TRUSTEE MEETING SCHEDULE AND AGENDA
Latest news and Events:
The wind storms on Monday, November 24 damaged the telephone lines to the Bath Township Communication Center.
Temporary lines for NON-EMERGENCY Police & Fire calls have been established. Those numbers are:
Citizens with EMERGENCIES can still dial 9-1-1. Those calls will be answered by the Fairlawn Police Department Dispatch. They will then notify Bath Police and Fire Departments.
Part Time Fire Inspector
Shaw Road Bridge Repair Update
The anticipated opening for the Shaw Road Bridge has been delayed. The expected opening is December 5, 2014. This is, of course, dependent upon the weather and any unforeseen construction delays.
Solid Waste Update
contracts with Rumpke for the township solid waste.
Waste Management cutomers are welcome to call the township office at 330-666-4007 to sign up for service.
On Thursday, Thanksgiving, there will be no trash pick-up. Thursday and Friday customers will be picked-up on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Bath Creek Wetland/Floodplain Restoration
Bath Nature Preserve Garden Bowl Restoration
Bath Township Historical Museum
"The Early Families of Bath Township, 1800-1850"
click here for brochure
Museum Hours Will Be:
Mondays 2 - 4 pm
Wednesdays 9 am - 2 pm
Last Saturday of the month 10 am - Noon
Final exhibit day - December 10, 2014
Heritage Corridors of Bath
An Ohio Scenic Byway
Places to See, Events, and Things to Do
Places to Eat and Shop
The Bath Fire Department is a local drop off site for Toys for Tots this year. Collection dates are through Tuesday, December 9, 2014. If you would like to donate, Toys for Tots is asking for new unwrapped toys. .
Monitor your children's E-devices for their safety.
Click here to view the programs presented by the Bath Police and Verizon
Bath Township is surveying residents to determine if they have interest in a plot at a Community Garden located in the Bath Nature Preserve
near Ira Road. 10' x 10' plots would be available for an annual fee. Please call 330-666-4007 if interesed and ask for Hannah.
Bath Offers Curbside Clothing Recycling
Click here to learn more.
Real Estate Relief Available for Storm Victims
Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen Scalise will be allowing filers to claim a reduction in the taxable value of certain property.
Residents can file an application for Valuation Deduction for Destroyed or Damaged Property (Form DTE 26). The form can be downloaded from the Summit County website, http://FiscalOffice.summitoh.net and click on the link titled “Damaged Property” listed in the “Real Estate and Appraisal” column. You must mail the completed form to the Fiscal Office at 175 S. Main St., Room 304, Akron, OH 44308.
For more information, call 330-643-2704.
The Army Corps of Engineers has provided resources for those who need a permit for work around streams or waterways. This presentation gives an overview of the permit process.
Click here for an explanation of some of the most common types of Army Corps permits.
If you have any questions or would like assistance, contact one of the individuals on this list. They will discuss your project with you and assist you in obtaining a permit.
2013 State Audit of Bath Township
Summit County Council Passes Panhandler Ordinance
Ordinance | Exhibits
Ohio Energy Conservation Kit
Call one of these numbers for your free items. Have your Ohio Edison account number handy.
Emergency Notification System
Receive alerts about
emergencies by signing up for Summit County Emergency
Bath Township – Summit County – State of Ohio
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