1150 Horizon West Ct.
Troy, OH 45373
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Welcome to Concord Township!
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the Heart of Miami County, Ohio
TRUSTEES PASS A "NO PARKING" POLICY
At the regular Trustees' meeting on Tuesday, May 20, the Trustees passed a resoluton prohibiting the parking of commercial, recreational, or camping vehicles, or boats or trailers on the streets of a residential subdivision. Read the resolution here.
- The Concord Township Trustees normally meet on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the Concord Township building, 1150 Horizon West Court, Troy, Ohio
- If a holiday falls on the regular meeting day, that meeting is postponed one day to Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
- Guests are welcome and are invited to speak at the beginning of the meeting and again near the end.
- The next two Trustees' meetings are scheduled for
Tuesday, August 5,
Tuesday, August 19
Information about Concord Township
Three Elected Trustees,
One Elected Fiscal Officer, One Operations
Superintendent, Two Full Time Employees and Five
Three Large Dump Trucks, Three
Pickups, One Back Hoe, One leaf Machine, Road Patcher,
Snow Removal and Mowing Equipment
Township has 36.10 miles of Township Roads, 30.41 miles of
County Roads, and 15.23 miles of State
Roads. Largest Political
Subdivision in Miami County, Twenty–seventh largest
Township in Ohio
5336, Incorporated 21,999, Total; 27335
is $2.2 Million. Revenue Sources, 86% From
Residential, 9.4% Business, Permits etc, 4.6%
Township has two cemeteries, Thomas and Barbee, and they are
Miami County Solid Waste Disposal Programs
June 6, July 2, August 6, September 3, and October 1: The 2014 Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off
See details about these programs by visiting the Sanitary Engineering portion of the Miami County website.
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A Deputy from the Miami County Sheriff's Office asked that we notify residents about the ongoing problems they are having with home break-ins. These crimes are happening increasingly in the daytime hours, while people are at work or school. The Deputy asked that everyone keep their eyes open for unusual cars or activity. He stressed that these invasions occur in neighborhoods as well as in outlying areas. The Sheriff's Deputies do not always know who "belongs" in an area and cannot stop citizens without a good reason. A report to 9-1-1 from a neighbor gives law enforcement the tools they need to investigate suspicious activity. He said that citizens should not hesitate to call 911 at any time.
- 24 hour fire
protection and Emergency
Medical Service from the Troy Fire Department
- 24 hour Law
Enforcement by Miami County Sheriff
- Road Maintenance,
Snow removal and Ice Control
- Seasonal Leaf
- Brush Pickup
- Roadside Grass
and Weed Control
- Maintenance of
- Miami County
Sanitary Sewer System
- Miami County
- Miami County
Zoning and Planning
County Health Department Nuisance
The Township picks up brush each month, April - September.
Residents wishing to schedule a brush pick-up should call the
Township Office at 339-1492 and leave your name and address.
This service is provided to residents to help dispose of
routine clippings and tree trimmings. The service is not
designed for the removal of limbs from a topped-out tree, a
tree cut to the ground, or the total removal of a tree.
Road Superintendant Neil Rhoades and his staff reserve the right to
refuse debris that is excessive in size and/or
A reminder to all Concord Township residents that the Township road crew picks up brush on the last two working days of each month. Residents wishing to have brush collected are to have their brush ready for pickup on the next to the last work day of the month. The road crew only canvasses a neighborhood one time so if your brush is not ready when they arrive you will need to wait until the next month for pick-up.