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List of townships in Ohio

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List of townships in Ohio

The List of Ohio Townships provides an alphabetic list of the 1362 current and historic townships in Ohio. While some have been totally absorbed into cities or towns, becoming paper townships, the list does not give historic names for any that were renamed.

The 2010-2011 Ohio Municipal, Township and School Board Roster maintained by the Ohio Secretary of State lists 1,309 townships with a 2010 population totaling 5,680,042; meaning approximately 49% of the State's population were residents of townships.[1]


See: List of Ohio counties - List of cities in Ohio - List of villages in Ohio

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Ohio townships sorted by county

Most common Ohio township names

References

  1. ^ "The Ohio Township Roster" (Office Open XML Workbook). Ohio Secretary of State. Retrieved December 30, 2014.  [2]
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