Wabash Township is located in Indiana with a population of 6,308. Wabash Township is in Adams County. Living in Wabash Township offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Wabash Township and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Wabash Township are highly rated.
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Wabash Township Reviews
There isn't a huge variety of stores in my town. This is because it is a very small town. The Chamber of Commerce is trying to help our local businesses grow. We live in an Amish community, so the local campgrounds bring a lot of business during camping season, but mostly just to the Amish stores. We have a few mom-and-pop type shops, everything else is just old businesses that have been bought out by other people. The quality of these stores isn't fantastic, but they do give customers a nice "rustic" feel. The variety pretty much covers the necessities and a handful of restaurants. The only big companies we have in our town are the Community Markets, ACE Hardware, McDonalds, Pizza King, and Pizza Hut
This one is hard to rate, as we have a great police squad in the area, but the amount of crime has increased. As very people know, the number of drug busts and leads in our area is terrifyingly increasing.
As long as I can live out in the country, and there is enough farm ground around me so that the Amish can't turn the country into town with all of their house building, it will still be pretty okay.