Plain Township will be accepting E-waste at the Plain Township Hall parking lot on Saturday, May 6th. [More Information]
Safety City registration is open for children entering Kindergarten in the Fall of 2017. [More Information]
Walk For Heroes
Join us in honoring those who serve on Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 at 9:00 AM at Veterans Park for a 5K fun run and 1 mile walk. [More Information]
Home Sewage Funding Assistance
The Stark County Health Department has been awarded funding through the Ohio Water Pollution Control Loan Fund (WPCLF) from Ohio EPA to replace or repair failing sewage systems in the county [More Information]
Hidden in Plain Sight
And awareness program for adults covering the topics of substance use, violence, eating disorders, juvenile crime, technology, risky games/challenges and more. April 17th at Glen Oak High School. [More Information]
Citizens' Academy Program
Learn about the Citizens' Acedemy program and promotion of strong law enforcement/community relations.
Spring Soccer Leagues
Registration is now open for Spring Soccer leagues.
Veterans Park Dog Park Closure
Veterans Community Park's Dog Park is currently closed and will remain so until the beginning of May for spring maintenance and the continued soft turf conditions. [More Information]
Plain Township is excited to introduce its new "Paver Program"! This effort is a means to create an opportunity to commemorate birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, retirements, memorials, special people and/or pets, as well as advertise your local business. [More Information]
Unveiling dates to be announced periodically and all purchasers from now going forward will be notified.
See all Parks and Recreation Programs and Events.
Road Levy Renewal
On May 2nd, the Plain Township Board of Trustees will be seeking a 1.5 mill road levy renewal. This will NOT be an increase in taxes. The levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home, just $42.26 per year. The Trustees understand the economic burdens Township taxpayers are facing, but the passage of this levy is a critical component to maintaining safe streets that are in good condition for our residents.
The Road Department maintains 173.6 miles of roadway. Last year, over 17.8 miles of roadway were paved in Plain Township, which allows us to pave roads on a ten to twelve year rotation.
The Road Department's cost of doing business and maintaining its fleet has been continuously rising. This is due to inflation and the skyrocketing costs of gasoline, crude oil, paving materials and road salt. Well-maintained roads mean safe travel for Police, Fire, EMS vehicles and citizens. They also increase property values for citizens and businesses.
Plain Township should be very proud of our Road Department. Supporting this renewal levy will allow our community to keep the excellent service we currently have, without any additional costs.
Public Service Announcements
|Recreational Fire Regulations|
|If You're Texting, You're Not Driving|
|Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over|
|Click It or Ticket|
|Kid and Adult Seat Belt Excuses|
|Child Safety Seats|
|Domestic Violence Prevention|
|Safe Firearms Storage|
|I'm Good. But are you ready to listen?|
|GOHS Video Productions - Rape PSA|