Dover Township Receives Grant for Road Safety Signage.
Dover Township received a $10,618.00 grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to add safety signage along the township’s roadways. Zoning Inspector Dave Weber spearheaded the township’s application and was happy with its success.
“This grant will help us make the township roads more up-to-date and safe at no expense to the taxpayers,” said Weber. “We’re going to hit all township roads—turn, stop and school bus signs will be replaced first. Signage along our two most accident-prone roads—Red Hill Road and Saltwell Road—will be top priority.”
This grant covers the total cost of signs, posts and hardware. The images on the right are before-and-after signage installation on Stubbs-Mills Road in Lebanon. Visit dovertownship.us to see more examples of signage changes.
Residents Reminded to Vote, Tuesday, November 6.
The polls will be open on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 from 630a – 730p. To see if you are properly registered, find your polling location, or view a sample ballot for your precinct, visit tuscarawas.ohioboe.com.
Zoning Reminder: Junk and Unlicensed Vehicles and Recreational Vehicles.
Dover Township Zoning Inspector Dave Weber would like to remind residents that junk and unlicensed vehicles are not permitted to be parked outside. The can be parked in an enclosed building. Residents are also not permitted to live in recreational vehicles, travel trailers or motor homes within the township.