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York County, Pennsylvania

Not to be confused with York City, Pennsylvania.

York County is a county in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2020 census, the population was 456,438. Its county seat is York. The county was created on August 19, 1749, from part of Lancaster County and named either after the Duke of York, an early patron of the Penn family, or for the city and county of York in England.

York County
York County Courthouse
Seal
Location within the U.S. state of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania's location within the U.S.
Coordinates:39°55′N76°44′W /39.92°N 76.73°W /39.92; -76.73
CountryUnited States
StatePennsylvania
FoundedAugust 19, 1749
Named forDuke of York
SeatYork
Largest cityYork
Area
• Total911 sq mi (2,360 km2)
• Land904 sq mi (2,340 km2)
• Water6.5 sq mi (17 km2) 0.7%%
Population
• Total456,438
• Density481.1/sq mi (185.8/km2)
Time zoneUTC−5 (Eastern)
• Summer (DST)UTC−4 (EDT)
Congressional districts10th, 11th
Websiteyorkcountypa.gov

York County comprises the York-Hanover, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Harrisburg-York-Lebanon, Pennsylvania Combined Statistical Area. It is in the Susquehanna Valley, a large fertile agricultural region in South Central Pennsylvania.

Based on the Articles of Confederation having been adopted in York by the Second Continental Congress on November 15, 1777, the local government and business community began referring to York in the 1960s as the first capital of the United States of America. The designation has been debated by historians ever since. Congress considered York, and the borough of Wrightsville, on the eastern side of York County along the Susquehanna River, as a permanent capital of the United States before Washington, D.C., was selected.

Contents

An Oakland Run waterfall near the Mason-Dixon Trail in SE York County

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 911 square miles (2,360 km2), of which 904 square miles (2,340 km2) is land and 6.5 square miles (17 km2) (0.7%) is water. The county is bound to its eastern border by the Susquehanna River. Its southern border is the Mason–Dixon line, which separates Pennsylvania and Maryland. Within the U.S. piedmont region, York County is generally hilly and rises to the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest, where it is bordered by Yellow Breeches Creek. Interior waterways include Codorus and Conewago Creeks, and Lakes Lehman, Kiwanis, Marburg, Pahagaco, Pinchot, Redman, and Williams.

Adjacent counties

Major roads and highways

Climate

Most of York County has a hot-summer humid continental climate (Dfa) and the hardiness zones are 6b and 7a. The latest temperature averages show some low-lying eastern areas of the county to have a humid subtropical climate (Cfa.)

Climate data for York Airport, Pennsylvania (1981–2010 normals, extremes 1997–present)
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °F (°C) 72
(22)
75
(24)
86
(30)
91
(33)
93
(34)
96
(36)
100
(38)
99
(37)
95
(35)
90
(32)
84
(29)
78
(26)
100
(38)
Average high °F (°C) 38.6
(3.7)
41.7
(5.4)
51.5
(10.8)
63.0
(17.2)
72.5
(22.5)
81.1
(27.3)
84.8
(29.3)
83.5
(28.6)
75.9
(24.4)
65.7
(18.7)
54.4
(12.4)
42.3
(5.7)
63.0
(17.2)
Average low °F (°C) 20.6
(−6.3)
22.3
(−5.4)
29.3
(−1.5)
39.0
(3.9)
48.9
(9.4)
58.7
(14.8)
62.8
(17.1)
60.7
(15.9)
52.8
(11.6)
41.4
(5.2)
33.9
(1.1)
24.6
(−4.1)
41.3
(5.2)
Record low °F (°C) −12
(−24)
−12
(−24)
−12
(−24)
17
(−8)
28
(−2)
39
(4)
44
(7)
42
(6)
32
(0)
22
(−6)
12
(−11)
−10
(−23)
−12
(−24)
Average precipitation inches (mm) 2.93
(74)
2.73
(69)
3.51
(89)
3.44
(87)
3.98
(101)
3.34
(85)
3.69
(94)
3.57
(91)
4.26
(108)
3.26
(83)
3.46
(88)
2.97
(75)
41.14
(1,045)
Average snowfall inches (cm) 8.9
(23)
8.1
(21)
3.5
(8.9)
0.5
(1.3)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0
(0)
0.8
(2.0)
3.2
(8.1)
25.0
(64)
Average precipitation days(≥ 0.01 in) 10.0 9.8 11.1 12.1 12.8 11.7 10.9 10.0 9.5 8.4 10.3 10.0 126.6
Average snowy days(≥ 0.1 in) 3.8 2.7 1.5 0.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.5 1.7 10.5
Source: NOAA (snow, precipitation days, and snow days from York 3 SSW Pump Station COOP)
Climate data for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (Harrisburg Capital City Airport) 1991–2020 normals (Records 1939–2021)
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °F (°C) 73
(23)
83
(28)
86
(30)
93
(34)
97
(36)
100
(38)
107
(42)
101
(38)
102
(39)
97
(36)
84
(29)
75
(24)
107
(42)
Average high °F (°C) 40.3
(4.6)
43.2
(6.2)
52.6
(11.4)
64.9
(18.3)
74.7
(23.7)
83.2
(28.4)
87.6
(30.9)
85.4
(29.7)
78.6
(25.9)
66.7
(19.3)
55.1
(12.8)
44.4
(6.9)
64.7
(18.2)
Daily mean °F (°C) 32.6
(0.3)
34.7
(1.5)
43.2
(6.2)
54.1
(12.3)
64.0
(17.8)
73.0
(22.8)
77.5
(25.3)
75.4
(24.1)
68.5
(20.3)
56.7
(13.7)
46.0
(7.8)
37.0
(2.8)
55.2
(12.9)
Average low °F (°C) 24.9
(−3.9)
26.2
(−3.2)
33.9
(1.1)
43.3
(6.3)
53.2
(11.8)
62.8
(17.1)
67.4
(19.7)
65.5
(18.6)
58.4
(14.7)
46.7
(8.2)
37.0
(2.8)
29.5
(−1.4)
45.7
(7.6)
Record low °F (°C) −9
(−23)
−5
(−21)
2
(−17)
19
(−7)
31
(−1)
40
(4)
49
(9)
45
(7)
30
(−1)
23
(−5)
13
(−11)
−8
(−22)
−9
(−23)
Average precipitation inches (mm) 2.64
(67)
2.36
(60)
3.35
(85)
3.70
(94)
3.48
(88)
3.72
(94)
4.30
(109)
3.68
(93)
4.12
(105)
3.68
(93)
2.80
(71)
3.15
(80)
40.98
(1,041)
Average precipitation days(≥ 0.01 in) 9 9 10 12 14 12 12 11 10 11 9 10 127
Source: NOAA
Historical population
Census Pop.
179037,535
180025,643−31.7%
181031,95824.6%
182038,75921.3%
183042,85910.6%
184047,0109.7%
185057,45022.2%
186068,20018.7%
187076,13411.6%
188087,84115.4%
189099,48913.3%
1900116,41317.0%
1910136,40517.2%
1920144,5215.9%
1930167,13515.6%
1940178,0226.5%
1950202,73713.9%
1960238,33617.6%
1970272,60314.4%
1980312,96314.8%
1990339,5748.5%
2000381,75112.4%
2010434,97213.9%
2020456,4384.9%
U.S. Decennial Census
1790–1960 1900–1990
1990–2000 2010–2019
A farm in York County, Pennsylvania

