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Wyndmoor, PA (Montgomery County)

Wyndmoor, PA, is a small community within Springfield Township, approximately one mile from the Philadelphia community of Chestnut Hill. Springfield Township dates back to 1681, when William Penn gave his wife a "Mannor at Springfield." In 1718, the area began to be referred to as Springfield Township. Homes in the area range from the very new to well over 100 years. While there are some businesses within a few blocks of Willow Grove Avenue and East Mermaid Lane, the majority of Wyndmoor is residential. Except for the Wyndmoor Hose Company, a volunteer fire company, government and emergency services are provided by Springfield Township. Wyndmoor has its own parks: Mermaid Lane Park, donated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture; Laurel Beech Park, also on Mermaid Lane, and a small Veteran's Memorial Parklet on Avenue.

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City of Wyndmoor

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Dining   The counties around and surrounding Wyndmoor boast some of the finest dining available in the United States. There is no shortage of excellent one-of-a-kind restaurants and diners, restaurant chains, and fast food chains.   food display
History   Wyndmoor is surrounded by history, and places on the National Register of Historic Places. You can visit Valley Forge National Historical Parkto see for yourself where the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-78. Take a walking tour of Philadelphia and see Independence National Historical Park, home of Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.   collage of historical places
Shopping   Wyndmoor and vicinity residents benefit from some of the finest shopping resources in the Mid-Atlantic region. There are major outlet malls within 45 to 90 minutes drive and specialty and unique shopping in many of the local communities.   shopping mall
  For additional information about shopping, dining, and services available in Eastern Montgomery County, please go to the Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce   

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Local Online News

Wyndmoor News on

Montgomery Newspapers- Local newspapers in Montgomery County

Philadelphia Suburban Newspapers- from here you can check out newpapers serving many of the local communities surrounding Wyndmoor and Philadelphia

Public Libraries in the Vicinity

Free Library of Springfield Township

Montgomery County, PA, Public Libraries

Schools (K- 12)

Secondary and Elementary schools in or near the city

Private in County

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Colleges and Universities

Arcadia University (formerly Beaver College)

LaSalle University

Pennsylvania State University (Penn State Abington)

Philadelphia University

St. Joseph's University

Temple University

Westminster Theological Seminary

Community Colleges

Montgomery County Community College

Philadelphia Community College

State of Pennsylvania

State FactsPennsylvania State Outline
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State of Pennsylvania Web Site- This is Pennsylvania's online Portal. From here you can access many of the services and information Pennsylvania provides for its citizens. The Depart of Transportationhas many driver and vehicle services online. You can access the Turnpike Commission for PAturnpike information such as traffic delays, contruction, and maps of the turnpike interchanges. There are hundreds of other relevant services available through this portal.

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A List of U.S. Universities by State

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Last Modified: 8/12/2016
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