About Franklin County Washington
Franklin County was named after the famous Benjamin Franklin, and was formed out of the Whitman County on November 28, 1883. The 2000 census reflects a population of 49,347. The prominent geographical landmarks of the County are the Columbia River , Hanford Nuclear Reservation site and the Columbia basin comprising of Juniper Dunes Wilderness and ‘ Snake River. As an agricultural center, Franklin County's infrastructure plays a major role in moving diversified agricultural products into domestic and world markets. Franklin County Washington is bordered by Adams County on the north, Whitman County on the east, Walla Walla County on the south and Benton County on the west.
Franklin County Government
1016 N 4th Ave
Pasco, WA 99301
Phone: (509) 545-2130
Website: Franklin County Washington