Our mission is to model excellence in local government through accountability to the community. We strive daily to address the needs of our residents and provide them with recreational facilities, safe roadways, fire suppression/safety, and medical services in a compassionate and fiscally responsible manner. We are dedicated to continually improving and increasing
our efficiency, while providing
extraordinary service to the citizens of Wahington Township and to our surrounding communities.
Our offices are always open to new ideas and ways to improve the operation of the township. We hope that the information provided gives us a way to
demonstrate our commitment to
you and our community.
The Census 2020 is the first census count to be held entirely online! Each household will receive a card in the mail that contains a password for all census forms, and everyone is encouraged to submit their information through the census website. This allows each household to submit their essential census information with just a few clicks. This website is secure, and only authorized personnel can access information. Data obtained through the Census 2020 count won’t be released to the public for 72 years.
For detailed information please click on the News & Updates button located at the top of the page.
Washington Township Trash Collection Days have been set for:
Friday, May 17th from 8 am – 3 pm
Saturday, May 18th from 8 am – 4 pm
Dumpsters will be located at 2225 State Route 756 (Old Township Hall). The following hazardous materials cannot be accepted: batteries, paints, oil thinners, and other flammable materials. Also, no wood debris, construction debris (shingles, treated wood, etc) and no standard kitchen household waste (foods, frozen meats, etc) will be allowed. Barrels and five (5) gallon drums must have the end cut out.
Freon filled appliances will be accepted. However, these items must be set aside, so please inform the person checking you in that you have a Freon filled appliance.
Township personnel will be able to direct you to where you should unload your items. Proof of residency will be required at the time of drop off. If you have questions regarding an item, please contact the Township Hall at 513-553-2072 to get approval.
This will be the only Trash Day Event in Washington Township for Fiscal Year 2019.
WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING TIRES!
The Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District will be hosting their annual Tire Amnesty Event on Saturday, May 11, 2019 in Jackson Township. Any resident of Clermont County may drop off tires for fee at this event. Please contact the Office of Environmental Quality and Control at 513-732-7745 for times and location information.
Feel free to visit during normal business hours. Please call to ensure that office staff are availale.
2238 State Route 756, Moscow, Ohio 45153, United States
Monday - Friday: 8am - 4pm