Adams Ridge is a residential development in the small rural town of Adams.
Created in 1864, the town was named for President John Quincy Adams (1767-1843). The town contained over 15,000 acres in a square configuration five miles on a side in a largely largely wooded area. For most of Adams' history it was predominantly agricultural community. Since the 1980s is has been slowing evolving into a Pittsburgh exurb. The town's current population is about 11,000 people.
Adam's Ridge consists of 441 single-family homes and 450 townhouse and condominium units. Residents and their guests enjoy playgrounds, an outdoor swimming pool, a clubhouse, a tennis court and soccer field.
The handsome clubhouse features a large gathering room, fireplace room and large television room. It is often rented for events by a resident or an organization sponsored by a resident. The clubhouse is managed by the Adams Ridge Homeowners Association, which represents the development's residents.
Varies per event or program.
Free, on-site parking is available.