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SMITHFIELD TOWNSHIP

 

township history: 
Smithfield
 Township was officially formed on March 24, 1886.  The Township is located in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania and includes the Village of Smithfield.  A history of the Township prepared by Marian Sue McAlwee, former Senior Staff Writer with The Daily News, is provided at the bottom of this page.
 
Geographic Location: 
The Township is located along the U.S. Route 22 Corridor between Mount Union, PA and Hollidaysburg, PA.  Adjacent municipalities include Henderson Township, Huntingdon Borough (the County Seat), Juniata Township, Penn Township, Porter Township and Walker Township.
 
Map of Smithfield Township (Amenities Map created by the Mapping Department)
Printable Township Map (Categorized by Land Use)
Map of Smithfield Township (Base Map created by the County Mapping Department)
Map of Smithfield Township (PennDOT Type 5 Township Map)

Map of Pennsylvania Counties
Map of Huntingdon County Municipalities

Travel Distances to Huntingdon

 
Area: 
Smithfield Township covers 5.62 square miles.

2010 Census Demographics: 
  Township Population:  
4,390 Persons Persons
       3,746 Male*
          644 Female 
 
  Median Age:  37.8 years
(*The Census Data includes the populations of the two State Correctional Institutions located within Smithfield Township. To view additional 2010 Census information for Smithfield Township, click here.)

Voting Poll Location:
Smithfield Township Building
For additional information regarding the polling location or voting, contact the Huntingdon County Voter Registration Office at 814-643-3091 or visit their website by clicking here. 




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