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Overview of Dunmore

Dunmore, Pa., home to an estimated 14,000 residents, is located in Lackawanna County in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains. The median household income of Dunmore is about $50,600, which is about the same as Pennsylvania's average. Those living in this city also enjoy a short commute of approximately 17 minutes, about eight minutes faster than the state average. Dunmore is located two hours from Philadelphia and three hours from New York City, putting it in relatively close proximity to big-city amenities. Those searching for Dunmore apartments for rent will find the home they have always wanted.

Living in Dunmore, PA

Those living in apartments near Dunmore are just a few steps away from various amenities. Walkscore.com named this city as "Somewhat Walkable," which means that errands can sometimes be done on foot - saving you gas and a commute. Just a few miles away you'll find Grande Pizza, Coffee with Rose, Clark's Tavern and St. Mary of Mt. Carmel School.

If you're searching for employment opportunities, there are plenty in Dunmore. Some of the top employers in Lackawanna County include WEA Manufacturing, Allied Services, Community Medical Center, Mercy Hospital and Scranton School District.

If you're a student or looking to go back to school, consider attending any of the prestigious colleges and universities in the area. Within a 22 mile radius, there is Marywood University, the University of Scranton, King's College and Wilkes University.

Dunmore Attractions and Special Events

In Dunmore, residents will find a slew of things to do. If you have a knack for the arts, visit the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple for various arts, education and community activities. Residents can take a tour of the Masonic Temple and learn all about the rooms, theaters and the grand ballroom.

How about getting your very own tour of a working mine at the Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour? Guests slowly descend 300 feet into the earth to explore a coal mine originally opened in 1860.

To find your next rental apartment or house in Dunmore, take a look at our listings on Rent.com®.