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Welcome to Milan Township

MILAN TOWNSHIP is an unincorporated township offering a wide range of services to the 2602 persons living in the unincorporated area. It is governed by three elected Trustees responsible for basic township governance and an elected Fiscal Officer who functions as the financial manager.

McIntyre Road will be closed at 7:00 am on Friday July 23, 2021 for safety repairs to the berm. The road is expected to reopen Friday afternoon.

State Route 113 minor widening - State Route 113, between U.S. 250 and SR 61, will close Tuesday, July 6 for 120 days for a minor widening project. The project will be completed in three phases.

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The first phase of the project is as follows:
PHASE 1: SR 113 will be closed Tuesday, July 6 between River Road and McIntyre Road for 60 days. The detour route for eastbound motorists will be SR 113 to U.S. 250, north on U.S. 250 to SR 13, north on SR 13 to SR 2, east on SR 2 to SR 61, south on SR 61 to SR 113, and reverse for westbound motorists. Estimated completion of Phase 1: Saturday, September 4, 2021.
The posted detour route will be the same route for all three phases of the project. ODOT is required to post detour routes on routes that we maintain – State Routes, U.S. Routes, and Interstates.
Estimated completion of entire project: November 2021

Fire Department

The Milan Township Volunteer Fire Department provides a full range of services to both the Township and the Village of Milan. It also furnishes emergency services to Norwalk Township on a contract basis.

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Zoning Department

The department handles all requests for zoning permits and processes requests for variances through the Township’s Board of Zoning Appeals. A Zoning Commission recommends changes to the Township Zoning Resolution as needed in order to meet changing needs for land use.

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Roads & Parks

Road Department
The department is responsible for clearing and maintaining approximately 24.5 miles of Township roads.

Parks Department
The department maintains and improves Edison Park, a property wholly owned by the Township.