Vinco is a town in Pennsylvania with a population of 1,072. Vinco is in Cambria County. Living in Vinco offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Vinco and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Vinco are above average.
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There is not much to do in the immediate surrounding area. The population is made up primarily of older people and very young children with few children from the ages of 17-21 which is the age group that I would prefer to associate with. People would do things for each other, but most likely expect something in return. A time that the community comes together is during the Jackson Heritage Festival, but other than that the individuals in the community keep to themselves. People are generally pet friendly but there are the occasional few who do not like the dogs in the neighborhood.
In the immediate area that I live in, people ride bikes without fear of being harmed. People also walk around the neighborhood, but one would need a car in order to get to any major store to buy any supplies they may need. All the people generally have cars to transport themselves to the larger business areas that are nearby. In these areas, it is difficult to find parking. There are services such as CamTran that provides public transportation. There are not many congested areas. A traffic concern that I have is the signs directing people on which way to turn. I feel that there should be signs on the stop light poles indicating which lane to be in if you were to turn. Some do not have this and it makes for a difficult situation if you are not from the area.
When I am able to, I plan to relocate to elsewhere in the country. The atmosphere is lackluster as the people mostly keep to themselves and there is hardly anything to do or to participate in. I believe that this area is lacking in activities for all generations. In the future, I believe that the community will continue to be made up primarily of older people, as all the younger people will choose to leave due to the lack of activities.