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Demographics Analysis

The people of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania give the community character. This place is unique because of factors such as population size / density, ethnic background, ratio of males to females, and average age.

Population By Sex By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Male:

Under 5 years : 1,026

5 to 9 years : 1,236

10 to 14 years : 1,314

15 to 17 years : 888

18 and 19 years : 503

20 years : 277

21 years : 238

22 to 24 years : 645

25 to 29 years : 1,182

30 to 34 years : 1,019

35 to 39 years : 1,060

40 to 44 years : 1,328

45 to 49 years : 1,657

50 to 54 years : 1,920

55 to 59 years : 1,913

60 and 61 years : 711

62 to 64 years : 761

65 and 66 years : 528

67 to 69 years : 793

70 to 74 years : 993

75 to 79 years : 799

80 to 84 years : 434

85 years and over : 257

Female:

Under 5 years : 980

5 to 9 years : 1,192

10 to 14 years : 1,258

15 to 17 years : 794

18 and 19 years : 441

20 years : 213

21 years : 192

22 to 24 years : 645

25 to 29 years : 996

30 to 34 years : 1,070

35 to 39 years : 1,027

40 to 44 years : 1,327

45 to 49 years : 1,607

50 to 54 years : 1,847

55 to 59 years : 1,724

60 and 61 years : 659

62 to 64 years : 980

65 and 66 years : 521

67 to 69 years : 742

70 to 74 years : 1,031

75 to 79 years : 677

80 to 84 years : 571

85 years and over : 701


(updated 2013)



Population By Citizen Status In The United States
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

U.S. citizen, born in the United States : 41,878

U.S. citizen, born in Puerto Rico or U.S. Island Areas : 61

U.S. citizen, born abroad of American parent(s) : 157

U.S. citizen by naturalization : 297

Not a U.S. citizen : 284


(updated 2013)



Place Of Birth By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Born in state of residence:

Under 5 years : 1,266

5 to 17 years : 4,360

18 to 24 years : 1,823

25 to 34 years : 2,586

35 to 44 years : 3,026

45 to 54 years : 4,041

55 to 59 years : 1,784

60 and 61 years : 734

62 to 64 years : 862

65 to 74 years : 2,429

75 years and over : 2,220

Born in other state in the United States:

Under 5 years : 740

5 to 17 years : 2,233

18 to 24 years : 1,303

25 to 34 years : 1,536

35 to 44 years : 1,643

45 to 54 years : 2,863

55 to 59 years : 1,771

60 and 61 years : 598

62 to 64 years : 868

65 to 74 years : 2,039

75 years and over : 1,153

Native, born outside the United States:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 49

18 to 24 years : 19

25 to 34 years : 16

35 to 44 years : 27

45 to 54 years : 18

55 to 59 years : 56

60 and 61 years : 5

62 to 64 years : 5

65 to 74 years : 23

75 years and over : 0

Foreign born:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 40

18 to 24 years : 9

25 to 34 years : 129

35 to 44 years : 46

45 to 54 years : 109

55 to 59 years : 26

60 and 61 years : 33

62 to 64 years : 6

65 to 74 years : 117

75 years and over : 66


(updated 2013)



Place Of Birth By Marital Status
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Born in state of residence:

Never married : 5,352

Now married, except separated : 11,306

Divorced : 2,055

Separated : 275

Widowed : 1,540

Born in other state in the United States:

Never married : 3,566

Now married, except separated : 7,818

Divorced : 1,762

Separated : 423

Widowed : 825

Native; born outside the United States:

Never married : 67

Now married, except separated : 68

Divorced : 46

Separated : 0

Widowed : 20

Foreign born:

Never married : 145

Now married, except separated : 310

Divorced : 56

Separated : 0

Widowed : 37


(updated 2013)



Place Of Birth By Individual Income
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Born in state of residence:

No income : 1,925

With income:

$1 to $9,999 or loss : 3,702

$10,000 to $14,999 : 2,362

$15,000 to $24,999 : 3,598

$25,000 to $34,999 : 2,695

$35,000 to $49,999 : 2,641

$50,000 to $64,999 : 1,596

$65,000 to $74,999 : 701

$75,000 or more : 1,308

Born in other state in the United States:

No income : 1,484

With income:

$1 to $9,999 or loss : 2,701

$10,000 to $14,999 : 1,604

$15,000 to $24,999 : 2,266

$25,000 to $34,999 : 1,740

$35,000 to $49,999 : 1,816

$50,000 to $64,999 : 1,227

$65,000 to $74,999 : 443

$75,000 or more : 1,113

Native; born outside the United States:

No income : 37

With income:

$1 to $9,999 or loss : 41

$10,000 to $14,999 : 0

$15,000 to $24,999 : 45

$25,000 to $34,999 : 28

$35,000 to $49,999 : 15

$50,000 to $64,999 : 19

$65,000 to $74,999 : 4

$75,000 or more : 12

Foreign born:

No income : 57

With income:

$1 to $9,999 or loss : 110

$10,000 to $14,999 : 107

$15,000 to $24,999 : 69

$25,000 to $34,999 : 45

$35,000 to $49,999 : 76

$50,000 to $64,999 : 53

$65,000 to $74,999 : 6

$75,000 or more : 25


(updated 2013)



Median Income By Place Of Birth
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Born in state of residence : 23,655

Born in other state of the United States : 24,391

Native; born outside the United States : 21,875

Foreign born : 20,375


(updated 2013)



Population Under 18 Years By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Under 3 years : 1,223

3 and 4 years : 783

5 years : 530

6 to 8 years : 1,396

9 to 11 years : 1,451

12 to 14 years : 1,619

15 to 17 years : 1,681


(updated 2013)



Household Income
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Less than $10,000 : 937

$10,000 to $14,999 : 1,125

$15,000 to $19,999 : 1,117

$20,000 to $24,999 : 975

$25,000 to $29,999 : 1,063

$30,000 to $34,999 : 991

$35,000 to $39,999 : 947

$40,000 to $44,999 : 781

$45,000 to $49,999 : 781

$50,000 to $59,999 : 1,720

$60,000 to $74,999 : 1,978

$75,000 to $99,999 : 2,141

$100,000 to $124,999 : 1,245

$125,000 to $149,999 : 561

$150,000 to $199,999 : 430

$200,000 or more : 360


(updated 2013)





Total Population In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania is 42,677



(updated 2013)



Male Population in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania: 21,482
Female Population in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania: 21,195


(updated 2013)



Median Male Resident Age in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania: 45.1
Median Female Resident Age in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania: 47.1


(updated 2013)



Median Age in the State of Pennsylvania is 40


(updated 2010)



Median Age By Sex in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


White


Both sexes

45.3

Male

44.5

Female

46.0

Black or African American


Both sexes

36.7

Male

37.3

Female

29.5

American Indian and Alaska Native


Both sexes

46.8

Male

40.5

Female

51.8

Asian


Both sexes

40.3

Male

32.5

Female

41.5

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander


Both sexes

44.0

Male

48.5

Female

35.5

Other


Both sexes

24.5

Male

24.3

Female

25.3

Two or More Races


Both sexes

22.8

Male

21.0

Female

23.9

Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

24.7

Male

24.9

Female

24.4

White / Not Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

45.4

Male

44.7

Female

46.1


(updated 2010)



Health Insurance Coverage Status By Sex By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Male:

Under 6 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,216

No health insurance coverage : 102

6 to 17 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,899

No health insurance coverage : 244

18 to 24 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,341

No health insurance coverage : 317

25 to 34 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,480

No health insurance coverage : 690

35 to 44 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,862

No health insurance coverage : 500

45 to 54 years:

With health insurance coverage : 3,000

No health insurance coverage : 550

55 to 64 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,938

No health insurance coverage : 439

65 to 74 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,295

No health insurance coverage : 12

75 years and over:

With health insurance coverage : 1,460

No health insurance coverage : 0

Female:

