News & Current Events

Butler Twp-City of Dayton JEDD Annual Meeting

December 9, 2019

The Butler Township-City of Dayton Joint Economic Development District Board Members would like to invite you to the Annual Luncheon/Board Meeting on Tuesday, December 10 at 12:00 p.m. at the Montgomery County Community & Economic Development Office on the 10th floor of the Administration Building. The purpose of the meeting is to provide 2019 Financial Reports and approve the 2020 Budget.


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Administrative Offices Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

October 29, 2019

The Butler Township Administrative Office will be closed on Tuesday, December 24, 2019 and Wednesday, December 25, 2019 in observance of Christmas.

The office will re-open on Thursday, December 27, 2019 at 8 AM.

 **Please note the following**   

Service will NOT occur on Wednesday, December 25, and service will be delayed one day for the rest of the week (Thursday will move to Friday; Friday will move to Saturday). Rumpke will return to its regular collection schedule the following week.

REMNDER:    Rumpke observes the following holidays: News Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. If your pick up day falls on or after one of these holidays, collections will be delayed one day. If a holiday falls on Saturday or Sunday, there will be NO delays.

 If you have any questions regarding your pick up please contact Rumpke at 1-800-223-3960.

Have a safe and happy holiday!

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Carbon Monoxide Detectors Available

September 25, 2019

In 2018, approximately 430 people in the U.S. died from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. This type of tragedy can easily be prevented with a carbon monoxide detector in your home. Again this year, the Firefighters and Company Federal Credit Union has generously donated carbon monoxide detectors for Butler Township to make available to residents. These detectors are available, free of charge, on a first come, first-served basis.

If you household does not have a carbon monoxide detector, please contact the Butler Township Fire Department at 937-890-2491.


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Full-time Firefighter/Paramedic Opening

September 10, 2019

The Butler Township Fire Department is currently a combination fire department staffing 18 full-time and additional part-time personnel. We are accepting applications for the immediate hiring of a Firefighter/Paramedic to work a 24/48 shifted schedule. The department is a progressive organization that boasts outstanding working conditions as well as excellent facilities and equipment. The minimum qualifications for the positions are: • High school diploma or equivalent • Current State of Ohio: EMT-Paramedic certification (by time of appointment); Level II Firefighter Certification (by time of appointment); Fire Safety Inspector (within one year of appointment); also, Hazardous Material Operation certificate; NIMS certification; current certification in; ACLS, CPR, and ability to obtain EMS Local Operating Protocol; valid Driver’s License. • Must maintain required continuing education hours as required to maintain all certifications Any or all of the following testing and screening procedures may be utilized during the hiring process: examination process; CVSA; background investigation; and credit check. Must pass physical and drug screen. Candidates interested in this position must submit a cover letter and resume’ along with a completed application to the attention of Full-time Firefighter process by email at or mail to Butler Township, 3780 Little York Rd., Dayton, Ohio 45414 by September 30th, 2019 (No Later Than 4:00PM). Due to the public record laws in Ohio, the identity of applicants and application materials cannot be considered to be confidential.


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Citizens Learning about Police Work

July 25, 2019

The first Butler Township Police Citizen’s Academy is underway, having started September 11 and running through October 23.

During the seven week, participants are learning abut the inner workings of the police department. Topics include criminal investigation, traffic and accident investigation, evidence collection and response to resistance.  Students will also ride along with officers. Since this was our first academy, we wanted to limit the number of students to ensure we were able to meet each participant’s needs, “said Police Chief John Porter. “We hope to grow the enrollment in future classes, giving more residents the opportunity to become involved.”

The next academy will be held next spring and is open to all Butler township residents.  Attendance is free however an application form is required and can be found by clicking on the attached link: Citizen Police Academy Application.   Click here to view the Citizen’s Police Academy Video

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