Bucks County

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Roundtable Leaders

Honorable Robert Mellon
(215) 348-6700
Lynne Rainey, CYS Director
(215) 348-6900

Bucks County was founded by William Penn in 1682 as Pennsylvania's first county. Steeped in history at nearly every turn of the road, the county's 625 square miles have rich farmland and rolling hills, covered bridges and picturesque villages. It also has vibrant industry and commerce, linked by an excellent transportation network to the great metropolitan centers of the northeast.

Bucks County

Bucks County Facts

Population
600,000
Class
2ndA
Founded
1682
County Seat
Doylestown, PA
Website
www.buckscounty.org
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