Under 6 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,157

No health insurance coverage : 61

6 to 17 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,709

No health insurance coverage : 295

18 to 24 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,185

No health insurance coverage : 304

25 to 34 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,631

No health insurance coverage : 426

35 to 44 years:

With health insurance coverage : 1,918

No health insurance coverage : 436

45 to 54 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,920

No health insurance coverage : 534

55 to 64 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,964

No health insurance coverage : 399

65 to 74 years:

With health insurance coverage : 2,289

No health insurance coverage : 0

75 years and over:

With health insurance coverage : 1,778

No health insurance coverage : 8


(updated 2013)



Employer-Based Health Insurance By Sex By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Male:

Under 6 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 564

No employer-based health insurance : 754

6 to 17 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,795

No employer-based health insurance : 1,348

18 to 24 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,079

No employer-based health insurance : 579

25 to 34 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,171

No employer-based health insurance : 999

35 to 44 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,422

No employer-based health insurance : 940

45 to 54 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 2,390

No employer-based health insurance : 1,160

55 to 64 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 2,201

No employer-based health insurance : 1,176

65 to 74 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 881

No employer-based health insurance : 1,426

75 years and over:

With employer-based health insurance : 478

No employer-based health insurance : 982

Female:

Under 6 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 562

No employer-based health insurance : 656

6 to 17 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,693

No employer-based health insurance : 1,311

18 to 24 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 852

No employer-based health insurance : 637

25 to 34 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,192

No employer-based health insurance : 865

35 to 44 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 1,407

No employer-based health insurance : 947

45 to 54 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 2,402

No employer-based health insurance : 1,052

55 to 64 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 2,176

No employer-based health insurance : 1,187

65 to 74 years:

With employer-based health insurance : 673

No employer-based health insurance : 1,616

75 years and over:

With employer-based health insurance : 622

No employer-based health insurance : 1,164


(updated 2013)



Place Of Birth By Nativity
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Native:

Born in state of residence : 25,131

Born in other state in the United States : 16,747

Born outside the United States:

Puerto Rico : 61

U.S. Island Areas or born abroad of American parent(s) : 157

Foreign born : 581


(updated 2013)



Languages Spoken At Home
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Speak only English : 39,865

Spanish or Spanish Creole : 231

French (including Patois, Creole, Cajun) : 129

German or other West Germanic languages : 123

Slavic languages : 61

Other Indo-European languages : 90

Korean : 5

Chinese : 33

Vietnamese : 8

Tagalog : 76

Other Asian and Pacific Island languages : 12

Other and unspecified languages : 38


(updated 2013)



Medicare Coverage By Sex By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Male:

Under 18 years:

With Medicare coverage : 8

No Medicare coverage : 4,453

18 to 64 years:

With Medicare coverage : 690

No Medicare coverage : 12,427

65 years and over:

With Medicare coverage : 3,718

No Medicare coverage : 49

Female:

Under 18 years:

With Medicare coverage : 0

No Medicare coverage : 4,222

18 to 64 years:

With Medicare coverage : 611

No Medicare coverage : 12,106

65 years and over:

With Medicare coverage : 4,029

No Medicare coverage : 46


(updated 2013)



Races in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


  • White: 41,854
  • African American: 238
  • American Indian: 85
  • Asian: 97
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 0
  • Some Other Race: 115
  • Two or More Races: 288



(updated 2013)













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Education Analysis

The amount of education a person receives can deeply affect their lives. The amount of education Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania citizens receive, averaged as group, may also affect the community.

Education Level of Population 25 Years and Over in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Male


  • No Schooling Completed: 52   (0.37%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 21   (0.15%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 107   (0.77%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 489   (3.5%)
  • 9th Grade: 325   (2.33%)
  • 10th Grade: 645   (4.62%)
  • 11th Grade: 539   (3.86%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 448   (3.21%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 6,569   (47.05%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 782   (5.6%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 1,317   (9.43%)
  • Associate Degree: 857   (6.14%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 1,100   (7.88%)
  • Master's Degree: 484   (3.47%)
  • Professional School Degree: 145   (1.04%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 83   (0.59%)

Female


  • No Schooling Completed: 35   (0.24%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 31   (0.21%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 50   (0.34%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 495   (3.39%)
  • 9th Grade: 276   (1.89%)
  • 10th Grade: 568   (3.89%)
  • 11th Grade: 523   (3.58%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 402   (2.75%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 6,925   (47.37%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 847   (5.79%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 1,460   (9.99%)
  • Associate Degree: 1,042   (7.13%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 1,193   (8.16%)
  • Master's Degree: 578   (3.95%)
  • Professional School Degree: 158   (1.08%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 35   (0.24%)


(updated 2010)





School Enrollment By Age
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Enrolled in public school:

3 and 4 years : 203

5 to 9 years : 2,051

10 to 14 years : 2,408

15 to 17 years : 1,476

18 and 19 years : 610

20 to 24 years : 328

25 to 34 years : 134

35 years and over : 122

Enrolled in private school:

3 and 4 years : 80

5 to 9 years : 154

10 to 14 years : 143

15 to 17 years : 134

18 and 19 years : 80

20 to 24 years : 271

25 to 34 years : 178

35 years and over : 194

Not enrolled in school:

3 and 4 years : 500

5 to 9 years : 223

10 to 14 years : 21

15 to 17 years : 72

18 and 19 years : 254

20 to 24 years : 1,611

25 to 34 years : 3,955

35 years and over : 26,252


(updated 2013)



Largest School Agency's In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Montrose Area Sd


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 80 High School Road, Montrose, PA 18801, Phone: (570) 278-3731, Students: 1,922 )

  • Elk Lake Sd


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: Po Box 100, Dimock, PA 18816, Phone: (570) 278-1106, Students: 1,505 )

  • Mountain View Sd


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: Rr 1 Box 339a, Kingsley, PA 18826, Phone: (570) 434-2180, Students: 1,386 )

  • Blue Ridge Sd


    ( Grades: KG-12, Location: Rr 3 Box 220, New Milford, PA 18834, Phone: (570) 465-3141, Students: 1,214 )

  • Susquehanna Community Sd


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: Rr 3 Box 5a, Susquehanna, PA 18847, Phone: (570) 853-4921, Students: 973 )

  • Forest City Regional Sd


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: 100 Susquehanna St, Forest City, PA 18421, Phone: (570) 785-2400, Students: 955 )

  • Susquehanna County Ctc


    ( Grades: 10-12, Location: 1 Schoolhouse Road, Dimock, PA 18816, Phone: (570) 278-9229, )

Largest Elementary & Middle Schools (Public) In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Elk Lake El Sch


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 1 Schoolhouse Rd Po Box 100, Dimock, PA 18816, Phone: (570) 278-1106, Students: 743 )

  • Mountain View El Sch


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: Rr 1 Box 339a, Kingsley, PA 18826, Phone: (570) 434-2181, Students: 666 )

  • Lathrop Street El Sch


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: 14 Lathrop St, Montrose, PA 18801, Phone: (570) 278-0314, Students: 566 )

  • Susquehanna Community El Sch


    ( Grades: K-6, Location: Rr 3 Box 5a, Susquehanna, PA 18847, Phone: (570) 853-4921, Students: 505 )

  • Forest City Regional El Sch


    ( Grades: K-6, Location: 100 Susquehanna St, Forest City, PA 18421, Phone: (570) 785-2410, Students: 497 )

  • Blue Ridge El Sch


    ( Grades: KG-5, Location: Rr 3 Box 220, New Milford, PA 18834, Phone: (570) 465-3141, Students: 488 )

  • Choconut Valley El Sch


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: Rr 1 Box 1730, Friendsville, PA 18818, Phone: (570) 553-1601, Students: 377 )

  • Blue Ridge Ms


    ( Grades: 6-8, Location: Rr 3 Box 220, New Milford, PA 18834, Phone: (570) 465-3177, Students: 297 )

Largest High Schools (Public) In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Montrose Area Jshs


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 50 High School Rd, Montrose, PA 18801, Phone: (570) 278-6223, Students: 974 )

