Welcome to Berkshire Township, Delaware County, Ohio
While their warning is specifically about child safety, the same advice goes for pets, too. A car can heat up in minutes beyond a child or a pet's ability to survive. For more information and good advice on how to avoid this tragedy or what to do if you witness this occurring, CLICK HERE
As of June 10 2019 the township has not received any zoning applications for the project. When an application is received it will show on the agenda for the Zoning Board meeting for which it is scheduled.
If you've ever tried to dispose of certain hazardous waste materials, such as tires,
electronics or paints, you know how hard and how expensive it can be.
The Delaware, Knox, Marion, Morrow (DKMM) Joint Solid Waste District hosts HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLE EVENTS in our four county region. Next Event is Saturday, August 24 at the Knox County Fairgrounds. If you have tires, electronics, household hazardous waste, paint or other difficult to recycle items, heads up! The link to a 2-page flyer for these events is below. Please print off and save for your reference.
PLEASE READ THE FLYER COMPLETELY. NOT ALL ITEMS ACCEPTED AT ALL EVENTS. CERTAIN FEES APPLY - SEE DETAILS IN FLYERS BELOW
LINK TO SPECIAL COLLECTION Flyer p.1.
LINK TO SPECIAL COLLECTION FLYER p.2
Please call the DKMM District office at (740) 393-4600 with any other questions that you may have
Summer Heat and Closed Cars = Disaster for Children and Pets
TRAFFIC NEWS - GOOD AND NOT AS GOOD
The good news is the long-awaited traffic light at SR 3 and South Galena Road is scheduled to be up and operating by the end of June. This will close the chapter on a lengthy improvement project at that intersection.
The Delaware General Health District has issued an important advisory to help us all remember that it's not safe to leave a child in a car EVER but especially in the summer heat. 52 children died in the U.S. in 2018 and every single death was preventable.
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING FUN TO DO WITH THE LITTLE ONES THIS SUMMER?
Beginning June 4th, the historic Strand Theatre in downtown Delaware is hosting a summer movie series for kids, and admission is free.*
Every Tuesday in June and July the Strand is partnering with different Delaware County groups by asking for donations, ranging from personal hygiene supplies to toys to school supplies to canned food in lieu of a cost for a ticket. You can catch a fun movie with your little ones and help our community at the same time.
Please click HERE for a link to the flyer with more details on donations and a weekly schedule of times and films to be shown.
*Free to all with suggested donations for local charities.
On the not as convenient side, Cheshire Road is closed between Berlin Manor Dr. on the east to Gregory Rd. on the west, as they are building a roundabout at Cheshire and Piatt Rds. It is scheduled to be closed until sometime in August. This affects those who use Cheshire Rd. going west to SourcePoint, Rt. 23, Ohio Health on Ohio Health Blvd. etc.
CLICK HERE for a link to more information about current road projects from the County Engineer's Website
We sometimes receive calls regarding noise levels and what is acceptable, etc.
When it comes to regulating things, townships do not have the same abilities as other municipalities to limit or enforce activities. In addition, while we live in the "country" we realize that most of us have neighbors within earshot, and the hope is that people are simply respectful of that fact and act accordingly.
The link below will take you to a PDF of Berkshire's current noise resolution, enacted in 2003.CLICK HERE