Welcome to Washington Township

The township provides services to unincorporated areas and to the City of Dublin. Emergency medical services, fire suppression, fire prevention, and recreation programs are among the services provided directly to all township residents. Road maintenance, planning and zoning services, solid waste collection, snow removal and cemetery maintenance are provided for directly or through outside contracts or cooperative agreements in the unincorporated areas. 

 
 
 

EMS Patient Customer Satisfaction Survey

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Homestead facility reservations online

Residents can now make Homestead Park shelter reservations for dates beginning September 1, 2015. Just visit the Metro Parks web site to see the facility options and prices.

 

Touch a Truck August 8

It's a free family event from 10 am to noon at Homestead Park, 4675 Cosgray Road.

Touch, climb in, get close to and size up fire and medic trucks, police cruisers, semi trucks, tractors and more! Help us stuff our truck with cans of food for Dublin Food Pantry. Bring all the food you can. Thank you in advance for your generous food contributions! 

 

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Township seeking 8.25-mill renewal fire levy in November

Washington Township Trustees voted July 14 to seek a renewal of an existing five-year tax, which would result in no tax increase for residents. The 8.25-mill levy on the November ballot supports the Township’s Fire Department and would renew the same levy voters passed in 2010. With the approval of voters, taxpayers will continue to pay $243 annually for every $100,000 of home value.

The renewal will continue to provide 75 percent of the fire department’s anticipated annual budget. Earlier this year, Trustees saved residents $500,000 a year by transferring the responsibility of Township parks to the City of Dublin and Metro Parks. That savings, in part, allows Township administration to continue providing services at current levels without asking for a tax increase over the next five years.

Funds generated by the levy will be used for day-to-day expenses to respond to emergencies, accidents and fires and replace equipment, including a 22-year-old ladder fire truck.   

City of Dublin Residents

City of Dublin residents are also residents of Washington Township. Exercise your resident privileges by taking advantage of the many programs and services available to you. The Fire Department and the Parks & Rec Department offer presentations on a variety of topics for all ages. more>>