Contact Information 
District Offices
Beaver County Office:
3468 Brodhead Road, Suite 9
Monaca, PA 15061
Phone: (724) 728-7655
Fax: (724) 773-7802
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Fridays 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Washington County Office:
(located in the Independence Township Municipal Building)
34 Campbell Street
P.O. Box 14
Avella, PA 15312
Phone: (724) 587-3095
Hours: Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

Capitol Office
145B East Wing
P.O. Box 202015
Harrisburg PA 17120-2015
Phone: (717) 260-6144
Latest News
04/18/2016
HARRISBURG – PennWATCH Champion Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) today announced plans to introduce legislation that would improve the state government database launched in 2012.
03/21/2016
MONACA – Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) is inviting residents from the 15th Legislative District to join him for a town hall meeting on Wednesday, March 30, from 6-8 p.m. at the South Franklin Community Building, located at 100 Municipal Road, Washington.
03/16/2016
HARRISBURG – In an effort to keep schools open and finish the 2015-16 state budget, Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) today voted to send a supplemental budget plan to the governor’s desk. House Bill 1801 restores cuts made by the governor when he signed the majority of the current budget into law in December.
03/16/2016
HARRISBURG — Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) today voted in favor of legislation (Senate Bill 3) that would permit the use of medical cannabis in Pennsylvania in a controlled fashion. As a concerned parent, he released the following statement explaining his support for the long-debated issue:
03/11/2016
HEIDELBERG (Allegheny County) – A group of local Republican state House members today called for Gov. Tom Wolf to drop his demands for massive tax increases and release $3 billion in state education funding.
02/25/2016
MONACA – Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) is inviting residents from the 15th Legislative District to join him at two upcoming town hall meetings he has planned in March.
02/11/2016
HARRISBURG — In an effort to ensure safety of public water supplies and increase consumer protection, the House Professional Licensure Committee today heard testimony from Pennsylvania plumbers on the importance of a state licensing program for the trade, said Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington), author of a bill to establish such a program.
02/09/2016
HARRISBURG – Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) today issued the following statement following Gov. Tom Wolf’s 2016-17 budget address:
01/08/2016
HARRISBURG – On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania Treasury announced that a $2 billion line of credit has been extended to the Commonwealth due to the General Fund’s “historic low [balance] for this time of year,” according to a Jan. 6 press release issued by the Treasury.
12/23/2015
HARRISBURG– Reps. Jim Christiana(R-Beaver/Washington) and Jim Marshall (R-Beaver/Butler) issued the following statement after the Senate voted to join the House in bringing an end to the state’s budget impasse:
12/03/2015
Report reveals $30.4 billion in spending without budget, lack of transparency
12/02/2015
WHAT: State Reps. Seth Grove (R-York), Cris Dush (R-Jefferson/Indiana) and Jim Christiana (R-Beaver) will hold a press conference to release a report on Wolf Administration budget impasse spending.
11/04/2015
MONACA – Rep. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) invites area job seekers to learn about regional career opportunities at his upcoming job fair scheduled to take place on Friday, Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Penn State Beaver, located at 100 University Drive in Monaca.
10/20/2015
HARRISBURG – In an effort to return Philadelphia and Pittsburgh teachers to classrooms in which they were hired to work, state Reps. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) and Jim Christiana (R-Beaver/Washington) today unveiled legislation to end a practice known as “ghost teaching.”
10/19/2015
WHAT: State Reps. Jim Christiana (R-Beaver) and Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) will discuss House Bill 1649, legislation that would address “ghost” teachers in the School District of Philadelphia taking leave from the classroom to work for their union while still earning their pay and benefits and accruing time toward their pension.