Aliquippa is a charming little town in rural Beaver County incorporated in 1894. It is popularly believed that Aliquippa was named after Queen Aliquippa, a staunchly pro-British Iroquois leader who ruled over what is now Greater Pittsburgh in the mid 18th Century, but was probably given the name by a railroad company.
The town is best known as the location of a steel mill operated the Jones & Laughlin Steel Company from the early 1900s to the 1980s.
The town's business center is focused on Franklin Avenue, where various stores, restaurants and offices are located.
Varies per business and events.
On-street parking and parking lots are available.