Living in Johnstown
Some easy living in Johnstown. We’re big enough to provide a diverse array of neighborhoods and housing choices, yet still totally manageable from a livability perspective. Commute times and affordability are off the charts (in a good way), crime is low, urban and neighborhood character is high, the schools are great, the food is fabulous, the culture is diverse yet distinct, and outdoor amenities abound. Johnstown is the best secret in Pennsylvania.
To help you see the city from a local’s perspective, we compiled a list of some of the more unique facts about Johnstown that have helped transform it into the city it is today.
So, you’re thinking of moving to Johnstown? We think that’s a great idea! We might be a little biased, but we think it’s a spectacular place to live, work, and play. Did we mention the food? Well, we’ll get to that a little later. Johnstown is quickly expanding and growing into a well-rounded city. Come check it out – you won’t be disappointed! Before you visit, here’s 10 things to know that will make you feel like a Johnstown local.
If you’ll be running races near Johnstown in 2022, it’s time to start signing up for your favorites to make sure you don’t get elbowed out. If you’re a local runner, you may be familiar with the remarkable stories and meaningful causes behind some of our best-known courses. And by now, you certainly know the… Read More »A Guide to Running Races in the Johnstown Area
We have said it before, and we will say it again – Johnstown is full of amazing food options for residents and visitors to enjoy. Whether you are craving international or traditional cuisine, our city is sure to have it. People come from across the region to enjoy Johnstown’s restaurants. Some people don’t realize how much is right outside their door. Let’s find out which restaurants call the Richland area home!
If you are searching for inviting establishments to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner, the Westmont area has some great options for you. From up-scale dining to local pizza shops, this region, nicknamed “Johnstown’s historic neighborhood,” is full of restaurants for you to enjoy.