Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District would like to share an event… ‘For the Love of Food: A Free Foodie Fest’ on Sunday, September 8 in Washington Park. There is a flier and linked on Hamilton County’s webpage the Facebook event is here.
This event’s goal is to bring awareness to the prevention of wasted food and the recovery of surplus food to feed the food insecure. The event is meant for all ages and will be a fun day for all. Everyone will eat for free and those that choose may get a passport and upon completion take home a re-useable bag filled with groceries.
The Green Township Public Services Department is responsible for maintaining 515 streets totaling 110.25 miles in length. To determine who is responsible for maintaining a street in Green Township, the following is our standard:
Township streets are generally residential in nature.
With a few exceptions, they have no yellow centerline or white edge lines painted on them. Roads with these markings are the responsibility of either Hamilton County or the State of Ohio.
Reminder: When purchasing license plates, please mention you are a resident of Green Township. The Township receives $5 of the cost for plates for each vehicle you own. These dollars are forwarded to us for use in repairing Township roads. If you simply mention Cincinnati as your place of residence, these funds go to the City of Cincinnati to repair “their” streets.
Director of Public Services: Joseph Lambing
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday, 7:30 am until 3:30 pm
The Public Services Department will be CLOSED on Monday September 2, 2019 for Labor Day