Classic Town Germantown
In October 2009, Germantown was designated a Classic Town of Greater Philadelphia by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. Germantown Community Connection is the local representative for Classic Town Germantown.
Germantown is a diverse and progressive community with a rich history. It was settled by immigrant Mennonite and Quakers settlers in 1683. Germantown’s charm is its accessibility, blend of urban and traditional lifestyles and impressive housing, education, transportation, parks, recreational options and its many historic sites. Germantown is just six miles northwest of Center City Philadelphia.
The GCC Classic Town Germantown Group meets the first Tuesday of each month at The First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, 35 West Chelten Avenue at 9:30 AM.
Its primary purpose is to promote Germantown as a great place to live, work, play, visit, connect and invest.