Butler Township Administration & Government

“…townships predate the creation of the state government in 1803…”

Township Structure

In Ohio, townships predate the creation of the state government in 1803. The Congressional acts establishing land grants caused the land to be surveyed and divided into townships of predetermined shape and size. In Ohio, the land was divided into townships of six square miles. Learn more …

Staff & Elected Officials

Three trustees, each elected at-large to a four-year term, govern the township. A clerk is also elected to a four-year term to serve as fiscal officer and maintain the township’s records, including the proceedings of all board of trustee meetings and financial accounts. In Butler Township, there is also an administrator who is appointed by the trustees to manage the township’s day-to-day activities and work to accomplish the goals established by the elected officials. Learn more …

Township Meetings

The Butler Township Trustees meet regularly to conduct the township government’s official business.  The second and fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 PM (Workshop Meeting) and 7:00 PM (Regular Meetings).   Summer schedule from June to August will be reduce to the fourth Monday of the month.   Citizens are welcome to attend the meetings. They are held at the township meeting hall unless otherwise announced. Learn more, see the upcoming schedule, and review recent meeting minutes …

Township Accomplishments

Over the last five years, the Township Trustees have worked hard to make sure that we are watching the Township’s budget but also making sure that the Township is still operating and improving  Learn more …

Employment Opportunities

Learn about current employment opportunities at Butler Township.