Tarentum is a borough in Allegheny County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It is 22 miles (35 km) northeast of Downtown Pittsburgh, along the Allegheny River. Tarentum was an industrial center where plate glass and bottles were manufactured; bricks, lumber, steel and iron novelties, steel billets and sheets, sack and wrapping paper were also produced. The Pennsylvania Railroad operated a station in Tarentum; its rail line ran through the town. The population was 4,530 at the 2010 census. Two statues of Hebe, the Greek goddess of youth, are displayed by the borough in Tarentum.
Tarentum is within the Highlands School District, which operates Grandview Upper Elementary School (grades 3–5) in the borough; also Fawn and Fairmount primary centers (grades K–2), Highlands Middle School (grades 6–8), and Highlands High School (grades 9–12) in nearby communities.
Museums and other points of interest:
The Community Library of Allegheny Valley, Tarentum Branch, serves the borough.
Allegheny-Kiski Valley Heritage Museum, 224 East Seventh Avenue Tarentum