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Boardman Township Selects Todd Werth as Next Police Chief

Boardman Township Trustees have announced that Todd D. Werth has been selected as the township’s next Police Chief. Werth will assume his duties in January of 2018 following the retirement of the township’s current Police Chief, Jack Nichols. Since May of 2013, Todd Werth has served as Supervisory Senior Resident …

Boardman Township parking regulations

A reminder to residents that parking on the grass in any district is prohibited. All vehicles should be parked on a hard surface. Junk vehicles, vehicles without current plates, or abandoned vehicles should be kept out of sight in a garage or off-premises in order to keep the neighborhood free …

Garage sale season is here! A reminder about signs.

The Zoning Office frequently fields calls about garage sale signs, and garage sales in general. Here is some basic information about what is permitted in the Boardman Township Zoning Resolution: Garage sale signs are permitted only at the property of the garage sale. Placing signs on utility pole or any …

Proposals being accepted for 2017 Road Resurfacing Project for Austintown, Boardman and Canfield Townships

Sealed proposals must be submitted by noon on Monday, June 26th to the Boardman Township Road Department. For further details, visit the Road Department Home Page.

Youngstown Marathon course will impact some Boardman neighborhoods

The Youngstown Marathon, which will take place on Sunday, June 4, includes a course that will run through certain neighborhoods in Boardman near the eastern border of Mill Creek Park. For both their safety and the runners’, motorists passing through these neighborhoods are urged to exercise caution during the time of the …