Throughout the 2000 USA Census, unincorporated White River Township accounted for 35,539 people (93% city, 7% rural).

Approximated average family members profits in 2008: $79,660 ($ 69,033 in 1999).
Approximated mean residence or condominium well worth in 2008: $199,602 (it was $149,800 in 2000).
Population density: 754 people per square mile.
Homeowners with incomes below 50% of the challenge level in 2008: 1.5%.

In 2008, a panel was created by the neighboring city of Greenwood, Indiana as well as selected citizens from White River Territory to evaluate the opportunity of incorporating the area right into the popular business restrictions of Greenwood. Conversations of the suggested combining increased fret about the southern community of Bargersville, Indiana that challenged elements of the Greenwood recommended merging technique for opposed locations targeted for future enhancement (normally pick building north of the Bargersville neighborhood limits.).

The action has yet to get to public tally. In addition, there are public accounts of existing Greenwood City Mayor, Charles Henderson, disliking making the White River Municipality merging an ongoing city task. Despite duplicated initiatives by the area of Bargersville to continue its northward addition, the existing White River Area Board Members/ Trustee have yet to proclaim their sights of precisely what the future of the area may be.

On January 4, 2011, the elected participants of the White River Area (WRT) board took the initial major activity of public office to choose as well as decline the merging method formerly approved by the previous WRT board participants. Throughout a board meeting hung on January 4, 2011, the Board Chairman at the time stated his desire to have major conversations involving the future of the unincorporated Center Grove community, to contain the usefulness of the Facility Grove area taking a look at the functionality of coming to be a community in the state of Indiana.

Center Grove is an unincorporated neighborhood positioned in White River Township, Johnson Area, Indiana. The location got its name from the Facility Grove Community College Firm.

A number of magazines from the Greenwood Board in addition to White River Township board have been produced, elected on, tested, re-produced, re-voted, and re-challenged by citizens of Greenwood, unincorporated White River Territory, in addition to Bargersville. One factor for the City of Greenwood enthusiasms in unincorporated White River Town is based partially on the city's job ahead to be a 'second course' city within the State of Indiana, as well as broadening its household tax commitment base to assist with the City's growing public monetary debt.

Despite resistance from neighborhood citizens of Greenwood, the city board's campaign for the City of Greenwood to come to be a 2nd class city in the State of Indiana took place without the advised combining with White River Municipality ever before being offered public ballot.