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. 

 
 
 

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Future plans for parks

The Washington Township Board of Trustees is currently evaluating the potential for transitioning the management of parks operations and recreational programming to other government entities.

A discussion about the future ownership and management of Kaltenbach Park, The Homestead Park and the Community Center will occur on July 8, 2014 at 8 am at the regular session meeting of the Washington Township Board of Trustees. The meeting will be at the Washington Township Administration Building, 6200 Eiterman Road, Dublin, Ohio 43016 and is open to the public.

It is the intention of the Trustees that the parks and the community center remain public facilities if ownership and management would change to a different government entity.For additional information, or questions, please contact Sara Ott, Township Administrator, at 614-652-3929 or sott@wtwp.com or Janell Thomas, Director of Parks and Recreation, at 614-652-3943 or jthomas@wtwp.com.

 

 

Great grilling

Grilled meats and vegetables are hard to beat. Prepare your summertime fare the safe way.

Use grills where they will not tip over or ignite objects above them. If you use a grill fueled by liquid propane (LP), check all fuel line connections periodically for leaks by coating them with a solution of soap and water and watching for bubbles, an indicator of a leak.Light LP-fueled gas grills according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Turn off burner valves and the supply valve on the gas cylinder or tank when the grill in not in use. Never store an LP-fueled grill indoors.

If you use charcoal, make sure it is completely cooled before disposing of it. Douse with water if you aren't sure.

Have long-handled grilling tools on hand to give the chef at your house plenty of clearance from heat and flames when flipping burgers. 

 

 

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Pedal through stress

Relieve stress and give your body what it needs to thrive! Try a bicycle ride. Pedal through tension and sluggishness to create a new you from the inside out! Dublin has over 100 miles of paved paths, creating many options for distance and destinations. The smooth, mostly-flat terrain gives bicyclists of all experience levels a chance to enjoy the thrills of two-wheel travel without the worries of negotiating with car traffic. 

Bike trail Ettiquette

Be courteous.  Respect all trail users. Yield to slower users. Obey the rules of the trail.

Announce when passing. Use a bell, horn or voice to indicate your intention to pass.

Yield to traffic at places where the trail crosses the road.

Be predictable. Travel in a straight line unless you are avoiding hazards or passing. Indicate your intention to pass.

Keep right. Stay as close to the right as possible, except when passing. 

Pass on left. Pull out when you are sure the lane is clear.

Use lights at night. Use a white front and red rear light.

Do not block the trail. For group rides, use no more than half the trail. Stop and regroup completely off the trail.

Keep it clean. Place all your trash in its proper place.

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>>