Warren County, Pennsylvania

Warren County: County in Pennsylvania, United States

About

Warren County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 41,815 and a population density of 47 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 county had an estimated population of 38,911 inhabitants. Its county seat is Warren. The county was created 204 years ago in 1819.

Albany County sits within southeastern Wyoming, nestled against the Colorado border. The county was formed in 1868 from territory previously part of Laramie County. It was named in honor of New York’s Albany County.

The Union Pacific Railroad expansion brought early growth and Laramie emerged as a key stop. Ranching, mining, and agriculture drove settlement. The University of Wyoming was established in 1886.

Major Towns and Features

Notable cities and sites in Albany County include:

  • Laramie - Historic county seat and home of the University of Wyoming and railroad history.
  • Medicine Bow National Forest - Stretches across the eastern part of the county with hiking, fishing and camping.
  • Pilot Hill - Distinctive butte rising over 8,000 feet with scenic views and rock climbing.
  • Ames Monument - Landmark dedicated to brothers who funded the Union Pacific Railroad.

Things to Do

Top attractions and activities in Albany County include:

  • Exploring the museums and historic downtown of Laramie.
  • Trying rock climbing and hiking at Pilot Hill or Vedauwoo Recreation Area.
  • Camping and fishing for trout in the Medicine Bow National Forest.
  • Learning about frontier life at the Ivinson Mansion and Ranch east of Laramie.
  • Catching a performance or exhibit at the University of Wyoming Art Museum.

Albany County offers quintessential Wyoming scenery, history, and culture. Laramie's college-town vibe blends seamlessly with the area's ranching roots and outdoor attractions.

Warren County locator map
Location of Warren County on Pennsylvania map.

Quick Facts about Warren County

Population : 38,911 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Pennsylvania (United States)
Different from : Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County, Warren County
Area : 899 km2
Water as percent of area : 1.6%
Land as percent of area : 98.4%
Named for : Joseph Warren
Capital : Warren
Establishment : October 10, 1819
Time Zone : America/New_York
Local time : 03:18:13 (18th April 2024)
Density : 43 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : -7.46% (2010-2020)
Warren County Courthouse Jul 12 image
Warren County Courthouse Jul 12
Warren County Courthouse Jul 12 image

Geography

Warren County is located at 41°48'52"N 79°16'27"W (41.8145700, -79.2741400). It has 7 neighbors: Cattaraugus County, Chautauqua County, Elk County, Erie County, Forest County, McKean County and Venango County.

Warren County map

The largest city of Warren County is Warren with a population of 8,974. Other cities include, Wrightsville population 2,282, Tidioute population 636, Clarendon population 421 and Bear Lake population 154. See all Warren County cities & populated places.

Warren County Populated Places

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Warren County.

City Name Population Title
Warren 8,974 City in Warren County, Pennsylvania, United States
Wrightsville 2,282 Borough of Pennsylvania
Hemlock 2,261 Township in western Columbia County, Pennsylvania
Sheffield 1,963 Census-designated place in Warren County, Pennsylvania, United States
Columbus 1,899 Census-designated place in Warren County, Pennsylvania
Pittsfield 1,337 Township in Warren County, Pennsylvania
Tidioute 636 Borough of Pennsylvania
Sugar Grove 569 Township in Warren County, Pennsylvania
Clarendon 421 Borough in Warren County, Pennsylvania, U.
Bear Lake 154 Borough in Warren County, Pennsylvania

Warren County has 7 neighbours.

Demographics

According to census records, the population of Warren County decreased by 7.46% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 41,815 - census
2011 41,506 -0.74% estimation process
2012 41,261 -0.59% estimation process
2013 40,954 -0.75% estimation process
2014 40,658 -0.73% estimation process
2015 40,334 -0.8% estimation process
2016 40,026 -0.77% estimation process
2017 39,679 -0.87% estimation process
2018 39,551 -0.32% estimation process
2019 39,191 -0.92% estimation process
2020 38,911 -0.72% estimation process

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People born in Warren County (6)

People born in Warren County, including Governor of Kansas Henry Justin Allen, United States general Joseph Henry Sweney, politician David Spencer Fox, .

List

  • George M. Bourquin (United States federal judge) he was born in 24/06/1863
  • James S. Berger (American politician) he was born in 03/01/1903
  • Alice G. McGee (second woman admitted to the bar in Pennsylvania (1869-1895)) she was born in 08/02/1869

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