  • Elk Lake Jshs


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 1 Schoolhouse Rd Po Box 100, Dimock, PA 18816, Phone: (570) 278-1106, Students: 762 )

  • Mountain View Jshs


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: Rr 1 Box 339, Kingsley, PA 18826, Phone: (570) 434-2501, Students: 720 )

  • Susquehanna Community Jshs


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: Rr 3 Box 5a, Susquehanna, PA 18847, Phone: (570) 853-4921, Students: 468 )

  • Forest City Regional Hs


    ( Grades: 7-12, Location: 100 Susquehanna St, Forest City, PA 18421, Phone: (570) 785-2402, Students: 458 )

  • Blue Ridge Hs


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: Rr 3 Box 220, New Milford, PA 18834, Phone: (570) 465-3144, Students: 429 )

  • Susquehanna County Ctc


    ( Grades: 10-12, Location: 1 Schoolhouse Road, Dimock, PA 18816, Phone: (570) 278-9229, )

Largest Schools (Private) In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Faith Mountain Christian Academy


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: Rr 2 Box 99, Thompson, PA 18465, Phone: (570) 465-2220, Students: 33 )

Public Libraries (Branch) In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Forest City Library


    531 Main Street, Forest City, PA 18421

  • Hallstead-great Bend Branch Library


    135 Franklin Ave., Hallstead, PA 18822

  • Susquehanna Free Library


    83 Erie Blvd., Suite C, Susquehanna, PA 18847

(updated 2012)

Public Libraries (Central) In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Pratt Memorial Library


    752 Main Street, New Milford, PA 18834

  • Sus Co Hist Soc & Fr Lib


    18 Monument St, Montrose, PA 18801

(updated 2012)



Museums Near Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


  • Associate Members Of Old Mill Village Museum Inc


    Po Box 434, New Milford, PA 18834

  • Birchardville School Educational And Historical Association


    22 Creamery Lane, Montrose, PA 18801

  • Brooklyn Historical Society


    Po Box 112, Brooklyn, PA 18813

  • Clifford Township Historical Society


    Po Box 161, Clifford, PA 18413

  • Forest City Area Historical Society


    413 Susquehanna St, Forest City, PA 18421

  • Old Mill Village Living Museum


    , New Milford, PA 18834

  • Sesqui Centennial & Harford Historical Society


    Sesqui Centennial Harford Historica, Kingsley, PA 18826

  • Susquehanna County Historical Society


    2 Monument Square, Montrose, PA 18801

  • Susquehanna County Historical Society And Free Library Assn


    18 Monument St, Montrose, PA 18801
    http://www.susqcolibrary.org

  • Susquehanna Depot Historical Society


    Po Box 161, Susquehanna, PA 18847

(updated 2014)



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Geography Analysis

The actual land features relating to Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania affect how people live their lives. Natural features such as oceans, mountains, lakes, plains, and deserts all make a difference in the lives of individuals. The types of housing, heating fuels, and transportation infrastructure are largely influenced by the geography of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.

Area Features of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


Airport


(1) Aldrich Airport   (2) Ashlawn Airport   (3) Carbondale-clifford Airport   (4) Hallstead Airport   (5) Huf Airport   (6) Husky Haven Airport   (7) Magnetic Laboratories Airport   (8) Mckinney Airport   (9) Peckins Airport   (10) Stahl S Mountain Airport   (11) Tyler Airport  

Area


(1) Lake Montrose Plaza  

Building


(1) Browndale Fire Company 1 Station 43   (2) Buffalo Breaker   (3) Clifford Township Volunteer Fire Company   (4) Clinton Breaker   (5) Columbia Hose Company 1   (6) Elk Lake Volunteer Fire Company   (7) Forest City Breaker   (8) Forest City Fire Department   (9) Forest Lake Volunteer Fire Company 1   (10) Foster Station   (11) Great Bend - Hallstead Volunteer Ambulance   (12) Great Bend Hose Company 1   (13) Hallstead Fire Engine Hose Company 1   (14) Harford Volunteer Fire Company   (15) Hop Bottom Hose Company   (16) Little Meadows Volunteer Fire Company Little Meadows Rescue Squad   (17) Montrose Minute Men Ambulance   (18) Rush Volunteer Fire Department Station 1   (19) Rush Volunteer Fire Department Station 2   (20) Silver Lake Volunteer Fire Company   (21) Snake Creek Volunteer Fire Company Station 1   (22) Snake Creek Volunteer Fire Company Station 2   (23) Springville Volunteer Fire Company   (24) Susquehanna Fire Department   (25) Thompson Hose Company   (26) Union Dale Volunteer Fire Company Station 52   (27) United Fire Company   (28) Vandling Hose Company Station 42   (29) W M Leek Breaker  

Cemetery


(1) Beaver Meadow Cemetery   (2) Brackney Cemetery   (3) Burdick Cemetery   (4) Button Cemetery   (5) Clifford Cemetery   (6) County Home Cemetery   (7) Decker Cemetery   (8) Dennis Cemetery   (9) Devine Ridge Cemetery   (10) Dundaff Cemetery   (11) East Jackson Cemetery   (12) East Rush Cemetery   (13) Evergreen Cemetery   (14) Fair Hill Cemetery   (15) Fairmount Cemetery   (16) Foster Cemetery   (17) Fowler Hill Cemetery   (18) Harding Cemetery   (19) Highland Cemetery   (20) Holy Name Of Mary Cemetery   (21) Lamb Cemetery   (22) Lynn Cemetery   (23) Lyons Street Cemetery   (24) Manzar Cemetery   (25) Maple Ridge Cemetery   (26) Maplewood Cemetery   (27) Newton Hill Cemetery   (28) North Hill Cemetery   (29) North Jackson Cemetery   (30) Peck Cemetery   (31) Prospect Hill Cemetery   (32) Quaker Lake Cemetery   (33) Quick Cemetery   (34) Rosengrants Cemetery   (35) Rush Center Memorial Park   (36) Saint Francis Cemetery   (37) Saint Johns Cemetery   (38) Saint Thomas Cemetery   (39) Sicklers Cemetery   (40) South Gibson Cemetery   (41) South Harford Cemetery   (42) Squiers Cemetery   (43) Stonestreet Cemetery   (44) Strickland Cemetery   (45) Tyler Hill Cemetery   (46) Williams Pond Cemetery   (47) Willow View Cemetery  

Church


(1) Ararat Church   (2) Bethel Hill Church   (3) Centerville Church   (4) Choconut Chapel   (5) Clinton Church   (6) East Bridgewater Church   (7) Franklin Hill Church   (8) Free Church   (9) Grace Lutheran Church   (10) Locust Hill Church   (11) Lyons Street Church   (12) Melrose Church Historical   (13) Saint Augustine Church   (14) Saint Francis Church   (15) Saint Johns Church   (16) Saint Martins Church   (17) Saint Patricks Church   (18) Saint Thomas Church   (19) Sweet Chapel   (20) Union Church   (21) Welch Hill Church   (22) West Lenox Church  

Civil


(1) Borough Of Forest City   (2) Borough Of Friendsville   (3) Borough Of Great Bend   (4) Borough Of Hallstead   (5) Borough Of Hop Bottom   (6) Borough Of Lanesboro   (7) Borough Of Little Meadows   (8) Borough Of Montrose   (9) Borough Of New Milford   (10) Borough Of Oakland   (11) Borough Of Susquehanna Depot   (12) Borough Of Thompson   (13) Borough Of Union Dale   (14) Borough Of Vandling   (15) Susquehanna County   (16) Township Of Apolacon   (17) Township Of Ararat   (18) Township Of Bridgewater   (19) Township Of Brooklyn   (20) Township Of Choconut   (21) Township Of Clifford   (22) Township Of Clinton   (23) Township Of Dimock   (24) Township Of Forest Lake   (25) Township Of Franklin   (26) Township Of Gibson   (27) Township Of Great Bend   (28) Township Of Greenfield   (29) Township Of Harford   (30) Township Of Harmony   (31) Township Of Herrick   (32) Township Of Jackson   (33) Township Of Jessup   (34) Township Of Lathrop   (35) Township Of Lenox   (36) Township Of Liberty   (37) Township Of Middletown   (38) Township Of New Milford   (39) Township Of Oakland   (40) Township Of Rush   (41) Township Of Silver Lake   (42) Township Of Springville   (43) Township Of Thompson  

