News and Notices:

Spring clean-up day is scheduled for Saturday, May 22nd from 9AM to 1PM & is FREE to any Township resident.

Please bring your washers, dryers, furniture, tv’s, scrap metal, car batteries, refrigerators (any freon MUST be properly removed prior to disposal), etc. to: Swancreek Township Building located at 5565 County Road D.

We cannot accept: Tires, paint cans, household batteries, dead animals & any hazardous material.

 Senior citizens are welcome to call 419-822-4371 beginning on Monday, May 10th to schedule a pick up at your residence. We will try to provide you with the help you need. If you can have the item to be picked up outside, that would be greatly appreciated.

 Again, clean-up day starts at 9AM. Please do not come any earlier than that time as we need to make certain everything is set up & ready to go! Thank you.



PUBLIC NOTICE: The Lobby of the Administrative Office  will be open from 9am-1pm Monday – Thursday,  business will be conducted through the Glass Window. Paperwork can also be dropped in the beige drop box located outside the entrance door. If you have Zoning questions please call Natalie Pallitta 567-454-2047 to set up an appointment. If you need to reach the Maintenance Department or have  Administrative questions please call 419-822-4371 or email office.mail2@swancreektwp.org
Thank You

Notice:  5/18/20 and all BOT Regular Meetings moving forward – Up to 8 people permitted to attend any Township Meeting in person at 1 time: We will have the chairs set up & floors marked so that we are in compliance with social distancing.  All Township visitors are requested to wear face coverings (such as masks) while on Township premises.
As a guide, the Township will demarcate six-foot spacing requirements with signage, floor tape or other markings in Township meeting halls, conference rooms and lobbies, near support staff or receptionist desks, and where visitors must stand in line.


Swancreek Township COVID-19 Workplace Policy

Holidays – the office will be closed on the following days:
(Please call prior to visiting us on these days)
New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial
Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day,
Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.

Ohio Open Burning Rules

Fire Station Feasibility Study for Swancreek Township

Community Housing Impact & Preservation (CHIP) Program. Questions please call Maumee Valley Planning Organization: 419-784-3882 or visit www.mvpo.org/housing   Chip Program

Website & Social Media Policy

Permissive Tax Information Packet

Fulton County Comprehensive Plan Public Meetings

2021 Trustee Meeting Schedule