Cetronia is an unincoporated community in South Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States, near the city of Allentown. State Route 1002 ( Tilghman Street) and Pennsylvania Route 309 run through Cetronia while Cedar Crst Blvd. runs east of it.
Interstate 78 runs southwest of Cetronia prior to its merge with PA Route 309. Interstate 476, the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, forms the informal boundary between this area and the Kuhnsville area just to the west. US 22, the Lehigh Valley Thruwy, runs north of Cetronia, forming an informal boundary with the Crackersport and Walbert area to the north. I-476 has an interchange with US 22 at the western edge of Cetronia, which uses the Allentown zip code of 18104.
As of 2010 census, Cetronia was (93%) White Non-Hispanic, (.024%) Black or African American, (.014%) Asian, (.054%) Hispanic or Latino, (.014%) were two or more races, and (.016%) were some other race. There were 1,123 Females (53%) and 992 Males (46.9%) with the most of the population of 384 (18.1%) under 18 and 1,731 (81.8%) 18 and over. Ages 50-64 is the highest group 500 (23.6%) followed by 65 & over with 449 (21.2%), then 35-49 with 431 (20.3%), then 25-34 with 202 (.095%) and finally 20-24 with 106 (.050%).
More information is available at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cetronia,_Pennsylvania