Greater Hazleton... a great place to live, work and play.
Greater Hazleton has an outstanding quality of life, plenty of recreational opportunities, a low crime rate, an inexpensive cost of living, excellent health-care and education systems, solid employment opportunities, an outstanding business climate and even more.
Greater Hazleton has it all, including a great location. In the foothills of the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, we're close to numerous major interstate highways that link us with places from New York City to San Francisco, from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, and everything in between.
We're only two and a half hours away from New York City, less than that from Philadelphia, and slightly more from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. We like to feel we are in the middle of everywhere.
What's the price of such amazing convenience? Well, you'll be happy to know that the cost of living is one of the most attractive benefits of Northeastern Pennsylvania, where housing, transportation and health-care expenses are not only affordable but often lower than the national average.
More about Hazleton's quality of life...
For more information on the quality of life in Greater Hazleton, please visit the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce. Their Web site contains a variety of information about our community, including an events calendar and information about health care, arts, culture, dining, lodging, recreation, housing, media, shopping and schools.
More about Northeastern Pennsylvania...
For more about Northeastern Pennsylvania, visit myNEPA, the regional online community and information gateway.
And if you're a young professional looking for information about Northeastern Pennsylvania, we encourage you to visit POWER! (Professionals Organized and Working to Enrich the Region) - an informal group of professionals whose mission is to promote the region as a vital and pleasurable place to live, work and play. POWER! has successfully created a forum for professionals in the Northeastern Pennsylvania region to not only meet, socialize and network with their peers, but to also become involved in shaping their community.
To learn more about POWER!, click here.