St. Marys Area
is Good for Your Business!
your interest is start-up, expansion, or relocation, the
St. Marys Area has what it takes to make your business a
Marys offers a unique blend of an established industrial
base and a promising potential for future growth. With an
illustrious tradition of innovative manufacturing technology,
bountiful natural resources, and the determination of skilled
people, St. Marys has been the birthplace of a number of
Fuel Gas and Allegheny Power have consistently offered the
lowest rates in the northeastern United States. The St.
Marys public water and sewer systems are modern and efficient,
with capacity to serve new and expanding industries.
Major market areas along with the eastern seaboard and the
Great Lakes are easily accessible by Interstate 80, which
is located 30 miles to the south. US Route 219 and PA Route
255 provide north/south highway access. The St. Marys Airport
serves private and corporate aircraft, while two other regional
airports provide daily commercial service. The Area Transportation
Authority provides public bus transportation, and Fullington
Trailways offers daily commercial bus service between Buffalo
tax abatement, industrial loan funds, job training opportunities,
and infrastructure development programs. Two industrial
parks, a multitenant/incubator facility, plus ample industrially
zoned properties, fully served by all utilities, offer a
variety of alternative sites for new development.
But the real heart of St. Marys is its skilled and reliable
work force. Residents are ingrained with a strong work ethic
based on productive enterprise and skilled trade. Employees
make comparable wages in an area where the cost of living
is low, and which contains ample and affordable housing.