Recent News

Recent News

Special Committee Recommends New Police Station

April 05, 2018
A special subcommittee of the Police Advisory Committee presented a recommendation to the Board of Trustees at the April 5th meeting on the location, size and financing mechanism for the construction of a new police station.  Review the recommendations here

The presentation was informational only and no action was taken.  The topic will be discussed again at the April 19th meeting of the Board of Trustees.

New Medians for Maxtown Road

March 29, 2018

Maxtown Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction between State Street and McCorkle Boulevard beginning the week of Monday, April 2. City of Westerville crews will be installing new medians at the access to Northridge Crossing/Northridge Plaza to prohibit left turn movements in areas with high crash rates. Certain left turns will be permitted as marked. This work will take approximately 10 days to complete.

View all upcoming road construction plans on an interactive map here.

Park Restrooms Set to Reopen

March 29, 2018
Park restrooms are winterized annually to prevent frozen pipes.  These restrooms are set to be re-opened for the warm weather months beginning on April 3rd so long as the forecast does not include any further freezing weather. 

Restrooms are located at Center Green, McNamara, and Freeman Road Parks. 

Additional Committee Members Needed- Apply today!

March 29, 2018

The Board of Trustees have separated the Finance and Audit Advisory Committee into two separate groups. Apply to serve on one of these two groups no later than April 30th.

Apply online here.

Pothole Reports

February 22, 2018
Help the Genoa Township Maintenance Department locate potholes in need of repair by submitting the location using our online form at 

Easter Egg Hunt for Ages 1-10

February 22, 2018

Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for Saturday, March 24, 2018 at Westerville Central High School.   Zones will be marked by age for children 1-10 years old to participate.  One adult may accompany each child in the age 1-2 category. No other adults are permitted in the hunting area.

Activities begin at 10:00 a.m. including snacks, games, inflatables and a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny. The hunt begins promptly at 11:00 a.m.

Cram the Cruiser Food Drive

February 27, 2018
Donate non-perishable food items to support the Genoa Township Police Department's effort to Cram the Cruiser for People In Need of Delaware County, Ohio.

A cruiser will be parked outside of the Kroger on Maxtown Road to be filled with donations on Saturday, March 10th from 10am-2pm.

Citizen's Fire Academy Now Accepting Applications

February 02, 2018

Sign up to become a part of the Genoa Township Citizens Fire Academy. The Academy runs once a week for 2 hours for a 12 week period from March – June of each year. 

Learn and take part in multiple exciting fire department disciplines. This is a participative academy for adults of all ages and physical capabilities. Participants will learn to pull hoses, crawl in smoke (theatre), mitigate a Haz Mat incident, learn CPR, drive a fire truck, and more.  

There is no charge for this course.

Community Choice Movie!

February 08, 2018
The Parks Advisory Committee is once again hosting three Movie Nights at McNamara Park in 2018.

Vote HERE  for the movie you would like to see. The winning selection will be shown on June 9th at McNamara Park.

Trustee Goodman presents the State of the Township

February 01, 2018

During the February 1 meeting of the Board of Trustees, Connie Goodman delivered the State of the Township address highlighting achievements from 2017 and upcoming initiatives for 2018. 

Read the press release or listen to the audio from the meeting.

Rumpke Rates Set to Increase

January 10, 2018
Rumpke rates are increasing to $15.39 per month beginning in February.   Quarter 1 bills have been averaged to reflect the new rate that takes effect part way through the billing period.

Rates for recycling carts will be $2 per month and trash carts $3 per month.  Red recycling bins will remain free and can be requested by calling the Genoa Township Maintenance Department at 614-568-2080.

Citizen Police Academy-Apply Now

January 09, 2018
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Citizen Police Academy. There are a limited amount of seats available and the group will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Learn more here

Kids Enjoy New Sledding Hill

January 02, 2018
A sledding hill was newly created and opened at Jaycox park this season.  A gravel access road takes users back to a small parking lot that overlooks the hill.  Find the access road on the north side of Jaycox Road, immediately adjacent to Route 71 on its east side. 

Applicants Sought for Commissions, Boards and Committees

December 06, 2017

December 31st deadline!

Food and Toy Drive

December 05, 2017
Genoa Township Fire Department is accepting donations through the end of December.

Election Results

November 09, 2017
Election results are in- click to

November/December newsletter & feature video

October 30, 2017
In mailboxes now!

Leaf drop-off: November 4- December 3

October 24, 2017
Leaf and yard waste debris drop off offered November 4- December 3 at 7049 Big Walnut Road in designated dumpsters.

Flu Shots to be Offered at Township Hall

September 07, 2017
Delaware General Health District will be offering a walk-in flu shot clinic at Genoa Township Hall on September 14 and November 15.

Basketball Court Added to Center Green Park

August 16, 2017

The vision for the basketball court and opportunity met when contractor McCoy Paving, Inc.  approached the Township with the offer to donate material and services to pave the court.  The funds Jennifer had raised for the hoops were installed by the Township along with benches on either side of the regulation sized court.

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign launches in Genoa Township

August 15, 2017
The enforcement campaign will run through September 4, 2017 which includes the Labor Day holiday weekend, one of the deadliest times of the year for drunk-driving fatalities. So far in 2017, the Delaware County Ohio State Highway Patrol Post has made over 372 impaired driving arrests, according to Post Commander Lt. Marcus Pirrone. An additional 33 impaired driving arrests were made in Genoa Township during the same period.