INFORMATION ABOUT Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District

PA-12 Stretches across six counties

Starting at the Ohio border, Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District includes six Counties, (1) all of Beaver County and parts of (2) Lawrence, (3)Allegheny , (4) Westmoreland, (5) Cambria and (6) Somerset, Counties.

                 1. All of Beaver County

                 2. Parts of Allegheny County consisting of:

The townships of:

Aleppo,

Fawn,

Frazer,

Hampton,

Harrison Wards 01 (Divisions 02 and 03), 03, 04 and 05 (Division 02),

Indiana,

Kilbuck,

Marshall,

McCandless,

O'Hara,

Ohio,

Pine,

Reserve,

Richland,

Ross,

Shaler and

West Deer

The boroughs of:

Aspinwall,

Bell Acres,

Bradford Woods,

Fox Chapel,

Franklin Park,

Glen Osborne,

Haysville,

Monroeville Wards 03 (Divisions 01 and 04)and 04 (Division 03),

Plum,

Sewickley,

Sewickley Heights,

Sewickley Hills and

West View;

Unincorporated places:

Allison Park,

Bairdford,

Bakerstown,

Curtisville,

Gibsonia,

Glenshaw,

Russelton

1. Parts of Cambria County consisting of:

The city of:

Johnstown and

The townships of:

Adams,

Barr Districts

North and South all blocks except 3001 and 3002 of tract 011800,

Blacklick,

Cambria,

Conemaugh,

Croyle,

East Carroll District South,

East Taylor,

Jackson,

Lower Yoder,

Middle Taylor,

Northern Cambria Ward 03 only block 3026 of tract 011800,

Portage,

Richland,

Stonycreek,

Summerhill,

Upper Yoder,

Washington and

West Taylor and

The boroughs of:

Brownstown,

Carrolltown,

Cassandra,

Daisytown,

Dale,

East Conemaugh,

Ebensburg,

Ehrenfeld,

Ferndale,

Franklin,

Geistown,

Lilly,

Lorain,

Nanty Glo,

Portage,

Scalp Level,

South Fork,

Southmont,

Summerhill,

Vintondale,

Westmont and

Wilmore;

Unincorporated places:

Beaverdale,

Belmont,

Bradenville,

Colver,

Dunlo,

Elim,

Mundys Corner,

Oakland,

Revloc,

Riverside,

Salix,

Sidman,

Springhill,

St. Michael,

University of Pittsburgh Johnstown,

Vinco

2. Part of Lawrence County consisting of

The townships of:

Little Beaver,

Perry and

Wayne and

The boroughs of:

Ellport,

Ellwood City (Lawrence County Portion),

Enon Valley,

New Beaver and

Wampum;

Unincorporated places:

Chewton

3.  Part of Somerset County consisting of

The townships of:

Black,

Conemaugh,

Jefferson,

Jenner,

Lincoln,

Middlecreek,

Milford,

Ogle,

Paint,

Quemahoning,

Shade,

Somerset and

Upper Turkeyfoot and

The boroughs of:

Benson,

Boswell,

Casselman,

Central City,

Hooversville,

Jennerstown,

New Centerville,

Paint,

Rockwood,

Seven Springs (Somerset County Portion),

Somerset,

Stoystown,

Windber,

Unincorporated places:

Jerome,

Cairnbrook,

Davidsville,

Edie,

Friedens

4Part of Westmoreland County consisting of

The city of:

Lower Burrell and

The townships of:

Allegheny,

Bell,

Derry,

Fairfield,

Loyalhanna,

Salem,

St. Clair,

Upper Burrell and

Washington and

The boroughs of:

Avonmore,

Bolivar,

Delmont,

Derry,

East Vandergrift,

Export,

Hyde Park,

Murrysville,

New Alexandria,

New Florence,

Oklahoma,

Seward,

Vandergrift

West Leechburg

Unincorporated places:

Crabtree,

Loyalhanna,

Millwood,

Slickville

Unified School Districts:


Aliquippa,

Ambridge,

Avonworth,

Beaver, Big Beaver Falls,

Blackhawk,

Blacklick Valley,

Blairsville-Saltsburg,

Burrell,

Cambria Heights,

Central Cambria,

Central Valley,

Conemaugh Township,

Conemaugh Valley,

Deer Lakes, Derry,

Ellwood City,

Ferndale,

Forest Hills,

Fox Chapel,

Franklin,

Freedom,

Gateway,

Greater Johnstown,

Greensburg Salem,

Hampton Township,

Highlands, Hopewell,

Kiski, Leechburg,

Ligonier Valley,

Midland Borough,

Mohawk,

New Brighton,

North Allegheny,

North Hills,

North Star,

Northern Cambria,

Penn Cambria,

Pine-Richland,

Plum Borough,

Portage,

Quaker Valley,

Richland,

Riverside Beaver County,

Rochester,

Rockwood,

Shade-Central,

Shaler,

Somerset,

South Side,

Western Beaver County,

Westmont Hilltop,

Windber.

