The Borough of Greenville is located in Mercer County
in western Pennsylvania. It was the first borough incorporated in the county in 1838.
The current population is 6,700 (plus a greater population of 20,000).
|Children in grades 1-12 attend the Greenville Area School District. The school's sports mascot is the Trojan and their colors are blue and gold.|
|Greenville is the home of Thiel College, St. Paul Homes, UPMC Horizon Hospital, Trinity Industries, Werner Co. and Hodge Foundry.|
|Greenville residents celebrate their veterans with the annual Veterans' Day Parade
down Main Street (1998).
In nearby Reynolds, the Kidds Mill Covered Bridge dates back to 1868. It crosses the Shenango
River. In recent times it had fallen
into disrepair and was refurbished in 1990.
||The Greenville Area Public Library services the borough and surrounding area. The library
originated in 1921 in the Penn Middle School. The current building (pictured here) is located
at 330 Main Street and was built in 1972. Call 588-5490 for their hours.
||Central Park, located on Main Street, is the site of
Scarecrows in the Park (an annual
scarecrow building contest held in October to celebrate Halloween).
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