About North Huntingdon
Connected to Our History. Connected to the Region.
Since 1772, North Huntingdon has thrived as a family-oriented community with a small-town feel, just minutes away from major cities within the region, including the Pittsburgh business district. Residents and businesses alike value the high quality of life, outstanding schools, top-notch amenities, and access to the world business community North Huntingdon provides.
Strategically located in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania between downtown Pittsburgh and Greensburg, North Huntingdon offers convenient access to the region. With major highways, including PA Route 30 and Interstate 376/PA Turnpike, intersecting within the Township, North Huntingdon connects to southwestern Pennsylvania’s extensive infrastructure, including two major airports, numerous rail yards, and the region’s vast waterways.
With lower taxes and overall cost competitiveness compared to neighboring communities, North Huntingdon remains an ideal location for families and businesses alike. North Huntingdon’s diverse and stable economy has weathered national recessions and its residents have seen average income levels on the rise. More than 25 percent of Township residents work within the community, while more than half work less than 30 minutes away in Pittsburgh and Greensburg. As a major retail corridor, Route 30 provides a conduit for thousands of visitors to the area each month.