Call if you can, text only if you can’t

Text to 911 service is available in Franklin and Delaware Counties. However, public safety officials advise to only do so as a last resort. A text to 911 call doesn’t provide the same location information to emergency dispatchers as a phone call. In addition, …Read More

Support one another with the Help Map from Nextdoor

Neighborhood social networking app, Nextdoor, has introduced two new features, Help Maps and Groups, to give people a way to better support one another during the coronavirus outbreak. The Help Map offers a way to coordinate aid between those in need, like the elderly and …Read More

News delivered to your doorstep

Township and Dublin residents- Look for our spring newsletter in your mailbox next week. While we have cancelled some of our April educational programs advertised in this issue, we hope we will be able to offer those that are scheduled for later in the …Read More

Township limits facility access, cancels classes and non-essential services

In an effort to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 (Corona Virus), the Township is limiting access to all township buildings to employees only. Also cancelled until further notice are all scheduled events at township meeting rooms. Requests for new meeting room reservations prior to …Read More

Stay at home with flu-like symptoms. Call 911 if it’s an emergency

Unless you have a medical emergency, it is best to stay at home if you have any flu-like symptoms. By isolating yourself while you have flu-like symptoms, you are preventing the spread of the virus you have to others. Please do not go to a …Read More

Garage Cleaning–Get rid of hazardous waste

The Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO) operates a permanent drop off location for household hazardous waste. Consult their web site to find out what you can take there and the hours of operation. Latex paint should be hardened or solidified (dried) and …Read More

Sign up for Smart 911

Emergency professionals encourage you to register for Smart 911. The Smart 911 system allows users to create a profile that provides vital information to emergency dispatchers and first responders in the event of an emergency. You can provide as much or as little information as …Read More

Fire department requests levy renewal

Washington Township Trustees voted November 12, 2019 to place a five-year, 8.25 levy on the March ballot. The proposed levy would renew an existing five-year levy that voters passed in 2015 to support Washington Township’s Fire Department. If approved by voters, the cost of …Read More

Change your clocks and smoke detector batteries!

Smoke detectors are worthless if they don’t work. Use the return of Daylight Savings Time as a reminder to put fresh batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Some detectors are powered exclusively by batteries. Others are hardwired into a home’s electrical system and use batteries …Read More

Community garden plots available

Join our community garden! 12′ X 14′ plots available on a first-come, first-served basis. $40/season for residents, $50/season for non-residents. The Township supplies a water source, compost pile, and a convenient, sunny location. Gardeners supply the seeds, plants, plant supports (if needed), weeding, harvesting, and …Read More