"Come Home To Weathersfield"

Attention Residents,

Just a friendly reminder, pursuant to our Zoning Regulations,  
"Portable Garages" are prohibited within the Township.  We ask that all residents comply with these regulations. We appreciate everyone's assistance regarding this matter.  

The Trustees are pleased to announce the 2018 Residential Tree Limb Chipping Program. The 2018 Residential Tree Limb Chipping Program begins on Friday April 27th, 2018 and will continue each Friday through Friday October 26th, 2018. For tree limb pick-up, you must call the Township by Thursday of each week to be placed on the list for a Friday pick-up.


Please keep the following rules and procedures in mind:
 This program is intended for residential tree limbs up to 3 inches in diameter.
 The tree limbs must be placed at the curbside with all the cut ends aligned with each other toward the street.
 No shrubs, stumps, roots, lumber, or rail road ties will be accepted. All tree limbs must be free from vines.
 We are not a tree removal service; if you are having a tree professionally removed let them do the entire job, you must have them take the tree limbs as well.

Golf Cart Registration Information:

Dear Weathersfield Township Residents,

Below is the process on how to register your under speed motor vehicle.

Residents are required to register their underspeed vehicle prior to operating them on Township Roadways.

All residents will need to call and schedule an appointment at 330-652-6486 Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 4:15 PM.

Please read the letter (click here) which outlines the procedure that is needed to complete the registration process.

Also (click here) to see a copy of the Under speed vehicle inspection checklist that will be used and (click here) to see a sample of the sticker that you will receive once the inspection is complete.

Respectfully,

Michael J Naples, Jr.
Chief of Police

The Regional Chamber has completed the Economic Development Public Input Survey that they conducted on behalf of the Township and have provided the results to the board of Trustees for consideration.  Click to see survey results Part One & Part Two.

Did you know:

Our police department offers an
"Are You Okay?" program.
This program is geared towards elderly or disabled individuals who live alone within our township. The Police Department Clerk, makes phone calls to check on the residents a few times a week, if no answers we send an officer to the residence to check on them. If you know of anyone that would be in need of this program, please feel free to contact the police department business office 330-652-6486 with the individuals information.