Washington Township Looking for a Contract Photographer

Washington Township and the Washington Township Fire Department is seeking a professional photography vendor to be on contract and capture photos during the end of 2021 and all of 2022. The vendor will capture images for use on all media channels including, but not …Read More

Be safe, be seen on Halloween

If you will be escorting your children through your neighborhood on Beggar’s Night or to and from a neighbor’s house for a Halloween Party, share the rules of safety you’d like your children to follow when they decide what costume they will wear, cross streets, approach homes, and …Read More

Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest 2021

Celebrate National Fire Prevention Week with us by creating a poster and entering it in our contest. The theme this year is LEARN THE SOUNDS OF FIRE SAFETY. All third graders enrolled in Dublin City Schools, Washington Elementary (Hilliard Schools), St. Brigid’s, Tree of …Read More

Four Small Permanent Fire Levies will not be Collected in 2022

The Franklin County Budget Commission has approved Washington Township’s request to forgo four small permanent fire levies for 2022 that would save Dublin homeowners $34.14 per $100,000 of assessed valuation, or about $102 dollars on a $300,000 valued home. The levies have been present …Read More

Learn What to Burn

As patio fire pits and outdoor fireplaces grow in popularity, so does backyard burning. Homeowners enjoy fire pits and outdoor fireplaces for warmth, recreation and cooking. Backyard fires are permissible in Dublin and the unincorporated Township, as long as they comply with Ohio Fire Code and Ohio Environmental …Read More

September is National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month (NPM) is recognized annually in September to encourage family and community disaster planning for not only a month, but every day, throughout the year. This year also marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11, where a series of four coordinated terrorist attacks …Read More

Rumpke Waste and Recycling

Starting January of 2022, Washington Township will provide residential solid waste and recycling services to the unincorporated residents free of charge. The residential service package selected by the Township includes one 95/gallon rolling trash cart and one 95/gallon rolling recycling cart for each residence. This standardized …Read More

Back-to-School Fire Safety

Back-to-school season is here and students of all ages could should know the basics about fire safety whether it is at home or at school.  Here are a few simple tips on fire safety, to share with friends and family.   Stop, drop, and …Read More

AEP Pole Project

AEP Ohio is upgrading its equipment to support the Washington Township/Dublin area’s growing energy needs. Upgrades will include replacing existing poles with poles that are approximately five feet taller, and installing approximately six miles of new overhead electric line on the new poles. The …Read More

Lightning Safety Week

Summer has finally arrived and that means the chances for severe thunderstorms increase across Ohio. From June 20-26, Ohio recognizes Lightning Awareness Safety Week and we encourage all Washington Township residents to know what to do before, during, and after thunderstorms. So far in …Read More