ATTENTION

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the safety of our employees,  Howland Township administrative offices are closed April 1st thru May 1st. 

This will include the Township Contract Post Office. Mail can be dropped off in the US Post Office mail box across the street located in the parking lot behind the police station. 

The downtown Warren US Post Office is open –  201 High Street, Warren, OH 44481 (800) 275-8777

If you have a PO BOX—you may access it via the downstairs entrance of the Howland Administration Bldg Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.


 

Howland Township Staff are continuing to provide services, however, some will be provided remotely.  Important phone numbers and e-mail addresses are listed below.  These numbers may not be answered immediately, but please leave a voice mail message with your contact information for a call back.

Administrator—Darlene St. George
330-856-6464 darlene.stgeorge@howlandtownship.org

Planning Director—Kim Mascarella
330-856-3461   Kim.mascarella@howlandtownship.org

Zoning Director  - Dan Morgan
330-856-5223   Daniel.morgan@howlandtownship.org

Public Works Director  - David McCann
330-856-4037  David.McCann@howlandtownship.org

Cemetery Sexton – Kris Dillon
330-856-4037    Kris.Dillon@howlandtownship.org

Police Chief – Nick Roberts
330-856-5555    Nick.Roberts@howlandtownship.org

Fire Chief – James Pantalone
330-856-5022  james.pantalone@howlandtownship.org

Financial & General Administration Office
330-856-2340— vanessa.stroup@howlandtownship.org

 

 

Eastside: Streets and areas east of Mosquito Creek.
Everything must be curbside before May 4th.

Westside: All streets off of North Road, including North Road within Howland Township.
Everything must be curbside before May 18th.

  • ONE PASS WILL BE MADE ON EACH STREETbranches
  • The night before pick-up begins on your side of the Township your branches must be at the curb.
  • Cut end facing the street.
  • Only trimmed or pruned, root-free branches, up to 6" in diameter.
  • Wood pile should be no larger than 4' x 8'.
  • Excessively large piles will not be picked up.  DO NOT combine piles with your neighbors so that the pile is larger than the allowed 4' x 8'.
  • No firewood, large logs, or complete trees will be picked up (a commercial tree service must be used).

Please be advised: If you receive a Development Incentive Agreement from Niles for sewer, water or electric, DO NOT SIGN! The township has hired legal counsel to defend township residents against this egregious action by the City of Niles! If you have any questions, please call 330-856-6464.

Example of Agreement:

 Example Agreement


Garage Sale

June 4th, 5th & 6th
We are encouraging residents to hold a garage sale on these dates. All permit fees are waived for your garage sale on June 4th, 5th or 6th, 2020. Anyone may hold a garage sale at their residence. You may sign up by calling 330-856-2340 and we will post a list of sales on our website and have lists available at the Township Administrator Building for shoppers. We will put an article in the paper announcing the dates of the garage sales.

This is another great way to recycle. You must sign up by Friday, May 22nd to be included in the list.

Click Below for a Current Listing of Sales This Year!
(Sign up by May 22nd, this list will be updated)

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Winter & Spring DatesHowland Farmers Market

Every First and Third Saturday
through Third Week of April

 Howland S.C.O.P.E.
8273 High St NE, Warren, OH 44484

10:00 am - 1:00 pm
(330) 856-2340 ext. 1029

For Vendor Applications and more information visit: http://www.howlandfarmersmarket.com

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Executive Summary Update to Comprehensive Plan

After extensive input from the community, the Board of Trustees in July 2010 adopted a comprehensive plan laying out goals for our community and objectives by which to accomplish them. We – including our administration, staff, employees, and appointed board members – use them as the guiding principles behind the decisions that we make on a daily basis. The comprehensive plan highlights the community’s future intentions, but it also assists the Township by serving as a guide for the overall growth and redevelopment for residents, businesses, and public officials; serving as a basis for administering the zoning resolution and for making reasonable decisions on development and rezoning applications; promoting innovative, sustainable, and green development and redevelopment practices; ensuring the continuity of long-range economic development, planning, and capital improvement policies and programs; assisting the Township in applying for state and federal grant programs; preserving the aesthetic and natural character of Howland Township; and promoting the safety, prosperity, health, morals, and aesthetics of our residents.

Click Read More for links to the official updates! Year Nine Update Available Now!

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