Dam


(1) Acre Pond Dam   (2) Baker Dam   (3) Bel-air Lake Dam   (4) Belmont Lake Dam   (5) Big Elk Lake Dam   (6) Brace Brook Dam   (7) Brewster Pond Dam   (8) Comfort Lake   (9) Coterell Lake Dam   (10) Cranberry Lake Dam   (11) Dranchak Dam   (12) Dubois Creek Dam   (13) Forest Lake Dam   (14) Foxton Lake Dam   (15) Fulles Lake Dam   (16) Hathaway Pond Dam   (17) Horton Lake Dam   (18) Indian Lake Dam   (19) Jeffers Pond Dam   (20) Lake Montrose Dam   (21) Lake Sophia Dam   (22) Lake Timberline Dam   (23) Lakeside Pond Dam   (24) Lewis Lake Dam   (25) Longford Lake Dam   (26) Loomis Lake Dam   (27) Lower Alford Dam   (28) Lower Lake Dam   (29) Middle Lake Dam   (30) Mingo Lake Dam   (31) Minkler Lake Dam   (32) Oakland Dam   (33) Oteyokwa Lake Dam   (34) Pa-467 Dam   (35) Pa-468 Dam   (36) Pa-rc And D-105 Dam   (37) Page Lake Dam   (38) Post Pond Dam   (39) Purdy Dam   (40) Romobe Lake Dam   (41) Ross Dam   (42) Ross Pond   (43) Sickler Dam   (44) Silver Lake Dam   (45) Stanley Lake Dam   (46) Stillwater Dam   (47) Stillwater Reservoir Dam   (48) Stone Lake Dam   (49) Tingley Lake Dam   (50) Tuscarora Lake Dam   (51) Warner Dam   (52) Williams Pond Dam  

Hospital


(1) Barnes - Kasson County Hospital   (2) Montrose General Hospital  

Island


(1) Woodbridge Island  

Lake


(1) Acre Pond   (2) Ball Lake   (3) Beaver Meadow Pond   (4) Blanding Lake   (5) Booth Millpond   (6) Broadhead Pond   (7) Bush Pond   (8) Butler Lake   (9) Carmault Lake   (10) Carpenter Pond   (11) Churchill Lake   (12) Cope Pond   (13) Cord Pond   (14) Coterell Lake   (15) Devils Punch Bowl   (16) Dunn Pond   (17) Elbow Pond   (18) Ely Lake   (19) Fiddle Lake   (20) Finn Pond   (21) Gillespies Pond   (22) Harding Pond   (23) Heart Lake   (24) Holley Pond   (25) Hunt Lake   (26) Johnson Pond   (27) Jones Lake   (28) Lake Chrisann   (29) Lake Crystella   (30) Lake Idlewild   (31) Lake Of Meadows   (32) Lake Roy   (33) Lake White Lark   (34) Lakeside Pond   (35) Little Butler Lake   (36) Loomis Lake   (37) Lord Pond   (38) Lowe Lake   (39) Mckinney Pond   (40) Meeker Lake   (41) Mud Pond   (42) North Pond   (43) Oteyokwa Lake   (44) Payne Pond   (45) Pickering Pond   (46) Pollywog Pond   (47) Potter Lake   (48) Reynolds Pond   (49) Rigsby Pond   (50) Roberts Pond   (51) Robinson Lake   (52) Romobe Lake   (53) Round Pond   (54) Sinkhole Swamp   (55) Stanley Lake   (56) States Mill Pond   (57) Stearns Lake   (58) Stone Pond   (59) Tanner Pond   (60) Tea Pond   (61) Tiffany Pond   (62) Tripp Lake   (63) Tuscarora Lake   (64) Tyler Lake   (65) Upper Alford Pond   (66) Upper Lake   (67) Warriner Pond   (68) Willis Lake   (69) Wrighter Lake   (70) Zlotucha Pond  

Locale


(1) Angle Corners   (2) Bradley Corners   (3) Bumps Corners   (4) Burdick Corners   (5) Camp Arrowhead   (6) Camp Choconut   (7) Chase Corners   (8) Columbia Corners   (9) Dimock Corners   (10) Dimock Station   (11) Elk Mountain Ski Center   (12) Fenstermachers Historical   (13) Franklin Corners   (14) Gardinier Corners   (15) Harding Corners   (16) Jessup Overlook   (17) Kasson Corners   (18) Kentuck Corners   (19) Lynn Station   (20) Moxley Corners   (21) Niven Corners   (22) Old Mill Village   (23) Palma   (24) Raskelly Corners   (25) Steinbachs Corners   (26) Summit   (27) Susquehanna Boy Scout Camp   (28) Turrell Corners   (29) Tyler Corners   (30) Watrous Corners   (31) Wellmans Corners  

Mine


(1) Clifford Shaft   (2) Old Forest City Shaft  

Park


(1) Montrose Area High School Memorial Stadium   (2) Salt Springs State Park   (3) State Game Lands Number 140   (4) State Game Lands Number 175   (5) State Game Lands Number 236   (6) State Game Lands Number 35   (7) State Game Lands Number 70  

Populated Place


(1) Alford   (2) Ararat   (3) Auburn Four Corners   (4) Belmont Corner   (5) Birchardville   (6) Birchtown   (7) Brackney   (8) Brandt   (9) Brookdale   (10) Brooklyn   (11) Brushville   (12) Burnwood   (13) Choconut   (14) Clifford   (15) Deckertown   (16) Dimock   (17) Dundaff   (18) East Ararat   (19) East Lenox   (20) East Lynn   (21) East Rush   (22) Elk Lake   (23) Elkdale   (24) Fairdale   (25) Fisk Mill   (26) Forest City   (27) Forest City Station   (28) Forest Lake   (29) Franklin Forks   (30) Friendsville   (31) Gelatt   (32) Gibson   (33) Great Bend   (34) Hallstead   (35) Harford   (36) Heart Lake   (37) Herrick Center   (38) Herrick Corner   (39) Hickory Grove   (40) Hillsdale   (41) Hop Bottom   (42) Island Plain   (43) Jackson   (44) Jefferson Junction   (45) Kingsley   (46) Lakeside   (47) Lakeview   (48) Lanesboro   (49) Laurel Lake   (50) Lawsville Center   (51) Lawton   (52) Lenox   (53) Lenoxville   (54) Lewis Corners   (55) Lindaville   (56) Little Meadows   (57) Louden Hill   (58) Lynn   (59) Marshbrook   (60) Melrose   (61) Middletown Center   (62) Montrose   (63) New Milford   (64) Nixon   (65) North Jackson   (66) Oakland   (67) Oakley   (68) Parks Crossroad   (69) Parkvale   (70) Retta   (71) Richmondale   (72) Royal   (73) Rush   (74) Rushboro   (75) Rushville   (76) Saint Joseph   (77) Smiley   (78) Snows Mill   (79) South Gibson   (80) South Montrose   (81) Springville   (82) Stanfordville   (83) Stevens Point   (84) Susquehanna   (85) Thompson   (86) Tiffany   (87) Tingley   (88) Tirzah   (89) Tyler   (90) Union Dale   (91) Union Hill   (92) Upsonville   (93) Vandling   (94) Warrenham   (95) West Clifford   (96) West Lenox   (97) Williams Corner   (98) Woodburn   (99) Woodhouse   (100) Wrighter Corner  

Post Office


(1) Birchardsville Post Office Historical   (2) Susquehanna Post Office Historical  

