Welcome to Titusville City Hall Offices! Titusville City Hall was originally constructed as a private residence c. 1865. Soon after its construction, the building was sold and then transformed into a hotel. Known as the “Bush House”, it became a landmark to an area in the heart of the oil region. Until 1872, the structure served as a center of social life for the city and the region. With the need of local governing authorities, the Bush House was acquired by the city and became Titusville City Hall. It has continued to serve in this capacity for over 140 years.
Titusville, a third class City under Pennsylvania classifications, is located in the southeast corner of Crawford County near where the county borders with Warren and Venango Counties, Titusville, Pennsylvania, serves as the hub of activity for the tri-county region encompassed by the Titusville Area School District.
Titusville Pennsylvania is a quiet, safe community with a quality education system, a reputable hospital, a general aviation airport, a community recreation complex, a branch of the University of Pittsburgh, and an excellent library. Titusville Area Leisure Services Commission proudly boasts over 285 acres of recreational property which includes a large outdoor pool complete with a figure eight slide, 6 parks, 15 ball fields, 8 soccer fields, 3 sand volleyball courts, a 400 meter community track, a BMX race track, skate park, tennis courts, walking trails, and bike trails. There are also a variety of picnic shelters and pavilions available to rent. Thanks to our active Shade Tree Commission, Titusville, has been named a “Tree City, USA” by the National Arbor Day Foundation for 25 consecutive years, so you can enjoy thousands of trees all over the City in any season.
Titusville is also home to Drake Well Museum & Park which offers visitors a look into Titusville history as the “Birthplace of the Oil Industry”. A visit to the Museum includes a working replica of the original Drake’s Well. In Titusville, you can also schedule a ride on the Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad where you can travel back in time through the Pennsylvania Oil Country and enjoy the scenery along Oil Creek while listening to tales of the oil boom that once swept the valley and marked the beginning of the world’s oil industry.
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The City of Titusville is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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