Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Population 306,212

Pittsburgh is located in Allegheny County, PA. The population is 306,212, making Pittsburgh the largest city in Allegheny County and the 2nd largest city in the state of Pennsylvania.

There are 144 public schools in Pittsburgh with an average Homefacts rating of B-. The total crime rate for Pittsburgh is low , and there are 37 registered sex offenders residing in the city. Unemployment in Pittsburgh is moderate and the median home sales price is $0. Detailed and up-to-date Pittsburgh property reports are available for any property address.

Cities near Pittsburgh include Mount Oliver, Millvale and Reserve Township.

Pittsburgh Neighborhood Report


School Rating is Above average
  • No High School Diploma: 7.7%
  • High School Graduate or Higher: 46.6%
  • Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 45.8%

Crime Rate

39.29% Lower than national avg.
  • Auto theft: 150
  • Violent Crimes: 181
  • Robbery: 30
  • Burglary: 120
  • Property Crime: 1
  • Larceny Theft: 1

Registered Offenders

93.24% Lower than national avg.
  • 37 offenders in Pittsburgh
  • 1.21 offenders/10,000 residents

Environmental Hazards

1,052 Found nearby
  • Brownfields: 55
  • Registered Polluters: 65
  • Superfunds: 81
  • Tanks & Spills: 851


Moderate 6.5%
  • Pennsylvania unemployment average: 6.1%
  • National unemployment average: 6.7%

Property Values

Median Property Value $0

Schools view all

144 Public Schools view public schools

There are 144 K-12 public schools in Pittsburgh, PA and 82 private schools. Homefacts rates Pittsburgh's schools as Above average, with an overall B- rating.

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Crime view details

37 Registered Offenders search the registered offender database

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*100 is national avg. Greater than 100 means higher crime, lower means less crime.
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Property Report Overview

Average Listing Price
$189,900 compared to December 2019
Median Sales Price
No Data

Median Home Value

Housing Inventory

Property Type
  • Vacant
  • Rented
  • Owned

Number Of Properties Per Bedroom (Distressed)

338 Building Permits View All

  • In 2014, the city of Pittsburgh, PA issued 338 building permits. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes. Of those 338 permits, 89 were issued for single family homes and 249 were issued for multi-family homes.
  • In 2013, the city of Pittsburgh, PA issued 213 building permits. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes. All permits issued were for Single Family Homes.
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Environmental Hazards

1052 Environmental Hazards

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Health Hazards

  • Air Quality HEALTHY (1415/1459)
    Pittsburgh, PA has 96.98% good air quality.
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  • Radon ZONE 1 COUNTY
    Pittsburgh, PA is a red zone.
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  • UV Index MODERATE 4.2 Average
    Pittsburgh, PA is a moderate risk area for ultra-violet rays.
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Average Monthly Temperature

  • January 28.48°
  • February 30.95°
  • March 42.05°
  • April 53.45°
  • May 62.92°
  • June 70.47°
  • July 74.37°
  • August 72.42°
  • September 66.03°
  • October 54.2°
  • November 43.82°
  • December 33.85°

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Natural Disasters

Probability of Natural Disasters for Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh, PA has a very low risk of earthquakes.
Pittsburgh, PA has no risk of hurricanes.
Pittsburgh, PA has a very high risk of hail storms.
Pittsburgh, PA has a low risk of tornadoes.

Demographics view details

Median Household Income

Median Household Income in Pittsburgh, PA: $44,707


Unemployment in Pittsburgh is 6.5%. It is moderate in comparison to the state and national averages, 6.1% and 6.7% respectively

Workforce Breakdown

Blue Collar - 30.51%
White Collar - 69.49%


State Representatives

  • Gov. Tom Wolf
  • Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr.
  • Sen. Patrick J. Toomey

City Representatives

  • Mike Doyle

Neighborhood Info

1 Airport view all

Nearest Major Airports

69 FCC Towers view all