As of the census of 2000, there were 381,751 people, 148,219 households, and 105,531 families residing in the county. The population density was 422 people per square mile (163/km2). There were 156,720 housing units at an average density of 173 per square mile (67/km2). The racial makeup of the county was 92.76% White, 3.69% African American, 0.18% Native American, 0.86% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 1.39% from other races, and 1.10% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.96% of the population. 42.0% were of German, 12.6% American, 7.7% Irish, 6.4% English and 5.1% Italian ancestry. 94.8% spoke English and 2.9% Spanish as their first language.

There were 148,219 households, out of which 32.50% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 58.30% were married couples living together, 9.00% had a female householder with no husband present, and 28.80% were non-families. 23.30% of all households were made up of individuals, and 9.20% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.52 and the average family size was 2.98.

In the county, the population was spread out, with 24.60% under the age of 18, 7.50% from 18 to 24, 30.30% from 25 to 44, 24.00% from 45 to 64, and 13.50% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females there were 96.70 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 93.80 males.

As of 2006, the York-Hanover Metropolitan Statistical Area was the fastest-growing metro area in the Northeast region, and was ranked among the fastest-growing in the nation, according to the "2006 Population Estimates for Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas" (U.S. Census Bureau). The estimates listed York-Hanover as the 95th fastest-growing metro area in the nation, increasing 9.1 percent between 2000 and 2006.

York city had a 77.3 percent increase in the number of residents of Hispanic or Latino origin, based on a comparison of the 2000 and 2010 U.S. census results. The city's 30.9 percent Hispanic population (as of December 2017) is more than that of other places in the area.

York County is home to Martin's Potato Chips in Thomasville, Utz Quality Foods, Inc. in Hanover, Snyder's of Hanover in Hanover, Hanover Foods in Hanover, Gibble's Potato Chips in York, Wolfgang Candy in York, The Bon-Ton in York, Dentsply in York, and a major manufacturing branch of Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

Dialect

The Central Pennsylvania accent and the Susquehanna dialect are the two most commonly heard speech patterns in the county, however there are numerous Mennonites and other persons of Pennsylvania Dutch descent that inhabit the county, who tend to speak with dialects similar to Pennsylvania Dutch English.[citation needed]

The United States Office of Management and Budget has designated York County as the York–Hanover, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The United States Census Bureau ranked the York–Hanover, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area as the 9th most populous in the state of Pennsylvania, and 115th most populous Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in the United States as of July 1, 2012.

The Office of Management and Budget has further designated the York–Hanover MSA as a component of the more extensive Harrisburg–York–Lebanon, PA Combined Statistical Area, the 43rd most populous Combined Statistical Area (CSA) and the 49th most populous primary statistical area of the United States as of July 1, 2012. As of the 2017 estimates, the CSA's 1.26 million people ranks 5th in the state of Pennsylvania.[citation needed]

Prior to 1952, York County was a Democratic stronghold in presidential elections, voting majority Republican only four times since 1880. Starting with the 1952 election, it has become a Republican stronghold with Lyndon Johnson being the lone Democrat to win the county since. Since then, Jimmy Carter in 1976 and Barack Obama in 2008 are the only Democratic presidential candidates who have received over 40% of the county's vote. The only real pockets of Democratic support are in the city of York.

