Discover Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Fast Facts about Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Population: 350,611 as of 2018
Largest City: Murrysville
Founded: February 26, 1773
Official Website: www.co.westmoreland.pa.us

About Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania is located in the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area. Westmoreland County was home to the first foreign-owned factory producing vehicles in the US when it was operational between 1978 and 1988. Westmoreland County is home to Keystone State Park, Laurel Ridge State Park, Laurel Summit State Park, and Linn Run State Park.

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Discover Beaver County, Pennsylvania

Fast Facts about Beaver County, Pennsylvania

Population: 164,742 as of 2018
Largest City: Aliquippa
Founded: March 12, 1800
Official Website: www.beavercountypa.gov

About Beaver County, Pennsylvania

Beaver County is a part of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county was formed in 1800 from parts of Allegheny and Washington Counties and is named after the Beaver River which flows through the area. Beaver County is home to several national parks including the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Raccoon Creek State Park, and Bradys Run Park. Residents enjoy convenient access to Beaver Valley Mall in Central Township which provides hundreds of shops and restaurants for the pleasure of guests.

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Discover Butler County, Pennsylvania

Fast Facts about Butler County, Pennsylvania

Population: 187,888 as of 2018
Largest City: Butler
Founded: March 12, 1800
Official Website: www.co.butler.pa.us

About Butler County, Pennsylvania

Beaver County is a part of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. Perhaps best known nationally as the set of many northeast Pennsylvania films, Butler County was the backdrop of Night of the Living Dead (1968), I Am Number Four (2011), The Avengers (2012) and many other films. Locals enjoy the fame of past residents with notable inventions such as the “wire rope” that inspired John Roebling, designer of the Brooklyn Bridge, and famous brands such as Jeep. This Pennsylvania county is also home to two state parks including Jennings Environmental Education Center and Moraine State Park.

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Discover Washington County, Pennsylvania

Fast Facts about Washington County, Pennsylvania

Population: 207,346 as of 2018
Largest City: Washington
Founded: March 28, 1781
Official Website: www.co.washington.pa.us

About Washington County, Pennsylvania

The City of Washington, Pennsylvania and Washington County, Pennsylvania are named in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States. Washington County is best known in popular culture for the founding of Pony League baseball in 1951. Washington County, Pennsylvania continues to host the annual league World Series every August.

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Discover Indiana County, Pennsylvania

Fast Facts about Indiana County, Pennsylvania

Population: 84,503 as of 2018
Largest City: Indiana
Founded: November 3, 1806
Official Website: www.countyofindiana.org

About Indiana County, Pennsylvania

Indiana County, Pennsylvania is located in the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area. Indiana County natives include Ben McAdoo, head coach of the New York Giants; Samuel Kier, “Grandfather of the American Oil Industry”; John Buccigross, ESPN Anchor and many more. Indiana County, Pennsylvania is the self proclaimed “Christmas Tree Capital of the World” having shipped over one million Christmas trees annually.

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Discover Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Home of Pittsburgh

Allegheny County, with a population as of 2018 of just over 1.2 million people, is Pennsylvania’s second most populous county.

Perhaps best known for the steel industry that thrived in the early 20th century, Pittsburgh now has a diverse and thriving economy. As the second busiest inland port, behind Laredo, Texas, Pittsburgh is home to many Fortune 500 companies including the famous US Steele Corp. and H.J. Heinz Company, but also newer brands such as PNC Bank and PPG Industries. The city’s easy access to highly educated talent from some of the prestigious educational establishments has also meant other industries including hospitals, industrial centers, technology, and research have thrived.

Pittsburgh offers its residents a thriving cultural scene and excellent quality of life.

Locally, the Steelers, Penguins, Pirates, and Riverhounds have all contributed to local pride with strong teams and world-class venues. Heinz Field (which made a cameo appearance in Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight Rises”) and PNC Park both offer spectacular views of the city and river while offering attendees of local events world-class entertainment and sports. Also on the river is Highmark Stadium which offers a maximum of 5,000 soccer fans the opportunity to enjoy the sport which is rising in popularity across the country.

Pittsburgh has always had a rich history of diversity from its founding. Best known for our German settling, Pittsburgh has also been home of many prominent Italian, Hispanic, Polish, Lithuanian, African American, Jewish, and Irish communities. This unique melting pot of vibrant demographics means that residents are never without a fantastic authentic meal, electrifying local festivals, and rich culture that rivals some of the world’s largest and most interesting cities.

For those focused on a rich culinary experience, the city was awarded “Food City of the Year” by San Francisco-based af&co in 2019. Noted restaurants included Superior Motors, Driftwood Oven, Sport, Fish nor Fowl, Bitter Ends Garden & Luncheonette, and Rolling Pepperoni.

The city also regularly ranks high in the nation’s most livable cities. Pittsburgh finished first in 1985, fifth in 1989, fifth in 1993, fourteenth in 1997, and twelfth in 2000. Pittsburgh reclaimed the top spot in 2007 for the Places Rated Almanac. Having also ranked in The Economist, Cities Ranked and Rated, Forbes, Yahoo!, Entrepreneur, and many more, Pittsburgh is sure to impress even the most picky of residents and visitors.

Whether you are searching for our world-famous Carnegie Mellon University, a Broadway production, a thrilling game of soccer, or a dinner that even New Yorker’s would envy, Pittsburgh and Allegheny County have something for everyone. We invite you to come visit our thriving metropolis and see for yourself! If you’re already a resident, then come discover a title and closing experience from Pittsburgh’s oldest locally owned title insurance and settlement services company.