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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Collection days are Tuesdays. Trash is picked up every week. Recycling and yard waste are picked up on alternating weeks. Residents living between Hamilton Road and the west side of Reynoldsburg-New Albany Road follow one pickup schedule; residents living on the east side of Reynoldsburg-Albany Road and the Licking County line follow another schedule. Click HERE for more information and to download collection calendars. 
The rate for trash, recycling, and yard waste collection is currently $15.24 per month through September 30, 2018. Households are billed on a quarterly basis by Waste Management.
Yes! With prior scheduling, Waste Management will pickup one bulk item per week at no extra charge (mattress/box spring=1 item). To schedule your bulk pickup call WM at 866-797-9018 or email at CustomerService_MIOHIN@wm.com
Yes! By appointment. To schedule a car seat install, contact Rebecca Swingle at rswingle@jeffersontownship.org or at 614-861-3757.
From January 1 - August 31, 2017 regular trustee meetings are on the second Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. and the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m., unless otherwise rescheduled or canceled. From September 1 - December 31, 2017 regular trustee meetings are on the second Monday of the month at 10 a.m. and the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m., unless otherwise rescheduled or canceled. Check the Township Calendar for up-to-date information.
Unless otherwise specified, trustee meetings are held at the Jefferson Township Fire Station, 6767 Havens Corners Road, Blacklick OH 43004
Legally, public record(s) requests can be made by any method. The preferred and most efficient way to request public record(s) is by email to jbowling@jeffersontownship.org
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Absolutely! Jefferson Township offers four shelters for public rental. The Maple Leaf at Jefferson Community Park (seats up to 100), the Trillium at Jefferson Community Park (seats up to 24), a large shelter house at Olde Quarry Park (seats up to 64), and a large shelter at Jefferson Run Park (seats up to 80, and is only available during the summer months). Learn More and Reserve Online >
Overnight camping in Jefferson Township parks is only permitted for non-profit organizations (e.g. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts), and only at Jefferson Community Park. Fee for a non-profit camp-out is $1.00 per person per night. Contact Janis Bowling at jbowling@jeffersontownship.org for more information.
Yes, all additions to a property larger than 3' x 3' require a Certificate of Zoning Compliance. Click to visit the online zoning portal.
Yes, all additions to a property larger than 3' x 3' require a Certificate of Zoning Compliance. Click to visit the online zoning portal.
Properties in Jefferson Township are subject to the State of Ohio nuisance regulations. If you would like to register a complaint about a potential nuisance property, please contact the zoning and building department at 614-855-4265 or visit the online zoning portal.
The township officials consist of three trustees and a township fiscal officer who are elected to four-year staggered terms. One trustee and the fiscal officer are elected in one odd-numbered year, and the two remaining trustees are elected two years later. The last trustee election was November of 2017.
In some cases. If the Service Superintendent determines that the damage was the result of the Township’s operations involving direct contact with a Township vehicle, the mailbox will be repaired or replaced by the Township. However, if the superintendent determines that the facts do not clearly indicate the damage was the result of direct contact with a Township vehicle, no further action will be taken and the repair/replacement shall be the responsibility of the property owner(s). Please email jgerhart@jeffersontownship.org to request a mailbox inspection.
Jefferson Township is served by the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. Call 911 in an emergency. For non-emergency assistance call (614) 525-3333. More Info >
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