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Medina Township
3799 Huffman Road
Medina, OH 44256

Zoning Office: 330.721.1997
Administration: 330.725.5713
FAX: 330.725.2945
Emergencies: Dial 911

Previous Events


Previous Events, Photos and Videos (please click on photos to view stories and more photos):

June 14, 2014 – 6th Annual Flad Day Celebration

flagdayMedina Townships 6th Annual Flag Day Observance was held Saturday, June 14th, 2014 4:00 PM at Blakslee Park. Mike Carlson honored us as Key Note Speaker and gave a beautiful, heartfelt speech. VFW Post 5137 Honor Guard presented the colors, as they have done in 5 out of the 6 years this event has been in the Township. We were fortunate to have beautiful weather to celebrate our Flag Day Observance. Please Click here for full details.

April 19, 2014 – Pick it Up Event

Ken Antonia PIU 2014This year's 8th annual "Pick it Up" event held Saturday, April 19, 2014 was one of the most successful to date. Clean-up efforts involved community organizations, local businesses, and individuals cleaning up selected areas of Medina Township. Immense thanks to Coach Pat O'Brien and his Medina Battling Bees Boys Lacrosse team. The JV and Varsity Lacrosse teams were up early on a Saturday morning to PAY IT FORWARD. All the boys worked hard and their efforts made a huge difference in our community. Same goes for Cub Scout pack 3507, Boy Scout Troop 501, and all the individuals who put forth such great effort in cleaning up the Township. Special thanks, once again to our Road Foreman Denny Miller and his crew who worked diligently (as they do every year) before, during and after the event. Also to the Medina Twp. Fire Department who were on the road all morning making sure people had bags, water and oversaw the safety of the volunteers. We are so very fortunate to have local businesses donate food and supplies for this event. Sincere thanks to these generous supporters: Central Processing Unit for waiving the dumping fees. Home Depot for donating garbage bags, water and gloves. Walmart for donating donuts, juice, milk, & breakfast bars. Dunkin Donuts on Pearl Road Little Ceasars' Pizza Gionino's Pizzeria Antonio's Pizza Pizza Hut on Rte. 18 Quaker Steak and Lube Buffalo Wild Wings The level of community involvement Saturday speaks volumes on the quality of the people and businesses of Medina Township and our surrounding community. This year we picked up 1700#'s of trash. This was a community effort and without all of you, there would not be an annual "Pick It Up" event in Medina Township.


April 12, 2014 – Toss Your Trash Event

21TYT 4-12-14Every year, on the second Saturday in April, Medina Township holds their annual Toss Your Trash event. Residents are encouraged to do some spring cleaning and get rid of the items their regular garbage service does not allow. For our 2014 3rd annual event, Road Foreman Denny Miller coordinated everything needed for a successful day for the residents of the Township. With the help from his crew, Jeff Kessler, Keith Kessler and Ed Kerr, they filled three dumpsters from the 65 residents who came to "Toss their Trash". Gateway Storage was also at the maintenance building this year with an industrial shredder for the 27 people who came to shred their confidential documents.


December, 2013 – Shop with a Cop

shopcop2013The Shop with a COP program has become an annual tradition for Medina Township Police Department that has provided joyous holidays to those in need.

Shop with a COP program works to establish and build positive relationships between police officers and the children of the community.  Children with social or economic needs as determined by social services agencies are provided a shopping experience with a police officer. Please click on the photo to the left for more details and photos.

