Welcome to Washington Township

The township provides services to unincorporated areas and to the City of Dublin. Emergency medical services, fire suppression, fire prevention, and recreation programs are among the services provided directly to all township residents. Road maintenance, planning and zoning services, solid waste collection, snow removal and cemetery maintenance are provided for directly or through outside contracts or cooperative agreements in the unincorporated areas. 

 
 
 

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Wick Wise

Candle burning is popular every month of the year, but especially so during the winter holidays. The relaxing ambiance candlelight can create can quickly turn into catastophy if an unattended burning candle results in a house fire. Never leave burning candles unattended, even if it seems that their small flame couldn't possibly get out of bounds and cause significant damage. In fact, candles are the cause of many home fires every year.

 

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Fire Stations Collecting Toys until Dec. 23

The Washington Township Fire Department’s four fire stations will serve as drop off locations for the annual Firefighters for Kids charity toy drive. New, unwrapped toys, gift cards and monetary donations will be accepted from November 28 through December 23rd at the following locations:  

Station 91- 6255 Shier Rings
Station 92- 4497 Hard Rd 
Station 93- 5825 Brand Rd 
Station 95- 5750 Blazer Pkwy

Online donations can be made at www.cmefcu.org.

Firefighters for Kids is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide toys at Christmastime for youth who may not otherwise receive them due to their family’s needs and/or personal tragedy. Firefighters for Kids was started in 1977 by Mike Mullens, a retired firefighter from Columbus Division of Fire, who still runs the charitable program. Donations are accepted year-round for the annual December distribution. For more information about Firefighters for Kids, call 614-645-8687.

 

City of Dublin Residents

City of Dublin residents are also residents of Washington Township. Exercise your resident privileges by taking advantage of the many programs and services available to you. The Fire Department and the Parks & Rec Department offer presentations on a variety of topics for all ages. more>>