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Ohio's 1st Rural Historic District
19,881 Acres Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Throughout the year, the Township Trustees may have announcements, such as project bids and important dates. When they do, the announcements may be posted here.
Township meetings are held at 7 P.M. on the first and third Wednesdays of every month.
If you would like to be placed on a meeting's agenda, please contact the township trustee's office with as much advance notice as possible.
2023 ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING.pdf
2023 INVENTORY MEETING.pdf
2023 JANUARY 9.pdf
2023 JANUARY 18.pdf
What is the largest function of a township? Road maintenance. Other functions can be police protection, fire protection, parks and recreation, zoning, waste disposal, control of weeds and brush, cemeteries and lighting.
Trustees are often asked which roads are considered township roads. They are listed below:
Within Elizabeth Township there are 14.39 miles of township roads, 36.21 miles of county roads and 12.4 miles of state roads.
Total Acres: 19,881 acres
Total Square Miles: 29.9 square miles
There are six historic (closed to new burials) cemeteries in Elizabeth Township. They harbor cultural significance and historic individuals from the past. They are:
*Davis Cemetery Section 7, Widener Road
*Hart Cemetery (AKA Martin, New Light, Walnut Grove) Section 27, Walnut Grove Road
*Kyle Cemetery, Section 20, Tipp-Elizabeth Road
*Mann Cemetery (AKA Honey Creek), Section 25, Tipp-Elizabeth Road
*McKendree Chapel Cemetery, Section 2, Dayton-Brandt Road
*Winters Cemetery (AKA Davy, Kepper, Ochs) Section 19, S. Rudy Road
Find Photos and individuals burial information at Elizabeth Township Historical Website by clicking on the "Historic Cemeteries" tab at this link: https://ethsofohio.com/