Cambria County, Pennsylvania

Cambria County is located in central Pennsylvania and was created on March 26, 1804, from parts of Bedford, Huntingdon, and Somerset counties. Cambria County was originally named for the nation of Wales. As of the 2012 US Census, Cambria County was home to some 143,728 people and contains 688 square miles of land and 5 square miles of water.

The County Seat of Cambria County is Ebensburg, Pa. 

Cities in Cambria County, Pa.

Johnstown

Boroughs in Cambria County, Pa.

Ashville
Brownstown
Carrolltown
Cassandra
Chest Springs
Cresson
Daisytown
Dale
East Conemaugh
Ebensburg
Ehrenfeld
Ferndale
Franklin
Gallitzin
Geistown
Hastings
Lilly
Lorain
Loretto
Nanty-Glo
Northern Cambria
Patton
Portage
Sankertown
Scalp Level
South Fork
Southmont
Summerhill
Tunnelhill
Vintondale
Westmont
Wilmore

Townships of Cambria County, Pa.

Adams Township
Allegheny Township
Barr Township
Blacklick Township
Cambria Township
Chest Township
Clearfield Township
Conemaugh Township
Cresson Township
Croyle Township
Dean Township
East Carroll Township
East Taylor Township
Elder Township
Gallitzin Township
Jackson Township
Lower Yoder Township
Middle Taylor Township
Munster Township
Portage Township
Reade Township
Richland Township
Stonycreek Township
Summerhill Township
Susquehanna Township
Upper Yoder Township
Washington Township
West Carroll Township
West Taylor Township
White Township

Census Designated Places in Cambria County, Pa.

Beaverdale-Lloydell
Belmont
Colver
Elim
Flinton
Salix-Beauty Line Park
Spring Hill
St. Michael-Sidman
Twin Rocks
Vinco

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