Canonsburg is a borough in Washington County, located in the South Hills are of Pittsburgh. With its close proximity to I-79, it offers its residents relatively easy access to the city.
Canonsburg has numerous park offerings both large and small. You will find playgrounds, sports fields, pavilions for rent as well as Town Park that offers a large community public pool, playground area, and sponsors a summer concert series as well as numerous pool related activities throughout the summer. The one event that Canonsburg is the most famous for is its annual 4th of July parade; which is the 2nd largest in Pennsylvania and attracts record number of spectators every year.
The exact date of the first settlement, near what is now known as Canonsburg, is unclear; however, the first surviving plat of the town is from April 15, 1788, and it shows lots that had been owned by Colonel John Canon being sold around his property. The emerging town took the name of Canonsburg shortly thereafter.
The Canon-McMillan School District is a public school district covering Canonsburg, Cecil Township, and North Strabane Township. It consists of five elementary schools, 2 intermediate schools, one middle school and one high school.
There is a home for everyone in the Canon-McMillan School District. The area offers new houses for sale, existing small homes, modern homes, ranch style homes as well as larger 5 bedroom houses and even homes with a pool!
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