Presidential election results
Presidential election results
Year Republican Democratic Third parties
2020 61.3% 146,733 36.8% 88,114 1.7% 4,205
2016 61.8% 128,528 32.9% 68,524 5.3% 10,977
2012 59.6% 113,304 38.5% 73,191 1.9% 3,510
2008 56.0% 109,268 42.4% 82,839 1.6% 3,179
2004 63.7% 114,270 35.5% 63,701 0.7% 1,298
2000 60.8% 87,652 36.0% 51,958 3.2% 4,676
1996 50.9% 65,188 38.7% 49,596 10.4% 13,372
1992 44.8% 60,130 34.4% 46,113 20.9% 28,002
1988 65.2% 72,408 33.9% 37,691 0.9% 1,017
1984 68.7% 75,020 30.5% 33,359 0.8% 868
1980 60.0% 61,098 32.8% 33,406 7.3% 7,387
1976 56.9% 56,912 41.3% 41,281 1.8% 1,751
1972 68.2% 63,606 29.5% 27,520 2.3% 2,154
1968 55.3% 51,631 35.7% 33,328 9.0% 8,412
1964 36.3% 33,677 63.3% 58,787 0.4% 408
1960 58.6% 55,922 41.0% 39,164 0.4% 393
1956 55.3% 48,176 44.5% 38,743 0.2% 149
1952 52.7% 44,489 46.8% 39,508 0.4% 354
1948 47.3% 32,494 48.5% 33,321 4.2% 2,863
1944 45.8% 32,617 53.7% 38,226 0.4% 315
1940 43.2% 30,228 56.5% 39,543 0.2% 165
1936 38.6% 29,233 59.5% 45,142 1.9% 1,462
1932 44.3% 25,430 51.1% 29,313 4.6% 2,622
1928 79.6% 45,791 19.5% 11,216 0.9% 522
1924 56.2% 23,044 38.0% 15,600 5.8% 2,395
1920 55.7% 19,879 40.4% 14,396 3.9% 1,404
1916 40.1% 12,276 53.3% 16,314 6.6% 2,008
1912 17.4% 5,251 49.6% 14,979 33.0% 9,965
1908 47.5% 14,610 49.3% 15,171 3.2% 990
1904 51.9% 14,837 45.4% 12,996 2.7% 781
1900 46.3% 12,327 51.6% 13,732 2.2% 572
1896 47.0% 12,258 50.1% 13,054 2.9% 748
1892 40.6% 9,052 57.5% 12,822 1.9% 426
1888 41.7% 9,047 56.9% 12,359 1.4% 301
1884 40.6% 8,014 58.6% 11,552 0.6% 132
1880 40.4% 7,870 59.4% 11,581 0.0% 17

As of November 1, 2021, there are 305,382 registered voters in York County.

County commissioners

  • Julie Wheeler, President, Republican
  • Ron Smith, Republican
  • Doug Hoke, Vice President, Democrat

Other county offices

  • Clerk of Courts, Dan Byrnes, Republican
  • Controller, Greg Bower, Republican
  • Coroner, Pamela Gay, Republican
  • District Attorney, David Sunday, Republican
  • Prothonotary, Allison Blew, Republican
  • Recorder of Deeds, Laura Shue, Republican
  • Register of Wills, Bryan Tate, Republican
  • Sheriff, Richard P. Keuerleber III, Republican
  • Treasurer, Barbara Bair, Republican

State House of Representatives

State Senate

United States House of Representatives

District Representative Party
10 Scott Perry Republican
11 Lloyd Smucker Republican

United States Senate

Map of York County, Pennsylvania School Districts

Public school districts

Vocational school

Public charter schools

  • Crispus Attucks Youthbuild Charter School (K–6) – York
  • Helen Thackston Charter School (6–12) – York
  • Lincoln Charter School (K–5) – York
  • New Hope Academy Charter School (K–6) – York
  • York Academy Regional Charter School
  • York Adams Academy (formerly York County High School)

Independent schools

  • Christian School of York (PreK–12)
  • Keystone Christian Academy York (K–8)
  • Logos Academy York (K–12)
  • St. Joseph School Hanover (PreK–8)
  • St. Joseph School (PreK–6)
  • St. John the Baptist Catholic School New Freedom (PreK–6)
  • Shrewsbury Christian Academy New Freedom (PreK–8)
  • Tidings of Peace Christian School York (K–12)
  • York Catholic High School (7–12)
  • York Country Day School (PreK–12)

Intermediate Unit

Lincoln Intermediate Unit (IU#12) region includes: Adams County, Franklin County and York County. The agency offers school districts, home schooled students and private schools many services including: special education services, combined purchasing, and instructional technology services. It runs Summer Academy which offers both art and academic strands designed to meet the individual needs of gifted, talented and high achieving students. Additional services include: Curriculum Mapping, Professional Development for school employees, Adult Education, Nonpublic School Services, Business Services, Migrant & ESL (English as a Second Language), Instructional Services, Management Services, and Technology Services. It also provides a GED program to adults who want to earn a high school diploma and literacy programs. The Lincoln Intermediate Unit is governed by a 13-member Board of Directors, each a member of a local school board from the 25 school districts. Board members are elected by school directors of all 25 school districts for three-year terms that begin the first day of July. There are 29 intermediate units in Pennsylvania. They are funded by school districts, state and federal program specific funding and grants. IUs do not have the power to tax.

Colleges and universities

Adult education

Map of York County, Pennsylvania with Municipal Labels showing Cities and Boroughs (red), Townships (white), and Census-designated places (blue).

Under Pennsylvania law, there are four types of incorporated municipalities: cities, boroughs, townships, and, in only one case, towns. York County has 72 of these. The following cities, boroughs and townships are in York County:

City

Boroughs

Townships

Census-designated places

Census-designated places are unincorporated communities designated by the U.S. Census Bureau for the purposes of compiling demographic data. They are not actual jurisdictions under Pennsylvania law.

Other unincorporated communities

Population ranking

The population ranking of the following table is based on the 2010 census of York County.

county seat

Rank City/Town/etc. Municipal type Population (2010 Census)
1 York City 43,718
2 Hanover Borough 15,289
3 Weigelstown CDP 12,875
4 Shiloh CDP 11,218
5 East York CDP 8,777
6 Parkville CDP 6,706
7 Red Lion Borough 6,373
8 Spry CDP 4,891
9 West York Borough 4,617
10 New Freedom Borough 4,464
11 Dallastown Borough 4,049
12 Shrewsbury Borough 3,823
13 Grantley CDP 3,628
14 Valley Green CDP 3,429
15 Valley View CDP 2,817
16 Manchester Borough 2,763
17 Hallam Borough 2,673
18 Emigsville CDP 2,672
19 Dillsburg Borough 2,563
20 Stonybrook CDP 2,384
21 Wrightsville Borough 2,310
22 Susquehanna Trails CDP 2,264
23 Spring Grove Borough 2,167
24 Stewartstown Borough 2,089
25 Glen Rock Borough 2,025
26 Dover Borough 2,007
27 Pennville CDP 1,947
28 North York Borough 1,914
29 Yorklyn CDP 1,912
30 Tyler Run CDP 1,901
31 Jacobus Borough 1,841
32 Queens Gate CDP 1,464
33 Mount Wolf Borough 1,393
34 Windsor Borough 1,319
35 Loganville Borough 1,240
36 Yoe Borough 1,018
37 Goldsboro Borough 952
38 East Prospect Borough 905
39 New Market CDP 816
40 Jefferson Borough 733
41 Delta Borough 728
42 York Haven Borough 709
43 Winterstown Borough 632
44 New Salem Borough 579
45 Seven Valleys Borough 517
46 Cross Roads Borough 512
47 Felton Borough 506
48 Franklintown Borough 489
49 Fawn Grove Borough 452
50 Lewisberry Borough 362
51 Railroad Borough 278
52 Wellsville Borough 242
53 Yorkana Borough 229

