This website has been designed to help serve the residents of Franklin Township, and all others who have an interest in the Franklin Township Community.
The regular monthly meetings for the Franklin Township Trustees are held on the last Monday of each month, beginning at 8:00 pm in the Township House Building in Moreland, Ohio (directly to the north of the Moreland United Methodist Church building).
Our community thanks our employees, Kevin Ungerer (Road Superintendent) and Ron Ungerer (Equipment Operator), for all of their hard work & dedication to Franklin Township.
Franklin Township Trustees are: Dan Burkhart, David Mann, and Dale Sidle
Franklin Township Fiscal Officer is: David Bricker
Leaves Please do not move leaves into the ditch. Leaves clog the ditch and divert the water out of the ditch and can cause damage to the roadway or property.
Winter Prep Make sure your chimney is clean and free of leaks. Have your furnace inspected. Add insulation, homes built before 1972 may have little of no insulation. Smoke and CO Detectors, remember to change your batteries and add new one
Township Meeting Room is available for use by the Township residents. The form is in the forms to download section and you can check the availability on the calendar. A cleaning deposit is required.
Recycling is still available as it was at the old facility. The Moreland Community Historical Society is the operator.
Permits, Wayne County is changing the permit process. Any excavation in Wayne County must have a permit for the Wayne County Soil and Water office. To install anything in the road right of way, County or Township you must get a permit from the Township, Permission from the County Commissioners and a permit form the office of Soil and Water.
Note our Township roads are very popular with bicyclists We also have a large Amish population with many buggys, horse and pony carts and pedestrians walking, be careful and courteous as you drive our roads.
The Moreland Community Historical Society had another successful Heritage Day. 2015 will be the civil war with may new and exciting items. This year it will also be part of the Farm, Foliage tour for Wayne County. The Heritage Days will be 2 days and will require extra help. If you would like to help contact a Moreland Community Historical Society member.