The Pittsburgh region consists of the City of Pittsburgh and 10 counties, each offering its own unique strengths and character as business locations and community centers. Use the resources listed below to find out more about each of the 10 counties, including tourism attractions and economic development initiatives and resources.
The City of Pittsburgh; two of the nation’s top-ranked research universities (Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh); world-class Pittsburgh International Airport.
A hub for advanced technology-based industries like electro-optics, nanotechnology and precision carbide manufacturing.
Easy access to Northeastern Ohio and Pittsburgh International Airport; home to four colleges and universities, four state and county parks and nearly a dozen golf courses.
Diverse economy with strengths in technology, manufacturing and health care; home to Cranberry Township, one of the fastest-developing communities in the nation.
City of Pittsburgh
A thriving urban core, “America’s Most Livable City” is brimming with business and offers an unparalleled quality of life; complete with unique neighborhoods, centers of innovation, arts & culture and recreational opportunities to fit any taste.
Strategic location bordering Maryland and West Virginia, situated in the D.C./Baltimore corridor; home to Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, Fallingwater, and the state’s premier resort destination, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
A long tradition of manufacturing and energy production, especially coal, and the skilled workforce to support it; Interstate 79 connects Pittsburgh to the southern United States.
A diverse economy with prominent Indiana University of Pennsylvania, which was recently designated as one of the top “Values in Higher Education,” at the center of the community.
A total of 15 business/industrial parks offer state-of-the-art business sites at affordable rates; rolling hills provide a scenic setting.
A short drive from Pittsburgh, Ohio, West Virginia and far beyond; with an array of north-south and east-west highway connections; quality educational opportunities at California University of Pennsylvania and Washington and Jefferson College.
Westmoreland Logistics Park, one of the county’s most versatile intermodal transportation facilities; 31 business/industrial parks, six colleges and universities, nine county parks and four state parks.