Road Closure Notice
Firestone Road will be closed at the railroad crossing on 55th Street for culvert repair work by the railroad beginning July 14 – 16, weather permitting.
Pond Management Workshop
Pond Management Home-Owner Assoc. Workshop, 7/29 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Hosted by Noble's Pond Homeowner's Association and conducted by Aquatic Ecosystem Specialist, Eugene Braig. Assemble at 5:45 pm at the Noble's Pond Park Historic Marker. RSVP by 7/25 to Heather Neikirk, OSU Extenstion 330-830-7700, ext. 116
Friends of the Library
Join Friends of the Library - Enriching the quality and services of the Plain Community Branch of the Stark County Library.
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Recycling & Reuse Guide
Download the Stark-Tuscarawas-Wayne Joint Solid Waste Management District's Recycling & Reuse Guide to find answers for your questions about solid waste management.
BarkAPawLooza Rain Date
A free party for pooches and their human companions at Schneider Community Dog Park - 9/6 [More Information]
Community Yard Sale
2nd Annual Yard Sale on Saturday, August 16th. [More Information]
Parks Programming Survey for Seniors
As part of Plain Township's continuing efforts to offer programming for all citizens and age groups and consistently enhance the quality of life within our community; the Parks Programming Department has created a survey to reach out to citizens about types of new programs seniors would be interested in participating.
See all Parks and Recreation Programs and Events.
Exploring your Parks
Let's go to the great outdoors and enjoy Plain Township Parks! We have several community events coming this summer!
Plain Township will host its second annual Community Yard Sale on Saturday August 16, 2014 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm! Sale areas are 10'x10' and $10.00 per space. The first 15 registrations will be provided one 6' table for use at the yard sale. The yard sale will once again be hosted at Diamond Community Park, located at 2782 Diamond Street NE, Plain Township, 44721.
This event is a sensational opportunity to both sell and purchase serviceable products, browse the interesting offerings and enjoy the surroundings of beautiful Diamond Park! The first year was very well attended and crowds are expected to be bigger for year two. Get your booth space early and make plans to bargain hunt with us at this great community event!