Greater Rio Area Collaborative Committee


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Link to Rio Community School District Website

 

Link to Rio Shopper

 

Rio Historical Society

Village of Doylestown

Situated in the heart of Columbia County, Doylestown is a wonderful place. Located on County Highway A, a mile north of State Highway 16, this village offers a combination of rural life with easy access to the conveniences of neighboring villages and cities. It is the largest village in Columbia County in terms of area, but it has the smallest population.

Doylestown has a unique and colorful history. The village was founded by Lemuel Doyle around the time of the Civil War and has been incorporated since 1865. With the railroad as an attraction, the village grew as a settlement area for Irish and German immigrants, with cultural imprints from these people remaining yet today.

The Village has a unique blend of residential areas, agricultural property, and recreational sites. On the west, Doylestown embraces parts of Grassy Lake Wildlife area, a preserve of over 600 acres that teems with wildlife. Outside of the village center, much of the four square miles that make up the incorporated area is wetland or forest, with most of the rest open fields and farmland.

Natural beauty, community focused residents, and a well thought out land-use plan ensure that Doylestown has a bright future. See this map of Doylestown for a view of the whole picture.

 

St. Patrick Catholic Church in Doylestown
St. Patrick Catholic Church

 

St. John Church
St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church

 

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Upcoming Community Events
Please see Events page for more details.

September 19

Food Pantry Open, 10am-Noon
Library Board Meeting, Rio Library, 5pm

September 20

Hampden Township Board Meeting, Town Hall, 7pm

September 21

Storytime, Rio Library, 10:30am
Book Club, Rio Library, 1:30pm
Crafternoon, Rio Library, 3:30pm
Author Visit, Michael Eckers "The Home Front", Rio Library, 6pm

September 22

Lego Club, Rio Library, 3:30pm
Community Club Meeting, F&M Bank, 7pm

September 23

Film Friday, "Willy Wonka", Rio Library, 6:30pm
Youth Pizza Night, Faith Bible Church, 7pm

September 26

Food Pantry Open, 10am-Noon, 5-6pm
School Board Meeting, Rio MS/HS Room 142, 6:30pm

September 28

Storytime, Rio Library, 10:30am
STEAM, Rio Library, 3:30pm
Girl Scout Sign-up, Rio Elementary Cafeteria, 5:30pm
Special School Board Meeting, Rio MS/HS Room 142, 6:30pm