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  • Inventing Our Future

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    The City of Franklin is boldly planning to ensure our great City captures the type of growth and economic development that will lead us into the future.

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Warren County has been one at Ohio's fastest-growing regions, increasing an average of 26% since 2000. Warren County's population estimate is 200,000; approximately 17 new residents added per day. One of the major attractions? A top-performing education system. In fact, Warren County has a higher percentage of "excellent" school districts than all but two of Ohio's 88 counties. Quality schools coupled with a high quality of life, shopping amenities, tourist attractions, and roadway network ensures continued success in the future.

Franklin provides access to an educated and talented workforce ready to support a variety of industry needs. Located on I-75 midway between Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio, we are able to draw highly skilled employees who already reside here. Employers also are able to draw employees from neighboring counties because of its easy access to the various highways in the region.  A workforce of more than 2-million people live within a 30-mile radius of Warren County, providing companies unparalleled access to human resource capabilities.

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Warren County Career Center is the valued partner of choice within the educational and economic systems of our communities, by providing quality academic and career technical education.

The Cincinnati-Dayton area is also rich with opportunities for higher education, with a number of readily-accessible colleges and universities. Universities in the area include Sinclair Community College, Central State University, Miami University (Oxford) and Miami University Regionals, Cincinnati State (Middletown and Main Campus), The University of Cincinnati, The University of Dayton, Wilberforce University, Wright State University, and Xavier University. Numerous colleges in the area offer both two and four-year degrees.