Washington Township - Warren County, Ohio
Meeting times are the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 7:00pm at the Township Hall on Ward-Koebel Rd. Beginning March 9th, the meetings times shall change to 8:00 pm.
Meeting Minutes of the Township Trustees are available as they are approved on the “Meeting Minutes” page. The Minutes must first be approved at the subsequent meeting; hence there is a lag of two or more weeks before being posted.
The May 11, 2020 Trustee meeting is canceled
Electric Aggregation Program
After passage on November 2017’s ballot, the township contracted with Trebel llc to represent us in an aggregation program. They bid out the generation charges for a group of entities at one time to receive the best price. It is an opt-out program, which the letters explained. Trebel feels they have received a good rate through Constellation NewEnergy Inc (.05246/kwh) and that it is better than any you may receive on your own. However, if you don’t wish to participate in the township’s aggregation program, you may follow instructions in your letter.
If your contract with another supplier is ending and you wish to join the township consortium, do the following. Tell your supplier that when the contract is up, you wish to be put back to the utility (which is Duke or DP&L) once your contract expires. After that happens, you can call Constellation at 844-593-5203 and tell them you want to be put into the Washington Township, Warren County Ohio Aggregation program.
The budget is submitted yearly in July to the county auditor. We receive notice each August of expected revenues.
Warren County Commissioners’ Winter Newsletter can be read here.
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Washington Township Hall is at
1271 Ward-Koebel Road,
near the corner of Rt. 350.
Our Road Supervisor mows township ditches several times each season. If
you are in a subdivision and mow your own, your ditch will dry out better
if you keep it cut and clear of debris. In wet times, this might require
trimming and raking rather than mowing, but it is best to keep them cut.
For financial assistance if your household septic system has failed.
Warren County Health District
416 S. East Street
Lebanon, OH 45036
The Sheriff’s Office urges you to keep vehicles and buildings locked. Burglaries have increased greatly recently.
Call the Warren County Communications Center at
To contact us: PO BOX 87 Lebanon, Ohio 45036
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