Concord Township, Troy, Ohio USA


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Concord Township

1150 Horizon West Ct.

Troy, OH 45373



(937) 339-1492



(937) 332-1828





Welcome to Concord Township!

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the Heart of Miami County, Ohio



Trustee Meetings:

  • 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, October 6,
    Tuesday, October 20



Information about Concord Township


Township Officials:

Three Elected Trustees, One Elected Fiscal Officer, One Operations Superintendent, Two Full Time Employees and Five Part-time Employees

Township Equipment:

Three Large Dump Trucks, Three Pickups, One Back Hoe, One leaf Machine, Road Patcher, Snow Removal and Mowing Equipment


Township Area:

The 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



Population, Unincorporated 5336, Incorporated 21,999, Total; 27335



Budget is $2.2 Million. Revenue Sources, 86% From Residential, 9.4% Business, Permits etc, 4.6% Agricultural



Concord Township has two cemeteries, Thomas and Barbee, and they are both inactive.




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Alert !


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.


Services Offered:

  • 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 Pickup
  • Brush Pickup
  • Roadside Grass and Weed Control
  • Maintenance of Road Ditches
  • Miami County Sanitary Sewer System
  • Miami County Water System
  • Miami County Zoning and Planning
  • Miami County Health Department Nuisance Control