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Scott Township

Scott Township is a township in the north central area of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 4,905.It is one of the five municipalities comprising the Lakeland School District. Township government consists of three elected supervisors with headquarters at the Joe Terry Civic Center, PA Route 438.GeographyAccording to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 71.4sqkm. Land occupies 70.5sqkm. The majority of its use is distributed among small farms, dense wooded areas, and residential development. This particular region makes up part of the extreme eastern edge of the Endless Mountains dissected plateau. The township is generally hilly with minor valleys cut by streams. These creeks—Rush Brook, Kennedy, South Branch Tunkhannock, and Hull—and larger bodies of water like Chapman Lake, Heart Lake, Griffin Reservoir, Peaceful Valley Pond, and Graves Pond account for the remaining 1.0sqkm, or 1.34%, of the township's area. Approximately the southern quarter of the township and a very small northeast corner drain into the Lackawanna River, with the rest of the watershed trending west eventually into the Susquehanna River many miles upstream from the confluence of the two.
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