Bustling, robust and active, this Pittsburgh borough is at the center of it all.
Welcome to Monroeville
Considered by many to be the “Crossroads of Western Pennsylvania,” with Interstate 376, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and U.S. Route 22 all converging here, the Municipality of Monroeville is home to more than 28,000 residents and a mix of residential and commercial developments.
Located about 10 miles east of Pittsburgh, this borough offers all the resources of a major metropolitan area with a small-town residential atmosphere.
What to Love
- Located just 10 miles east of Pittsburgh
- All the resources of a major metropolitan area with a small-town atmosphere
- Easy access to Interstate 376, the PA Turnpike, and U.S. Route 22
People & Lifestyle
There are more than 12,000 households in Monroeville, and the bulk of the population is composed of families. Parks are the main form of recreation here, and Monroeville has an abundance of green space that enables residents to bike, hike, and explore nature.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
A range of dining options exists in Monroeville. Local favorites include Carl’s Tavern, a town staple for more than 60 years. This Pittsburgh landmark serves one-of-a-kind burgers and fish sandwiches. Dad’s Pub and Grub offers more than 100 craft beers, juicy burgers, and signature dogs, while Gateway Grill is famous for its American bar eats and 700 varieties of beer.
Things to Do
Parkland makes a popular gathering spot in Monroeville. Both the Monroeville Community Park East and Monroeville Community Park West are family-friendly retreats with ball fields, basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts. Hundreds of acres of beautiful hills and wooded trails attract scores of visitors, and a seasonal farmers market, concerts at the amphitheater, and Fourth of July festivities gather the community together at these locations.
The Monroeville Convention Center hosts a variety of events, including consumer and trade shows, meetings, weddings, concerts, and other entertainment events.
Monroeville is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- Gateway High School, serving the residents of Monroeville and Pitcairn, ranked No. 33 out of 122 western Pennsylvania high schools for student academic achievement by the Pittsburgh Business Times.