Many people are not aware that it is the property owners' responsibility rather than the county’s or townships’ responsibility to maintain storm ditches or pipes on their property. Here are some things you can do to prevent drainage problem.
New this year and coming to Batavia Township is a Spring Break Day Camp sponsored by the Girl Scouts. The camp will be held on March 28th thru April 1st from 9am to 12 noon and is specifically designed for girls in grades K-5 who are not currently members of the Girl Scout Organization. The Spring Break Day Camp held at the Batavia Township Community Center 1535 Clough Pike Batavia, 45103 introduces you to all of the fun things that make Girl Scouts memorable - friendship, adventure, and fun!
If you are interested in finding more about the camp please complete the form which can be found by CLICKING HERE.
Batavia Township will again be sponsoring Township Clean Up Days on June 2nd -June 4th.
This free event is open to all township residents and is a great opportunity to clean up that garage, shed or basement of unwanted items. At two locations, 1535 Clough and 2401 Old State Route 32 you will be able to drop off your items so they can be disposed of. Large appliances will be recycled however this year we have to charge for each tire so please reference the flier for a fee schedule. We are also accepting E-Waste for recycling so bring in your old laptop, printer or desktop so that they can be recycled and not placed in a landfill. Additionally, on Saturday June 4th from 9 am to 12 noon at the Clough Pike location there will be free shredding of your documents.
Please CLICK HERE to download more information about the event or for more information please contact Ken Embry, Service Director at 513-732-1363.
From Left to Right Jennifer Haley, Bill Dowdney, James E. Sauls, Jr. and Randy Perry