Friday, October 2nd - 7:30 am-5:00 pm
Saturday, October 3rd - 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Bring items to 5373 Norton Rd. behind the fire station. You unload your items. The Road Department employees will be on hand to assist if needed.
-No hazardous waste.
-Limit 5 tires per Pleasant Township household.
-Only latex paint accepted that has been dried out or absorbed with cat litter.
Any questions please call the Road Dept. at 614-877-4338.

Hazardous waste is not accepted. Please go to the following site for information to dispose of hazardous waste: https://www.swaco.org/195/Household-Hazardous-Waste

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Franklin County, Ohio

Pleasant Township Trustee Meetings are held the second
​and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

5373 Norton Road
Grove City, Ohio 43123 
(614) 877-4375

Pleasant Township, county, state and federal health officials are monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. While there are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio, health officials recommend the following:

  • Reviewing and updating business emergency operation plans.​
  • Residents are encouraged to consider preventative measures including staying at home if you feel ill, washing your hands frequently, and cleaning often touched surfaces and objects. 
  • This is a good time to review your family's emergency plans, including your inventory of food and medical supplies. 
  • Learn about the emergency operations plan at your child’s school or childcare facility.
  • Review the CDC community information page.
  • Business owners, please visit the CDC Business and Employee Guidance web page.
  • Download the COVID-19 Prevention handout/poster or the CDC COVID-19 fact sheets.

Additional information can be found on the following websites:

Franklin County Public Health (FCPH)
Ohio Department of Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

We will continue to share updates from Franklin County Public Health.

Recent Pleasant Township Trustees Meetings

Be Safe From Mosquitos!
Please encourage any residents experiencing issues with mosquitoes or standing water to fill out a service request with Franklin County Public Health. The form can be found at https://mosquito.myfcph.org/request-for-service/
or residents can call the BITE line at 614-525-BITE (2483). The BITE line is forwarded to Clarke’s customer care team so that a live person can answer the calls. Our residents should select option 1 if they are calling the BITE line so that the call gets routed to Clarke’s designated Franklin County customer care team member.

Regular Meeting - Tuesday,  September 22, 2020 @ 7pm


You can also call the following phone number 415-655-0003. When prompted you will enter the following 172 654 6329 then #. There is no password, just hit #. If you do this please make sure you MUTE your phones otherwise everything that happens where you are will be heard. We will remind everyone to do so at the beginning of the meeting.

Congratulations Lt. David Moore, OFE Graduate

On Friday June 3, 2020 Fire Department Lieutenant David Moore graduated from the Ohio Fire Chiefs Association's Ohio Fire Executive Program (OFE) Class #18.

The OFE program is a 2.5 year program that prepares fire department officers for the challenges faced in today's ever changing environment. The program consists of 5 week long in person sessions where students learn from some of the nations foremost experts on various topics including community leadership, conflict management, team building, policy development and strategic planning.  They also complete an organizational evaluation, as well as personal evaluations.

In addition to the in person sessions, students complete approximately 400 hours of out of class coursework that includes a number of major written papers, presentations, and an applied research project.

Lt. Moore is the first member of the PTFD to complete this program, and only the 2nd graduate currently working for the department. Chief Taylor is a previous graduate of the OFE class #12 in 2014, prior to his being appointed fire chief.

📣In accordance with the changes the Generally Assembly recently made to Ohio’s Open Meetings Act in response to the COVID-19 outbreak (HB 197), Pleasant Township will be using the Meeting platform WebX for the Township Trustee meetings. It is important to note that these changes are temporary, in effect from now until the end of the Governor’s declared state of emergency or December 1, 2020 (whichever comes first).

Pleasant Township News, Current Events & Information


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You may also attend via WebEX virtual meeting.  
See below for instructions to the link for WebEX.

In this challenging time Pleasant Township Trustees have opted to hold virtual meetings in lieu of regular public meetings. To increase participation of the community, the township has set up a WebX meeting portal to conduct these meetings. This portal will allow increased participation of the audience that is watching/attending these meetings.

For the public – A link will be posted to each meeting on all social media accounts, as well as the township web page, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting date and time.  Interested parties can participate in the meeting in one of two ways.  First, users can access the meeting on a computer or other device by clicking the link. This will take you to the participant section. From there, you must “register” by clicking the register button. Once you register by entering your email, you will be sent another link that will allow you to attend & participate in the meeting.  If you prefer not to, or are unable to, click the link, you can call in to the phone number that is listed, then enter the “meeting ID number” that is posted as well. This will allow you to listen to and participate in the meeting as it happens. The host of the meeting will be able to control the microphones, and we will unmute people as needed. Users on the computer will be able to “raise your hand” to be acknowledged, or ask questions via chat. Those using a phone may have more limited options.

Please understand that this is a new system for the township, and while we are going to be running a few trial meetings over the next several days, we expect some issues to happen, especially with the first few meetings, however we feel that this is a better option for our residents and those interested parties who may have business with the township. This option is also more secure that the popular Zoom Meeting, which has inherent security risks associated with it.

All meeting information will be posted under the date of the meeting when it is available.


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