Economic Development

   Hanover Township established in 1786 has a long history of working with our local resources to provide an excellent quality of life for our residents.  Primarily an rural community, Hanover's proximity to major north/south and east/west transportation corridors and the Southern Beltway's Findlay Connector (12 Minutes to Pittsburgh International Airport) make it an attractive location for business.

 Starpointe Business Park is a Washington County Council on Economic Development Project that consists of 1,153 acres of land. The property is situated at the intersection of State Routes 22 & 18 in Hanover Township a location commonly associated with the site of the  First Niagara Pavilion Amphitheater and the Pepsi Roadhouse.        Its location is less than 10 miles from Weirton, West Virginia, 14 miles to Steubenville, Ohio and less then 25 miles from downtown Pittsburgh.                                                                                                                             Major Tenants in the park are Volvo Rents (BlueLine Rental)

   Lanxess Corporation  Miller Plastics   Olson Industries     Hormann Flexon