Reservoir


(1) Bel-air Lake   (2) Belmont Lake   (3) Big Elk Lake   (4) Brace Brook Reservoir   (5) Brewster Pond   (6) Brushville Lake   (7) Choconut Lake   (8) Comfort Lake   (9) Courtland Birchard Pond   (10) Cranberry Lake   (11) Crystal Lake   (12) Darrow Pond   (13) Dora Pond   (14) Dubois Reservoir   (15) East Lake   (16) Forest Lake   (17) Foxton Lake   (18) Fullers Lake   (19) Griffith Pond   (20) Hathaway Lake   (21) Horton Lake   (22) Indian Lake   (23) Lake Marge   (24) Lake Montrose   (25) Lake Raylean   (26) Lake Sophia   (27) Lake Stanmor   (28) Lake Timberline   (29) Laurel Lake   (30) Lewis Lake   (31) Little Elk Lake   (32) Longford Lake   (33) Loomis Lake   (34) Lower Alford Pond   (35) Lower Lake   (36) Middle Lake   (37) Mingo Lake   (38) Minkler Lake   (39) Moore Pond   (40) Pa-467 Reservoir   (41) Pa-468 Reservoir   (42) Page Lake   (43) Polk Pond   (44) Pops Hobby Lake   (45) Post Pond   (46) Quaker Lake   (47) Rose Pond   (48) Ross Lake   (49) Ross Pond   (50) Schooley Pond   (51) Sicklers Pond   (52) Silver Lake   (53) Stillwater Lake   (54) Stump Pond   (55) Thomas Pond   (56) Tingley Lake   (57) Warner Pond   (58) White Pond   (59) Williams Pond  

Ridge


(1) Devine Ridge   (2) Maple Ridge  

School


(1) Avery School Historical   (2) Brooks School Historical   (3) Brushville School Historical   (4) Dacey School Historical   (5) East Ararat School Historical   (6) East Bridgewater School   (7) East Great Bend School Historical   (8) Fair Hill School Historical   (9) Fish School Historical   (10) Flynn School   (11) Franklin Hill School   (12) Gardner School   (13) Green Grove School   (14) Greenfield High School   (15) Grove School   (16) Hamlin School Historical   (17) Highland School Historical   (18) Hobbs School Historical   (19) Kane School Historical   (20) Kinney Johnson School   (21) Lathrop Street Elementary School   (22) Logan Hill School Historical   (23) Maple Ridge School   (24) Montrose Area High School   (25) Mott School   (26) Oak Hill School   (27) Salt Springs School   (28) Smiley School   (29) Stevenson School Historical   (30) Susquehanna Consolidated School   (31) Tyler School   (32) Walker School Historical   (33) Ward School   (34) Wright School  

Spring


(1) Salt Springs   (2) Spencer Spring  

Stream


(1) Apalachin Creek   (2) Baldwin Creek   (3) Bear Swamp Creek   (4) Beaver Creek   (5) Beaver Meadow Creek   (6) Bedbug Brook   (7) Beebe Creek   (8) Bell Creek   (9) Bow Bridge Creek   (10) Brace Brook   (11) Burdick Creek   (12) Butler Creek   (13) Canawacta Creek   (14) Cascade Creek   (15) Choconut Creek   (16) Clarks Creek   (17) Cork Hill Creek   (18) Deacon Brook   (19) Deep Hollow Brook   (20) Deer Lick Creek   (21) Denton Creek   (22) Deuel Creek   (23) Dewing Creek   (24) Drinker Creek   (25) Dry Creek   (26) Dubois Creek   (27) Dundaff Creek   (28) East Branch Canawacta Creek   (29) East Branch Hemlock Creek   (30) East Branch Lackawanna River   (31) East Branch Martins Creek   (32) East Branch Wyalusing Creek   (33) East Lake Creek   (34) Elk Lake Stream   (35) Fall Brook   (36) Fiddle Lake Creek   (37) Forest Lake Creek   (38) Gaylord Creek   (39) Hemlock Creek   (40) High Bridge Creek   (41) Hilborn Creek   (42) Hop Bottom Creek   (43) Hurley Branch   (44) Idlewild Creek   (45) Jones Creek   (46) Laurel Lake Creek   (47) Lee Creek   (48) Leslie Creek   (49) Lewis Creek   (50) Little Butler Creek   (51) Little Creek   (52) Little Egypt Creek   (53) Little Rhiney Creek   (54) Little Roaring Brook   (55) Mccormick Run   (56) Meredith Brook   (57) Meylert Creek   (58) Middle Branch Wyalusing Creek   (59) Mitchell Creek   (60) Nine Partners Creek   (61) North Branch Hemlock Creek   (62) North Branch Wyalusing Creek   (63) Partners Creek   (64) Pettis Creek   (65) Pigpen Creek   (66) Pond Brook   (67) Rhiney Creek   (68) Roaring Run   (69) Rock Creek   (70) Roe Creek   (71) Rogers Brook   (72) Salt Lick Creek   (73) Shelp Creek   (74) Silver Creek   (75) Smith Creek   (76) Snake Creek   (77) Snell Creek   (78) South Branch Canawacta Creek   (79) South Branch Wyalusing Creek   (80) Starboard Creek   (81) Starrucca Creek   (82) Sterling Brook   (83) Stevens Creek   (84) Stonestreet Creek   (85) Terry Creek   (86) Thomas Creek   (87) Tinker Creek   (88) Tower Branch   (89) Trowbridge Creek   (90) Wellmans Creek   (91) West Branch Lackawanna River   (92) West Creek   (93) Wildcat Run   (94) Wolf Creek  

Summit


(1) Birchard Hill   (2) Carey Hill   (3) Cobble Hill   (4) Coon Hill   (5) Cork Hill   (6) Dean Hill   (7) East Mountain   (8) Elk Hill   (9) Finn Hill   (10) Fish Hill   (11) Fowler Hill   (12) Gobblers Knob   (13) Gunn Hill   (14) Hartley Hill   (15) Hasbrouck Hill   (16) Hickory Knob   (17) Hogback Hill   (18) Jones Hill   (19) Kelder Hill   (20) Kennedy Hill   (21) King Hill   (22) Lackawanna Mountain   (23) Locust Hill   (24) Maunatome Mountain   (25) Miller Hill   (26) Mitchell Hill   (27) Morgan Hill   (28) Mott Hill   (29) Mount Ararat   (30) Mulligan Hill   (31) North Knob   (32) Oak Hill   (33) Penny Hill   (34) Poplar Hill   (35) Round Hill   (36) Roundtop   (37) Slocum Hill   (38) Smokey Mountain   (39) Snake Hill   (40) South Knob   (41) Stonecrop Hill   (42) Strickland Hill   (43) Sugarloaf Mountain   (44) Supko Hill   (45) Taylor Hill   (46) Thayer Hill   (47) Thorn Hill   (48) Tiffany Hill   (49) Tinker Hill   (50) Tyler Hill   (51) Wolf Hill  

Swamp


(1) Bear Swamp   (2) Beaver Meadow Swamp   (3) Kinney Swamp   (4) Pine Swamp   (5) Stearns Swamp   (6) Tamarack Swamp   (7) Tinglepaugh Swamp  

Tower


(1) Elk Hill Fire Tower   (2) Wpel-am Montrose   (3) Wpel-fm Montrose  

Valley


(1) Chipmunk Hollow   (2) Dark Hollow   (3) Negro Hollow   (4) Tinker Hollow  


(updated 2014)



Zip Codes in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

18801 (pop. 8,520) 18847 (pop. 5,675) 18421 (pop. 4,908)
18822 (pop. 3,468) 18834 (pop. 3,431) 18470 (pop. 2,242)
18826 (pop. 1,824) 18812 (pop. 1,816) 18844 (pop. 1,656)
18465 (pop. 1,451) 18824 (pop. 1,217) 18821 (pop. 1,217)
18818 (pop. 1,199) 18830 (pop. 779) 18842 (pop. 201)
18441 (pop. 201) 18823 (pop. 200) 18825 (pop. 200)
18413 (pop. 195) 18828 (pop. 173) 18816 (pop. 161)
18827 (pop. 150) 18813 (pop. 141) 18820 (pop. 94)
18430 (pop. 62)    


Counties Nearby Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Wyoming County, PA  (pop. 28,120) 21.2 Miles
Lackawanna County, PA  (pop. 214,281) 27.1 Miles
Wayne County, PA  (pop. 51,852) 29.1 Miles
Bradford County, PA  (pop. 62,704) 37.5 Miles
Luzerne County, PA  (pop. 320,894) 44.5 Miles
Sullivan County, PA  (pop. 6,219) 45.2 Miles



Area Code(s) in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

570



Elevation in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania is 1,089.0 ft. (332.0 meters)





Latitude/Longitude of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Lat: 41.811253 N        Long: -75.775497 W



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Economic Analysis

People and the communities they live in depend on money. The people of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania need food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. Business formation and job creation are essential to this community. Money sustains infrastructure such as roads and airports as well as human resources including fire rescue and police protection.

