Brownsville Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Brownsville: Borough in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States

About

Brownsville is a city located in the county of Franklin in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Its population at the 2010 census was 2,331 and a population density of 2,139 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 2,203 inhabitants.

The city was created 236 years ago in 1784.

Geography

Brownsville is located at 39°54'3"N 77°31'16"W (39.9009300, -77.5211000).

Brownsville map

Brownsville Quick Facts

Population : 2,203 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Pennsylvania (United States)
County : Franklin County
Postal code : 15417
Phone Area Codes : 724
Area : 1.09 km2
Altitude : 909 feet / 277 meters
Establishment : January 01, 1785 (236 years ago)
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 07:02:40 (23rd October 2021)
Density : 2,021 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -5.81% (2010-2020)

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Brownsville decreased by 5.81% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 2,331 - census
2011 2,335 0.17% estimation process
2012 2,322 -0.56% estimation process
2013 2,312 -0.43% estimation process
2014 2,303 -0.39% estimation process
2015 2,291 -0.52% estimation process
2016 2,276 -0.66% estimation process
2017 2,257 -0.84% estimation process
2018 2,240 -0.76% estimation process
2019 2,226 -0.63% estimation process
2020 2,203 -1.04% estimation process

Brownsville zip code is 15417. County name: Fayette, County fips: 42051

Africa, Brownsville

People born in Brownsville (27)

People born in Brownsville, including racecar driver Andy Linden, anthropologist, university professor, magazine editor George Marcus, politician Amos Townsend, you can see a list of people who born in Brownsville.

  • Bill Eadie (American professional wrestler) he was born in 27/12/1947
  • Samuel J. R. McMillan (American politician) he was born in 22/02/1826
  • John Brashear (American astronomer and instrument builder) he was born in 24/11/1840
  • Andy Gresh (American sports broadcaster) he was born in 01/10/1974
  • Benjamin W. Arnett (American educator, minister, bishop and elected official) he was born in 06/03/1838
  • Connie Maine (American politician) she was born in 28/10/1942
  • Dick Guesman (American football player (1938-2006)) he was born in 22/01/1938
  • Dixie Walker (American baseball player) he was born in 01/06/1887
  • Eliza Maria Gillespie (American nurse and nun) she was born in 21/02/1824
  • Fred Pagac (American football player and coach) he was born in 26/04/1952
  • Gary L. Lancaster (United States District Judge) he was born in 14/08/1949
  • Henry Casson (American politician) he was born in 13/12/1843
  • John Hoge Ewing (American politician) he was born in 05/10/1796
  • Kersey Graves (American philosopher) he was born in 21/11/1813
  • Max Kielbasa (American football player (1921-1980)) he was born in 23/08/1921
  • Richard G. Colbert (United States admiral) he was born in 12/02/1915
  • Samuel Shapiro (Maine politician) he was born in 26/08/1927
  • Walter Reeves (American politician) he was born in 25/09/1848

Schools in Brownsville

College & universities near Brownsville, PA

Code Name City ZIP
214795 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Mont Alto Mont Alto (PA) 17237-9700

Stations (20)

Amtrak & bus stations near Brownsville, PA

Code Name Address Type
HAG Hagerstown, MD 123 West Franklin Street BUS
FRR Frederick Airport, MD 1341 Hughes Ford Road BUS
FRC Frederick, MD 100 South East Street RAIL
HNK Hancock, MD 434 East Main Street BUS
MRB Martinsburg station 229 East Martin St. RAIL

Post offices near Brownsville

Post Office Name City ZIP
Fayettevill Post Office Fayetteville (PA) 17222

Other places with the same name (8)

Other cities in Franklin County

Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Franklin County , PA. (more)

City Name Population Title
Chambersburg 21,231 Borough in Franklin County, Pennsylvania, United States
Waynesboro 10,906 Borough in Pennsylvania
Old Forge 7,838 City in Pennsylvania, United States of America
Salem 6,367 Township in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
Charlestown 6,328 Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania
Saint Thomas 6,039 Township in Franklin County, Pennsylvania
Quincy 5,451 City in Pennsylvania, United States
Greencastle 3,989 Borough of Pennsylvania
Wayne Heights 2,545 Census designated place
Mount Union 2,312 Borough of Pennsylvania
Lurgan 2,173 City in United States of America
Metal 1,857 Township in Franklin County, Pennsylvania
Mont Alto 1,729 Borough of Pennsylvania
Mercersburg 1,527 Borough of Pennsylvania
Marion 1,269 Census-designated place in Pennsylvania, United States
Concord 1,268 Human settlement in Pennsylvania, United States

Distance to Other Cities

Brownsville distances to largest Pennsylvania cities