Irwin is a small town of about 4,500 people in rural Westmoreland County.
Some of the most extensive coal deposits in Pennsylvania are located In Irwin. In the past, iron foundries, flour mills, car shops, facing and planing mills, electrical goods and mirror factories provided employment to the residents.
Irwin was settled in 1853 and incorporated in 1854. It's downtown business district is a quaint, traditional small town with a variety of attractions for everyone. Downtown's revitalization is the mission of the Irwin Main Street Project.
Varies per business or organization.
Both on-street parking along with some parking lots are available.