Energy Costs In Pennsylvania

    Residential
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Commercial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Industrial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Other
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Transportation
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Total
(cents per
kilowatthour)
1990              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.22 8.09 5.97 10.80 0.00 7.65
  Total Electric Industry 9.22 8.09 5.97 10.80 0.00 7.65
1991              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.58 8.31 6.29 11.20 0.00 8.00
  Total Electric Industry 9.58 8.31 6.29 11.20 0.00 8.00
1992              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.67 8.47 6.21 11.43 0.00 8.04
  Total Electric Industry 9.67 8.47 6.21 11.43 0.00 8.04
1993              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.55 8.29 6.04 11.56 0.00 7.92
  Total Electric Industry 9.55 8.29 6.04 11.56 0.00 7.92
1994              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.55 8.28 5.93 11.43 0.00 7.87
  Total Electric Industry 9.55 8.28 5.93 11.43 0.00 7.87
1995              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.72 8.33 5.92 11.29 0.00 7.93
  Total Electric Industry 9.72 8.33 5.92 11.29 0.00 7.93
1996              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.73 8.34 5.93 11.29 0.00 7.96
  Total Electric Industry 9.73 8.34 5.93 11.29 0.00 7.96
1997              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.90 8.41 5.89 11.71 0.00 7.99
  Total Electric Industry 9.90 8.41 5.89 11.71 0.00 7.99
1998              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 9.93 8.26 5.63 12.45 0.00 7.86
  Total Electric Industry 9.93 8.26 5.63 12.45 0.00 7.86
1999              
  Energy-Only Providers 4.15 3.89 3.86 13.33 0.00 3.90
  Full-Service Providers 9.19 7.90 5.22 9.63 0.00 7.67
  Total Electric Industry 8.86 6.53 4.71 9.63 0.00 6.71
2000              
  Energy-Only Providers 11.69 6.95 6.27 10.96 0.00 7.18
  Full-Service Providers 9.35 8.21 5.31 10.60 0.00 7.82
  Total Electric Industry 9.53 7.71 5.63 10.71 0.00 7.65
2001              
  Delivery-Only Service 7.28 3.30 1.88 12.96 0.00 3.95
  Energy-Only Providers 4.70 4.68 3.78 5.30 0.00 4.43
  Full-Service Providers 9.39 8.80 5.78 11.35 0.00 7.95
  Total Electric Industry 9.68 8.62 5.76 11.46 0.00 8.01
2002              
  Delivery-Only Service 6.23 2.91 1.39 12.01 0.00 3.67
  Energy-Only Providers 5.83 5.50 4.33 4.53 0.00 5.36
  Full-Service Providers 9.57 8.51 5.84 11.33 0.00 7.98
  Total Electric Industry 9.74 8.50 5.83 11.59 0.00 8.06
2003              
  Delivery-Only Service 5.50 2.78 1.18 0.00 2.58 2.95
  Energy-Only Providers 5.97 5.45 4.51 0.00 6.84 5.37
  Full-Service Providers 9.50 8.70 5.81 0.00 7.64 7.99
  Total Electric Industry 9.59 8.62 5.80 0.00 7.78 8.02
2004              
  Delivery-Only Service 6.44 2.69 1.17 0.00 3.18 3.38
  Energy-Only Providers 6.18 5.58 4.65 0.00 5.88 5.58
  Full-Service Providers 9.38 8.56 5.88 0.00 7.26 7.91
  Total Electric Industry 9.58 8.51 5.87 0.00 7.32 8.00
2005              
  Delivery-Only Service 4.82 2.10 0.88 0.00 1.21 1.99
  Energy-Only Providers 7.02 6.41 5.20 0.00 6.05 6.04
  Full-Service Providers 9.81 8.50 6.31 0.00 7.22 8.29
  Total Electric Industry 9.86 8.50 6.29 0.00 7.22 8.27
2006              
  Delivery-Only Service 4.32 1.78 0.55 0.00 1.21 1.54
  Energy-Only Providers 8.27 7.20 5.68 0.00 5.40 6.70
  Full-Service Providers 10.31 8.94 6.67 0.00 7.47 8.70
  Total Electric Industry 10.35 8.94 6.63 0.00 7.45 8.68

(updated 2006)



Time Leaving to Work in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

12:00 A.M. TO 4:59 A.M.   : 917   (5.1%)
5:00 A.M. TO 5:29 A.M.   : 681   (3.8%)
5:30 A.M. TO 5:59 A.M.   : 972   (5.4%)
6:00 A.M. TO 6:29 A.M.   : 2,275   (12.7%)
6:30 A.M. TO 6:59 A.M.   : 2,004   (11.2%)
7:00 A.M. TO 7:29 A.M.   : 2,423   (13.6%)
7:30 A.M. TO 7:59 A.M.   : 2,416   (13.5%)
8:00 A.M. TO 8:29 A.M.   : 1,631   (9.1%)
8:30 A.M. TO 8:59 A.M.   : 642   (3.6%)
9:00 A.M. TO 9:59 A.M.   : 746   (4.2%)
10:00 A.M. TO 10:59 A.M.   : 319   (1.8%)
11:00 A.M. TO 11:59 A.M.   : 205   (1.1%)
12:00 P.M. TO 3:59 P.M.   : 1,462   (8.2%)
4:00 P.M. TO 11:59 P.M.   : 1,179   (6.6%)


(updated 2010)



Household Size By Vehicles Available
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

1-person household:

No vehicle available : 542

1 vehicle available : 3,035

2 vehicles available : 748

3 vehicles available : 129

4 or more vehicles available : 55

2-person household:

No vehicle available : 141

1 vehicle available : 1,463

2 vehicles available : 3,983

3 vehicles available : 1,059

4 or more vehicles available : 254

3-person household:

No vehicle available : 61

1 vehicle available : 353

2 vehicles available : 964

3 vehicles available : 816

4 or more vehicles available : 364

4-or-more-person household:

No vehicle available : 28

1 vehicle available : 667

2 vehicles available : 1,365

3 vehicles available : 752

4 or more vehicles available : 373


(updated 2013)



Household Size By Number Of Workers In Household
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

1-person household:

No workers : 2,630

1 worker : 1,879

2-person household:

No workers : 2,509

1 worker : 2,390

2 workers : 2,001

3-person household:

No workers : 294

1 worker : 807

2 workers : 1,016

3 workers : 441

4-or-more-person household:

No workers : 271

1 worker : 982

2 workers : 1,352

3 or more workers : 580


(updated 2013)



Means of Transportation To Work
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Car, truck, or van:

Drove alone : 15,317

Carpooled:

In 2-person carpool : 1,253

In 3-person carpool : 268

In 4-person carpool : 65

In 5- or 6-person carpool : 79

In 7-or-more-person carpool : 22

Public transportation (excluding taxicab):

Bus or trolley bus : 15

Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) : 0

Subway or elevated : 8

Railroad : 0

Ferryboat : 0

Taxicab : 0

Motorcycle : 21

Bicycle : 10

Walked : 402

Other means : 158

Worked at home : 1,027


(updated 2013)



Travel Time To Work
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Less than 5 minutes : 1,045

