The county of Washington is located in Pennsylvania and was founded in March 28, 1781. There are 208,261 residents in Washington who have access to courthouses in Brownsville, Burgettstown, Canonsburg, Cecil, Charleroi, Ellsworth, McMurray, Monongahela, Washington. 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 2,331 residents in Brownsville, which is 1.1 square miles. It was settled in 1785.
There are 1,388 residents in Burgettstown, which is 0.6 square miles. It was settled in 1795.
There are 1,676 residents in Cecil.
There are 4,120 residents in Charleroi, which is 0.9 square miles. It was settled in 1890.
There are 1,027 residents in Ellsworth, which is 0.8 square miles. It was settled in 1900.
There are 4,300 residents in Monongahela, which is 2.1 square miles and 755ft above sea level. It was settled in 1770 and is governed by a local government.
There are 13,663 residents in Washington, which is 3.0 square miles. It was settled in 1768 and is governed by a local government.