Butler Township, Montgomery County, Ohio
Butler Township is a growing community of attractive homes, friendly neighborhoods and booming business development.
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Frequently Asked Questions
November 1, 2013
Have you ever had a question about Butler Township or wonder why we do things a certain way? Well here are the answers to your frequently asked questions. How are my property taxes used in Butler Township? Property taxes are divided among several agencies. Butler Township collects 18 cents for each property tax dollar.
Butler Township Accomplishments for 2010-2013
Since 2010, the current Board of Township Trustees has made great progress toward building a better Butler Township. In addition to reducing the operating budget, they have made major improvements to all Township facilities. Their accomplishments include… Reducing the overall operating budget by 16% from 2010 to 2013 Implementing an employee contribution for health benefits
With JEDZ District passing, what’s next?
October 17, 2013
With voter approval of the JEDZ District, the Butler Township Trustees have begun to restore public safety forces. Three additional police officers, originally lost to budget cuts in 2011 and 2012, have been hired and on the road since September. All three had already been serving the Township as auxiliary or part-time officers and are
**ROAD CLOSING** – Dog Leg and Old Springfield Road – Neighborhood Update
September 23, 2013
Paul Gruner, P.E., P.S., Montgomery County Engineer, announces the closing of Dog Leg Road and Old Springfield Road in order to widen and extend roads related to the Union Global Logistics Airpark. **Dog Leg Road** Dog Leg Road will be closed between Old Springfield Road and U.S. Route 40 beginning on or after Wednesday, September