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It is part of the Lebanon, Pennsylvania Metropolitan statistical area. The population was 7, at the census. According to the United States Census Bureau , the borough has a total area of 1. Palmyra is located in the Lebanon Valley between Annville and Hershey. Although no water source runs directly through the borough, the Killinger, Quittapahilla , Spring, and Swatara Creeks are all nearby.

Palmyra has a humid continental climate. Kochanov wrote an extensive report on the geology of the Palmyra area as part of the publication, Karst Geohazards. In his article, Kochanov discusses how the geology of the region contributes to the high number of sinkholes found in the area.

Palmyra lies in the eastern section of the Great Valley, locally known as the Lebanon Valley. The specific formation beneath Palmyra is an Ordovician Epler Formation, characterized by a high number of surface depressions and sinkholes.

These features serve as natural drains, allowing any water on the surface to permeate the soil and run underground into water tables or into local springs or creeks. The development of the borough has interrupted the natural drainage systems present in the Epler Formation. Palmyra is, in reality, a waterless community. The storm water runoff is directed outside the borough via a multitude of ways, and it is these discharge areas in which the appearance of sinkholes is most prevalent.

Residents and legislators met in October to discuss possible solutions to the recurring sinkhole problems. Since the meeting, several projects have been introduced to correct some of the water flow problems of the borough.

The land on which Palmyra rests was originally home to the Lenape and Susquehannock tribes. The first European explorers and traders came to the region around Settlers were drawn to the area because of its rich land and abundance of fish and game. The squatters came to the Palmyra area between and Because the squatters had no official documents stating when they came to the land, it is difficult to precisely trace family migrations to and from the area.

From looking at what records do exist, and by the people still living in the Palmyra area, it is clear that the first settlers to live near Palmyra came from two distinct nationalities, the Scotch-Irish and the German Palatinates. The Scotch-Irish immigrants left their homelands due to a number of political, economic and religious reasons.

As expected, they were clannish, and tended not to mix with the other ethnic groups settling the area at the same time. They were also politically minded, and became involved in local governments quickly after settling in the area.

A majority of the Scotch-Irish were Presbyterian , and they established several churches as they moved westward across the state. As the years passed, many of the Scotch-Irish continued westward, leaving the Lebanon Valley. The German Palatinates who settled in Pennsylvania, erroneously known as the Pennsylvania Dutch , also left their homelands for a number of reasons.

Politically they had been oppressed in the old country, and economically they were poor. They were also gravely persecuted for their religious beliefs. Like the Scotch-Irish, the Germans kept to themselves and did not interfere with settlers of other backgrounds. Throughout the parts of Pennsylvania that had already been settled, German was the prominently spoken language, surpassing English.

This encouraged more German settlers to lay down roots in Pennsylvania more so than in the other colonies. Most of the German settlers were farmers, and they flourished in rural areas. These Germans saw farming as a way of life, and tended to be conservative, religious, frugal and hard working people. Unlike the Scotch-Irish, the Germans were not politically minded, and they had no qualms with the English governing them.

A majority of the Germans did not leave Pennsylvania, but stayed to work the rich soil. The Palmyra area, as well as the entire western edge of the European colonies, was susceptible to attack from the tribes of natives living in the region. In their histories of Lebanon County, Rupp and Egle note many raids that took place in what is now northern Lebanon County.

In , the Provincial government decided to build a chain of forts stretching from the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg in the west to the Delaware River at Easton in the east. One of these forts, Fort Swatara, was built by Capt. By the end of the French and Indian War in , the frequency and intensity of native attacks diminished. Johannes Palm , whose name is often anglicized to John Palm, is given credit for founding Palmyra. He was a prominent figure in the early days of the community, serving as a doctor and soldier in the Revolutionary War.

In June , Palm secured the acre plot of land originally surveyed for Johannes Deininger in and previously owned by Conrad Raisch. Transportation from one settlement to the next was essential if either settlement wanted to grow. Turnpike companies were chartered to create improved roads to better facilitate the movement of goods from town to town.

