Licking Township News

Special Meeting & Public Hearing on Zoning Resolution Text Amendment

The Licking Township Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on Monday, August 21, 2023, beginning at 6:30PM, at the Licking Township Fire Co; Station #600; 9384 Jacksontown Road, Jacksontown, OH, for a proposed text amendment to the Licking Township Zoning Resolution.  –  More Information

PTS Text Amendment Application

PTS Text Amendment Supporting Documents

Licking Township Fire Company Job Openings

The Licking Township Fire Company is accepting applications for the position of part-time Firefighter / EMT / Paramedic.  Licking Township Fire Company will immediately begin filling positions on an as-need basis.

Job Posting Information & Requirements

Upcoming Events

For upcoming Licking Township events, please visit our events calendar.

2022 Year in Review

Residents of Licking Township:

The sun is shining, the trees are starting to bloom, and the robin has once again returned.  Sure makes you think Spring has finally sprung!

Hard to believe we are beginning the 2nd quarter of 2023 already!  Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let’s take a look back at some of the amazing things Licking Township accomplished during 2022.

~ 2022 In Review ~

  • Awarded Ohio Public Works Commission Grant totaling $241,996.85. These funds were used in 2022 to resurface and repair approximately 1 mile of roads in Misty Meadows and will be used to resurface approximately 1 mile of roads in Harbor Hills in 2023/2024.
  • Received a total of $520,482.62 in ARPA Funds between 2021-22. Of those monies $174K went to resurfacing one mile of township roads and $261K has been contracted for the purchase of a new ambulance for LTFC. The remaining approx. $87K is expected to be used of additional road re-resurfacing.
  • Replaced 2 catch basins (Logan Road & Harbor Hills); Replaced 5 culverts including 1 at Dogwood Lakes culvert replaced as joint venture with Licking County.
  • Installed 8+ miles of berm, crack sealed 6+ miles of roads, used 275 tons salt and 35 tons brine on roads
  • Picked up 54 tires and 4 tons of furniture/debris from right of way
  • Jeff Houston retired and Jason Broseus hired
  • Updated current fee schedule for cellular towers, commercial & industrial buildings
  • Collected 85,310 lbs of recycling material in 2021
  • Sale of obsolete assets (squad) via GovDeals totaling $24,415.00
  • Contracted for restoration of 11 headstones at Jacksontown Cemetery and additional headstones in 2024
  • Received $500 MORE Grant for Road Department
  • Issued 79 Zoning Permits
  • Received multiple Fire Grants for various equipment
  • Increased current rates for EMS services for residents and non-residents
  • Passed 1 mill Replacement Fire Levy
  • LTFC recorded 1540 runs in 2022 (this is 325 more than 2021)
  • LTFC conducted Fire Prevention for Lakewood Local Schools & Eagle Wings
  • LTFC hosted fire truck rides during JUMC Easter Egg hunt

At our annual budget meeting in February, we laid plans for an equally successful and busy 2023!  Stay tuned for some great things happening in and around our township!

And, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact one of your Trustees.

John Holman, Licking Township Trustee Chairman