Cities & Towns in Lehigh County, PA

Lehigh County, county in Pennsylvania, United States of America. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 370,802 inhabitants. The county was created 212 years ago in 1812. Its county seat is Allentown.

There are 17 city/town in Lehigh County, PA. The largest city of Lehigh County is Allentown with a population of 121,470. Other cities include, Whitehall Township population 24,896, Emmaus population 11,493, Ancient Oaks population 6,661, Catasauqua population 6,606


Allentown, The third most populous city in Pennsylvania.

Whitehall Township

Whitehall Township, Township in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania


Emmaus, Borough in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania

Situated in eastern Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley region, Lehigh County contains a mix of historic and modern communities. Though part of the Greater Allentown area, each city and town in Lehigh County has maintained its own unique identity and appeal. Some of the most notable municipalities include Allentown, Bethlehem, Emmaus, Macungie, and Slatington.

Lehigh County is part of the Lehigh Valley region, which also includes Northampton County to its east. The Lehigh Valley has three principal cities: Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton These cities offer a variety of attractions, such as museums, parks, festivals, and historical sites. Some examples are:

  • Allentown: The Allentown Art Museum, the America on Wheels Museum, the Da Vinci Science Center, the Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, and the PPL Center.
  • Bethlehem: The Bethlehem SteelStacks, the National Museum of Industrial History, the Moravian Museum of Bethlehem, the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, and the Musikfest.
  • Easton: The Crayola Experience, the National Canal Museum, the State Theatre Center for the Arts, the Sigal Museum, and the Easton Farmers’ Market.

Lehigh County also has 14 boroughs and 14 townships that offer their own unique charm and character Some of them are:

  • Emmaus: A borough with a rich history and culture that dates back to 1734. It is home to Shelter House, the oldest continuously occupied structure in both Lehigh County and Lehigh Valley
  • Whitehall Township: A township that was once part of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country and is now a suburban community with a diverse population. It has several shopping centers, parks, and historical landmarks.
  • Ancient Oaks: A census-designated place that is known for its scenic views and peaceful atmosphere. It has a golf course, a lake, and a nature preserve.
  • Catasauqua: A borough that was once a major industrial center for iron production and is now a residential area with a historic district. It has several churches, schools, and museums.

Allentown serves as the county seat and third most populous city in the state. Neighboring Bethlehem boasts a charming historic district at its colonial-era center. Emmaus provides quaint shops and restaurants. Macungie lies near the county’s rolling hills and farmlands. And Slatington lies along the Lehigh River’s banks.

Additionally, places like ancient Heidelberg Township and bucolic Lynn Township exude rural, old-fashioned charm while still remaining close-knit Lehigh Valley communities. From industrial heritage to high tech innovation, the blend of urban and rural landscapes across Lehigh County’s cities and towns make it a unique place to live in Pennsylvania.

All Lehigh County Cities (Aphebetical)

List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Lehigh County.

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City Name Title Population
Alburtis Borough of Pennsylvania 2,643
Allentown The third most populous city in Pennsylvania. 121,470
Ancient Oaks Census designated place 6,661
Catasauqua Borough of Pennsylvania 6,606
Chapman Borough in Pennsylvania, United States of America 211
Coopersburg Borough of Pennsylvania 2,460
Coplay Borough of Pennsylvania 3,217
Emmaus Borough in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania 11,493
Fountain Hill City in Ashley County, Arkansas, United States of America 4,713
Haines Township in Centre County, Pennsylvania 1,561
Hokendauqua Census designated place in Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania 3,378
Macungie Borough of Pennsylvania 3,183
Schnecksville Census designated place 2,935
Slatington Borough of Pennsylvania 4,311
Spring Creek Township of Pennsylvania 781
Weisenberg Township in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania 5,294
Whitehall Township Township in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania 24,896

County Cities on Map (17)

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