Although York County has no scheduled passenger air service, it has two general-aviation airports: Capital City Airport in Fairview Township in the extreme north and York Airport near Thomasville aouth of US 30. The county participates in the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority with Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, and Franklin Counties. The closest passenger service is at Harrisburg International Airport, Lancaster County Airport, and BWI.

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Coordinates: 39°55′N76°44′W /39.92°N 76.73°W /39.92; -76.73

York County, Pennsylvania
York County Pennsylvania Article Talk Language Watch Edit Not to be confused with York City Pennsylvania York County is a county in the U S state of Pennsylvania As of the 2020 census the population was 456 438 1 Its county seat is York 2 The county was created on August 19 1749 from part of Lancaster County and named either after the Duke of York an early patron of the Penn family or for the city and county of York in England York CountyU S countyYork County CourthouseSealLocation within the U S state of PennsylvaniaPennsylvania s location within the U S Coordinates 39 55 N 76 44 W 39 92 N 76 73 W 39 92 76 73Country United StatesState PennsylvaniaFoundedAugust 19 1749Named forDuke of YorkSeatYorkLargest cityYorkArea Total911 sq mi 2 360 km2 Land904 sq mi 2 340 km2 Water6 5 sq mi 17 km2 0 7 Population 2020 Total456 438 Density481 1 sq mi 185 8 km2 Time zoneUTC 5 Eastern Summer DST UTC 4 EDT Congressional districts10th 11thWebsiteyorkcountypa wbr gov York County comprises the York Hanover Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area which is also included in the Harrisburg York Lebanon Pennsylvania Combined Statistical Area It is in the Susquehanna Valley a large fertile agricultural region in South Central Pennsylvania Based on the Articles of Confederation having been adopted in York by the Second Continental Congress on November 15 1777 the local government and business community began referring to York in the 1960s as the first capital of the United States of America The designation has been debated by historians ever since 3 Congress considered York and the borough of Wrightsville on the eastern side of York County along the Susquehanna River as a permanent capital of the United States before Washington D C was selected 4 Contents 1 Geography 1 1 Adjacent counties 1 2 Major roads and highways 1 3 Climate 2 Demographics 2 1 Dialect 3 Metropolitan Statistical Area 4 Politics and government 4 1 County commissioners 4 2 Other county offices 4 3 State House of Representatives 4 4 State Senate 4 5 United States House of Representatives 4 6 United States Senate 5 Education 5 1 Public school districts 5 2 Vocational school 5 3 Public charter schools 5 4 Independent schools 5 5 Intermediate Unit 5 6 Colleges and universities 5 7 Adult education 6 Communities 6 1 City 6 2 Boroughs 6 3 Townships 6 4 Census designated places 6 5 Other unincorporated communities 6 6 Population ranking 7 Airports 8 Notable people 9 See also 10 References 11 Further reading 12 External linksGeography Edit An Oakland Run waterfall near the Mason Dixon Trail in SE York County According to the U S Census Bureau the county has a total area of 911 square miles 2 360 km2 of which 904 square miles 2 340 km2 is land and 6 5 square miles 17 km2 0 7 is water 5 The county is bound to its eastern border by the Susquehanna River Its southern border is the Mason Dixon line which separates Pennsylvania and Maryland Within the U S piedmont region York County is generally hilly and rises to the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest where it is bordered by Yellow Breeches Creek Interior waterways include Codorus and Conewago Creeks and Lakes Lehman 6 Kiwanis Marburg Pahagaco Pinchot Redman and Williams 7 Adjacent counties Edit Cumberland County north Dauphin County northeast Lancaster County east Harford County Maryland southeast Baltimore County Maryland south Carroll County Maryland southwest Adams County west Major roads and highways Edit I 76 Penna Turnpike I 83 I 83 BL US 15 US 30 PA 24 PA 74 PA 94 PA 114 PA 116 PA 124 PA 177 PA 181 PA 182 PA 194 PA 214 PA 216 PA 234 PA 238 PA 262 PA 297 PA 372 PA 382 PA 392 PA 425 PA 462 PA 516 PA 616 PA 624 PA 851 PA 921 Climate Edit Most of York County has a hot summer humid continental climate Dfa and the hardiness zones are 6b and 7a The latest temperature averages show some low lying eastern areas of the county to have a humid subtropical climate Cfa Climate data for York Airport Pennsylvania 1981 2010 normals extremes 1997 present Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec YearRecord high F C 72 22 75 24 86 30 91 33 93 34 96 36 100 38 99 37 95 35 90 32 84 29 78 26 100 38 Average high F C 38 6 3 7 41 7 5 4 51 5 10 8 63 0 17 2 72 5 22 5 81 1 27 3 84 8 29 3 83 5 28 6 75 9 24 4 65 7 18 7 54 4 12 4 42 3 5 7 63 0 17 2 Average low F C 20 6 6 3 22 3 5 4 29 3 1 5 39 0 3 9 48 9 9 4 58 7 14 8 62 8 17 1 60 7 15 9 52 8 11 6 41 4 5 2 33 9 1 1 24 6 4 1 41 3 5 2 Record low F C 12 24 12 24 12 24 17 8 28 2 39 4 44 7 42 6 32 0 22 6 12 11 10 23 12 24 Average precipitation inches mm 2 93 74 2 73 69 3 51 89 3 44 87 3 98 101 3 34 85 3 69 94 3 57 91 4 26 108 3 26 83 3 46 88 2 97 75 41 14 1 045 Average snowfall inches cm 8 9 23 8 1 21 3 5 8 9 0 5 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 0 3 2 8 1 25 0 64 Average precipitation days 0 01 in 10 0 9 8 11 1 12 1 12 8 11 7 10 9 10 0 9 5 8 4 10 3 10 0 126 6Average snowy days 0 1 in 3 8 2 7 1 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 7 10 5Source NOAA snow precipitation days and snow days from York 3 SSW Pump Station