Rocky Fork Township is a suburb of Columbia with a population of 9,351. Rocky Fork Township is in Boone County. Living in Rocky Fork Township offers residents a suburban rural mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Rocky Fork Township there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Rocky Fork Township and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Rocky Fork Township are above average.
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Rocky Fork Township Reviews
Hallsville is a small town with almost nothing to do for recreation. Hallsville's park is perhaps the one and only place the youth of the town can go to "hang out". The ongoing joke is that the Casey's general store is the "most modern place in town". Casey's is the go to place for most of the students attending Hallsville High, as they are often seen going in and out of the store, especially during drama practices at the church across the road from the store. I personally do not have a problem with this however, because it forces me to spend more time with my friends, going over to their house, or they come to mine, as opposed to us going out and playing at some arcade. The lack of recreation provided by the town, forces its residents to make their own fun, whether that be in the form of socializing with their neighbor, or just walking the sidewalks that line the streets. Overall, I would rate Hallsville as an okay place to live, not great, but certainly not bad.
Columbia boasts the stores of a big city, but with a small town feel. We have everything we need short of Chik-fil-a and huge department stores. There's an influx of donut shops and coffee shops lately!
In my time in Hallsville, of which only five years were spent actually paying attention to this sort of thing, I have only heard of two criminal events. In my mind, that suggests that the crime in Hallsville practically does not exist.