Harrison Township is located in Ohio with a population of 2,332. Harrison Township is in Carroll County. Living in Harrison Township offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. Many families live in Harrison Township and residents tend to be conservative.
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There is no public transportation in the area. I live in a small town. Everyone drives a car almost everywhere. You can walk if you live in the town, but cannot get to everything by walking. My family had put 60,000 miles on our car in 3 years because we live out of town and it takes 20 minutes to get to our town and 35 minutes to get to the bigger city. Right now our town is somewhat congested because of the oil and gas workers in town. 90% of them have white pickup trucks!
If you live in Ohio you get the 4 seasons. Winter is cold, long and snowy. Spring is wet and cold. Summer is hot, but sometimes cold and not long enough. Fall is warm and nice. All winter everyone says "why do we live here?" but then the weather warms up and we like Ohio again! But I think when I am older, I would like live somewhere else to experiece a different kind of weather. I would like to be warmer in the winter.
Things in Dellroy and Carrollton have been the same for many years. However, recently there has been an influx of workers in the gas and oil industry. They've created jobs for locals and even brought some of their own people. I like to think the mixing of these new people and those who have become stagnant over the years is one of progress, although not many people believe the same way I do