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Medina-TwpHall
Special Notice:

ATTENTION:  TRUSTEE, ZONING COMMISSION AND ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS MINUTES ARE NOT PUT ON THE WEBSITE UNTILE THEY ARE APPROVED .  APPROVAL DOES NOT HAPPEN UNTIL THE NEXT MEETING  IF THE BOARD MEMBERS WHO ATTENDED THAT MEETING ARE THERE TO APPROVE THEM OR THERE ARE NO ERRORS.  THEY ARE THEN GIVEN TO THE TOWNSHIP SECRETARY THE NEXT DAY AND SHE E-MAILS THEM TO THE WEBMASTER WHO THEN PUTS THEM ON THE WEBISTE AS SOON AS SHE CAN.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL 330-721-1380 TOWNSHIP SECRETARY.  THANK YOU.

The minutes from all meetings since 2006 can be viewed by using your mouse to hover over “MINUTES/MEETINGS” in the top navigation bar, and then clicking on the desired minutes.

OFFICE CLOSED on January 16th in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
Meetings:
  • NO BZA Meeting in January

A new meeting calendar will be posted soon.

Departments
Press Release:

December 13th – Two males were arrested for breaking into vehicles in the Reserve Development early Monday morning. While on patrol in the Reserve Development, Officer Oyler observed a vehicle parked on the street (prohibited from 2-6 AM). On further investigation Officer Oyler discovered that a a vehicle was broken into in the area. Read More.

Notices:

MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP POLICE URGE RESIDENTS TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOR

Police are on high alert in wake of a series of nighttime burglaries, and they are urging residents to stay vigilant and immediately report suspicious activity.
Police say that most break-ins happen during the day, when no one is home, but Montville Police are now warning residents about a string of nighttime burglaries. Lieutenant Matt Neil said, in the past week Montville Police have responded to four homes which were burglarized during the nighttime hours, and one attempted burglary, which was foiled when the home owner yelled at the suspect after being woken to his patio window being smashed, at 3:30am. READ MORE

Shop with Cops Donation from Keller Williams:

kw-checkA HUGE thank you to Keller Williams who donated to our Shop with Cops program again this year. They donated an amazing amount of $3,500.00!!! Your continued support of this program and our agency is greatly appreciated!!

IRS Phone Scam Informationclick here.

Transient Vendor Resolution:  Medina Township’s Transient Vendor Resolution Requires that vendors going door-to-door must first register with the Medina Township Town Hall and must wear an ID Badge. These badges are yellowMore Info.

Special Sale

Medina Residents can purchase the RING for home safety at a $25 discount. Please click here for product and ordering details.

Auctions

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Notices From Chief Arbogast
Meet Our Officials

Medina Township employs three elected trustees and one elected  fiscal officer. Zoning Commission and Zoning Appeals members are appointed. For bios, phone numbers, email addresses and social media, please click on the individual’s photo.

Ken DeMichael
Ken DeMichael
Ken DeMichael Ken DeMichael is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a degree in Business. He and his

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Ray Jarrett
Ray Jarrett
Ray Jarrett is currently in his second four-year term as a member of the Medina Township Board of Trustees. He

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Bill Ostmann
Bill Ostmann
Bill Ostmann, Chairman

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