Franklin Township is a suburb of Dayton with a population of 31,400. Franklin Township is in Warren County. Living in Franklin Township offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Franklin Township there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Franklin Township and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Franklin Township are above average.
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Franklin Township Reviews
I recently moved to Ohio from Arizona, the neighbor hood and town I was previously living in and franklin are two very different ends of the spectrum. in Arizona I was used to the fast paced life, and everything I needed on the corner or two minutes away. as apposed to franklin Ohio where I'm out in the middle of no where. the roads to me were the biggest adjustment to me, almost every road in Peoria had a light every mile or half mile and most of them were 4 lanes wide while some where even 6 lanes wide. also the streets system in Arizona was fairly easy it was just a grid that went straight across the entire valley. not like ohio, ohio has one street but that one street will change its name about 4 times also it will have a number and a name. However I have slowly gotten used to it an slowly have learned to the odd roads and housing tracks.
There are not many big businesses around where I live but there are many small ones. We have an athletic shop, thrift store, dollar stores, some convenient stores. Its not bad you just have to go out of town to go shopping or out to eat at a nice restaurant.
Franklin Township is a quiet old fashion town where neighbors look out for each other. I don't like the dog warden as he seems worthless.