         https://www.census.gov/mycd/ Total population: 700,339(+/-7,926) Congressional District 12, Pennsylvania Source: 2015 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates Employment Status Estimate Population 16 years and over 576,504 In labor force 355,156 Civilian labor force 354,925 Employed 336,244 Unemployed 18,681 Armed Forces 231 Not in labor force 221,348 Civilian labor force 354,925 Unemployment Rate 5.3% Commuting to Work Estimate Workers 16 years and over 328,945 Car, truck, or van -- drove alone 270,260 Car, truck, or van -- carpooled 28,423 Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 5,840 Walked 6,870 Other means 2,784 Worked at home 14,768 Mean travel time to work (minutes) 25.9 Occupation Estimate Civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,244 Management, business, science, and arts occupations 138,453 Service occupations 51,582 Sales and office occupations 76,302 Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 27,476 Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 42,431 Industry Estimate Civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,244 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining 4,330 Construction 18,632 Manufacturing 38,925 Wholesale trade 9,632 Retail trade 37,490 Transportation and warehousing, and utilities 19,156 Information 4,952 Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing 25,645 Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services 34,775 Educational services, and health care and social assistance 89,420 Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services 26,112 Other services, except public administration 18,138 Public administration 9,037 Class of Worker Estimate Civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,244 Private wage and salary workers 290,280 Government workers 28,592 Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers 16,757 Unpaid family workers 615 Native of District 12: 680,399 Civilian veterans 50,701 Male: 342,412(+/-4,755) Female: 357,927 15 to 19 years: 39,936(+/-2,300) 20 to 24 years: 34,544(+/-1,984) 25 to 34 years: 80,278(+/-3,483) 35 to 44 years 78,576(+/-3,243) 45 to 54 years 101,505(+/-3,087) 55 to 59 years: 59,059(+/-3,276) 60 to 64 years: 52,374(+/-2,884) 65 to 74 years: 72,902(+/-2,858) 75 to 84 years: 43,004(+/-2,270) 85 years and over: 22,535(+/-1,950) Median age (years) 45.1

         https://www.census.gov/mycd/

Total population: 700,339(+/-7,926)

Congressional District 12, Pennsylvania

Source: 2015 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates

Employment Status Estimate

Population 16 years and over 576,504

In labor force 355,156

Civilian labor force 354,925

Employed 336,244

Unemployed 18,681

Armed Forces 231

Not in labor force 221,348

Civilian labor force 354,925

Unemployment Rate 5.3%

Commuting to Work Estimate

Workers 16 years and over 328,945

Car, truck, or van -- drove alone 270,260

Car, truck, or van -- carpooled 28,423

Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 5,840

Walked 6,870

Other means 2,784

Worked at home 14,768

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 25.9

Occupation Estimate

Civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,244

Management, business, science, and arts occupations 138,453

Service occupations 51,582

Sales and office occupations 76,302

Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 27,476

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 42,431

Industry Estimate

Civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,244

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining 4,330

Construction 18,632

Manufacturing 38,925

Wholesale trade 9,632

Retail trade 37,490

Transportation and warehousing, and utilities 19,156

Information 4,952

Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing 25,645

Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services 34,775

Educational services, and health care and social assistance 89,420

Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services 26,112

Other services, except public administration 18,138

Public administration 9,037

Class of Worker Estimate

Civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,244

Private wage and salary workers 290,280

Government workers 28,592

Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers 16,757

Unpaid family workers 615

Native of District 12: 680,399

Civilian veterans 50,701

Male: 342,412(+/-4,755)

Female: 357,927

15 to 19 years: 39,936(+/-2,300)

20 to 24 years: 34,544(+/-1,984)

25 to 34 years: 80,278(+/-3,483)

35 to 44 years 78,576(+/-3,243)

45 to 54 years 101,505(+/-3,087)

55 to 59 years: 59,059(+/-3,276)

60 to 64 years: 52,374(+/-2,884)

65 to 74 years: 72,902(+/-2,858)

75 to 84 years: 43,004(+/-2,270)

85 years and over: 22,535(+/-1,950)

Median age (years) 45.1