5 to 9 minutes : 1,846

10 to 14 minutes : 1,833

15 to 19 minutes : 1,960

20 to 24 minutes : 2,181

25 to 29 minutes : 1,468

30 to 34 minutes : 2,724

35 to 39 minutes : 720

40 to 44 minutes : 838

45 to 59 minutes : 1,747

60 to 89 minutes : 762

90 or more minutes : 494


(updated 2013)



Occupations in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Male:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 2,469  (23.5%)
  • Service Occupations: 850  (8.1%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 1,405  (13.4%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 255  (2.4%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 2,300  (21.9%)

Female:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 2,539  (29.6%)
  • Service Occupations: 1,813  (21.1%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 2,891  (33.7%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 64  (0.7%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 67  (0.8%)


(updated 2010)





Employment Rate In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Employed: 20,315
Unemployed: 1,015



Minority Owned Firms of 100 or More in
Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Total Black-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total American Indian-and Alaska Native-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Asian-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Hispanic-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Native Hawaiian-and Other Pacific Islander-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total women-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 25.0%
  • Other: 75%







There are 984 Farms In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


(updated 2008)



Banks In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Nbt Bank, National Association - 5 Branches


    Bank Assets: $38.9m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 160

Peoples Security Bank And Trust Company - 4 Branches


    Bank Assets: $6.8m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 26

First National Bank Of Pennsylvania - 3 Branches


    Bank Assets: $44.5m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 309

Community Bank, National Association - 3 Branches


    Bank Assets: $22.2m
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 192

The Honesdale National Bank - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $589.3k
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 11

(updated 2014)







Airports Near Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  • Husky Haven


    (about 6.1 miles in South Montrose, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: PA1)

  • Greater Binghamton/Edwin A. Link Field


    (about 28.7 miles in Binghamton, New York; Airport Code: BGM)

  • Wilkes Barre Scranton International


    (about 32.7 miles in Avoca, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: AVP)

  • Cherry Ridge


    (about 33.9 miles in White Mills, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: PA3)

  • Sidney Municipal


    (about 39.2 miles in Sidney, New York; Airport Code: SXY)

  • Pocono Mountains Municipal


    (about 51.0 miles in Mount Pocono, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: MPO)

  • Sullivan County International


    (about 51.1 miles in Mongaup Valley, New York; Airport Code: MSV)

  • Eaton


    (about 53.7 miles in Norwich, New York; Airport Code: OIC)

  • Hazleton Municipal


    (about 58.1 miles in Milnesville, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: HZL)

  • Ithaca Tompkins Regional


    (about 58.5 miles in Ithaca, New York; Airport Code: ITH)

  • Cortland County Chase Field


    (about 58.5 miles in Cortland, New York; Airport Code: CTX)

  • F and F Airpark Inc


    (about 58.8 miles in Oneonta, New York; Airport Code: NY3)

  • Oneonta Municipal


    (about 61.3 miles in Oneonta, New York; Airport Code: ONH)

  • Stroudsburg Pocono


    (about 62.3 miles in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: ESP)

  • Elmira/Corning Regional


    (about 62.4 miles in Elmira, New York; Airport Code: ELM)

  • Blairstown Airport


    (about 70.7 miles in Blairstown, New Jersey; Airport Code: 1N7)

  • Williamsport Regional


    (about 71.2 miles in Montoursville, Pennsylvania; Airport Code: IPT)

  • Hamilton Municipal


    (about 72.2 miles in Hamilton, New York; Airport Code: VGC)

  • Sussex Airport


    (about 73.1 miles in Sussex, New Jersey; Airport Code: NJ5)

  • Ovid Airport


    (about 78.3 miles in Hayt Corners, New York; Airport Code: WQA)


(updated 2015)



Modes of Transportation in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Car, Truck, Or Van:

 

Drove Alone

78.29%

Carpooled

12.54%

Public Transportation:

 

Bus Or Trolley Bus

0.17%

Streetcar Or Trolley Car

0.0%

Subway Or Elevated

0.01%

Railroad

0.03%

Ferryboat

0.01%

Taxicab

0.0%

Motorcycle

0.04%

Bicycle

0.03%

Walked

3.82%

Other Means

0.72%

Worked At Home

4.35%



(updated 2010)





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Housing Analysis

Everyone needs shelter in rented housing or individually owned homes. Each community, including Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, is different from the rest based on overall architecture, appearance, occupancy, average housing square footage, average home value, and average home age.



(updated 2010)



Household Type By Tenure
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 8,314

Renter-occupied housing units : 1,007

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 514

Renter-occupied housing units : 231

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 845

Renter-occupied housing units : 713

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 3,517

Renter-occupied housing units : 2,011


(updated 2013)



Mortgage Status By Age of Householder
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Housing units with a mortgage:

Householder 15 to 34 years : 852

Householder 35 to 44 years : 1,417

Householder 45 to 54 years : 2,012

Householder 55 to 59 years : 1,106

Householder 60 to 64 years : 653

Householder 65 to 74 years : 763

Householder 75 years and over : 178

Housing units without a mortgage:

Householder 15 to 34 years : 249

Householder 35 to 44 years : 426

Householder 45 to 54 years : 1,088

Householder 55 to 59 years : 778

Householder 60 to 64 years : 788

Householder 65 to 74 years : 1,528

Householder 75 years and over : 1,352


(updated 2013)



Gross Rent As A Percentage Of Household Income
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Less than 10.0 percent : 220

10.0 to 14.9 percent : 329

15.0 to 19.9 percent : 397

20.0 to 24.9 percent : 408

25.0 to 29.9 percent : 340

30.0 to 34.9 percent : 173

35.0 to 39.9 percent : 233

40.0 to 49.9 percent : 378

50.0 percent or more : 794

Not computed : 690


(updated 2013)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania)

Built 2010 or later : $254,200

Built 2000 to 2009 : $228,100

Built 1990 to 1999 : $176,700

Built 1980 to 1989 : $149,300

Built 1970 to 1979 : $132,800

Built 1960 to 1969 : $137,800

Built 1950 to 1959 : $138,300

Built 1940 to 1949 : $116,700

Built 1939 or earlier : $114,500


(updated 2013)







Percentage of Family Households in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania: 68.2%

Percentage of Family Households in Pennsylvania: 65.0%


(updated 2010)



Building Permits in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 117 117 $8,760,369
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

117 117 $8,760,369
2000        
  Single Family 103 103 $8,283,199
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

103 103 $8,283,199
2001        
  Single Family 82 82 $6,457,072
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

82 82 $6,457,072
2002        
  Single Family 118 118 $11,452,522
  Two Family 1 2 $28,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

119 120 $11,480,522
2003        
  Single Family 124 124 $13,387,470
  Two Family 1 2 $80,000
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

125 126 $13,467,470
2004        
  Single Family 117 117 $14,003,367
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 1 5 $140,000
  Total

118 122 $14,143,367
2005        
  Single Family 104 104 $13,480,987
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

104 104 $13,480,987
2006        
  Single Family 75 75 $14,509,626
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

75 75 $14,509,626


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (Susquehanna County, PA): $33,622
Median Household Income In 2000 (Pennsylvania): $40,106


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Susquehanna County): $84,500
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Pennsylvania): $94,800


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Utility Gas: 1.0%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 14.9%
Electricity: 13.3%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 56.3%
Coal Or Coke: 2.7%
Wood: 11.3%
Solar Energy: 0.0%
Other Fuel: 0.3%
No Fuel Used: 0.1%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)





Population in Group Quarters in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Institutionalized population


  • Correctional facilities for adults : 18.79%
  • Nursing facilities/Skilled-nursing facilities : 72.7%

Noninstitutionalized population


  • Other noninstitutional facilities : 8.51%


(updated 2010)







Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Susquehanna County): $427
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Pennsylvania): $531
Fair Market Rent in 2007 (Susquehanna County): $551


(updated 2010)



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Government Analysis

People run the government through election of representatives and officials. Local governments are important to provide cohesion between individuals who must share public places. Worthwhile laws need to be debated, passed, and then enforced for a community to remain viable. Communities such as Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania are often affected in positive and negative ways by government performance.



