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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.

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Letter to Residents - December 2023

Residents of Licking Township:

As we prepare to turn the calendar to a new year, it is only natural to reflect on the previous year’s accomplishments, successes, & unfinished business while beginning to set new goals. Over the next several weeks we will wind down 2023 and shift our focus to identifying what we want to accomplish in 2024.

Until then, we would like to pause and thank the men and women who serve our township each and every day through our Fire & EMS Services, Road Department, & Zoning Department. Their dedication and commitment to safely providing high quality, uninterrupted service to our community is by far our most notable and appreciated accomplishment in 2023!

We would also like to wish each of you a safe and happy holiday season. Although the weather has been favorable so far, it’s only a matter of time before winter shows itself. Be assured that our salt bins are filled to capacity, snow removal and emergency vehicles have been prepped, and measures are in place to manage the white stuff so we can all enjoy the holiday travel & festivities safely!

Here are some reminders regarding our approach to managing the adverse conditions:

  • Light Snow (2" or less) - Salt and shot sand plow as needed
  • Medium Snow (over 3") - Plow first salt and shot sand
  • Intersections & Curves - As needed
  • Heavy Snow (6"-10") - Plow first then salt and shot sand
  • All Intersection, Hills & Curves - Based upon road conditions
  • Ice Storms - All Roads - Salt only

Please keep in mind that the safety of our personnel and equipment will be first priority due to weather conditions.

You can also review the priority list of intersections located on the Road Department Tab on the website to better understand the snow removal process in Licking Township.

Should you have any questions, please contact Trustee John Holman 740-404-4721; Trustee Dave Miller 740-404-4720; or Trustee John Cormican 740-899-6451.

Have a safe and happy holiday!

John Holman, Licking Township Trustee Chairman