Living in Nazareth

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In 1740 when Moravians settled in the Nazareth area, strong roots and a proud history were settled with it. A firm commitment to family and a strong work ethic are deeply rooted in the area. Love of community is strong, and residents strive to maintain the clean attractive area in which they live.

A large segment of the population lives and raise children in this unique suburban setting, which has led to a historic growth rate, and continual growth is anticipated for several years. This serene suburb, with accessibility by both air and highway to major metropolitan areas, offers the best of both worlds. Residents enjoy living in an environment that is quiet, attractive and growing and also having access to big-city amenities. Several private and government retirement facilities are also available in the area, providing health care and senior services to men and women of retirement age. For information about transportation from these facilities, contact the Nazareth-Bath Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Relocation consultants are available from the Chamber of Commerce and area real estate offices to assist prospective homeowners to strategize their housing search. Consultants focus on assisting and prioritizing needs and providing a framework of reference to aid in the decision-making process.

For more information, brochures, maps and helpful advice, stop by the Nazareth Area Visitor Center at the Nazareth-Bath Regional Chamber of Commerce, 201 N. Main St., the historic former Martin Family homestead.

The Chamber staff is always willing to answer questions and assist individuals and businesses interested in learning more about the area.

For more information, visit www.nazarethchamber.com.