Doylestown, Pennsylvania is a borough and the county seat in Bucks County, PA. With a population of 8,380, Doylestown is a fantastic suburban town that is home to many hardworking Americans.
Besides being the home to the famous Pop singer Pink and American Idol runner-up Justin Guarini, Doylestown is also home to many hardworking Americans.
Doylestown was founded in 1745 by William Doyle when he obtained a license to build a tavern. In 1838, the Borough of Doylestown was incorporated! An electric telegraph was established in 1846 which helped it evolve into a very residential and professional town! In the early 20th century, Doylestown became known as the “Tools of the Nation-Maker,” through the famously known Bucks County Historical Society.