Getting Established

The Greenville area features a unique blend of town and country. There are beautiful rural countrysides, lakes, rivers, streams, state parks and game lands to enjoy. However, the area’s close proximity to metropolitan areas allows the residents to have the best of both worlds. Superb shopping, professional sports teams, cultural events, a vast variety of dining options, and more make the perfect ingredients for exciting day trips. Local residents feel safe in this small, family-oriented community because of its comfortable lifestyle and low crime rate. Greenville offers superior educational, recreational and cultural amenities usually found in much larger communities.

Furthermore, our local area boasts the following assets: 

  • Excellent quality of life.

  • Affordable housing.

  • A growth-oriented community with a small-town atmosphere.

  • Conveniently located to both Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Erie.

  • Top hotels, inns and centers to host meetings within a short drive.

  • Natural beauty with scenic parks, placid lakes and gently rolling hills.

  • Unique attractions close by – one of the largest outlet shopping centers in the world, world’s largest candy and shoe stores, and the only golf course in the world that lets you play free of charge.

Real Estate

When relocating to the area, you will be pleased with the professional realtors who will help you find the perfect house to call your home. In addition, the local realtors offer the expertise, knowledge and resources to aid those searching for a competitive business location.


RJ Reimold Real Estate and Appraisal (724) 646-2100

Paul Cowie, Your Town Realty (724) 988-9510

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Finding a Job

This area offers job seekers great resources to aid in their search. Both The Greenville Record-Argus and The (Sharon) Herald feature daily classified sections in their newspapers. In addition, the PA CareerLink provides both potential employees and employers the resources needed to find a job or find the best candidate for a job opening.


The Herald (724) 981-6100

PA Career Link (724) 347-9257

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Cost-of-Living Comparison

The website Sperling's Best Places,, allows you to do your own cost-of-living comparison.  For example, if you compare Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Greenville, Pennsylvania, the website shows it is 13% cheaper to live in Greenville than Pittsburgh.  If you made $30,000 in Pittsburgh, you would only have to make $25,958 in Greenville to enjoy the same lifestyle.  According to the website, compared to the rest of the country, Greenville's cost of living is 26.90% lower than the U.S. average. 

Go to to compare Greenville with other cities.

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Community Connections


Greenville Flower and Garden Club

Greenville Moose Family Center (724) 588-3636

Jamestown Area Development Association

Jamestown Community Fair (724) 932-5257

Jamestown Future Foundation

Knights of Columbus (724) 588-9911

Riverside Revitilization Fund

Shenango River Watchers

Transfer Harvest Home

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