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Progress is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community in the Susquehanna Township and Lower Paxton Township of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Part of the Harrisburg-Carlisle Metropolitan Statistical Area, it was named for the progressive spirit of its original inhabitants.
Today, the community has a population of 10,094 people. It is the 5th best place to live in Dauphin County, according to Niche.com. The CDP offers a dense suburban feel. 58% of its residents own their homes. Houses in the area have a median price of $155,100. The median rent price is $921. The main roads serving Progress are Interstate 81, Interstate 83, U.S. Route 22 (Walnut Street) and Elmerton Avenue.
Dauphin Plaza is the main shopping mall that operates in the community of Progress. Providing regular goods for residents and visitors to the area, it is home to a number of specialty stores, services and restaurants. Some of the tenants of the shopping mall are:
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Veterans Memorial Park is one of the many parks that are owned and managed by the Susquehanna Township Parks and Recreation Department. Located on Elmerton Avenue, it provides a recreational space for children and families of Progress. The park offers amenities such as a baseball field, cornhole court, playground structure for two to five years old, playground structure for five to 12 years old, footbridge, pavilion, grills, concession stand with refrigerator, microwave and sink, switchback leading to Capital Area Greenbelt, and a Veterans' Memorial. It is also home to the Susquehanna Soccer Club.
Capital Area Greenbelt is a 20-mile looping trail in Dauphin County. Situated partly in the CDP of Progress, it provides visitors and tourists with recreational opportunities like bicycle riding, hiking, jogging, walking their dogs, fishing, bird watching, and nature viewing. The trail passes alongside the Susquehanna River through Riverfront Park, Wildwood Park, Reservoir Park, and Five Senses Garden, as well as as the Governor's Mansion, the grave site of John Harris Sr., Fort Hunter, National Civil War Museum, and Harrisburg State Hospital.
Were you assaulted during a hospital visit or stay? Call our Progress hospital abuse lawyers today to discuss your potential claim. We can assist you in filing a lawsuit against your predator and the organization that neglected to keep you safe. Contact us now!
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