Butler Township, Montgomery County, Ohio

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Administrative Offices Closed for Memorial Day

May 17, 2015

The Butler Township Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2015 in observance of Memorial Day. The offices will re-open on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 8 AM.  Please Note:   Waste and recycling service will not occur on Monday, May 25, and service will be delayed one day during the rest of the week

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Emergency Warning Notifications – Register Your Cell Phone and E-mail Address with Hyper-Reach

April 14, 2015

Butler Township is now using the Hyper-Reach notification system. This system can e-mail, text, and phone only registered participants the important information about emergencies such as tornado warnings along with public safety emergency information. Your land line phone should already be registered in the system, but you will need to register your cell phone numbers.

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Township Congratulates 2 Employees on Retirement

April 10, 2015

Captain Mike Blakesly has retired from the Butler Township Fire Department after 38 years of service.  He started his career with the Township as a volunteer in 1976, the same year he graduated from high school.  He grew through the ranks, serving as a firefighter, paramedic and fire inspector. He earned an associate degree in

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Discolored Water Alert!

To ensure that fire hydrants are in good working order in the event of an emergency, the Butler Township Fire Department will conduct fire hydrant testing throughout the township from April 27 through May 30. Residents may notice a discoloration of the water, as the testing stirs up sediment in the lines. The water remains

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