The population was 14, at the census up from 11, at the census.
The township has the name of George Washington. The township occupies the southeast corner of Franklin County, bounded to the east by Adams County and to the south by Washington and Frederick counties in the state of Maryland. The township surrounds the borough of Waynesboroa separate municipality.
The western two-thirds of the township are in the Great Appalachian Valleywhile the eastern third is on the ridges and valleys of South Mountain. The Appalachian Trail traverses South Mountain through the township. Pennsylvania Route 16 crosses the township and passes through Waynesboro, leading east to Emmitsburg, Marylandand west to Greencastle, Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Routes and are north-south roads through the township, both passing through Waynesboro. According to the United States Census Bureauthe township has a total area of The extreme east end of the township lies east of the crest of South Mountain and is part of the Monocacy River watershed, another tributary of the Potomac.
As of the census  ofthere were 11, people, 4, households, and 3, families residing in the township. The population density was There were 4, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the township was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.