Lycoming County

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Roundtable Leaders

Honorable Joy Reynolds McCoy
(570) 327-2340
Matt Salvatori, Director
(570) 326-7895

Lycoming County has played host to presidents, actors, writers and once to the King and Queen of England. The county is full of many wonderful surprises from the simple charm of general stores and covered bridges to the spectacular beauty of Victorian homes and Gothic towers left over from the lumber boom era.

The terrain of Lycoming's 1,215 square miles is principally drained by the West Branch Susquehanna River and the Lycoming, Loyalsock, Munch, Pine and Little Pine Creeks, located along some of the most scenic and primitive mountain and forest regions in the state. And the fertile farmland is set against the gently rolling backdrop of the Allegheny Mountains. Major employers include health care, government, education and manufacturing.

Lycoming is the home of Little League Baseball and hosts the Little League World Series each year in August. It is also home to Lycoming College, Pennsylvania College of Technology and Newport Business Institute.

Lycoming County

Lycoming County Facts

Population
120,044
Class
5th
Founded
1795
County Seat
Williamsport, PA
Website
www.lyco.org
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