Radnor, Pennsylvania

Radnor Township, often called simply Radnor, is a first class township with home rule status in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Historically regarded as part of Philadelphia’s famed Main Line, the township’s population was 31,875 as of the 2019 United States census. Radnor Township is the largest municipality in Delaware County by la…
Radnor Township, often called simply Radnor, is a first class township with home rule status in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Historically regarded as part of Philadelphia’s famed Main Line, the township’s population was 31,875 as of the 2019 United States census. Radnor Township is the largest municipality in Delaware County by land area and the fourth-largest by population, following Upper Darby Township, Haverford Township, and Chester.
  • Elevation: 381 ft (116 m)
  • Country: United States
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • County: Delaware
  • Historic colony: Province of Pennsylvania
  • Founded: 1682
  • Incorporated: 1901
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