Zoning Director Applications Accepted
Plain Township is seeking to fill the position of Planning, Zoning & Development Director. Applications will be accepted until March 10, 2015. [More Information]
Plain Township Historical Society Dinner
Our Annual Dinner will be held on Monday, March 3rd at 6:30 p.m. at Skyland Pines Banquet Hall. The public is invited to attend the buffet dinner and enjoy the entertainment. [More Information]
Winter Parking Message
See winter parking information regarding parking in the street. [More Information]
OTA Scholarship Application
The Ohio Township Association (OTA) was established in 1928 for the purpose of preserving and promoting Ohio's townships. Today, there are 1,308 townships in Ohio. As part of its promotion efforts, the OTA began offering scholarships to high school seniors in 2005. Three $1,500 scholarships are being offered in 2015.
[Download Scholarship Application]
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.
Indoor Soccer - Session II
Schedule Update: The Men's League schedule has changed. Find the new schedule here.
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]
Parks Winter Services Update
Schneider and Alpine Community Park restrooms are closed, and water fountains have been shut off for the winter season.
See all Parks and Recreation Programs and Events.
The Plain Township Board of Trustees, the Highway Superintendent and the entire Road Department would like to thank our residents for their support of the additional road levy. The passage of this levy keeps us focused on our ability to offer superior services to our residents. We can now also increase our road miles to be paved, replace outdated equipment and help alleviate ongoing drainage issues.
We understand in today's economic climate that finances dictate the level of services taxpayers expect and are confident that the leadership and all personnel within the Road Department are dedicated and committed to that task.