Fawn Township is a suburb of Pittsburgh with a population of 2,281. Fawn Township is in Allegheny County. Living in Fawn Township offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Fawn Township and residents tend to be conservative.
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Fawn Township Reviews
This area is not as bad as people make it out to be. The location is close enough to certain things such as Kennywood, Downtown Pittsburgh, Seven Springs, Cedar Point, etc. The town itself has little to actually offer other than a lot of fast food restaurants. The "mall" that we have is showing signs of people and owners started not to care since they are competing with the fairly new Pittsburgh Mills Mall. The High school has a little bit of a bad reputation just for the fact of some of the students that attend there and some of the areas around here that they are from. The overall education is not bad but could offer more to fit certain students needs and they could fit more classes pertaining to actual life experiences rather than things that students complain about never using in their lives again. They do not really offer any courses that help students figure out how to apply for colleges for survive while in college. It would have been nice to know how to apply for financial aid before having to do it. There are certain parts of town that also do not have the best reputation but those particular places are easy to avoid and do not interfere with the well-being of other parts of town. The overall experience living here is not bad at all, but if I were to chose a place of living again, I would probably do a tad bit more of research before hand.