Nestled in the tree-lined streets of Warren is a building you can be proud to call home. Spend your days enjoying a fulfilling job, as well as your evenings and weekends at one of our many family-friendly restaurants, shopping downtown, biking our trails, kayaking the river, or watching the sunset over the Allegheny Mountains in one of our many parks. The city is located approximately 20 miles south of Jamestown, New York; 60 miles southeast of Erie, Pennsylvania; 90 miles south of Buffalo, New York; and approximately 140 miles north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
A place to raise a family
In the City of Warren, we are committed to making our city a safe place for children; after all, children under the age of 18 make up 21.2% of the population. Our city boasts many outdoor recreational opportunities for your growing family, including several playgrounds, a municipal pool, and even a skate park, and in the summer we provide staffing at the parks most frequently used for our summer playground program. Our professional police and fire departments can give you the confidence that you have chosen a home where your family’s safety is valued. The education of our children is a priority for the Warren County School District, which operates Warren Area Elementary, Beaty-Warren Middle School and Warren Area High School.
A place to succeed
One-third of our residents are engaged in management, business, science and the arts, and the average commute to work is 16 minutes. Our city’s unemployment rate is 5%, well below the state and national averages, and the median family income of our residents is $54,071. The city’s cost of living is just over 7% below the national average, meaning your dollar is worth more in Warren. Five of the county’s top ten employers are located within the city limits, allowing us to boast a 12.5% walk to work rate, which is double the state average and more than three times the national average.