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Under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a township is the lowest level municipal corporation of government. All of Pennsylvania's land area outside of incorporated cities, boroughs, and one town has been incorporated into a township which serves as the legal entity providing local self-government functions. In general, townships in Pennsylvania encompass larger land areas than other municipalities, and tend to be located in suburban, exurban, or rural parts of the commonwealth. As with other incorporated municipalities in Pennsylvania, townships exist within counties and are subordinate to or dependent upon the county level of government.

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  • Un township en el estado estadounidense de Pensilvania es una forma local de división territorial, inferior al condado, y distinto a otras entidades locales, como ciudades y boroughs. Es hasta cierto punto equivalente a los demás township de Estados Unidos. Los township de Pensilvania fueron creados basados en límites geográficos y varían entre 6 a 50 millas cuadradas (15–104 km²). Pensilvania cuenta con dos categorías de municipios, los de primera clase y los de segunda clase. Para convertirse en un township de primera clase, los township de segunda clase deben de tener una densidad poblacional de 300 hab./km² y los votantes deben aprobar esa clasificación por medio de un referéndum. Sin embargo, muchos township han preferido quedarse como township de segunda clase, a pesar de que consiguen llenar los requisitos de la densidad poblacional para convertirse en uno de primera clase.​ (es)
  • Under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a township is the lowest level municipal corporation of government. All of Pennsylvania's land area outside of incorporated cities, boroughs, and one town has been incorporated into a township which serves as the legal entity providing local self-government functions. In general, townships in Pennsylvania encompass larger land areas than other municipalities, and tend to be located in suburban, exurban, or rural parts of the commonwealth. As with other incorporated municipalities in Pennsylvania, townships exist within counties and are subordinate to or dependent upon the county level of government. (en)
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  • Second-level administrative division (en)
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  • Pennsylvania township (en)
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  • Under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a township is the lowest level municipal corporation of government. All of Pennsylvania's land area outside of incorporated cities, boroughs, and one town has been incorporated into a township which serves as the legal entity providing local self-government functions. In general, townships in Pennsylvania encompass larger land areas than other municipalities, and tend to be located in suburban, exurban, or rural parts of the commonwealth. As with other incorporated municipalities in Pennsylvania, townships exist within counties and are subordinate to or dependent upon the county level of government. (en)
  • Un township en el estado estadounidense de Pensilvania es una forma local de división territorial, inferior al condado, y distinto a otras entidades locales, como ciudades y boroughs. Es hasta cierto punto equivalente a los demás township de Estados Unidos. (es)
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  • Municipio (Pensilvania) (es)
  • Township (Pennsylvania) (en)
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