Peters Township is located about 15 miles south of Pittsburgh in the northeastern corner of Washington County. The 19.5 square mile township with a rich sense of tradition is quickly changing from a rural, farm community to a suburban, upper-middle class neighborhood. That unique rural charm, an excellent school system, quality recreation programs & facilities, spacious wooded building lots, easy access to plenty of shopping and dining establishments, and low taxes are just a few of the reasons people have chosen to live in this bedroom community of Pittsburgh. Estimated population for 2012 is 22,262.
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Airport ---30 minutes
470 Acres of parks and open spaces that include playground areas, fishing, outdoor stage, conservancy area, 4.0 mile walking trail, sports fields, picnic shelters.
Community Recreation Center with year-round recreation programs for all ages.
Peters Township School District: 3 Elementary, Middle School, High School - over 95% of students go on to higher education.
All major faiths have facilities in the area.
A new state-of-the-art public library.
Two major working farms where residents can buy fruits, vegetables, plants.
Peters Township - everything the city has to offer and more...in a rural setting!