Dennis Miller, Foreman
3718 Weymouth Road
Edward Kerr, Assistant Road Foreman
3718 Weymouth Road
Map of Medina TownshipMedina Township Streets, County Roads in Medina Township, State Routes in Medina Township and Private Streets ListFor help with Township Streets, County Roads and State Routes consult the above list and phone the appropriate department below:
- Medina Township Streets- Roads Department: Phone: 330.764.8767; Fax: 330.725.2945.
- County Roads in Medina Township- Medina County Highway Department: 330.764.8780
- State Routes in Medina Township- Ohio Department of Transportation: 330.725-8103
- Do not push snow into the roadway. It is a hazard and you will be responsible for any accidents caused by doing this.
- Give plow trucks room to work. No permanent structures may be placed in the right-of-way such as rocks, monuments, metal poles, etc. that would hinder public safety, snow removal, drainage, or other public works operations. The right-of-way can be as much as 16’ from the edge of the road up onto the property. To limit damage to sod, it is advised to place a marker along curb lines.
- Please check your mailbox for sturdiness and get repaired as needed. The Township is not responsible for mailboxes damaged by snow being pushed off the roads. (special circumstances will be taken into consideration)
- Many people use more salt than they need. But using more salt does not melt more ice, or melt it faster. In reality, salt only works when there is enough snow or ice for it to react with and excess crystals will become a pollutant and eventually end up in the storm sewer and out to our rivers and streams. It is best to use four pounds of salt per 1000 square feet. One pound of salt fills up a 12-oz. coffee mug.
- Apply salt or other deicers before snow storms so you will need less later.
- Shovel regularly (great form of exercise) to minimize ice buildup.
- Break up ice with an ice scraper before deciding if sand or a deicer is necessary for traction.
- Use sand if necessary instead of salt in below 15 degree temperatures.
- Sweep up any salt that’s visible on dry pavement and use it elsewhere or throw it away.
You must have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to complete the above form. Open the form, fill it out, then click on submit. This will open your email program so that you can send the form in to Denny. Please fill out sections 2 and 3.EVENTS:
- 4th Annual "Toss Your Trash Day" will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 8 AM until 3 PM. Click here for more info.
- 9th Annual "Pick It Up Day" is scheduled for Saturday, April 18th. Please click here for details.
Thank you very much for your support of our effort to keep the Township safe and beautiful.
PHOTOS & SLIDE SHOWS:
Denny's New Snow Plow
April 12, 2014 – Toss Your Trash Event
Every 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.
April 19, 2014 – Pick it Up Event
This 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.Road Department paving Plumcreek on August 24, 2013
Digging Dugouts, 2013
Slide Show of Service Department Garage Construction
Slide Show of Denny Digging Dugouts
Slide Show of Hood Road Ditch Clean-Up
Slide Show of Weymouth Community Center Old Floor Removal
Slide Show of Painting Grande Boulevard
Slide Show of Huffman Road Culvert Repair
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