Contact Information 
District Office
131 Wallace Ave.
Unit No. 14
Downingtown, PA 19335
Phone: (610) 269-1289
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Parkesburg Borough Hall
315 W. First Avenue
Building 1
Parkesburg, PA 19365 
By Appointment Only 

Coatesville Senior Center 
250 Harmony Street
Coatesville, PA 19320 
Hours: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every first and third Monday

Capitol Office
Room 159A, East Wing
PO Box 202074
Harrisburg PA 17120-2074
Phone: (717) 787-1806
Hours: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Latest News
HARRISBURG – Today, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) voted for a $32 billion budget that invests in quality education for Commonwealth children. The budget would award an additional $100 million to basic education funding and $25 million each to special education and Pre-K Counts.
HARRISBURG – To protect taxpayers and support future hires, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) voted in favor of pension reform legislation that would save billions and provide all new state and school district employees with three plan options, including two hybrid choices and a defined contribution-only plan. The bill now awaits Gov. Tom Wolf’s signature.
HARRISBURG – This week, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) recognized Coatesville High School runners in the House chamber for their many triumphs, including claiming the state championship title.
HARRISBURG – Investing in the future of Chester County’s youth, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) presented a Collegium Charter School student with a $20,000 scholarship for her college tuition and fees. Vinnea Flowers will attend Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the fall.
HARRISBURG – As part of the revitalization effort in the Coatesville area, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) has been able to secure a $2.1 million Business in Our Sites grant. This project will impact the intersection of Lincoln Highway East and the 1st Avenue area of the city of Coatesville.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) today announced that ArcelorMittal and the Brandywine Valley Railroad will receive $582,000 for necessary upgrades to the rail lines in state grants through the Rail Freight Assistance Program (RFAP). The grants will pay for 70 percent of the projects.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) is hosting two paper shredding events to help 74th District residents safely dispose of sensitive information used during tax season.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) today announced that Valley Township will receive $50,000 in a state grant for upgrades at three pump stations located in Valley and West Caln townships.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) welcomed Coatesville High School’s SPIRIT Club (Students Problem Identifying and Resolving Issues Together) leaders to the Capitol to be recognized in the House chamber for their effort to neutralize a negative situation with kindness.
HARRISBURG – To provide Commonwealth children who have incarcerated parents with stable families in a more timely fashion, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) drafted a bill to fulfill adoption requirements in a more efficient manner. It passed the House unanimously today.
HARRISBURG – This week, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) joined Harcum College education and leadership students for a leadership program event coordinated by Ms. Terry Eller.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) congratulated three young women from the Coatesville Area School District who were chosen as winners of the Daughters of the American Revolution essay contest.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis (R-Chester) today began his second term in the House of Representatives on behalf of the 74th Legislative District in Chester County.
HARRISBURG – To attract both businesses and people to the city of Coatesville, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) secured a $5 million grant through the Commonwealth’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) to offset the costs of a mixed-use redevelopment project. The project will create 215 construction jobs and 90 new, permanent jobs.
HARRISBURG – Reps. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) and John Lawrence (R-Chester/Lancaster) recently spoke to 100 Lincoln University freshmen about serving as Pennsylvania legislators and the experiences that led them to run for office.