TRUSTEE MEETING SCHEDULE AND AGENDA
Latest news and Events:
Yellow Creek Road, between Sand Run and Revere, will be under repair. Traffic will be maintained through temporary traffic signals.
Revere Road between Ira Road and Woodsmill will be closed for repair from Tuesday, October 13th through Wednesday, October 21st.
Monday - Columbus Day - Township offices will be closed.
Trash collection will be normal - Monday - Friday.
Living Tree Program
Bath Township offers an opportunity for residents to commemorate a special event or to remember a loved one by having a tree planted on township property. A commemorative brass leaf plaque will also be placed on the bronze “Living Tree” located at the Bath Township Trustees’ Meeting Room. The cost for a “Living Tree” is $200 per tree. This includes the tree of your choice, installation of the tree, proper care and maintenance, and one engraved brass leaf plaque.
This is a good time to honor someone with a tree. Trees purchased now will be used in the new Heritage Corridors of Bath Wayside Exhibit being planned along Cleveland-Massillon Road just north of Ghent. The trees will be planted in fall.
Living Tree Brochure
Summit County Public Health will begin issuing Operation Permits to homeowners with Septic Systems on May 28, 2015. SCPH will mail Operation Permits to homeowners with septic systems that discharge treated effluent or that have been installed since 2007. Please visit the Summit County Public Health website at www.scph.org for more information on maintaining your home septic system. If you have questions, please email email@example.com.
Ohio Energy Conservation Kit
Call one of these numbers for your free items. Have your Ohio Edison account number handy.
Emergency Notification System
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Bath Township – Summit County – State of Ohio
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sensitive and professional services to the community and by recognizing the community’s history of independence, self reliance and tradition since 1818.
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