Greene County

Small-town charm is married with spectacular natural beauty in the region’s southwesternmost corner. The county sits between two economic drivers – Pittsburgh and Morgantown, W. Va. – making it part of a broader ecosystem where businesses can thrive. Distinguished agriculture, three institutions of higher learning, a long-standing energy hub and technology center – all contribute to Greene County’s ability to showcase what Pittsburgh’s prosperous countryside has to offer.

Key Real Estate Developments:
Evergreene Technology Park

Opportunities:

Evergreene Technology Park, Development Sites, and Former Energy sites.

Types of Spaces:

Greenfield and brownfield sites for Office, Manufacturing, Industrial uses

More Information

Demographics & Workforce

36,506

Population (2018)

$50,972

Median Household Income (2018)

16,593

Total Labor Force (2018)

$55,361

Mean Earnings per Job

333

2017-2018 Public High School Graduates

60.1%

Post-Secondary Placement Rate

Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, PA Department of Education, PA Department of Labor & Industry, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

26,529

Population 25+

86.8%
18.0%
High School Degree +
Bachelor’s Degree +

Sources: Bureau of Economic Analysis, PA Department of Education, PA Department of Labor & Industry, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Economy

$2,354,011,801

GDP (2018)

12,893

Total Jobs

807

Total Number of Employers (2018)

15,782

Total Employed Residents (2018)

*4.9%

Unemployment Rate

*pre-COVID-19 unemployment rate

Top Private Employers

Employer Est. Employment
Coal Mining
CONSOL Energy
1,500
Coal Mining
Contura LLC
730
Coal Mining
GMS Mine Repair
560
Coal Mining
Monongalia County Coal Company
370
Education
Waynesburg University
320
Healthcare
Washington Health System
300
Natural Gas
CNX Gas LLC
280
Retail
Walmart
250
Oil & Gas
CalFrac Well Services
230
Oil & Gas
Cameron International
150

Sources: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania Department of Industry & Labor, Pittsburgh Business Times, Pittsburgh Regional Alliance, IPEDS

Economic
Development
Contacts:

Rich Cleveland
Executive Director, Department of Economic Development for Greene County
93 E. High St, 2nd Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone:
724-852-5300
Fax:
724-852-2944
Don Chappel
Executive Director, Greene County Industrial Developments, Inc
300 EverGreene Drive
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone:
724-852-2965
Fax:
724-852-4132