Leaf collection is scheduled in October of each year. Leaf collection is typically very light within the first weeks and our crews are able to move quickly. After 2 or 3 weeks or depending on the amount of leaves that have fallen, you can plan on 7 – 10 business days before work crews will return in you area.
Annual “Main Street” Holiday Lighting Celebration Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 7 pm Plainville Road 7pm -Trustees flip the switch for Plainville Road street tree lights7-8pm - Free local treats (while supplies last) Hot chocolate - The Madison Place Pizza slice - Angilo’s Pizzaree local treats (while supplies last) “A Minute in Madison Place” New [...]
Dine Outdoors With “The Fab Four” at The Promenade on Wooster Pike Four of your favorite hometown restaurants in one place – now with heated outdoor dining! Mango Tree Patron Mexican Grill Magic Wok Jersey Mike’s Enjoy the new heated patio with table service or order carryout and eat on site in the new outdoor dining plaza [...]
C U on the Ice Ice, Baby! Come strut your stuff on the ice (and leave your wallet at home) at Fifty West Brewing’s new outdoor ice skating rink. Columbia Township residents skate free any day and any time when the rink is open to the public – just use this code "COLUMBIASK8" (no [...]
Halloween Trick-or-Treat Saturday, October 31st 6-8 pm Please be careful this year while celebrating Halloween during the COVID pandemic. Ohio Department of Health has released updated Halloween guidance at https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/responsible/celebrating-halloween.pdf CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – additionally warns: Costume masks are not a safe substitute for cloth COVID masks, and don’t allow [...]
Public Comment Notice – Grant Application to Assist Wooster Pike Restaurants Increase Dining Capacity
Columbia Township is providing a five-day Public Comment Period on a proposed project to be submitted for funding through the Hamilton County Community Development Block Grant COVID-19 (CDBG-CV) Program. Eligible CDBG-CV projects are for economic development, public facilities, or public infrastructure projects. Columbia Township plans to apply for $50,000 to help retain three adjacent Wooster Pike restaurants during the prolonged COVID pandemic. The proposed project will create outdoor dining space to expand seating capacity in front of 7219, 7227 and 7229 Wooster Pike for Magic Wok, Patron Mexican Grill and Mango Tree. The 5-Day Comment Period will begin August 24th and end August 29th. By August 29th at 5:00 pm, please email GrowingTogether@Columbiatwp.org or call (513) 561-6046 with your comments and suggestions.
The off-ramp from I-71 North to Stewart Road is closed through late October. Traffic will be detoured by way of Kenwood Road, Euclid Road and Stewart Road. I-71 North traffic is shifted to the west (left) side of the interstate from just north of Red Bank Road to the Kenwood Road interchange
New Wooster Pike Crosswalk with flashing lights & pedestrian center island We’re constructing a new safety project this summer – a crosswalk with flashing beacon signs and “pedestrian refuge island” will be built on Wooster Pike/US-50 at the Fifty West BrewPub and Fifty West Burger Bar. Columbia Township partnered with ODOT to design a safer [...]
Due to COVID, this meeting will be streamed live on ICRC to YouTube. We encourage the public to continue to be safe, stay home and view the meeting on ICRC. The Township meeting will be broadcast live to the public by ICRC at: https://www.icrctv.com/video/columbia-township-trustees-41420 Columbia Township residents and businesses are welcome to email or call [...]
LeadingAge Ohio is working to help displaced workers find employment opportunities during the COVID-19 crisis.