Boyertown is a township area located in Berks Country, Pennsylvania at longitude -75.367 and latitude 40.334. The elevation of Boyertown is 420 feet. Boyertown is in the Eastern Time Zone (GMT -5). The borough of Boyertown was named after Henry Boyer, the early settler. It gained corporate existence in 1866. According to the 2007 census, the population of Boyertown is 3933. The population growth of the town is 0.46 percent. Nearly 98 percent of the residents are White and the rest are Asian, African, American and other races from Latino and Hispanic. The average sunny days in Boyertown are 207. The temperature will be usually high in July (80 Fahrenheit) and lowest in January (20 Fahrenheit). The average rainfall is 45 inches and average snowfall is 20 inches. The major landmarks of Boyertown are the Rhoads Opera House, Bear Stadium, Bahr’s Mill, Memorial Stadium, Cabot Corporation and the Museum of Historic Vehicles.
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