COOP 8 9 10 Climate data for Harrisburg Pennsylvania Harrisburg Capital City Airport 1991 2020 normals Records 1939 2021 Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec YearRecord high F C 73 23 83 28 86 30 93 34 97 36 100 38 107 42 101 38 102 39 97 36 84 29 75 24 107 42 Average high F C 40 3 4 6 43 2 6 2 52 6 11 4 64 9 18 3 74 7 23 7 83 2 28 4 87 6 30 9 85 4 29 7 78 6 25 9 66 7 19 3 55 1 12 8 44 4 6 9 64 7 18 2 Daily mean F C 32 6 0 3 34 7 1 5 43 2 6 2 54 1 12 3 64 0 17 8 73 0 22 8 77 5 25 3 75 4 24 1 68 5 20 3 56 7 13 7 46 0 7 8 37 0 2 8 55 2 12 9 Average low F C 24 9 3 9 26 2 3 2 33 9 1 1 43 3 6 3 53 2 11 8 62 8 17 1 67 4 19 7 65 5 18 6 58 4 14 7 46 7 8 2 37 0 2 8 29 5 1 4 45 7 7 6 Record low F C 9 23 5 21 2 17 19 7 31 1 40 4 49 9 45 7 30 1 23 5 13 11 8 22 9 23 Average precipitation inches mm 2 64 67 2 36 60 3 35 85 3 70 94 3 48 88 3 72 94 4 30 109 3 68 93 4 12 105 3 68 93 2 80 71 3 15 80 40 98 1 041 Average precipitation days 0 01 in 9 9 10 12 14 12 12 11 10 11 9 10 127Source NOAA 11 Demographics EditHistorical populationCensus Pop 179037 535 180025 643 31 7 181031 95824 6 182038 75921 3 183042 85910 6 184047 0109 7 185057 45022 2 186068 20018 7 187076 13411 6 188087 84115 4 189099 48913 3 1900116 41317 0 1910136 40517 2 1920144 5215 9 1930167 13515 6 1940178 0226 5 1950202 73713 9 1960238 33617 6 1970272 60314 4 1980312 96314 8 1990339 5748 5 2000381 75112 4 2010434 97213 9 2020456 4384 9 U S Decennial Census 12 1790 1960 13 1900 1990 14 1990 2000 15 2010 2019 1 A farm in York County Pennsylvania As of the census 16 of 2000 there were 381 751 people 148 219 households and 105 531 families residing in the county The population density was 422 people per square mile 163 km2 There were 156 720 housing units at an average density of 173 per square mile 67 km2 The racial makeup of the county was 92 76 White 3 69 African American 0 18 Native American 0 86 Asian 0 03 Pacific Islander 1 39 from other races and 1 10 from two or more races Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2 96 of the population 42 0 were of German 12 6 American 7 7 Irish 6 4 English and 5 1 Italian ancestry 94 8 spoke English and 2 9 Spanish as their first language There were 148 219 households out of which 32 50 had children under the age of 18 living with them 58 30 were married couples living together 9 00 had a female householder with no husband present and 28 80 were non families 23 30 of all households were made up of individuals and 9 20 had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older The average household size was 2 52 and the average family size was 2 98 In the county the population was spread out with 24 60 under the age of 18 7 50 from 18 to 24 30 30 from 25 to 44 24 00 from 45 to 64 and 13 50 who were 65 years of age or older The median age was 38 years For every 100 females there were 96 70 males For every 100 females age 18 and over there were 93 80 males As of 2006 the York Hanover Metropolitan Statistical Area was the fastest growing metro area in the Northeast region and was ranked among the fastest growing in the nation according to the 2006 Population Estimates for Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas U S Census Bureau The estimates listed York Hanover as the 95th fastest growing metro area in the nation increasing 9 1 percent between 2000 and 2006 York city had a 77 3 percent increase in the number of residents of Hispanic or Latino origin based on a comparison of the 2000 and 2010 U S census results 17 The city s 30 9 percent Hispanic population as of December 2017 is more than that of other places in the area 18 York County is home to Martin s Potato Chips in Thomasville Utz Quality Foods Inc in Hanover Snyder s of Hanover in Hanover Hanover Foods in Hanover Gibble s Potato Chips in York Wolfgang Candy in York The Bon Ton in York Dentsply in York and a major manufacturing branch of Harley Davidson Motor Company Dialect Edit The Central Pennsylvania accent and the Susquehanna dialect are the two most commonly heard speech patterns in the county however there are numerous Mennonites and other persons of Pennsylvania Dutch descent that inhabit the county who tend to speak with dialects similar to Pennsylvania Dutch English citation needed Metropolitan Statistical Area EditThe United States Office of Management and Budget has designated York County as the York Hanover PA Metropolitan Statistical Area 19 The United States Census Bureau ranked the York Hanover PA Metropolitan Statistical Area as the 9th most populous in the state of Pennsylvania and 115th most populous Metropolitan Statistical Area MSA in the United States as of July 1 2012 20 The Office of Management and Budget has further designated the York Hanover MSA as a component of the more extensive Harrisburg York Lebanon PA Combined Statistical Area 19 the 43rd most populous Combined Statistical Area CSA and the 49th most populous primary statistical area of the United States as of July 1 2012 20 21 As of the 2017 estimates the CSA s 1 26 million people ranks 5th in the state of Pennsylvania citation needed Politics and government EditPrior to 1952 York County was a Democratic stronghold in presidential elections voting majority Republican only four times since 1880 Starting with the 1952 election it has become a Republican stronghold with Lyndon Johnson being the lone Democrat to win the county since Since then Jimmy Carter in 1976 and Barack Obama in 2008 are the only Democratic presidential candidates who have received over 40 of the county s vote The only real pockets of Democratic support are in the city of York Presidential election resultsPresidential election results 22 Year Republican Democratic Third