Montgomery Township
Montgomery Township is a township in Montgomery County. The settlement became official in 1714 when Montgomery Township was designated by the Pennsylvania Assembly. The name apparently came from a county in north Wales, home to many of the early settlers.
The population was 24,790 at the 2010 census,76.7% White, 4.6% Black or African American, 0.1% Native American, 16.6% Asian, and 1.6% were two or more races. 2.2% of the population were of Hispanic or Latino ancestry

There were several private schools in Montgomery Township in the early years, including the Free School which operated until 1860 from a location on the southeast corner of the intersection of Bethlehem Pike and Upper State Road, the school at the Montgomery Baptist Church

The first circulating library in the North Penn area was established in Montgomery Township in 1792 and survived until 1852.

Windlestrae Park has a Disc Golf Course

Montgomery Township Communities

Colmar (also in Hatfield Township)
Eureka (also in Bucks County and Horsham Township)
Fortuna (also in Hatfield Township)

Montgomery Township Website


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