 August 19, 2013 – Guns & Hoses:  The Battle of the Badges

On August 19, 2013 our own MEDINA TOWNSHIP Police Dept. and Fire Dept. participated in a friendly competition of the Battle of the Badges, “Guns vs. Hoses” sponsored by Quaker Steak and Lube.  This was a friendly competition to raise money for kids in need.   Anthony’s Angels, a local 501(c)3 nonprofit group, was the cause at hand. The group was established to help ill children and their families during extended hospital stays.  {..Read More..}


August 1, 2013 – National Night Out

National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) and co-sponsored locally by Wal-Mart, involved over 15,000  communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world.  In all, over 36.7 million people participated expected in 'America's Night Out Against Crime'. {..Read More..}


July 29, 2013 – Rich Nester Life Saving Award – First Responders Acknowledged by Medina Township Trustees

Richard Nester, a man who nearly died after going into cardiac arrest at Bunker Hill Golf Course last month was present at the Medina Township Trustees meeting to watch our first responders receive acknowledgements by the Township Trustees.  Many of the police officers, paramedics and firefighters were there to accept awards for saving a life. {…Read More…}


July 18, 2013 – VFW Award

Medina Township Trustees invited VFW Post #5137 to their meeting on August 1, 2013 to acknowledge them for participating in our Annual Flag Day events over the past five years.  Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Ray Jarrett, presented the award.  Accepting the award on behalf of Post #5137 was Sr. Vice Commander Scott Kopfstein.  Also in attendance Honor Guard Joe Hoffman and Honor Guard Vice Commander Ron Kesek.  Unfortunately Sr. Commander Jack Forster was not able to attend due to a last minute conflict.


July 28, 2013 – Medina Township Resident Wins Gold!


THURSDAY, July 4, 2013 – Medina Creative Housing – Medina Township Chief of Police Helps Medina Creative Housing Celebrate Independence Day

Medina Township’s Chief of Police David Arbogast helped Medina Creative Housing celebrate Independence Day on July 3, 2013 this year.  This marked their fourth annual Independence walk.  Medina Creative Housing is a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing and services to county residents with disabilities and their families.  The one-mile walk began on North Huntington and ended at their newly opened Medina Creative Living Pet Play site.  Everyone celebrated after the walk with a bonfire, barbecue, music, games and a fireworks display.


THURSDAY, July 4, 2013 – Annual Reserve 4th of July Bike Parade


Flag Day Award from Jon Husted

Jon Husted, the 53rd Ohio Secretary of State sent a commendation to the Medina Township Board of Trustees recognizing their 5th Annual Flag Day Celebration. In the following picture, Chairman of the Board Mike Todd read the certificate and expressed his thanks.

SATURDAY, June 8, 2013–5th Annual Flag Day Event

The Medina Township Board of Trustees would sincerely like to thank all the participants in our Fifth annual Flag Day event, held Saturday, June 8, 2013.  We were so fortunate to have a beautiful day to observe our flag. The VFW Post#5137 presented the colors.  The event included the Honorable Judge James L. Kimbler as Key Note Speaker.  William Batchelder, Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives opened the event with the invocation and also presented the 4th grade essay contest winners with a commendation from his office.  The Medina County Community Band, (conductor Marcus Neiman) played a wonderful assortment of songs honoring our flag,  Eagle Scout Preston Bures from troop #462 led the Pledge of Allegiance, and Sr. Pastor Dr. David Tennant of United Methodist Church gave the benediction. George Santosuosso provided his fantastic Italian cuisine following the event. {..Read More..}


Medina Township Flies its own Flag Over Town Hall & Blakslee Park

Robert Erickson submitted the winning design for Medina Township’s own flag.  People were asked to submit an explanation of the meaning behind each design submitted.  Mr. Erickson’s design reflected a simple, sleek flag with blue background that pays homage to the State Flag of Connecticut as to “the original Connecticut Western Reserve” from 1796 to the Connecticut Land Company.  This is the original track of land which Medina Township was surveyed and remains today.  Next, centered on the flag, a powerful white circle with its red center not only represents the first letter of the state of Ohio’s name, but also its nickname “The Buckeye State” as is taken from the Ohio state flag. {..Read More..}


Information on the Fracking Forum held February 29th can be obtained by clicking the photo below. The information includes news articles and videotapes of the meeting.







fracking forum moderator Mike Todd