Moving to the area?

Situated at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers, Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania with a metropolitan population of approximately 2.6 million people.

Pittsburghers are proud of our scenic views.

Culturally, Pittsburgh boasts numerous museums, a symphony, ballet , theater and 3 major league sports teams (Steelers, Pirates and Penguins).

Pittsburgh has distinguished itself as a leader in the medical field and is home of the first Liver transplant.

Pittsburgh has numerous universities, medical centers, amusement and water parks and an international airport.

Some links and information providing you with a wealth of resources in the Pittsburgh area:

Pop City

Pop City Media is a weekly e-newsletter and Web site showcasing the positive and sustained transformation of the Pittsburgh region. Pop City connects you with the latest growth and investment news about Pittsburgh and its neighborhoods. Featuring original stories and photography, Pop City will have you seeing Pittsburgh differently.

The Local Papers
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Tribune Review are Pittsburgh’s local newspapers.

Local Cultural Attractions
Culturally, Pittsburgh boasts numerous museums, a symphonyballettheater and 3 major league sports teams (Steelers , Pirates and Penguins).

Other Web Links

Carnegie Library’s Pittsburgh resources - an online directory for Pittsburgh

City of Pittsburgh

Visit Pittsburgh

The North Hills suburb is Pittsburgh’s fastest growing Jewish population.   Click these links for more information about the Reform Jewish Movement and the Greater Pittsburgh Jewish Community .