parties2020 61 3 146 733 36 8 88 114 1 7 4 2052016 61 8 128 528 32 9 68 524 5 3 10 9772012 59 6 113 304 38 5 73 191 1 9 3 5102008 56 0 109 268 42 4 82 839 1 6 3 1792004 63 7 114 270 35 5 63 701 0 7 1 2982000 60 8 87 652 36 0 51 958 3 2 4 6761996 50 9 65 188 38 7 49 596 10 4 13 3721992 44 8 60 130 34 4 46 113 20 9 28 0021988 65 2 72 408 33 9 37 691 0 9 1 0171984 68 7 75 020 30 5 33 359 0 8 8681980 60 0 61 098 32 8 33 406 7 3 7 3871976 56 9 56 912 41 3 41 281 1 8 1 7511972 68 2 63 606 29 5 27 520 2 3 2 1541968 55 3 51 631 35 7 33 328 9 0 8 4121964 36 3 33 677 63 3 58 787 0 4 4081960 58 6 55 922 41 0 39 164 0 4 3931956 55 3 48 176 44 5 38 743 0 2 1491952 52 7 44 489 46 8 39 508 0 4 3541948 47 3 32 494 48 5 33 321 4 2 2 8631944 45 8 32 617 53 7 38 226 0 4 3151940 43 2 30 228 56 5 39 543 0 2 1651936 38 6 29 233 59 5 45 142 1 9 1 4621932 44 3 25 430 51 1 29 313 4 6 2 6221928 79 6 45 791 19 5 11 216 0 9 5221924 56 2 23 044 38 0 15 600 5 8 2 3951920 55 7 19 879 40 4 14 396 3 9 1 4041916 40 1 12 276 53 3 16 314 6 6 2 0081912 17 4 5 251 49 6 14 979 33 0 9 9651908 47 5 14 610 49 3 15 171 3 2 9901904 51 9 14 837 45 4 12 996 2 7 7811900 46 3 12 327 51 6 13 732 2 2 5721896 47 0 12 258 50 1 13 054 2 9 7481892 40 6 9 052 57 5 12 822 1 9 4261888 41 7 9 047 56 9 12 359 1 4 3011884 40 6 8 014 58 6 11 552 0 6 1321880 40 4 7 870 59 4 11 581 0 0 17 As of November 1 2021 there are 305 382 registered voters in York County 23 Republican 157 182 51 47 Democratic 98 431 32 23 Independent 40 278 13 19 Third Party 9 491 3 11 County commissioners Edit Julie Wheeler President Republican Ron Smith Republican Doug Hoke Vice President Democrat 24 Other county offices Edit Clerk of Courts Dan Byrnes Republican 25 Controller Greg Bower Republican Coroner Pamela Gay Republican 26 District Attorney David Sunday Republican 27 Prothonotary Allison Blew Republican 28 Recorder of Deeds Laura Shue Republican 29 Register of Wills Bryan Tate Republican 30 Sheriff Richard P Keuerleber III Republican 31 Treasurer Barbara Bair Republican 32 33 State House of Representatives Edit District Representative 34 Party47 Keith J Gillespie Republican92 Dawn Keefer Republican93 Mike Jones Republican94 Stanley E Saylor Republican95 Carol Hill Evans Democratic169 Kate Klunk Republican193 Will Tallman Republican196 Seth Grove RepublicanState Senate Edit District Senator Party28 Kristin Phillips Hill Republican31 Mike Regan Republican33 Doug Mastriano Republican48 Chris Gebhard RepublicanUnited States House of Representatives Edit District Representative 33 Party10 Scott Perry Republican11 Lloyd Smucker RepublicanUnited States Senate Edit Senator PartyBob Casey DemocraticPat Toomey RepublicanEducation Edit Map of York County Pennsylvania School Districts Public school districts Edit Central York School District Dallastown Area School District Dover Area School District Eastern York School District Hanover Public School District Northeastern York School District Northern York County School District Red Lion Area School District South Eastern School District South Western School District Southern York County School District Spring Grove Area School District West Shore School District West York Area School District York City School District York Suburban School District Vocational school Edit York County School of TechnologyPublic charter schools Edit Crispus Attucks Youthbuild Charter School K 6 York Helen Thackston Charter School 6 12 York 35 Lincoln Charter School K 5 York New Hope Academy Charter School K 6 York York Academy Regional Charter School York Adams Academy formerly York County High School Independent schools Edit Christian School of York PreK 12 Keystone Christian Academy York K 8 Logos Academy York K 12 St Joseph School Hanover PreK 8 St Joseph School PreK 6 St John the Baptist Catholic School New Freedom PreK 6 Shrewsbury Christian Academy New Freedom PreK 8 Tidings of Peace Christian School York K 12 York Catholic High School 7 12 York Country Day School PreK 12 Intermediate Unit Edit Lincoln Intermediate Unit IU 12 region includes Adams County Franklin County and York County The agency offers school districts home schooled students and private schools many services including special education services combined purchasing and instructional technology services It runs Summer Academy which offers both art and academic strands designed to meet the individual needs of gifted talented and high achieving students Additional services include Curriculum Mapping Professional Development for school employees Adult Education Nonpublic School Services Business Services Migrant amp ESL English as a Second Language Instructional Services Management Services and Technology Services It also provides a GED program to adults who want to earn a high school diploma and literacy programs The Lincoln Intermediate Unit is governed by a 13 member Board of Directors each a member of a local school board from the 25 school districts Board members are elected by school directors of all 25 school districts for three year terms that begin the first day of July 36 There are 29 intermediate units in Pennsylvania They are funded by school districts state and federal program specific funding and grants IUs do not have the power to tax Colleges and universities Edit Pennsylvania State University Penn State York campus Harrisburg Area Community College York Campus The Art Institute of York Closed September 23 2017 York College of Pennsylvania YTI Career Institute YTI York Technical Institute Yorktowne Business Institute Closed 2015 Adult education Edit YTI Career Institute Motorcycle Technology Center York Time InstituteCommunities Edit Map of York County Pennsylvania with Municipal Labels showing