Dover Township officials meet at 6 p.m. twice a month on the first and third Tuesday of each month. This month’s meetings are scheduled for: October 7 and 21
It’s been a relatively quiet year for us at Dover Township. We have “settled in” to our new headquarters on Red Hill; and, as you will see in this newsletter, we are announcing an open house to show the Townships’ residents what the trustees have done to ensure our service remains top-notch.
The following newsletter articles are available exclusively to recipients of the digital newsletter and on the Dover Township website.
The deadline to register to vote or submit an absentee ballot for the November 4 general election is quickly approaching. Below are a few important reminders from the Tuscarawas County Board of Elections (BOE) website.
Dover Township officials invite residents to visit and tour the newly opened Township Hall Saturday, October 25 at 11 am.
While residents are enjoying fall, the three-man Dover township road crew is preparing for winter with the first delivery of the township’s road salt arriving in October.
Over the last two decades, the Dover Fire Department and the Dover Township Office have worked together on numerous public safety initiatives that protect Dover Township residents.
The Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office reminds the public that their office offers a safe and legal way to dispose of expired or unused prescription medications with no questions asked.
Below is a select list of upcoming events at Norma Johnson Center. For a complete list, please visit normajohnsoncenter.com.
Starting in mid-May, the Dover Township road crew spent their summer completing various roadside projects throughout the township.
Access to information concerning the conduct of the people’s business is a right of every person in this township. Records of Dover Township which are not exempt from disclosure under the law are available for inspection and copying in accordance with the Ohio Public Records Act.
Dover Township is pleased to introduce our newly re-designed website. Complete with our full newsletter archives, trustee and staff biographies, the site seeks to improve efficiency and ease access to information for our residents.
Dover Township is located among the sprawling hills of Ohio’s Tuscarawas County and is home to more than 4,500 citizens. Open to the public, meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the…
Before modifying a property within Dover Township, all residents and companies are asked to contact our office to be advised of the forms necessary for their project(s). Forms must be reviewed and approved by township officials at our office—2000 Red…
In an effort to improve our sustainability and efficiency, Dover Township is asking residents (for whom it would best suit) to register for our new digital newsletter. Like the mailed newsletter, the digital newsletter will be directly delivered to residents twice…