This route was to connect Reading and Hummelstown and employed the main east-west thoroughfare through Palmyra. Upon its opening in , Palmyra gained a direct connection to its neighbors Millerstown now Annville and Derry now Hershey , and to the larger markets in eastern Pennsylvania. The Downingtown , Ephrata and Harrisburg Pike, which was commonly known as the Horseshoe Pike, was chartered in and completed This ran through Campbelltown just south of Palmyra and later became part of US Another important route that crossed the Palmyra area included the road which led from the Bindnagle settlement to Campbelltown, which is now PA With the opening of these routes, and the incorporation of Harrisburg as the State Capital in , more and more traffic moved through the Palmyra area.

The passage of more travelers encouraged taverns and hotels to be built in Palmyra to accommodate them. In the first decades of the 19th century, Palmyra had five taverns and three hotels to serve the needs of those moving through the area. Blacksmith shops, general stores and other small business also began to pop up in Palmyra to serve both travelers and locals alike.

The demand of greater speed and tonnage of goods being moved prompted the building of the Union Canal. The canal was later widened to allow larger boats to pass through in The Age of Steam also came to Palmyra in , as the first locomotives ran through the settlement on the Lebanon Valley Railroad in that year.

The growth of rail traffic signaled the end for the Union Canal, and for the Berks and Dauphin Turnpike as a toll road. By , the settlement consisted of people in about 20 dwellings. By , the population had increased to people in about dwellings. By , the population had skyrocketed in just fifteen years to 1, people. And by , the population had reached 7, After the Civil War concluded in , a variety of new businesses were established to better serve the Palmyra area.

A large grain warehouse, a slaughterhouse and lumber mill were some of the first industries developed in Palmyra. The Palmyra Bank opened in The first of several shoe factories opened in A knitting mill, paper box factory, gas and fuel company, bakery, bottling works, and a feed mill was also open in Palmyra around the start of the 20th century.

The growth of Milton S. The trolley line reached Palmyra in By this time, the Hershey Trolley Company had also formed, and soon thereafter connected to the Lebanon Valley Line at the square in Palmyra.

This trolley connected lasted until , when the Lebanon Valley system switched to bus services. By , the Hershey Line also folded. Palmyra celebrated its th Anniversary in A committee was formed to plan the commemoration and among other duties, selected the official logo for the anniversary. The design, which is modeled on the Pennsylvania state seal and features the official orange and black colors of the Palmyra School District.

Visit the official anniversary website to view an image of the winning logo. The main street of town was closed to traffic so that scenes could be shot. Dozens of onlookers watched Kudrow and Travolta cruise through the square in a red convertible. Due to its position between Harrisburg and Lebanon, and the popularity of neighboring Hershey, Palmyra is economically prosperous.

As of the census [10] of , there were 7, people, 3, households, and 1, families residing in the borough. The population density was 3, There were 3, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the borough was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.

There were 3, households, out of which The average household size was 2. In the borough the population was spread out, with The median age was 38 years. For every females there were For every females age 18 and over, there were The first two free public schools opened in Palmyra in Before this time, church schools and private schools served the children of Palmyra.

Witmer, opened in The Palmyra Academy was praised as one of the best schools of its kind in the area. It prepared its students for continued education at colleges and universities, and educated students from all around the Susquehanna Valley and neighboring states. The Palmyra Academy closed its doors in , and the Academy Building was torn down nine years later. Coming with the growth of the area and the formation of a Borough Government, the Palmyra Borough School District was created in

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Like the Scotch-Irish, the Germans kept to themselves and did not interfere with settlers of other backgrounds. Throughout the parts of Pennsylvania that had already been settled, German was the prominently spoken language, surpassing English. This encouraged more German settlers to lay down roots in Pennsylvania more so than in the other colonies.

Most of the German settlers were farmers, and they flourished in rural areas. These Germans saw farming as a way of life, and tended to be conservative, religious, frugal and hard working people.

Unlike the Scotch-Irish, the Germans were not politically minded, and they had no qualms with the English governing them. A majority of the Germans did not leave Pennsylvania, but stayed to work the rich soil. The Palmyra area, as well as the entire western edge of the European colonies, was susceptible to attack from the tribes of natives living in the region. In their histories of Lebanon County, Rupp and Egle note many raids that took place in what is now northern Lebanon County.

In , the Provincial government decided to build a chain of forts stretching from the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg in the west to the Delaware River at Easton in the east. One of these forts, Fort Swatara, was built by Capt. By the end of the French and Indian War in , the frequency and intensity of native attacks diminished. Johannes Palm , whose name is often anglicized to John Palm, is given credit for founding Palmyra. He was a prominent figure in the early days of the community, serving as a doctor and soldier in the Revolutionary War.