Cities and Boroughs red Townships white and Census designated places blue Under Pennsylvania law there are four types of incorporated municipalities cities boroughs townships and in only one case towns York County has 72 of these The following cities boroughs and townships are in York County City Edit York county seat Boroughs Edit Cross Roads Dallastown Delta Dillsburg Dover East Prospect Fawn Grove Felton Franklintown Glen Rock Goldsboro Hallam Hanover Jacobus Jefferson Lewisberry Loganville Manchester Mount Wolf New Freedom New Salem North York Railroad Red Lion Seven Valleys Shrewsbury Spring Grove Stewartstown Wellsville West York Windsor Winterstown Wrightsville Yoe York Haven Yorkana Townships Edit Carroll Chanceford Codorus Conewago Dover East Hopewell East Manchester Fairview Fawn Franklin Heidelberg Hellam Hopewell Jackson Lower Chanceford Lower Windsor Manchester Manheim Monaghan Newberry North Codorus North Hopewell Paradise Peach Bottom Penn Shrewsbury Spring Garden Springettsbury Springfield Warrington Washington West Manchester West Manheim Windsor York Census designated places Edit Census designated places are unincorporated communities designated by the U S Census Bureau for the purposes of compiling demographic data They are not actual jurisdictions under Pennsylvania law East York Emigsville Grantley New Market Parkville Pennville Pleasureville Queens Gate Shiloh Spry Stonybrook Susquehanna Trails Tyler Run Valley Green Valley View Weigelstown Yorklyn Other unincorporated communities Edit Accomac Admire Airville Ambau Andersontown Bandanna Bermudian Big Mountain Blackrock Bridgeville Brogue Bryansville Cly Craley Codorus Furnace Conewago Heights Davidsburg Detters Mill Etters Fayfield Fireside Terrace Foustown Fuhrmans Mill Gatchellville Glades Glenville Gnatstown Hametown Hanover Junction Hopewell Center Kralltown Leaders Heights Leibharts Corner Lockport under Lake Clarke Mackey Ford Mount Royal Muddy Creek Forks New Bridgeville New Park Nauvoo Ore Valley Porters Sideling Reesers Summit Rossville Saginaw Shenks Ferry Siddonsburg Spring Forge Starview Stoverstown Strickler Strinestown Sunnyburn Thomasville Tolna Valley Forge Violet Hill Wago Junction Woodbine Yocumtown York Furnace Population ranking Edit The population ranking of the following table is based on the 2010 census of York County 37 county seat Rank City Town etc Municipal type Population 2010 Census 1 York City 43 7182 Hanover Borough 15 2893 Weigelstown CDP 12 8754 Shiloh CDP 11 2185 East York CDP 8 7776 Parkville CDP 6 7067 Red Lion Borough 6 3738 Spry CDP 4 8919 West York Borough 4 61710 New Freedom Borough 4 46411 Dallastown Borough 4 04912 Shrewsbury Borough 3 82313 Grantley CDP 3 62814 Valley Green CDP 3 42915 Valley View CDP 2 81716 Manchester Borough 2 76317 Hallam Borough 2 67318 Emigsville CDP 2 67219 Dillsburg Borough 2 56320 Stonybrook CDP 2 38421 Wrightsville Borough 2 31022 Susquehanna Trails CDP 2 26423 Spring Grove Borough 2 16724 Stewartstown Borough 2 08925 Glen Rock Borough 2 02526 Dover Borough 2 00727 Pennville CDP 1 94728 North York Borough 1 91429 Yorklyn CDP 1 91230 Tyler Run CDP 1 90131 Jacobus Borough 1 84132 Queens Gate CDP 1 46433 Mount Wolf Borough 1 39334 Windsor Borough 1 31935 Loganville Borough 1 24036 Yoe Borough 1 01837 Goldsboro Borough 95238 East Prospect Borough 90539 New Market CDP 81640 Jefferson Borough 73341 Delta Borough 72842 York Haven Borough 70943 Winterstown Borough 63244 New Salem Borough 57945 Seven Valleys Borough 51746 Cross Roads Borough 51247 Felton Borough 50648 Franklintown Borough 48949 Fawn Grove Borough 45250 Lewisberry Borough 36251 Railroad Borough 27852 Wellsville Borough 24253 Yorkana Borough 229Airports EditAlthough York County has no scheduled passenger air service it has two general aviation airports Capital City Airport in Fairview Township in the extreme north and York Airport near Thomasville aouth of US 30 The county participates in the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority with Adams Cumberland Dauphin and Franklin Counties The closest passenger service is at Harrisburg International Airport Lancaster County Airport and BWI Notable people EditJohn Andrews United States Navy sailor awarded the Medal of Honor for actions during the Korean Expedition in 1872 born in York County Caitlan Coleman a hostage in Afghanistan for five years during which time she gave birth to four children Jacob L Devers four star lieutenant general during World War II Commanded the 6th Army Group during the invasion of southern France known as Operation Dragoon among other assignments Hali Flickinger Olympic swimmer 38 Halestorm rock band hailing from Red Lion Mike Hawthorne comic book artist known for his work on books such as Deadpool Bob Hoffman founder of York Barbell U S weightlifter named Father of World Weightlifting by the International Weightlifting Federation Steve Hoffman former NFL coach Brian Keene best selling novelist James Kelly member of the United States House of Representatives from 1805 to 1809 Jeff Koons American artist and sculptor John Kuhn NFL football player George M Leader 36th governor of Pennsylvania Live popular rock band of the 1990s Ken Ludwig playwright and theatre director Del McCoury raised in York County became leader of the Grammy award winning bluegrass Del McCoury Band His two sons Ronnie McCoury and Rob McCoury graduates of Susquehannock High School also play in the band DeWolfe Miller III vice admiral and Commander Naval Air Forces 39 Cameron Mitchell actor born in Dallastown Todd Platts attorney and Republican Party politician H B Reese inventor of Reese s Peanut Butter Cups 40 Evan Sharp co founder of Pinterest Craig Sheffer