Health Care Centers Close To Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Barnes Kasson Cnty Hosp Hhs


     Address: 400 Turnpike Street, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania 18847
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Other
     Certified Date: 3/10/1976

Tyler Home Health Services


     Address: Rr 1 Bx 273 Warner Complex, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Private
     Certified Date: 9/13/1993

Lourdes At Home Chha


     Address: 4102 Old Vestal Road, Vestal, New York 13850
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Religious Affiliations
     Certified Date: 7/22/1999

Gentiva Health Services Binghamton


     Address: 1249 Front Street, Suite 110, Binghamton, New York 13905
     Ownership: Proprietary
     Certified Date: 5/7/1987

Twin Tier Home Health Inc


     Address: 4401 Vestal Pkwy, Vestal, New York 13850
     Ownership: Voluntary Non Profit - Other
     Certified Date: 12/1/1981

Hospitals Close To Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Montrose General Hospital


     Address: 3 Grow Avenue, Montrose, Pennsylvania 18801
     Hospital Type: Critical Access Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Private

Tyler Memorial Hospital


     Address: 880sr 6w, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

"our Lady Of Lourdes Memorial Hospital, Inc&q


     Address: 169 Riverside Drive, Binghamton, New York 13905
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

"united Health Services Hospitals, Inc"


     Address: 33-57 Harrison Street, Johnson City, New York 13790
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Other

Community Medical Center


     Address: 1822 Mulberry St, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Private

Nursing Homes Close To Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Meadow View Senior Living Cent


     Address: R.r. 4, Box 4000, Montrose, Pennsylvania 18801
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 62
     Percent Occupied: 98%

Barnes-kasson County Hospital


     Address: 400 Turnpike Street, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania 18847
     Ownership: Non Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 58
     Percent Occupied: 100%

Forest City Nursing And Rehab


     Address: 915 Delaware Street, Forest City, Pennsylvania 18421
     Ownership: For Profit - Partnership
     Number of Residents: 105
     Percent Occupied: 80%

Golden Livingcenter-tunkhannock


     Address: 30 Virginia Drive, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657
     Ownership: For Profit - Partnership
     Number of Residents: 117
     Percent Occupied: 94%

Vestal Nursing Center


     Address: 860 Old Vestal Road, Vestal, New York 13850
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 164
     Percent Occupied: 91%



Closest Nuclear Power Plant To
Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

Name: Susquehanna
Address: PO Box 467; Berwick, PA 18603
Distance: 55 Miles


(updated 2007)



Social Security Users in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

    Retired Workers: 8,655
    Disabled Workers: 1,755
    Widowers Workers: 1,235
    Spouses Workers: 650
    Children Workers: 1,055


(updated 2007)



Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania Presidential Election

  • Kerry & Edwards 38.61%
  • Bush & Cheney 60.78%
  • Other 0.61%



(updated 2004)



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Taxes Analysis

Using tax dollars, government officials keep public places in repair, protect citizens, and provide for important services for the benefit of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania citizens.

Relocation to Susquehanna County, PA

5.05 % of Susquehanna County tax filers migrated from different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. Their adjusted gross income average was $40,383

Pennsylvania Average 4.99 %

10 or fewer residents relocated from other nations

Lead counties where tax filers migrated to Susquehanna County, PA (2005 / 2006) from a different county are as follows:

  • Lackawanna County , PA 1.06 % ($32,880 AGI )
  • Broome County , NY 0.58 % ($43,229 AGI )
  • Wyoming County , PA 0.43 % ($31,071 AGI )
  • Wayne County , PA 0.22 % ($23,917 AGI )
  • Luzerne County , PA 0.19 % ($37,000 AGI )
  • Bradford County , PA 0.15 % ($27,680 AGI )
  • Tioga County , NY 0.11 % ($37,389 AGI )
  • Montgomery County , PA 0.11 % ($42,167 AGI )
  • Philadelphia County , PA 0.10 % ($61,412 AGI )
  • Bucks County , PA 0.09 % ($58,000 AGI )

Relocation away from Susquehanna County, PA

5.39 % of Susquehanna County tax filers migrated to different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $34,119

Pennsylvania Average 5.08 %

10 or fewer residents relocated to other nations

Lead counties where tax filers moved from Susquehanna County, PA (2005 / 2006) to a different county are as follows:

  • Broome County , NY 0.94 % ($31,877 AGI )
  • Lackawanna County , PA 0.91 % ($28,180 AGI )
  • Wyoming County , PA 0.49 % ($27,654 AGI )
  • Luzerne County , PA 0.21 % ($29,529 AGI )
  • Wayne County , PA 0.18 % ($28,897 AGI )
  • Philadelphia County , PA 0.10 % ($27,412 AGI )
  • Bradford County , PA 0.08 % ($35,538 AGI )
  • Delaware County , PA 0.07 % ($27,727 AGI )
  • Lehigh County , PA 0.06 % ($41,400 AGI )
  • Monroe County , PA 0.06 % ($29,600 AGI )


(updated 2006)



Income Tax Rates in Pennsylvania

Low Bracket: $0 (3.07%)
High Bracket: Unlimited (3.07%)


(updated 2008)



Sales Tax Rates in Pennsylvania

6.00%


(updated 2008)



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Weather Analysis

The enjoyment of the area in which you live is often affected by the weather. Each individual has a different view on what weather patterns will make them most happy. Some people love the seasons, others enjoy warm temperatures throughout the year while others may love the snow. The weather provided for Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania is based on over 50 years of data.

Tornado Information For Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


On 04/17/1954, a tornado touched down 11.71 miles from the center of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The tornado was rated a category 2 (with heavy rain) . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities. Damages ranged from $500 to $5,000.

On 09/18/1991, a tornado touched down 12.83 miles from the center of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The tornado was rated a category 2 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities. Damages ranged from $5,000 to $50,000.

On 08/14/1994, a tornado touched down 14.35 miles from the center of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The tornado was rated a category 0 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities.

On 06/02/1998, a tornado touched down 15.95 miles from the center of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The tornado was rated a category 1 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities.

On 06/02/1998, a tornado touched down 18.05 miles from the center of Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. The tornado was rated a category 1 . There were 0 injuries and 0 fatalities.



Storms In Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

  Fatalities Injuries Property
Damage
Crop
Damage
Flooding        
06/27/2006, 04:30 pm 1 0 $100M --
06/27/2006, 03:48 am 0 0 $50K --
11/28/2004, 10:30 am 0 0 $10K --
09/17/2004, 09:30 pm 0 0 $10M --
08/30/2004, 09:55 pm 0 0 $5K --
07/17/2004, 06:40 pm 0 0 $10K --
07/17/2004, 06:30 pm 0 0 $10K --
12/11/2003, 10:30 am 0 0 $50K --
09/04/2003, 07:30 pm 0 0 $100K --
01/01/1908, 12:00 am 0 0 $10M --
         
Lightning        
07/06/1994, 12:00 am 1 0 -- --
         
Thunderstorm Wind        
08/31/1995, 06:15 pm 0 0 $22K --
08/05/1995, 02:00 pm 0 0 $25K --
08/04/1995, 04:15 pm 0 0 $6K --
07/27/1995, 03:45 pm 0 0 $3K --
07/27/1995, 03:15 pm 0 0 $5K --
         





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Crime Analysis

Everyone wants to feel safe. Individuals and families want to remain protected from violent or property crime. The crime data should not be totally relied upon when making a decision on where to live. If you are concerned, visit Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania directly or research local government web sites.

Number of Sex Offenders In Pennsylvania

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
7,199 7,736 9,362 9,730 10,194 10,021 11,236 11,846 13,862 16,682


(updated 2014)



Jails in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania


  • Susquehanna County Jail


    7 Elseworth Drive, Montrose, PA 18801
    Confined: 60
    Avg. Population: 60


(updated 2006)



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