Facts about Frazer Township
Frazer Township is a small rural community 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. Its population is just 1,157 and it is still considered a suburb of Pittsburgh. Frazer is home to the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills Mall. The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills is home to anchor stores like JC Penney, Macy’s, Dicks Sporting Goods, Jo-Ann Fabrics and Cinemark.
Frazer’s beginnings started in 1914, named for Robert S. Frazer, a state politician. He was a lawyer who served as state legislator and judge of Common Pleas Court. He was also president judge of that court at the beginning of the 20th century. The township has a total area of 9.4 square miles. Frazer is home to only 527 households, with just over 60 percent married. The average family size in Frazer is about three. The median income for those in Frazer Township was $40,515. Those ages 25-44 make up the most of the population.
Frazer Township gives back to their community with Make-A-Wish Wheels for Wishes, a car donation program in the PA and West Virginia area. The Frazer Township Board of Supervisors includes Matthew Beacom, chair, William Creevey, vice chair and Lori Ziencik.
Frazer is home to an Aldi, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Pet Smart, Ross Dress for Less and more. More information on Frazer Township can be found here.