The birthplace of the oil industry, and the perfect place to grow your business.
Titusville is a city in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. The area was first settled in 1796 by Jonathan Titus. Within 14 years, others bought and improved the land lying near him, along the banks of the now-named Oil Creek. As the village grew, the settlers began to call it Titusville. The village was incorporated as a borough in 1849. Lumber was the first principal industry with at least 17 sawmills in the area.
The Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce is organized for the purpose of promoting the interests of the business community. This mission will be accomplished through the encouragement of growth in existing businesses and industries, giving assistance to new firms or individuals seeking to locate in the Titusville area and by advocating businesses or general community.
Within the past year, Titusville has seen tremendous growth in business and industry. Many are also finding it a great place to invest through starting or expanding a business in town. The Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce is here to help you grow your investment. Find out who else is investing!