The county of Bucks is located in Pennsylvania and was founded in November 1682. There are 626,399 residents in Bucks who have access to courthouses in Bensalem, Bristol, Doylestown, Fallsington, Feasterville, Jamison, Levittown, Morrisville, New Britain, Newtown, Ottsville, Penndel, Perkasie, Quakertown, Richboro, Warminster, Warrington. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. Pennsylvania is part of the 3rd federal circuit court as well.
There are 60,427 residents in Bensalem, which is 21.0 square miles and 102ft above sea level.
There are 9,726 residents in Bristol, which is 2.0 square miles and 20ft above sea level. It was settled in 1681.
There are 8,380 residents in Doylestown, which is 2.2 square miles and 456ft above sea level. It was settled in 1745.
There are 0 residents in Fallsington.
There are 3,074 residents in Feasterville, which is 0.6 square miles and 220ft above sea level.
There are 0 residents in Jamison.
There are 3,152 residents in New Britain, which is 1.2 square miles and 276ft above sea level.
There are 0 residents in Ottsville.
There are 2,328 residents in Penndel, which is 0.4 square miles and 105ft above sea level. It was settled in 1899.
There are 8,511 residents in Perkasie, which is 2.6 square miles and 436ft above sea level.
There are 8,979 residents in Quakertown, which is 2.0 square miles and 505ft above sea level.
There are 32,682 residents in Warminster, which is 10.2 square miles and 315ft above sea level. It was settled in 1685 and is governed by a Council-manager local government.