Chester Township has scheduled a Clean-Up Day for June 3 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the old Chester School property on Chillicothe Road at the intersection of Seminary and Chillicothe.  Items can be taken there for disposal at no charge.  The Chester Township Road Department will be on hand to assist with the unloading of unwanted items, and the police department will control traffic.  Residents using this opportunity to dispose of household discards must observe the following guidelines:

  1.  Must bring driver's license as proof of residency. 
  2.  Limit of one (1) truck or trailer load per address; one ton maximum capacity truck.  Maximum trailer length is 10 feet.  
  3.  All trucks and trailers must be covered with a tarp per Ohio state law. 
  4.  All children must remain in vehicles. 
  5.  NO concrete, stone, rocks or logs. 
  6.  NO liquids, 55 gallon drums or paint cans, hazardous or restricted materials.  
  7.  NO roofing or construction debris. 
  8.  NO yard waste (grass, leaves, stumps or twigs). 
  9.  NO automotive parts of any kind, including body parts. 
10.  Car and light duty truck tires off the rims will be accepted - the limit is eight (8) tires per household. 
11.  Oil tanks must have large holes in the bottom to assure they are empty.  No paint, oil, oil filters or any other materials of this type will be accepted. 

Chester Township reserves the right to refuse any and all kinds of suspicious materials.  For more information contact the Chester Township Road Department at 440-729-9110.

job opportunities

                                                                                             Chester Township is an equal opportunity employer.  

chester township road improvement projects 2017

On or about May 30th construction will begin on the following roads:  

- Norton

- Barfield

- Bardwell

- West Chester

- Sherman (between Caves and County line).

Work is expected to be complete by July 11th.  For additional information or questions please contact Road Superintendent Terry Varner (440) 729 - 9110.


To report an outage, please call the CEI Outage Reporting Line at 1-888-544-4877.  

When electric power is lost, CEI crews' highest priorities are removing downed wires and electrical hazards.  Critical infrastructure is focused on next - police, fire, schools, hospitals, wastewater treatment, etc.  Some residents may see a CEI truck go through their neighborhood but their power remains out - these crews are patrolling the area and looking for damage and safety hazards.  

CEI also has a power outage map showing the number of outages in an area and estimated times for restoration:  Power Outage Map - First Energy

If your power remains out after the estimated restoration time has passed, CEI asks that you call the outage reporting line again.  

Customers can also download the FirstEnergy App; with the app, you can sign up for outage status text messages on your mobile devices, whether Apple or Android:  

Download on iOS 

Download on Android

recycle park hours of operation

Chester Recycle Park, located at 12535 Chillicothe Road, is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to accommodate residents' recycling needs.  Bins are typically emptied on Fridays and Mondays, and the Park is closed when the bins are full, in order to minimize windblown trash.  

Please remember, Chester Township receives revenue for paper and cardboard that is placed into the "paper only" bins on the right-hand side of the recycle drive.  If you are able to segregate your paper/cardboard from other recyclables, it is appreciated.  

2017 safety township sessions - register now!

Safety Township 2017

Chester Townhall

Township meetings are held every other Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall meeting room located at 12701 Chillicothe Road, unless otherwise specified.