Blair County located in the area of Pennsylvania known as the South Central Region was created on February 26, 1846 from parts of Huntingdon and Bedford Counties.
As of the United States 2010 Census, Blair County had a population of 127,089 which was down 1.6% from it's 2000 number 129,144. The city of Altoona is the largest municipality within Blair County, but the County Seat is the borough of Holllidaysburg.
Municipalities of Blair County
Cities in Blair County
Boroughs in Blair County
Townships in Blair County
Allegheny Township,Antis Township, Blair Township, Catherine Township, Frankstown Township, Freedom Township, Greenfield Township, Huston Township, Juniata Township, Logan Township, North Woodbury Township, Snyder Township, Taylor Township, Tyrone Township and Woodbury Township
Unincorporated Villages and Towns in Blair County
Historic Sites in Blair County added to the National Register of Historic Places
Allegheny Furnace, Allegheny Portage National Railroad Historic Site, Altoona Armory, Baker Mansion, Blair County Courthouse, Broad Avenue Historic District, Central Trust Company Building, Downtown Altoona Historic District, Dudley House, Etna Furnace, Fort Roberdeau, Highland Hall, Hollidaysburg Historic District, Horseshoe Curve, Isett House and Store, Knickerbocker Historic District, Leap the Dips, Llswen Historic District, Mishler Theatre, Noble School, Penn Alto Hotel, Roaring Spring Historic District, Roosevelt Grade School, Royer House, St Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church, Tyrone Armory, Tyrone Borough Historic District and the Williamsburg Historic District.
External Links for Blair County:
Official County Site - http://www.blairco.org/Pages/default.aspx