ON-LINE BILLING & PAYMENTS NOW AVAILABLE

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Our residents spoke, and we listened. Many residents have asked us to offer them paperless billing and online payments. Butler Township has launched a new online billing and payment solution, offering more ways to view and pay your trash bill, plus the addition of 24/7 phone payments and pay by text. Residents can receive and view bills electronically, make a …

COVID-19 Safety Measures Implemented

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We want to assure you that the health, safety and well-being of our residents, businesses and our employees is of utmost importance during this outbreak, therefore we ask you to follow the following measures at our Government Center:  Use the drop-box: Please utilize the drop box located in the front lobby of the Government Center for trash payments instead of …

Coronavirus COVID-19 Information

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With the current news and recent confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ohio, Butler Township is monitoring the situation and following the advice and recommendations from national and state agencies, as well as Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County. We want to assure you that the health, safety and well-being of our residents, businesses and our employees is of utmost importance during …

Please remove vehicles off streets during snow removal

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The Butler Township Service Department is determined to provide residents with the best service. This service can only be achieved through a partnership between Residents and the Township.  Please help assist our road crew by removing vehicles off the street whenever possible to make it easier for our plows to make it through neighborhoods during snow removal operations.  Thank you!

How snow removal is prioritized

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Township residents often ask how the snow removal service is prioritized. Here is a summary of the policies: During storms, major thoroughfares and streets are cleared first, along with bridges, school zones, hills and steep-incline areas (including residential areas). Next, residential neighborhoods with flat terrain receive attention. Continuing snow and wind, extremely low temperatures and ice that intermittently melts and …

Take a moment for winter safety

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Winter is here, and so are the reminders for ways you can help the fire and police departments provide the most efficient and effective emergency services. Make sure your home address is clearly visible from the street. Curb markings and mailbox signs covered by snow and ice can delay the arrival of crews. Address numbers are most valuable if they …

Help Keep Them Safe

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Winter presents special challenges for waste collection personnel. Here are some tips to help keep them safe. Make sure it is easy to get to the trash you’ve set out. For example, don’t place it behind drifted or piled-up snow. Find a spot to place your trash for pickup that is not prone to icing over. Keep driveways and sidewalks …

Who’s Responsible for the Roads?

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Several major thoroughfares in the township are maintained by the Montgomery County Engineer’s Office and not Butler Township. These are typically the major roadways that cross jurisdictions. Plowing, salting, asphalt repair and pothole repair are the responsibility of the county on the following roadways: Dog Leg Road Frederick Pike Healthcliff Lightner Road Little York Road Martindale Road North Dixie Drive Old …

Township’s Business Base Growing

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Commercial development and redevelopment remain strong in Butler Township, with a variety of businesses investing in the community. Hotel Boom: Two new hotels are under construction, bringing the total number of hotels in the township to 16 and the total number of rooms of 1,580, many of which are at full capacity on weekends. Butler Township’s Miller Lane area is …

Annexations: Can They Be Stopped!

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Annexations: Can they be stopped? Shock has been a common reaction among Butler Township residents over the most recent city of Union annexations and the subsequent re-zoning of those properties. “I know many are wondering why Butler Township hasn’t done more to protect the residents from annexation,” said Township Administrator Kim Lapensee. “It’s very simple: State law is not on …