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Washington Township is one of the largest townships in Indiana. It is located in the northern section of Indianapolis. It is known for it’s tree-lined streets, well-established neighborhoods, and a top-rated school system. Many of the residential neighborhoods are well-maintained and are in the middle to upper income range.

Meridian-Kessler is an historic district known for its homes in the upper income range, including the governor’s mansion, shown here.

Broad Ripple is known for its charming bungalows, boutiques, art galleries, antique shops, sidewalk cafes, ethnic restaurants, nightclubs, and pubs.

The Monon Trail, shown below, runs through Nora and Broad Ripple. It offers recreation for walkers, runners, and bikers.

Butler University and the Indianapolis Museum of Art are also popular sites in Washington Township.

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Monon Bridge

Area Statistics

Area: 36 square miles

Population: Approximately 136,000

Boundaries: N 96th St., S 38th St., E Graham Rd., W Lincoln

Schools: Washington Township Schools, Indianapolis Public Schools

Utilities: Indianapolis Power and Light, Citizen’s Gas and Coke, Indianapolis Water Company