The Freeland Drive ditch cleaning project was recently completed by Big Trees, Inc. The project was funded by a $50,000 grant the township received from the Lorain County Stormwater Management District.
Please see the flyers linked below:
Come join us for the BEST pancake, sausage and scrambled egg breakfast in the county and help support your local fire department all at the same time.
This fall, public health nurses from Lorain County Public Health will conduct blood tests for Lorain County adults ages 55+. Let your residents know about this opportunity to learn how their cholesterol, sugar, iron, and other health numbers are doing.
Reservations are available between 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at the following locations:
- Amherst – Tuesday, Sept. 4: Old Stone United Methodist Church, 553 S. Main St.
- Lorain – Thursday, Sept. 6: Lorain Community Seniors, 3361 Garfield Ave.
- Avon – Friday, Sept. 14: Avon Senior Center, 36784 Detroit Rd.
- Wellington – Thursday, Sept. 20: Wellington Fire Station, 202 Kelly St.
- Grafton – Tuesday, Sept. 25: North Eaton Christian Church, 35895 Royalton Rd.
Call 440-567-4120 for a reservation. Blood tests are $31, and prostate tests for men are $10; cash and check are accepted. Like our other public health services, there is no office visit fee. Clients may schedule a follow-up appointment to receive results and ask questions, either in person or via a phone call.
Brush collection starts the last Monday of each month, except for October, November, and December due to leaf collection, but will resume in January. Please call (440) 324-3517 before 8:00 AM prior to the last Monday, if you don’t call we may not pick it up. Leave your name, address and phone number and please talk slowly so we can schedule our route for that day. Calls received after 8:00 AM on the Monday of the collection will be added to the list for the following month.
Do not bag your brush. Place the cut ends of your branches toward the road. If you have a large quantity help us out and spread it out across your yard. When the piles get high it is hard to pull the branches out. Our chipper does not like prickers, flowers, weeds, corn stocks, any type of grapevine material, or firewood size logs. They plug up our filters and intake screens and get caught up in the feed reels. If you pay a contractor to trim or cut down your tree they are responsible for what they do; the Road Department will not pick it up. This was a motion passed by the Board of Trustees.
Wood chips are free to township residents and they can be dropped off in your driveway when the Road Department is out chipping. Request wood chips by leaving a message at 324-3517.
- For humans
- Stay out of areas with tall grass and lots of plants, where ticks like to hide, and walk in the center of trails to avoid contact with ticks.
- Wear light-colored clothing to make it easier to find ticks, and tuck pants into sock tops or boots.
- Use bug repellants – follow instructions carefully.
- Check yourself, children, and pets for ticks after spending time outside.
- Bathe or shower after walking through tall grass or plants to wash off ticks and help you find them easier.
- For dogs and cats
- Check dogs and cats for ticks since they can get sick with a tick-borne disease, and because pets can carry ticks into the house as a risk to people.
- Ask your veterinarian about tick control treatments for pets.
- Mow the yard and other places where pets and people play so ticks won’t like to hide there.