Serving a community of diverse neighborhoods, the employees of Olmsted Township will perform in a coordinated, collaborative, ethical and fiscally responsible manner to provide greater access to services, encourage a vibrant quality of life and create a sense of confidence and connection among residents and themselves.
Thank you to all who attended the NOPEC meeting on April 24. We hope you found it as informative and helpful as we did. And many thanks to Tony Ramos from NOPEC for presenting this information to our Community and addressing our concerns. For those unable to attend, here is the information distributed at the meeting: NOPEC packet from meeting
For the second consecutive audit, the State of Ohio awarded highest honors to Olmsted Township for last year’s audit of the 2020-2021 year. A four-star rating is the Highest Achievement in Open and Transparent Government, implementing five or more best practices. Our Fiscal Team works diligently to be a good steward of our taxpayers dollars and will continue to plan well and spend wisely.
The Olmsted Township Board of Trustees is soliciting competitive candidates to serve as the Township’s full-time chief operations officer. This position is like a City Manager position in a city/village. The successful candidate will have a proven management record and a recognized commitment to service excellence; he/she will serve under the direction and at the pleasure of the Board. This person will communicate the vision of the Board, and provide leadership that implements expressed goals, objectives, and policies.
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The 2022 Pavement Management Final Project Report can be viewed here.
Southwest General is now providing Township residents with transportation to medical appointments at SWG Main Campus and to the Olmsted Medical Center. Anyone in the Township needing transportation can call Southwest General at (440)816-4046 to set up an appointment.
The Board of Trustees of Olmsted Township was informed recently that the Olmsted Township Nature Trail and Bark Park has been awarded $300,000 through the State of Ohio Line-Item Budget Process. We appreciate the advocacy of Senator Matt Dolan and Representative Tom Patton in securing the funding for this community project. Their ongoing support and collaboration demonstrate the value they have placed on serving our local community.
This award will allow the Trustees to begin work on the 30-acre facility on Schady Road in the fastest growing area of the Township. The handicap accessible park will feature a walking trail, 2-acre dog park, pavilion and the amenities that will make this a great addition to the area and to the 16,000 residents who call Olmsted Township “home”.
*indicates services exclusively for our senior residents