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Communications

  • 7
    Television stations
  • 32
    Radio stations
  • 1
    Daily newspaper
  • 19
    Weekly newspapers

Education

Public Schools

  • 387
    Public schools buildings
  • 205,488
    Students (average daily membership)
  • 11,953.6
    Teachers (full time equivalent)
  • $11,017
    Expenditures per student
  • 67.0%
    Graduation rate

Non-public Schools

  • 80
    Non-public schools
  • 20,972
    Students

Other

  • 1
    4-year public universities
  • 1
    2-year public colleges / satellites
  • 4
    Private universities and colleges
  • 6 / 27
    Public libraries (main / branches)

Health Care

  • 5,191
    Physicians (MDs & DOs)
  • 16
    Registered hospitals
  • 6,056
    Number of hospital beds
  • 60
    Licensed nursing homes
  • 6,494
    Number of nursing home beds
  • 55
    Licensed residential care
  • 4,554
    Number of residential care beds

Transportation

  • 1,128,044
    Registered motor vehicles
  • 118.63
    Interstate highway miles
  • 117.76
    U.S. highway miles
  • 122.54
    State highway miles
  • 4,299.74
    County, township, and municipal road miles
  • 6
    Commercial airports

Vital Statistics

  • 18,827
    Births
  • 8,946
    Deaths
  • 8,138
    Marriages
  • 4,575
    Divorces

Voting

  • 804,115
    Registered voters

Source

The Ohio Development Services Agency Office of Research Ohio County Profiles, Franklin County, 2016.