For more information on the Harding Highway Business area updates, please review the .pdfs below for the latest news on the project.
2:30 – 5:00 p.m. – Monthly recycling drop-off for Bath Township is the on the third Thursday of every month. Drop off your recyclables from 2:30 – 5:00 p.m. at the Township Hall located on St. Rt. 81. Please do not dump recyclables at township before 2:30 p.m. or they will be put in the dumpster. Recycling Program May 21, 2020 .
Clean-Up day has been postponed at this time. As soon as the Trustees are able to schedule a date an update will be posted on this website. If you have any questions please call the office at 419-221-1797.
The Bath Township Road Department begins leaf pick up within subdivisions the first week of November and ends the day before Thanksgiving. The Road Department will be in each neighborhood at least two days a week (weather permitting). We do not have a schedule of days and times.
Residents are reminded that leaves need to be raked out the the Right-of-Way (which is the grass lawn by your curb). DO NOT PUT LEAVES IN THE ROADWAY OR ON SIDEWALKS.
Leaf piles that contain tree trimmings; sticks or any other type of foreign material other than leaves will NOT be picked up by the Township. Please contact the office at 419-221-1797 if you have any questions.
Bath Township Fire Department personnel will be conducting spring fire hydrant maintenance and flushing on all township hydrants beginning Thursday, May 16, 2019. Testing will last about three to four weeks.
Residents may notice discoloration of water when the flushing takes place in their neighborhood. If you experience a discoloration of water, turn on your plumbing fixtures until the water runs clear. It is best to run an outdoor fixture, or a cold-water tap in a laundry tub or bathtub first until the water runs clear and then run water from other fixtures.
The fire department realizes that hydrant flushing may cause some inconvenience, however, the flushing program is necessary to maintain a good water supply for firefighting and to ensure that the hydrants are in good working order. The community’s cooperation with the annual fire hydrant flushing program is greatly appreciated.
Joseph L. Kitchen, Bath Township Fire Chief: 419-221-0550
Denny Wilkins, Road Supervisor: 419-221-1797