In June , Palm secured the acre plot of land originally surveyed for Johannes Deininger in and previously owned by Conrad Raisch. Transportation from one settlement to the next was essential if either settlement wanted to grow.

Turnpike companies were chartered to create improved roads to better facilitate the movement of goods from town to town. This route was to connect Reading and Hummelstown and employed the main east-west thoroughfare through Palmyra. Upon its opening in , Palmyra gained a direct connection to its neighbors Millerstown now Annville and Derry now Hershey , and to the larger markets in eastern Pennsylvania.

The Downingtown , Ephrata and Harrisburg Pike, which was commonly known as the Horseshoe Pike, was chartered in and completed This ran through Campbelltown just south of Palmyra and later became part of US Another important route that crossed the Palmyra area included the road which led from the Bindnagle settlement to Campbelltown, which is now PA With the opening of these routes, and the incorporation of Harrisburg as the State Capital in , more and more traffic moved through the Palmyra area.

The passage of more travelers encouraged taverns and hotels to be built in Palmyra to accommodate them. In the first decades of the 19th century, Palmyra had five taverns and three hotels to serve the needs of those moving through the area.

Blacksmith shops, general stores and other small business also began to pop up in Palmyra to serve both travelers and locals alike. The demand of greater speed and tonnage of goods being moved prompted the building of the Union Canal.

The canal was later widened to allow larger boats to pass through in The Age of Steam also came to Palmyra in , as the first locomotives ran through the settlement on the Lebanon Valley Railroad in that year.

The growth of rail traffic signaled the end for the Union Canal, and for the Berks and Dauphin Turnpike as a toll road. By , the settlement consisted of people in about 20 dwellings.

By , the population had increased to people in about dwellings. By , the population had skyrocketed in just fifteen years to 1, people. And by , the population had reached 7, After the Civil War concluded in , a variety of new businesses were established to better serve the Palmyra area. A large grain warehouse, a slaughterhouse and lumber mill were some of the first industries developed in Palmyra. The Palmyra Bank opened in The first of several shoe factories opened in A knitting mill, paper box factory, gas and fuel company, bakery, bottling works, and a feed mill was also open in Palmyra around the start of the 20th century.

The growth of Milton S. The trolley line reached Palmyra in By this time, the Hershey Trolley Company had also formed, and soon thereafter connected to the Lebanon Valley Line at the square in Palmyra. This trolley connected lasted until , when the Lebanon Valley system switched to bus services. By , the Hershey Line also folded. Palmyra celebrated its th Anniversary in A committee was formed to plan the commemoration and among other duties, selected the official logo for the anniversary.

The design, which is modeled on the Pennsylvania state seal and features the official orange and black colors of the Palmyra School District. Visit the official anniversary website to view an image of the winning logo. The main street of town was closed to traffic so that scenes could be shot.

Dozens of onlookers watched Kudrow and Travolta cruise through the square in a red convertible. Due to its position between Harrisburg and Lebanon, and the popularity of neighboring Hershey, Palmyra is economically prosperous. As of the census [10] of , there were 7, people, 3, households, and 1, families residing in the borough. The population density was 3, There were 3, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the borough was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.

There were 3, households, out of which The average household size was 2. In the borough the population was spread out, with The median age was 38 years. For every females there were For every females age 18 and over, there were The first two free public schools opened in Palmyra in Median real estate property taxes paid for housing units with mortgages in Nearest city with pop.

Daytime population change due to commuting: Work and jobs in Palmyra: Palmyra-area historical tornado activity is slightly above Pennsylvania state average. Political contributions by individuals in Palmyra, PA. Palmyra Shopping Center 1. This is significantly worse than average. Carbon Monoxide CO [ppm] level in was 0.

This is significantly better than average. Closest monitor was Nitrogen Dioxide NO 2 [ppb] level in was 9. Ozone [ppb] level in was This is about average.

Closest monitor was 5. Particulate Matter PM 2. This is worse than average. Detailed information about poverty and poor residents in Palmyra, PA. Graphs represent county-level data. Detailed Election Results. Total of 80 patent applications in Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Use at your own risk.

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