North Huntingdon Township is a growing suburban community and an excellent location to live and work with a high quality of life. Residing within Westmoreland County, the cost of living and taxes are moderate compared to surrounding municipalities and counties. We are located within easy commuting distance (less than 20 miles and a 35 minute trip) to Pittsburgh. The Laurel Mountains are less than an hour drive to the east. The Pennsylvania Turnpike runs through the east edge of the Township with a turnpike interchange located within the community. State Route 30 runs east and west through the middle of the Township.
Our community is in the middle to upper middle income level. It is largely residential, with some commercial development. The current population is approximately 30,000. There are about 11,000 homes in our 27.46 square mile area. North Huntingdon Township is served by the Norwin School District and one private catholic school, Queen of Angels.