Wayne County is located in the Northeast corner of Pennsylvania. Named after General Anthony Wayne, it is made up of 28 local municipalities, 22 townships and 6 Boroughs. Its proximity to New York City and neighboring urban areas has been a major factor in the county’s heritage.
The 2015 United States Census Bureau reported the population to be 51,198. According The 2015 United States Census Bureau reported the median income to be $49,919. Median age of residents in 2015: 46 years old Number of grocery stores: 16 Number of full-service restaurants: 64
Public school districts in Wayne County include Wayne Highland School District and Western Wayne School District.
Major highways in Wayne County include Interstate 380 & 84, U.S. Route 6 and Pennsylvania Route 191. Interstate 81 and New York Route 17 are located near Wayne County and play an important role in the overall transportation framework of the County. All airports in Wayne County are privately owned.