Place:Saville (township), Perry, Pennsylvania, United States

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NameSaville (township)
Alt namesSaville Township
Savillesource: WeRelate abbreviation
TypeTownship
Coordinates40.45°N 77.333056°W
Located inPerry, Pennsylvania, United States
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Saville Township is a second-class township in a mountainous part of Perry County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census, the township had a total population of 2,502. It was founded in 1817, dividing from Tyrone Township while the area was still part of Cumberland County. It is served by two major roads, PA 74, locally called Veterans Way, and PA 17, called the Tuscorara Path. The county office is at 3954 Veterans Way, in Elliottsburg, in the far southern part of the township. The area is overwhelmingly agricultural, with small population centers in Ickesburg and the hamlet of Saville.

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