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According to the 2020 U.S. Census, the population of Franklin County is 155,932.
Based on our population, Franklin County is currently a fourth class county.
No, the municipality or the State owns all the roads.
The County does not have a Consumer Affairs Office. You may contact the State Bureau of Consumer Protection at 800-441-2555 or the State Office of Consumer Advocate for Public Utilities at (717) 783-5048. For additional information, go to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s website.
County offices are generally open from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM each weekday, excluding most Federal holidays. Please visit the Calendar page for a complete list of county-observed holidays.
This office is a state entity that is operated in each county in Pennsylvania. For Franklin County’s Assistance Office, call (717) 264-6121. The Assistance Office provides help with financial, housing, employment, food stamps, energy, etc.
You can contact either Franklin County Legal Services at (717) 262-2326 or Mid-Penn Legal Services at (717) 264-5354 to see if you qualify for legal services.
The local office of the Pennsylvania Department of Health can be reached at (717) 263-4143.
They may be reached by calling 866-656-5367 or 800-772-1213.