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Pittsburgh, PA 15221
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Pittsburgh, PA 15211
Located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
pittsburgh, PA 15201
Overview of Apollo
The borough of Apollo, PA is a former coal mining town in Armstrong County. This quaint town - it has approximately 1,600 residents - is roughly 32 miles northeast of Pittsburgh and is situated on the former Pennsylvania Main Line Canal. Those looking for Apollo apartments for rent are sure to be charmed by the area's historical buildings, as well as its small-town atmosphere.
Living in Apollo, PA
In the early 1800s, Apollo was an important part of the canal route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. The canal was completed in 1831, and it was named the Warren or Three-Mile Level, because it was three miles from the outlet dock. Apollo was incorporated into a borough in 1848. Apollo's history and industrial growth can be seen along the waterfront. Today's Roaring Run Trail was first the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal towpath and then the Apollo Industrial Path, on which trains transported coal.
Today, people looking for Apollo rentals will find an extremely tight-knit town that makes sure its residents have many services and officials that are always working to improve local services. Residents enjoy access to the Apollo Community Pool, Apollo Elks Country Club and many community organizations such as the Lions Club and Food Bank. Most find jobs in larger nearby cities, and have an average commute time of 28 minutes. They often find employment in the manufacturing, retail trade or construction industries.
Apollo Attractions and Special Events
Apollo holds community-oriented events year-round. These include a Halloween parade, sports competitions and Relay for Life. The city also hosts the Apollo Moon Landing Celebration, which is a large community festival celebrating the 1969 moon landing, complete with carnival rides and food. It draws people from across the country. People who love the outdoors enjoy the five-mile Roaring Run Trail. At every mile, they can see a different piece of history, such as stone remains of canal Lock No. 15.
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