Population (2010 Census)
8,554
Land Area
52 Square Miles
Municipal Roadways
50.78 Miles
State Roadways
38.54 Miles
Note
Looking for the Village of Tobyhanna?

The Village of Tobyhanna is NOT located in Tobyhanna Township. Actually, it is part of neighboring Coolbaugh Township.

Why?

When Tobyhanna Township was formed from Coolbaugh Township in 1830, the Village of Tobyhanna, located along the banks of the Tobyhanna Creek, remained in Coolbaugh Township.

Contact Information:

Should you have a matter concerning the Village of Tobyhanna, please contact our neighbors in Coolbaugh Township at 570-894-8490 or visit http://www.coolbaughtwp.org.

UPCOMING EVENTS
  • Pick up the Poconos
    • 09/29/2018
    • The Pocono Mountain Visitors Bureau is requesting volunteers to participate in Pick Up the Poconos Day on September 29. Volunteers will receive free gifts from the PMVB and will be entered to win one of many prizes, including 4 waterpark passes to Great Wolf Lodge, a $100 Gift Certificate to [...]
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  • SWAT - Community Safety Day
  • Board of Supervisors Meeting
    • 10/02/2018
    • The Tobyhanna Township Board of Supervisors (BOS) meets on the first and third Tuesday of every month (unless otherwise noted) to discuss topics relevant to the township. These meetings are open to the public, so please feel free to join us!
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WELCOME

Tobyhanna Township is located in the heart of the Pocono Plateau Region of Northeastern Pennsylvania and is home to unique Villages including Blakeslee, Pocono Lake, Pocono Pines, Pocono Springs and Pocono Summit.

With a functional daily population of nearly 35,000, Tobyhanna Township has an eclectic blend of residential communities, charming shopping districts, small businesses, recreational opportunities and destination entertainment venues that make up a great quality of life.

Tobyhanna Township is the proud home of the Pocono Bike and Hike Trail System that blends over 28 miles of a variety of eco-tourism and heritage tourism with walking trails, bike trails, over 130 acres of pristine Pocono parks at the Austin T. Blakeslee Natural Area, plus a 1.7 mile walking path on the historic Wilkes-Barre and Eastern Railway Trail that borders the Revolutionary War interpretative site of Hungry Hill.

Incorporated from Coolbaugh Township in 1830, Tobyhanna Township is a progressive and growing municipality located in the quad county corner of northwestern Monroe County and borders Carbon, Lackawanna and Luzerne Counties.

In addition to an elected five-member Board of Supervisors, Tobyhanna Township citizens are engaged in our community development through an Economic Development Authority, Fire Commission, Planning Commission, and Zoning Hearing Board.

We welcome you to our web site and encourage you to share our transformative vision of thoughtful, progressive growth through the protection, preservation, and promotion of the natural beauty of this great region.