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Mount Oliver is a borough within Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The largely residential area is surrounded entirely by the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of South Side Slopes on the north, Arlington on the northeast, Mt. Oliver on the southeast, Carrick on the south, Knoxville on the west and Allentown on the northwest corner. It was named after Oliver Ormsby, Jr., the son of Oliver Orsmby, who was the son of John Ormsby – the original land grant holder for the area from George III. Offering a dense suburban feel, the borough has a population of 3,324 people. 57% of its residents rent their homes. The median rent price for the area is $842, and the median home value is $55,400. Households in Mount Oliver make a median annual income of $38,795.
Transverse Park is a family-friendly park in Mount Oliver. Offering a recreational space for locals and visitors to the borough, it includes amenities like:
The park is managed by the City of Pittsburgh Parks and Recreation Department and is open 24 hours a day, 265 days a year.
Also located in Transverse Park is the Mount Oliver Borough Community Garden. The allotment garden provides a space where people can rent or adopt individual beds to grow their own crops. Established in 2014, the project was created in partnership with Grow Pittsburgh, GTech, and the Bhutanese Community Association of Pittsburgh. It operates yearly from May through October. To rent a growing space, it is $10 per year for a 10 feet by 20 feet plot. Other activities that go on in the community garden include special events, tours and picnics.
Arlington Elementary School is a neighborhood just to the east of the Borough of Mount Oliver. Offering classes to pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade students in the Pittsburgh area, it has a population of 399 students and a student-to-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. Based on state standardized test scores, 28% of its students are proficient in reading and 10% are in math. The school has a Niche overall grade of a C and a GreatScbools rating of 2 out of 10. The school can be found on Rectenwald Street.
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