Susquehanna County

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Roundtable Leaders

Honorable Jason Legg
(570) 278-4600
Michelle Graziano, Director
(570) 278-4600

Historically Susquehanna County was a famous stop on the Underground Railroad, as slaves made their way north to freedom. Today Susquehanna County's 824 square miles of mountains and valleys are known for bluestone quarries and timber. Elk Mountain, the highest peak in Pennsylvania has 27 trails for skiers from novice to advanced. The Susquehanna River begins its course through Pennsylvania in the county.

Susquehanna County is proud of its reputation for friendliness and hospitality, a place where visitors are always welcome.

Susquehanna County

Susquehanna County Facts

Population
42,238
Class
6th
Founded
1810
County Seat
Montrose, PA
Website
www.susqco.com
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