Crawford County, Pennsylvania

911 Addressing


***Please note: This office serves Crawford County, Pennsylvania***

The Crawford County Addressing Office is run by the Public Safety Department. The day to day operations include assigning and verifying 911 addresses for Crawford County residents.

911 addresses are established by a grid system utilized throughout the state of Pennsylvania. They are not only used by the United States Postal Service, but by local emergency services such as police, fire, and EMS. Having a valid 911 address clearly posted at your residence is vital in locating your residence in the event of an emergency. Just because mail is not recieved there, does not mean a valid 911 address is not required. The address must be clearly visable from the road accessing your residence/business. Any questions can be directed to the Addressing office, or by contacting...

Crawford County Public Safety
Addressing Office
Office: 814-724-2562
Fax: 814-724-2563

*NOTE: Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 3:00pm. The office is located in the Public Safety building.

New Address

Please select from the following options if you wish to obtain a new address:

  • Structure is newly built within the last 1-3 years - download our New Address Request Form
  • If structure has been placed longer than 3 years, please contact the Addressing Office from the above contact information or visit our interactive Mapping/Addressing Viewer to find your address with the GIS web mapping application.
  • Click here to change your address with the United States Post Office.
    Please note: Allow 4-6 weeks after applying for you new address to change with the post office.


The County of Crawford lies in northwestern Pennsylvania. Originally it was inhabited by the Iroquiois Indians and other tribes and nations. In later years, the land was acquired by a group of Dutch investors under title of the Holland Land Company and resold to settlers. The Commonwealth allocated land to its Revolutionary War soldiers as a bonus settlement. The county was formed in 1800 from a portion of Allegheny County and named after Colonel William Crawford, an early military hero and close friend of George Washington.


903 Diamond Park Meadville, PA 16335

Phone: (814) 333-7300
Toll free: 800-982-9019

Fax: (814) 337-0457

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

State of Pennsylvania