News and Events
The Berlin Township Trustees are taking applications for a 2nd Alternate position with the Board of Zoning Appeals. The Board of Zoning Appeals meet on as needed basis. This is a paid position. If interested please fill out an application which you will find on the right hand bar under Quick Links on the Welcome Page. You can email, drop-off or mail to Claudia Smith, Fiscal Officer, 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH 43015 email: email@example.com
RESIDENTS OF BERLIN TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION NEEDS YOUR HELP!
We are starting to update the 2010 comprehensive land use plan for the township. It will take approximately one year to identify the issues and options, listen to public input and complete the plan. The Zoning Commission meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, at 7 PM, 3271 Cheshire Road, Delaware, OH and the public is encouraged to attend these meetings and make their opinions known. Comprehensive land use plans are advisory documents that may lend support as the basis for new zoning decisions.
Future land use and development of the township is an issue of great importance to all citizens of Berlin Township. A well drafted and supported comprehensive plan will help identify which areas of the township are best for residential development and which should be reserved for commercial and industrial development. The updated plan will take into consideration many factors such as existing roads, sewer availability, growth and development of abutting municipalities, environmental factors and community input.
We want your involvement and input in this process so that we can try to find a common ground and outline a future which best meets the hopes and expectations of our citizens. Please look for more on this subject on our website, Look for Comprehensive Land Use.
BERLIN TOWNSHIP RECYCLING DROP-OFF TO BE DISCONTINUED
DELAWARE, Oh. – The Delaware, Knox, Marion, Morrow (DKMM) Solid Waste District will be discontinuing the recycling drop-off location at Arrowhead Elementary School on Hollenback Road in Berlin Township due to the increase in student population. The bins will be removed Friday, Oct. 12.
Berlin Township residents should utilize their curbside recycling program. DKMM is working to increase capacity at the Olentangy High School drop-off location at 675 Lewis Center Road. The containers are located on the east/right side of the school.
- Recycle during the week to avoid weekend overflow
- Do not leave recyclables or garbage outside of the bins
- Only recycle appropriate materials based on the picture on the front of each bin
- Flatten cardboard boxes
If you have questions or would like more information please contact Jenifer Way-Young of the Delaware General Health District at (740) 368-1700 or Jenna Hicks of the DKMM Solid Waste District at (740) 393-4600.