Bath Township, Ohio








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Bath Township

Administration Offices

3864 West Bath Rd.

Akron, OH  44333

P.O. Box 1188

Bath, OH  44210-1188


Fax:  330-666-0305


Bath Police Department's Safety Town

Safety Town is a five day summer educational program that instructs kindergarten aged children on crossing the street, traffic lights, seat belts, bus safety, the work of police officers and firefighters, bike safety and more.  Also, in a simulated village complete with miniature buildings, cars with seat belts, and traffic signals, children will practice and experience a variety of situations so that they may respond decisively when confronted with those same situations in real life.  The serious subject of safety is combined with craft activities, songs and lots of fun. There is no fee to participate.

Should any questions arise, please feel free to contact Chief Vito Sinopoli at the Bath Police Department.  330-666-3736


Safety Town 2017 was a great success.
Click here for a slide show.



GASP ID Service for Safety Town

Dates for 2017: June 12 through June 16
Registration will begin March 7

There are two sessions available:
9 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
12:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Participants must be Bath Township residents or reside within the Revere Local School District.
Old Trail students may also attend.

There is NO FEE to participate.

Click links below for forms or they may be obtained in the lobby at the Bath Police Department. 
Registration form - fill-in online and email
Registration form - print, fill-in and mail

Student volunteers (ages 13 and over only) are needed to help with Safety Town.
Student assistant responsibilities and expectations are listed on the application forms. Please complete the form, have parent or guardian sign, and return applications no later than May 15th.

Student Volunteer Positions Have Been Filled.

If the number of volunteer applications received exceeds our need for volunteers, unfortunately cuts may need to be made. 
Generally, older teen applicants are given priority.