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Survey Seeks Public Input for Zoning Code Update

Boardman Township is currently working with a zoning consultant to assess the need for changes to the current Boardman Township Zoning Resolution. The township is seeking input on how the residents and business owners would like those regulations revised to address ongoing needs and concerns. The Boardman Township Planning and …

Safe Community Initiative Impacts Market Street

In May 2018 the Boardman Police Department instituted a proactive police patrol program called the Safe Community Initiative. One of the focuses of this program was to provide an increased police presence along the business corridor of Market Street (during the active months of summer) in a crime reduction initiative. …

Tips for Holiday Safety from Police Chief Todd Werth

The Holiday season means shopping at Boardman merchants, with bigger crowds than usual and an influx of shoppers from outside of the township. Boardman Police Chief Todd Werth discusses common-sense safety tips all residents should be aware of with Township Trustees Brad Calhoun, Tom Costello and Larry Moliterno.

Safe Routes to School Meeting Planned for Nov. 27

The Safe Routes to School program was created to encourage and enable K-8 students to walk or ride their bicycles to school. The program is administered by the Ohio Department of Transportation. Similar programs have been implemented in Lowellville, Poland, Canfield and several other area communities. Options are now being …

This Weekend: Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries!

Daylight savings time will come to an end this Sunday at 2:00 a.m. For years the slogan of “change your clock, change your batteries” has been used to help people make a lifesaving decision. Along with setting your clocks back one hour, the Boardman Township Fire Department reminds all residents …