Washington County, Kentucky Basics:

Washington County Kentucky - Government Site

Population: 11,861
Area: 297 square miles
County seat: Springfield
Area code(s) in use: 859
Time zone: EST
High school graduate or higher: 80.0%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 14.0%
Median household income: $39,748
Persons in poverty: 15.8%
Home ownership rate: 81.3%
Mean travel time to work: 28.9 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Anderson  Boyle  Marion  Mercer  Nelson  

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Map of the Washington County area

Our detail map of Washington County shows the Washington County, Kentucky boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Washington County, Kentucky

  Airports     show all on map

Arnolds Airport, Lebanon-Springfield Airport

  Bridges     show all on map

Sharpsville Covered Bridge (historical), Tunnel Mill Covered Bridge (historical)

  Buildings     show all on map

Mackville Fire Department, Springfield Fire Department, Washington County Ambulance Service, Washington County Fire Department, Willisburg Fire Department

  Cemeteries     show all on map

Baker Cemetery, Barnes Cemetery, Bottom Cemetery, Burns Cemetery, Cocanougher Cemetery, Cull Cemetery, Darling Cemetery, Dorsey Cemetery, Fairview Church Cemetery, Glens Creek Cemetery, Hall Cemetery, Holderman Cemetery, Keene Cemetery, Masters Cemetery, Mc Mullin Cemetery, Moore Cemetery, Perkins Cemetery, Pile Cemetery, Pleasant Grove Church Cemetery, Prather Cemetery, Royalty Cemetery, Russell Cemetery, Saint Dominics Cemetery, Salzman Cemetery, Sea Cemetery, Settle Cemetery, Stine Cemetery, Tucker Cemetery, Young Cemetery

  Churches     show all on map

Antioch Christian Church, Battle Baptist Church (historical), Beech Grove Church (historical), Bethlehem Church, Brush Grove Baptist Church (historical), Glens Creek Church (historical), Hardins Chapel, Hardins Creek Baptist Church (historical), Hillsboro Church, Holy Rosary Church, Mount Freedom Church, Mount Olivet Baptist Church (historical), Mount Zion Church, Mount Zion Church, New Hope Church, Popes Chapel (historical), Rockbridge Baptist Church, Saint Rose Priory (historical), Thompsonville Baptist Church (historical), Thompsonville Church, Wesley Chapel, Willisburg Church

  Crossings     show all on map

Careys Little Mill Ford (historical), Gordons Ford (historical)

  Islands     show all on map

Careys Island

  Locales     show all on map

Altamont Farm (historical), Booker Railroad Station (historical), Bredding Grist Mill (historical), Careys Tunnel Mill (historical), Croakes Railroad Station (historical), Dorseys Mill (historical), Lone Star, Maple Grove, Parkers Landing (historical), Phillips Station (historical), Rays Mill (historical), Robert Worth Bingham Memorial Four H Camp (historical), Ryans Mill (historical), Sharps Mill (historical), Sugar Grove, Tatham Springs Hotel and Health Resort (historical), Valley Hill Railroad Station (historical)

  Parks     show all on map

Ben Hardin Historical Marker, Elenores Historical Marker, Elmwood Historical Marker, House of History Historical Marker, Jesse Head Historical Marker, John Hunt Morgans Raids Historical Marker, John Pope Historical Marker, Lincoln Homestead State Park, Matthew Walton Historical Marker, Saint Catherine Historical Marker, Saint Rose Priory Historical Marker, Washington County Historical Marker

  Populated Places     show all on map

Battle, Bearwallow, Booker, Briartown, Brush Grove, Cardwell, Cisselville, Croakes, Fredericktown, Hardesty, Hickory Grove (historical), Jenkinsville, Jimtown, Litsey, Mackville, Manton, Maud, Monfort (historical), Mooresville, Oakland (historical), Pleasant Grove, Polin, Pottsville, Pulliam, Rineltown, Saint Catharine, Seaville, Sharpsville, Simstown, Springfield, Tablow, Tatham Springs, Texas, Thompsonville, Valley Hill, Willisburg

  Post Offices     show all on map

Antioch Post Office (historical), Battle Post Office (historical), Beech Fork Post Office (historical), Beechland Post Office (historical), Booker Post Office (historical), Cardwell Post Office (historical), Croakville Post Office (historical), Fenwick Post Office (historical), Fredericktown Post Office (historical), Jenkinsville Post Office (historical), Jensonton Post Office (historical), Kirkland Post Office (historical), Litsey Post Office (historical), Manton Post Office (historical), Maple Hill Post Office (historical), Maud Post Office (historical), McIntyre Post Office (historical), Mooresville Post Office (historical), Polin Post Office (historical), Pulliam Post Office (historical), Saint Catharine Post Office, Seaville Post Office (historical), Sharpsville Post Office (historical), Simms Post Office (historical), Tatham Post Office (historical), Texas Post Office (historical), Valley Hill Post Office (historical), Willisburg Post Office (historical), Yancey Post Office (historical)

  Reservoirs     show all on map

Springfield Reservoir, Willisburg Lake

  Schools     show all on map

Brush Grove School (historical), Cardwell School (historical), Fredericktown Elementary School (historical), Fredericktown High School (historical), Independence School (historical), Kirkland School (historical), Lincoln Park School (historical), Mackville High School (historical), Manton School (historical), Maud Consolidated School (historical), Pinkston School, Pleasant Grove Academy (historical), Poortown School (historical), Saint Catharine College, Saint Thomas Aquinas College (historical), Smith School (historical), Texas School (historical), Valley Hill School

  Streams     show all on map

Allen Branch, Beaver Creek, Big Rock Run, Bluegrass Branch, Booker Branch, Brady Branch, Camp Branch, Cane Run, Caney Branch, Cartwright Creek, Corn Branch, Danbow Creek, Doe Run, Dry Run, Durr Branch, East Fork Beech Fork, East Fork Glens Creek, Glens Creek, Grove Branch, Gum Lick, Haydon Branch, Hoehammer Branch, Hog Run, Isham Branch, Lick Creek, Lick Run, Lincoln Run, Little Rock Run, Long Lick Creek, Long Run, Mays Creek, Mill Creek, North Prong Long Lick Creek, Parker Run, Pigeon Branch, Piles Run, Pleasant Grove Branch, Pleasant Run, Plum Run, Poorhouse Branch, Prather Creek, Road Run, Road Run, Rush Run, Seibert Creek, Servant Run, Shay Branch, Short Creek, Station Run, Steep Hollow Branch, Sulphur Creek, Sunfish Creek, Taylors Fork, Thompson Creek, Three Lick Creek, Tick Creek, Traces Creek, Turkey Creek, Walker Run, Wheatley Branch, White Oak Branch, Wide Lick, Yokum Branch

  Summits     show all on map

Armory Hill, Cemetery Hill, Durr Hill, Mayo Hill, Tatham Springs Hill

  Towers     show all on map

WMQQ-FM (Springfield)

  Valleys     show all on map

Frog Hollow,

Washington County, Kentucky Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteWashington County White population 10,90010,900  
BlackWashington County Black population 759759
MixedWashington County Mixed population 142142
AsianWashington County Asian population 3635
American IndianWashington County American Indian population 1211
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderWashington County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
State population table
Kentucky population by county