E-Waste Recycling Week
Plain Township will be accepting E-waste during the week of September 22 - 26th, 2014 (Monday-Friday) during the hours of 8:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Job Opening - Career Firefighter/Paramedic
Plain Township is seeking applications for the position of Career Firefighter/Paramedic. Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2014 at 4:00 P.M. [More Information]
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.
Alpine Community Park Survey
Please take a moment to participate in our Alpine Community Park survey. [Download Survey]
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.
Prescription Drug Drop-Off
In an effort to keep our citizens healthy and drugs off the street, the Plain Township Board of Trustees in cooperation with the Stark County Sheriff’s Department, Stark County Metropolitan Narcotics Unit and Drug Enforcement Administration will have a free prescription drug drop off event; 10 am - 2 pm, Saturday, September 27, 2014 at Plain Township Hall, 2600 Easton Street NE. Deputies will take any unused prescription drugs, in the form of pills, liquids, and creams, no questions asked and dispose of them safely. NEEDLES AND SYRINGES ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
The Health Board recommends citizens remove labels or use black permanent marker to blacken out all personal information prior to drop-off. This National Drug Take-back event has been a huge success in the past to keep unused drugs off the streets and prevent accidental poisoning.