Our Community. The Greater Waynesboro Area is comprised of Mont Alto Borough, Quincy Township, Washington Township, and Waynesboro Borough, on the southern border of the state.
The Greater Waynesboro Area is comprised of Mont Alto Borough, Quincy Township, Washington Township, and Waynesboro Borough, on the southern border of the state. Waynesboro is in the Cumberland Valley between Hagerstown, Maryland, and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. It is part of Chambersburg, PA Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is part of the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. It is 2 miles north of the Mason–Dixon line and close to Camp David and the Raven Rock Mountain Complex.
The Greater Waynesboro Area had been home to Native Americans for thousands of years prior to settlement by Anglo-Europeans in the mid-18th century. It is one of several dozen towns, cities, and counties named after General Anthony Wayne, a hero of the American Revolutionary War.
Population By Municipality
» Mont Alto Borough: 1,743
» Quincy Township: 5,519
» Waynesboro Borough: 10,673
» Washington Township: 14,270
*Total Population: 32,205 (*2010-2014 American Community Survey)
How’s the weather here? Great! Good enough, in fact, that Movoto Real Estate blog named Waynesboro a top town for weather in Pennsylvania with weather not prone to catastrophic proportions. Summers are warm with an average July temperature of 83 degrees. Winters are often mild with an average January temperature of 46 degrees.
Residents here enjoy picnics amidst budding flora in spring, lazy afternoon swims and rounds of golf during summer, walks under canopies of amber and scarlet foliage in fall and snowman building and sledding beneath clear winter skies.