About The Department
During the COVID-19 pandemic, our crew will be working, however, contact with the public will be limited.
The facility is closed to the public.
The Service Department currently maintains 57.402 miles of roads in the township. They are responsible for the maintenance needs of all township roads and their corresponding right-of-ways. Some of the services performed include asphalt patching, crack sealing, roadside ditch cleaning, chip sealing, gravel road grading, dust control application, installation and maintenance of all signage, roadside mowing, snow and ice control, roadside shoulder repair, tree & brush trimming and dead animal removal from road right-of-ways, and storm water drainage system (culverts, ditches, storm basins) repair. A road cut permit (work in a public right of way) will need to be completed when requesting to cut into a township road along with a $50.00 fee. Click here for a road cut permit (work in a public right-away).
In addition, the department maintains township owned buildings and open spaces including two parks and a cemetery. This includes mowing, trimming, installing footers, open/closing of the graves, and maintenance of two ball fields.
The Service Department wears many hats in the township and strives to provide quality services to the township community. The department operates with seven full time employees. When you see the Service Department employees out on the roads, please be cautious and slow down for their safety and yours.
Service Department Hours are Monday – Friday 6:30 am to 3:00 pm. For information regarding the Service Department, please contact John Koehler, Service Director, at (513) 947-2021 and selecting option #3 or Laura Waczovszky, Administrative Assistant at (513) 752-6262 and selecting option #3. Fax # (513) 752-8418.
Service Department Staff
Dave Schneider, Cody Smith, Doug Painter, Mike Caseteel, Trent Turner, & Jonathon McLemore