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The borough is located in the "Bucks County Interconnector" which connects Route 611 (Levittown Parkway) with Pennsylvania Route 413 and Interstate 95. It was first settled by English Quakers in 1682, and many of their descendants remain today. Doylestown has been named one of the nation's Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2009 by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Doylestown is home to a variety of businesses including manufacturing, retail stores, restaurants and professional offices as well as several county government facilities including Bucks County Court House Complex & Sheriff's Office Headquarters at Central Courthouse Square on North Main Street; The Bucks County Free Library – Central Branch on West State Street; The Administrative Center at 100 East Court Street; District Attorney’s Office & Law Enforcement Center at 200 South Main St.; Department Of Public Works/Engineering Division Offices And Garage At 515 Butler Pike Road ;and numerous other county departments are also housed within these buildings or nearby throughout town.