Murrysville is a municipality in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States. Murrysville is located roughly 20 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on U.S. Route 22, just east of the county line that separates Westmoreland and Allegheny counties. The population was 20,079 at the 2010 census. Among the neighborhoods within Murrysville are Dunningtown, Newlonsburg, Ringertown, Sardis, and White Valley. Murrysville surrounds, but does not include, the Borough of Export, which is a separate municipal entity.
Census data for Murrysville indicates that the community has 8,360 housing units and a total area of 36.9 square miles. The median value of owner-occupied housing units is $208,000, with total households at 7,972. The home ownership rate remains strong at 89%. The median household income is $87,107 and the per capita at $44,075.
Murrysville is governed by a mayor, who is elected every two years and has administrative powers, and a seven member council, whose members are elected every four years and have legislative powers.
Murrysville, the neighboring community of Export, and parts of Delmont are served by Franklin Regional School District. The Franklin Regional School District operates five schools: three elementary (Sloan, Heritage, Newlonsburg), the Franklin Regional Middle School, and the Franklin Regional High School. There is also Mother of Sorrows Catholic School and Parish which serves the Murrysville area as well as Delmont, Export, Kiski Area, Monroeville, and Penn-Trafford School Districts.