being located at Routes 8 and 58. Harrisville is nestled between Grove City, Slippery Rock, Barkeyville and Eau Claire, with Butler to the south and Franklin to the north. Harrisville Borough covers 4.38 square miles. With a population of 1,045, Harrisville is a small, comfortable community for its residents. Harrisville has a lot to offer to residents and visitors alike. There are many businesses along the streets of Harrisville. At the south end of town traveling north on Route 8, you will find:
|Transitions Health Care
R & M Auto
Slippery Rock University, Physician Assistant Program
The Family Tradition
|Traveling east on Route 58, you will find:
Harrisville Laundry Mat and Car Wash
|Harrisville Borough is also home to many churches including:
Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church
Harmony United Presbyterian Church
Harrisville Branch Church
Harrisville United Methodist Church
|Traveling west on Route 58, you will find:H. Robert Hovis Heating and Plumbing, Henry’s Meat Market
In addition to many businesses, Harrisville also has an American Legion .
HVFC covers 13.6 square miles consisting of the Harrisville Borough and Mercer Township. We run about 300 calls per year. Among these are QRS-Quality Response Services to medically assist with the ambulance service, Fire Calls (residential, commercial, brush, etc.), vehicle accidents and traffic control as well as providing non-emergency services (flooded basements, trees down across roadways, etc.). We also assist neighboring companies from Mercer, Venango and Butler counties when needed. Volunteer Applications can be downloaded from the HVFC webpage under “Requested Forms”.
Hall rental is also available through the HVFC. Please call (724) 735-4646 for hall rental information.
The Harrisville Police Department is located at 215 South Main Street. The Police Chief is William Scheckler. There are three additional officers on staff with the Police Department, Daniel Anschutz, David Murrman. All of our officers are employed on a part-time basis. For general information, please call (724) 735-2030. If you need immediate assistance, call 911. Harrisville Borough also receives supplemental support from the Pennsylvania State Police out of Butler, if necessary.