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State College was incorporated as a borough on August 29, 1896, and has grown with the college, which was renamed The Pennsylvania State University in 1953.
In 1973 State College adopted a home rule charter which took effect in 1976; since then, it has not been governed by the state's Borough Code, although it retains "Borough of State College" as its official name.
Annual precipitation averages 39.8 inches (101 cm), with 45.9 inches (117 cm) of annual snowfall on average.
there are 42,034 people, 12,610 households, and 3,069 families residing in the borough.
Other notable employers include the Federal Government (448 employees), YMCA (437 employees), Wegmans (420 employees), Accu Weather (370 employees), Mc Donald's (298 employees), Minitab (279 employees), Giant Food Stores (251 employees), Sheetz (237 employees), Raytheon (228 employees), Darden Restaurants (200 employees), Penn State Hershey Medical Group (190 employees), State College Borough Government (189 employees) and Centre Area Transportation Authority (178 employees).
Streets are closed off and lined with booths where people can buy paintings, pottery, jewelry, and other hand-made goods.
The university has a post office address of University Park, Pennsylvania.
When Penn State changed its name from College to University in 1953, its president, Milton S.
A referendum failed to yield a majority for any of the choices for a new name, and so the town remains State College. The post office, which has since moved across an alley to the Mc Allister Building, is the official home of ZIP code 16802 (University Park).
33.6% of all households were made up of individuals and 5.1% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older.
The average household size was 2.30 and the average family size was 2.71.
On game day, an autograph session with the football student-athletes is held in Beaver Stadium, prior to kickoff of the Blue-White football intrasquad scrimmage game.
Some of the other popular annual events in the area include "First Night State College", a New Year's Eve celebration with carved ice sculptures and musical performances that takes place in downtown State College and "Central PA 4th Fest", a day-long event which includes Fourth of July fireworks, crafts, food vendors and entertainers.