North Country Trail
The North Country Trail is a 4.600 mile trail which runs through seven states. Of that, 96 miles winds its way through Clarion County. The NCT Clarion County Chapter takes care of this portion by clearing brush, cutting fallen trees blocking the path and even build bridges for hikers.
Redbank Valley Trails
This 51-mile trail on the southern edge of Clarion County and into Jefferson County is managed year-round primarily by volunteers. Groups and individuals are welcomed to adopt a segment of the trail and keep it clean, trimmed and clear for fellow hikers.
Fire departments offer service which one everyone relies on and expects will arrive within minutes during many types of emergency situations. According to a report released in 2018, a study found Pennsylvania had approximately 300,000 volunteer firefighters during the 1970s. Today, there are approximately 38,000 firefighters left in the state. If you are interested or have more questions, follow the link to contact your local fire department.
Rain Gauge Reader
Clarion County Department of Public Safety is looking for people to report the rain fall amount on a daily basis. This information is to keep better records of weather patterns and for historic data. Public Safety has rain gauges available for anyone interested. For more information, visit Rain Gauge Reports.
PennDOT Adopt and Beautify
Throughout PennDOT District 10, which is comprised of Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana, and Jefferson Counties, many small locations need attention to make and keep them looking beautiful. PennDOT’s Adopt & Beautify program is looking for individuals or groups who care enough to landscape areas in need of a makeover by designing and installing flowerbeds, to weed and fertilize when needed, and to keep their adopted area looking nice overall. Joining Adopt and Beautify allows individuals to keep active, show creativity and contribute to the community and the larger environment.