OPEN HOUSE AND MEETING
The Pike Township Trustees will hold an OPEN HOUSE at the East Sparta Fire Department and Tri-Division Ambulance building located at 9333 Main Avenue S.E., on Monday, October 3, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. The Regular Trustee Meeting will be held at the same location at 7:30 p.m. No meeting will be held at the Pike Township Office.
MELSCHEIMER SCHOOL RESTORATION UPDATE
The restoration project on Melscheimer School was explained in a recent article published in the Press News on July 8, 2016. Click here to read the article.
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
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TOWNSHIP CLEANUP DAYS
The next clean up day will be held on Saturday, October 15 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All items must be bagged and non toxic. This will be the last clean up date of 2016.
COFFEE WITH A COP
Appreciation is expressed to Spring Valley Golf Course and the Stark County Sheriff’s Department for hosting the “Coffee with a Cop” program on Wednesday, November 4.
PIKE TOWNSHIP CENTENNIAL PROPERTIES
The Pike Township Bicentennial Committee has created the Centennial Property designation as a way to honor families who have a long history in the township. The Press News has been running articles about these families.
PIKE TOWNSHIP CELEBRATES ITS OLDEST RESIDENTS
CITIZENS OF THE YEAR
Congratulations to Bud and Key Weisen who have been selected as the 2015 East Sparta Citizens of the Year. Read more about Click this link to view the Press News article.
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.