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Name County Population (2010 census) Notes
Almena-District 4 Township  Norton  566  Organized in the 1970s from Almena and Grant townships. 
Center-District 1 Township  Norton  1,393  Created in the 1970s from Aldine, Center, Crystal, Emmett, Garfield, Rock Branch, and Rockwell townships. 
Highland-District 2 Township  Norton  604  Created from Almelo, Clayton, Highland, Lenora, Leota, Modell, Noble, and Orange townships in the 1970s. 
Norton (city)  Norton  2,928   
Solomon-District 3 Township  Norton  180  Organized in the 1970s from Belle Plaine, Lincoln, Sand Creek, Solomon, and West Union townships. 
Aldine Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Center Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Crystal Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Emmett Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Garfield Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Rock Branch Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Rockwell Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Center-District 1 Township in the 1970s. 
Almena Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Almena-District 4 Township in the 1970s. 
Grant Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Almena-District 4 Township in the 1970s. 
Harrison-District 6 Township  Norton    Known until the 1970s as Harrison Township. 
Almelo Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Highland Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Lenora Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Modell Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Noble Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Orange Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Belle Plaine Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Solomon-District 3 Township in the 1970s. 
Lincoln Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Solomon-District 3 Township in the 1970s. 
Sand Creek Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Solomon-District 3 Township in the 1970s. 
Solomon Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Solomon-District 3 Township in the 1970s. 
West Union Township  Norton    Absorbed into the new Solomon-District 3 Township in the 1970s. 
Clayton Township  Norton    Organized from part of Leota Township in 1901, and absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 
Leota Township  Norton    Part taken to organize Clayton Township in 1901; the remainder was absorbed into the new Highland-District 2 Township in the 1970s. 

Smaller cities and towns in Kansas are included within the surrounding township. However, cities of the first and second class (generally, those with more than 2,000 inhabitants) are administratively separate and independent of any township.

Township Map of Norton County, ca. 2000:
Township Map of Norton County, 2000

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