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Located in Montgomery County, the Borough of Lansdale is at the heart of the larger community also known as Lansdale. Lansdale is well-known because it is accessible from the first exit on the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. It is also at the cross roads of several major commuter routes such as Routes 309, 63, and 463. The Borough of Lansdale is also serviced by three regional rail stations. This charming community offers residents and visitors ongoing activities such as a weekly Farmer’s Market (seasonal), monthly First Fridays, and annual Bike Night, Beer Festival, Memorial Day and Mardi Gras Parades.
Outside of Lansdale Borough, Lansdale reaches into Towamencin Township, Upper Gwynedd Township and parts of Worcester Township. Houses for sale in Lansdale come in a wide variety of ages and styles. The West Ward of Lansdale is a particularly picturesque area with older stone and brick homes on tree lined streets walking distance to downtown Lansdale, the train station and Whites Road Park.
Lansdale is home to approximately 16,512 Pennsylvania residents. Local government includes a city manager, a mayor, and a borough council of nine residents. When you consider the 3.06 square miles of land area and the current population, this community has an average population density of 5,382 people per square mile.
The North Penn School District enrolls Lansdale students in kindergarten through grade twelve. The Lansdale Elementary schools in the North Penn District include Gwynedd Square Elementary School, Knapp Elementary School, Oak Park Elementary School, Inglewood Elementary School, Walton Farm Elementary School, and York Avenue Elementary School. Students in grades seven through nine attend Penndale Middle School. High school students attend North Penn High School.
There are a couple private schools in Lansdale, including Lansdale Catholic High School and Christopher Dock Mennonite High School. The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 91.1%. The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 32.9%.
Lansdale is home to Freddy Hill Farm and Merrymead Farm. Both offer ice cream shops, fresh produce, plants, and Fall Fest activities during October which includes hay rides, corn mazes, and pick your own pumpkins. Freddy Hill also offers a year-round family fun center with mini-golf, batting cages, and a driving range. Also for families, there are several community pools including Whites Road pool, 4th Street pool and the Towamencin Swim Club. For avid golfers, the Pinecrest Country Club offers a public course.
Lansdale is well-known for the Kugel Ball in Railroad Plaza. This 1,000-pound granite sphere sits on a thin layer of water. The sphere is dark gray in color. The plaza has benches and a brick patio that is open to the public until 11 PM each day. Other locations in the United States with a Kugel Ball include Ripley’s Believe It or Not in Maryland, Hollywood Guinness Museum in California, and Houston Museum of Natural Science in Texas.
Wondering about the weather in Lansdale? You’ll get a taste of all four seasons when you call this area home. The average high temperature is 87 degrees in July. The average low temperature is 24 degrees in January. Be sure to carry your umbrella along with you in May, July, and September. The month with the smallest amount of precipitation is February.
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Sections of Lansdale include: West Point and Pennbrook.