Franklin County Kansas
situated in East Central Kansas. The county’s population in 2010 was 25,992
according to 2010 census.
seat and the most populous city in
The county was instituted in 1855 and
named in honor of the renowned Benjamin Franklin. The County’s growth was
greatly influenced by the Indian tribe nativ
es as well as those in the county
by government treaties.
The transformation of
government reflects the development attitudes of
of effectively guiding the County into the future. To add up, the county
supports a number of
allied organizations in order to convey better service
towards the community.
Supported services includes Franklin
County Mental Health Clinic offering exceptional services to adults and younger
ones; facilities and services offer for the elderly, and facilities reflecting
the values of caring community and
Ransom Memorial Hospital which is the
top 100 community hospitals in the country.
is to foster an improved living and working environment by offering the
community with valuable, desired and indispensable public services in a
professional and courteous responsible manner.
to be a city of the second class under the standards established by the State
the same year, the bridge company was created and created a suspension bridge
The City operates as a retail and agricultural trading center
involving some 73,500 people. The City’s trade and commerce includes
manufacturers of plastic kennel products, air filtration units, steel
fabrication components, steel aircrafts components, cabinets and equipment in
restaurants, and two regional distribution services.
Ottawa is home of the Ottawa University, a privates institution of
four-year liberal arts college that supplies various cultural events for the
citizens of Ottawa and also aiming the best higher education services in the
Franklin County. In 1919, the
municipal auditorium is erected at the corner of
The City is a developing community of roughly 13,000 that has
become a well-liked destination for day trips and for exhausted travelers
searching for a convenient stop outside the metro area with less noise and traffic.
Population: 923 (2000)
Zip code: 66076
Where to go: Pomona Lake, Michigan Valley Park & Pomona State
County, Kansas just about 10 minutes
and 50 minutes to the
metro area. The Population of the city has been comparatively stable over the
past 30 years.
boating, swimming, sailing, jet skiing and sail boarding for families and
sailing, jet skiing and sail boarding.
Population: 1,606 (2000)
Zip code: 66092
Where to go: Christine’s
Garden & Kofo Radio
is a city in the heart of the nation. The City is just an hour from
both simple small town ambiance and easy access to the city. With a
appeal, Wellsville proffers
visitors and residents everything you need to raise
family and begin a business.
Population: 510 (2000)
Zip code: 66080
Where to go: Virginia Museum
of Fine Arts, Edgar Allen Poe Museum & Paramount’s Kings Dominion
in Franklin County, Kansas City metro. The community was named in honor of John
C. Richmond who gave land to the railroad. The City has a total land area of
0.3 square miles.
Population: 397 (2010)
Zip code: 66095
Where to go: Pome on the
Range Orchards and
RV Park and Campground
The city is in Franklin County, Kansas
and was named in lieu of William H. Scofield the landowner. In 2000 census,
income was $ 10,451, compared to $21,587 nationally.
City’s average commute time for workers is 26 minutes, same with 26 minutes
and Pome on the Range Fall Festival on October.
Population: 317 (2000)
Zip code: 66078
Where to go: Brand N Iron Bar
belongs in the
In terms of housing, the average rent in the city was $346 as of 2000 census.
For monthly homeowner costs with mortgage were $619. Almost 13% of
advanced college degree.
Population: 256 (2000)
Zip code: 66042
Where to go: Lane
is in the city in
residents in 2000. The community was named after
and political leader.
city median rent was $325 in 2000 and Monthly homeowner costs including
mortgages $644. Come and visit Lane for its annual Lane Agricultural Fair that
happens in month of August.
Population: 241 (2000)
Zip code: 66079
Where to go: Peckham’s
city is situated in Franklin County, Kansas with a total land area of 0.2
City’s 4% of
25 and older have an advanced college degree or a bachelor’s degree. Come and visit Peckham’s Pumpkin Patch and
pick your own pumpkins. The pumpkin patch will open during weekends from September
25 to Halloween. The patch offered big bale hay maze for kids and younger ones.