Welcome to Waterville Township!
Waterville Township is situated in and around the Village of Whitehouse and the City of Waterville. It is generally comprised of agricultural areas, but does contain many homes, subdivisions, and businesses. The township is governed by trustees and has a full-time police department. The maintenance department is responsible for road repairs and taking care of the local cemeteries. Fire and medical emergencies are the responsibility of the Whitehouse and Waterville fire departments.
Feel free to look around the website to obtain information on departments, services, regulations, and personnel contact links.
The Waterville Township Board of Trustees is accepting letters with resumes from Township residents who are interested in filing the vacancy of Township Fiscal Officer. The Fiscal Officer is the records keeper and financial officer of the township responsible for the management of all financial records, accounts and transactions including paying bills, issuing checks and payroll. Duties include annual budgets and appropriations, the annual financial report, filing of Federal, State and Local payroll taxes, Workers Compensation, OSHA and insurance claims. Candidate must have the qualifications of an elector of Waterville Township, Lucas County, Ohio. Knowledge of modern governmental accounting theory, principals and practices is a plus. This is an appointment to an independently elected public office that would expire in Spring, 2019 and is subject to re-election pursuant to ORC 503.24. Please note this is an elected and compensated position. Submit correspondence to the Township’s Law Director, Dawn Sanderson, 2340 Detroit Avenue, Suite 1A, Maumee, OH 43537 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line WTwp Fiscal Officer.
Note: All resumes/letters of interest MUST be received by December 4, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
The monthly November Trustee meeting has been rescheduled to Wednesday, November 29, 2017. It will be held at the Township Hall, 621 Farnsworth Rd, Waterville at 6:30 p.m.
Leaf pickup in the township will begin Oct 26, 2017. Leaves will be picked up regularly throughout the township and residents should locate their leaf piles along the edge of the roadway, away from mailboxes, fire hydrants, etc. NO rocks or any solid materials should be present in the leaf piles.
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