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DRUG DEACTIVATION PACKETS
The Ohio State Grange has provided Drug Deactivation packets to be given to those who need to get rid of unused medications.  The packets are self contained and can be picked up at the township office.  Judy Carrick of the Pike Grange presented the Trustees with the packets at a recent meeting.

TOWNSHIP CLEANUP DAYS
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2018 CLEAN UP DAYS!  The road crew and volunteers who come to work that day and the residents who bring items help to keep Pike Township clean!

The 2019 dates will be announced soon.

OHIO TOWNSHIP DAY
The first day of February is designated as “Ohio Township Day,” in recognition of township officials and employees and the Ohio township association and its officers. Township officials are encouraged to use this day to visit the schools to explain their duties and qualifications.

OFFICE HOURS
The Township Office is open each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  The office hours vary because the staff is often out inspecting properties or doing cemetery work. If you need to obtain a zoning certificate or need cemetery information, please call 330-866-3433 to be certain that someone will be in the office when you arrive.

IMPORTANT LINKS
Click  IMPORTANT LINKS  to access links to local and federal government websites.

TOWNSHIP NEWSLETTER
Click Township Newsletter to download the Spring/Summer 2017 Township newsletter.

STARK COUNTY  EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
Sign up HERE for the Stark County Emergency Notification System. In the event of a large scale emergency, an alert may be sent to the phone number and/or email address provided.  This is a free service provided thru Stark County Emergency Management Agency and partner agencies, however, normal message fees may apply

TOWNSHIP CRIME
Crime is on the rise in the Township. Daytime house burglaries are the most prominent and they have been in all areas of the Township. Please watch your neighbor’s property and report any suspicious activity by calling 911. Get license numbers, if possible, but don’t try to be a hero! Call the Sheriff at 330-430-3800.