actor James Alonzo Stahle member of the U S House of Representatives from 1895 to 1897 Tom Wolf 47th governor of PennsylvaniaSee also EditCresap s War National Register of Historic Places listings in York County Pennsylvania Rabbit Transit Rehmeyer s Hollow location of the 1928 Hex Hollow murder US 30 DinerReferences Edit a b U S Census Bureau QuickFacts United States United States Census Bureau Retrieved August 12 2021 Find a County National Association of Counties Retrieved July 2 2016 McClure Jim December 9 2007 York The first capital of the United States York Town Square York Daily Record Sunday News Retrieved May 17 2009 1776 1789 York Daily Record Sunday News September 14 2006 Retrieved May 16 2009 2010 Census Gazetteer Files United States Census Bureau August 22 2012 Retrieved March 11 2015 https pennsylvania hometownlocator com maps feature map ftc 2 fid 1194388 n lake 20lehman cfm York County Pennsylvania Encyclopaedia Britannica Retrieved May 26 2020 NowData NOAA Online Weather Data National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Retrieved July 23 2015 Station Name PA YORK AP National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Retrieved July 23 2015 Station Name PA YORK 3 SSW PUMP STN National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Retrieved July 23 2015 NowData NOAA Online Weather Data National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Retrieved May 12 2021 U S Decennial Census United States Census Bureau Retrieved March 11 2015 Historical Census Browser University of Virginia Library Retrieved March 11 2015 Forstall Richard L ed March 24 1995 Population of Counties by Decennial Census 1900 to 1990 United States Census Bureau Retrieved March 11 2015 Census 2000 PHC T 4 Ranking Tables for Counties 1990 and 2000 PDF United States Census Bureau April 2 2001 Retrieved March 11 2015 U S Census website United States Census Bureau Retrieved May 14 2011 York Pennsylvania Population Census 2010 and 2000 Interactive Map Demographics Statistics Quick Facts CensusViewer Retrieved May 28 2018 York Pennsylvania Demographics Data TownCharts Retrieved May 28 2018 York shows it has 30 9 people who are Hispanic or Latino which is more than all other places in the area a b OMB Bulletin No 13 01 Revised Delineations of Metropolitan Statistical Areas Micropolitan Statistical Areas and Combined Statistical Areas and Guidance on Uses of the Delineations of These Areas PDF Office of Management and Budget February 28 2013 Archived PDF from the original on January 21 2017 Retrieved March 20 2013 via National Archives a b Table 1 Annual Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas April 1 2010 to July 1 2012 2012 Population Estimates United States Census Bureau Population Division March 2013 Archived from the original CSV on April 1 2013 Retrieved March 20 2013 Table 2 Annual Estimates of the Population of Combined Statistical Areas April 1 2010 to July 1 2012 2012 Population Estimates United States Census Bureau Population Division March 2013 Archived from the original CSV on May 17 2013 Retrieved March 20 2013 Leip David Dave Leip s Atlas of U S Presidential Elections uselectionatlas org Retrieved November 29 2018 Voter registration statistics by county November 2 2021 Dos state pa us Retrieved on November 2 2021 Past Commissioners York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 Chief Clerk York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 Coroner York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 District Attorney of York County Pennsylvania York District Attorney Retrieved March 6 2020 Prothonotory York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 Recorder of Deeds York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 Register of Wills York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 Sheriff s Office About Us York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 Treasurer York County Pennsylvania Retrieved March 6 2020 a b Elected Officials York County Republican Committee Retrieved March 6 2020 Members of the House Pennsylvania House of Representatives Retrieved July 13 2013 Pennsylvania Operating Charter Schools 2009 10 Pennsylvania Department of Education Report September 2009 Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 iu12 org Archived from the original on May 5 2010 Retrieved April 24 2010 2010 U S Census website United States Census Bureau Retrieved February 10 2013 Maisel Matt June 18 2021 York County s Hali Flickinger Olympics bound after 200M butterfly win at U S Trials FOX43 Retrieved July 21 2021 Freireich Gordon How York shaped three star Admiral Chip Miller York Daily Record Retrieved August 27 2020 Snickers Surging to Top of Global Candy Race Ad Age September 20 2012 Retrieved March 17 2018 Further reading EditGibson John ed A Biographical History of York County Pennsylvania Genealogical Publishing Com 1886 Online archive org Marcello Ronald E Small Town America in World War II War Stories from Wrightsville Pennsylvania University of North Texas Press 2014 452 pp ISBN 9781574415513 Prowell George Reeser History of York County Pennsylvania Vol 1 JH Beers 1907 Online Vol 1 google books archive org Vol 2 archive org Sheets Georg R York County To the Setting of the Sun An Illustrated History American Historical Press 2nd Edition 2002 External links EditYork County official websiteWikimedia Commons has media related to York County Pennsylvania Coordinates 39 55 N 76 44 W 39 92 N 76 73 W 39 92 76 73 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title York County Pennsylvania amp oldid 1055139054, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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