Trees are an important part of the environment that beautify our neighborhoods and communities, but trees planted too close to power lines can become a hazard and contribute to power outages.With a little planning and proper maintenance, trees and power lines can safely co-exist. Find information from DP&L on what kind of trees to plant and where. Check here.
An outstanding system of trails and bikeways crisscross the Miami Valley, with more than 300 miles stretching across ten counties.
For people who want to get out and explore, a Bikeways Guide Map is available at three Washington Township sites: Government Center, Recreation Center and Town Hall Theatre.
"Trail users can travel past museums and monuments, picnic areas and restaurants, and acres of parkland and gently rolling terrain. The trails wind through charming small towns as well as larger cities," said John Davies, township engineer who serves on Creating Community Connections (CCC).
CCC is the implementation committee for the comprehensive multi-use trail plan adopted by the city, township and park district. "We encourage people to ride their bike for leisure, for work, or to run errands," Davies added. "It saves money, it's good for your health, and it's good for your carbon footprint."
Engineer John Davies brings storm water awareness to the community. Do your part to reduce storm pollution. More information here.
What's Happening Soon?
September 5, 2016 - Washington Township Government Center will be closed
Testing of Outdoor Alert Sirens
September 5, 2016 - Outdoor alert sirens are tested at noon on the first Monday of the month.
Community Blood Drive
September 29, 2016 - The Fire Department will host its fifth community blood drive of the year.