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
09/25/2018
EAST FALLOWFIELD – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) is hosting a paper shredding event on Saturday, Oct. 6, from 9 a.m. to noon at East Fallowfield Township Community Park, 900 Buck Run Road, East Fallowfield.
09/18/2018
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) announced that the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) today met and approved three grants totaling $311,750 for a variety of projects in Chester County.
06/20/2018
HARRISBURG – Today, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) voted in favor of a $32.7 billion budget that makes record education investments without any tax increases or borrowing. It also invests in the Commonwealth’s financial security.
06/08/2018
DOWNINGTOWN – To ensure seniors can ride free on all SEPTA transit services, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) is offering people 65 and older the opportunity to get a free SEPTA Key Senior ID card on Wednesday, June 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Downingtown Library, 122 Wallace Ave., Downingtown.
06/07/2018
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) ) today announced the awarding of nearly $800,000 to benefit Chester County, which was made available through Adult Basic Education Direct Service grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
05/14/2018
COATESVILLE – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) is hosting a paper shredding event on Saturday, June 2, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Borough of South Coatesville Citadel Federal Credit Union parking lot, 135 Modena Road, Coatesville.
05/03/2018
Many residents of the Coatesville Area School District have contacted me regarding the school board’s preliminary vote to raise school taxes by 8.4 percent, or 2.95 mills. People who disagree with the tax increase or would like information about how the significant increase would be used were directed to attend meetings.
04/17/2018
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) ) today announced the awarding of $766,000 to Chester County, which was made available through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Program (PHARE) to help those in need with housing solutions.
12/02/2017
HARRISBURG – Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) today announced that his second term in office, which will end with the 2017-18 session, will be his final one as a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. His retirement will follow 56 years of public service.
11/20/2017
HARRISBURG – To ensure seniors can ride free on all SEPTA transit services, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) is offering people 65 and older the opportunity to get a free SEPTA Key Senior ID card without traveling to Philadelphia. Instead, they can visit his office in Downingtown during normal office hours.
09/18/2017
HARRISBURG – To maximize employment in the 74th District, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) is encouraging local residents to attend Trades Day, hosted by Local Trades Unions DEPG Development, on Thursday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m. to noon at the training center on 500 East Lincoln Highway, Exton.
09/12/2017
HARRISBURG – As a resident of Carver Court for many years, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) welcomed Gov. Tom Wolf and others to a ceremony revealing the historical marker noting the neighborhood’s significance.
08/23/2017
HARRISBURG – Following yesterday’s discovery of racial slurs and Nazi symbols vandalizing cars and buildings in the city of Coatesville and Valley Township, Rep. Harry Lewis Jr. (R-Chester) released this statement about the hate-based graffiti:
06/30/2017
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.