There’s a lot to love about Lansdale.

Located in Montgomery County, Lansdale offers something unique to everyone within its borders. Whether living, working, or visiting in Lansdale, you’ll discover that its character, customs, and charm create an established standard with lasting worth.

Lansdale’s character offers many of the same amenities of larger cities, but with a relaxed feel. Offices, retail spaces, and government buildings are within a few blocks of each other, promoting the connectedness of commerce, residential neighborhoods, and recreational activities.

Homes & Community

Lansdale is a small town with big charm, a strong sense of place, and convenient and stable quality of life for residents. With intergenerational appeal, families, singles, and empty nesters all love Lansdale because of its practical lifestyle, plentiful amenities and services, and picturesque neighborhoods.

Lansdale is home to an eclectic mix of housing styles. Single-family and twin homes comprise much of its housing stock. There are also numerous row homes and apartments near Main Street. Historically, there have been very few multifamily homes built in the town. This is changing with the times, however, and has shown the greatest growth over the past decade. Cannon Square is an exciting project that has brought new town homes and condos to the community with such great success that they have started development of another community at Williamson Square.

Residents revel in the fact that many everyday needs can be met locally. The town’s schools are located within the North Penn School District and walkable for most neighborhoods. Historic West Ward is one of Lansdale’s premiere neighborhoods and home to York Avenue Elementary School.

Business & Economy

When the North Pennsylvania Railroad arrived in the 1850s, jobs came with it. At the time, businesses were attracted by Lansdale’s scenery and economic opportunities. Today, these same qualities continue to draw businesses to Lansdale’s downtown. There are many other factors involved, too. Lansdale’s location and role as a transit hub for the entire region – with access to the turnpike, 309, and 202 and SEPTA via the Main Street Train Station – bring many customers into the town to support its businesses, while allowing residents to access opportunities outside the community.

A newly completed streetscape project enhances the downtown atmosphere, improves walkability, and increases opportunities for business throughout the district. Other revitalization efforts include discounts for land development and permit fees to encourage long-term investment through Lansdale’s Economic Development Incentive program.

Activities & Destinations

Lansdale offers a balance of active, passive, scenic, and cultural opportunities. Lansdale’s park system comprises 21 parks covering more than 170 acres. Parents love Stony Creek Park with its playgrounds, fountains, and labyrinth in the summer. It also hosts ice-skating in the winter. For concerts and performances, many make their way to White’s Road Park and its outdoor amphitheater, while America’s pastime continues every summer at Memorial Park’s Weaver Field. Two community pools, ample hiking trails and wooded areas, plus courts and fields for tennis, basketball, football, soccer, and other sports, round out Lansdale’s lovely parks system.

Celebrating and preserving Lansdale’s past is also a passion for many residents. Events including Under the Lights Car Show, Bike Night, Lansdale Day, and TubaChristmas are traditional favorites, while new events like The Lansdale Farmers’ Market, First Fridays, and Founders Day celebrations are quickly becoming customs among Lansdale’s younger generations.

Celebrating the community’s history is also one of its customs. The Lansdale Historical Society is thriving and assists in promoting the town’s heritage through monthly programming and special events. The Jenkins Homestead is the epicenter for history in Lansdale. The home of one of the region’s original settlers, and later a refuge for survivors of the Battle of Germantown, the Jenkins Homestead now allows visitors to look into Lansdale’s past through artifacts and a research library.

Residents in the mood for movies, music, and theater will be pleased to know that these opportunities are all nearby.

Lansdale’s Public Library is a lively place with monthly events like discussion groups, storytime, and movie nights.