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Mark Your Calendar for Upcoming Community Events

June 25, 2019

Star Spangled Celebration – Butler Township and the City of Vandalia will again co-sponsor fireworks as part of the 4th of July Celebration at the Vandalia Recreation Center. The event, scheduled for July 3rd and is open to the community. Come and enjoy a great fireworks display!

National Night Out – The Stonespring Rehabilitation Center, located at 4000 Singing Hills Blvd. in Butler Township, will again sponsor and host the township’s National Night Out this year. This event is a nationwide campaign to help build relations between the police and their communities. Emergency vehicles will be on display and kids’ activities will include bounce houses, face painting, games and pony rides. Township officials will be grilling free hot dogs. The event will be held on Tuesday, August 6, from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Stonesprings.

Cruise-In to Butler Township – The Cruise-In to Butler Township has become one of the area’s most popular events, drawing hundreds of people to Commerce Center Drive. It’s open to all makes and models of vehicles. Entry is free to the public and vehicle registration is by donation only. Participants get a free t-shirt and goody bag. The Cruise-In will be held Saturday, August 10, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Township Music Festival in the Park – Inspired by the popularity of the township’s Bicentennial Event in 2017, Butler Township will hold a music festival at Art Van Atta Park on Saturday, October 5, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The event will bring the community together around music and fun for all ages. Food trucks will be available.

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Administrative Offices Closed for Labor Day

The Butler Township Administrative Office will be closed on Monday, September 2, 2019 in observance of Labor Day.

The office will re-open on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 at 8 AM.

 **Please note the following**   

Customers with service on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will NOT be affected by September 2nd (Labor Day).

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.ng week.

 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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Storm Debris Clean-Up

June 3, 2019

Click the link to see the most recent guide for Storm Debris Clean-Up Flyer

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Tornado Damage Update

May 31, 2019

Areas in the southern part of Butler Township experienced great loss and significant amounts of damage during the tornados on Monday night. The township had over 200 property owners or families affected by damage from the tornado, with at least 30 structures being a total loss or having major structural damage. Many community members lost their homes and belongings, but thankfully everyone survived and there were no major injuries. The outpour of help and service provided to this community was unprecedented. As a township, we are so thankful to have so many people reach out in this time of need. We are still dealing with one portion of roadway closed on N. Dixie, but our road crews have opened up all of the other roadways in the township, with the exception of intermediate closures that occur, due to necessary utility work.

Tree limb and brush removal will begin on Monday, June 3 throughout the affected areas. Butler Township road crews along with other jurisdictions who have offered their assistance will be hauling the limbs and brush away for disposal. Please be mindful of their presence and allow them plenty of space to remove the debris safely and quickly. The fire department also wants to keep everyone safe and remind residents not to burn their brush and construction debris.

While this event has been very strenuous for everyone affected, we know that we will come out of this a better and stronger township. We really do have a great community and we want to thank everyone who has reached out and supported the township and our residents in their clean-up efforts.

 If anyone has any questions at all, please contact the township at 937-898-6735.

Erika Vogel, Township Administrator

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Resources available for those affected by the tornado

May 28, 2019

Christian Life Center is open for those affected by the tornado. They have A/C, water, snacks, electricity/charging stations, and restrooms. They’re located at 3489 Little York Road. Go to left at the fork in the driveway and go in Door #2.

Thanks to CLC for supporting our community!

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