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Scott W. Hunt

Commissioner Scott W. Hunt is originally from Upper Yoder Township and currently resides in Southmont Borough. He is a 2001 graduate of Westmont Hilltop and a 2006 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and a minor in Religious Studies.

Before being elected Cambria County Commissioner, Commissioner Hunt served his community as an Upper Yoder Township Supervisor for 12 years. The last 2 years serving as Vice Chairman of the board. He had worked for the West Hills Recreation Commission for 8 1/2 years, the last 3 years serving as the Executive Director.

Commissioner Hunt was elected Cambria County Commissioner in 2019 and re-elected in 2023. His priorities include fiscal responsibility, economic development, mental health services and outdoor recreation/tourism.

Commissioner Hunt has been involved in the community over the years. He serves on the board for the Humane Society of Cambria County. He has also previously served on the Conemaugh Valley Conservancy, Cambria-Somerset Outstanding Young Woman Scholarship Program, Westmont Hilltop Recreation Commission and the Cambria Chamber’s Recreation Economy Council.

Commissioner Hunt currently serves as the President of the Board of Commissioners. He is also one of Cambria County’s representatives for the Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission, where he currently serves as vice president of the board. He also serves on the Cambria County Agricultural Land Preservation board.

Commissioner Hunt believes it is important to be accessible to the residents of Cambria County. He believes in a healthy mix of being out in the community and being available at the courthouse. Serving his community as a township supervisor and now a county commissioner, has been the greatest honor.


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Elected Official:
Scott W. Hunt, Republican

200 South Center Street
Ebensburg, PA 15931

(814) 472-1600

(814) 472-6940


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