Robinson Township is one of the most convenient suburbs around with direct access to I-376 West and East (aka The Parkway), which connects Monroeville in the east to the nearby Pittsburgh International Airport in the west; I-79, which stretches from Erie to the southern end of West Virginia; and Route 60 which links downtown to West Virginia.
Yet, all of that highway access doesn't disrupt the quiet setting of the suburban streets that roll through the hills of Robinson, with houses built in major booms in the mid- and late 20th century and continuing through today. Its 13,500 residents, including many young families, take advantage of youth sports leagues, community parks and the nearby Montour Trail for biking and hiking.
The annual Autumn Festival is a popular attraction for residents, as are the Family Fun Nights at the new community library, annual spring clean-up days and luaus at the Clever Park Pool.
“We’ve really come to enjoy the friendships we’ve developed through a dinner group of others who moved to Pittsburgh.”