WASHINGTON, D.C. - The start of a new Congress is bringing some changes for Pennsylvanians living in Congressman Glenn Thompson’s district.

Thompson, R-Howard Twp., is moving his local district office from Titusville to Oil City starting this week. The move follows Pennsylvania’s court-ordered Congressional redistricting in 2018, which included all of Crawford County into Congressman Mike Kelly’s new 16th District. Thompson served southeastern Crawford County in the former 5th Congressional District.

Thompson’s new 15th District will continue serving Warren and Venango counties over the next two years.

The new office is located at 217 Elm St., Suite B Oil City, PA 16301. The office can be reached by telephone at 814-670-0432 and by fax at 814-670-0868.

In addition to his Washington office, the new Oil City location is one of Thompson’s two district offices; the second location is in Bellefonte, Centre County.