The Warren County Township Association announces a $1,000 scholarship opportunity for Warren County High School Seniors.
The deadline is February 23--so act fast!
Cold weather brings the risk of accidental fires and carbon monoxide dangers.
Wiith cold weather looming, the Warren County Engineer's Office has proclaimed Nov. 4th, "Shake Your Mailbox Day" for Warren County Residents. Check out their tips to protect your mailbox from snow plow dangers and protect yousrself from potential liability.
Did you know that temporary and/or portable signs are prohibited in the public right-of-way?
Yard sale signs, team sign-up signs, event announcements...etc. are all prohibited in the public-right-of way. These signs can obscure the vision of motorists and motorcyclists leading to unsafe driving conditions and create challenges for the Local, County and State crews that maintain the rights-of-way, or areas along our road ways.
Signs may be displayed on private property, outside the right-of-way, with the permission of the property owner. Limit of 1 per 20 feet of roadway per section 3.407.6 of the Wayne Township Zoning Code and Wayne Township Board of Trustees Resolution 2017-36. No permit or fee is needed if they are under 4 sq. ft. in area and less than 4 ft. tall.
Signs will be collected on a regular basis and held for at least 1 week at the Wayne Township Administration Building at 6050 N. Clarksville Rd.
Please email Erin Hartsock or call (513) 897-3010 x 2 with questions.