Stay informed of various things within the Township such as what leviess are in effect, how much do they collect, where does the money go, Memorial Day Parade, Trash Day and more.
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Fire/EMS levy passes
Claridon residents authorized the renewal of 2.0 Fire/EMS levy to be a continuous levy by voting for the passage of the levy. Because of the passage of this renewal, the trustees unanimously passed a resolution to suspend collection of the 2.3 mill fire/EMS levy by the full dollar for dollar amount of the 2.0 mill Fire/EMS levy. Please click here to view the resolution. Contact any of the trustees to learn why this resolution was necessary. Please check this website regularly as we will soon post details of all levies the Township collects.
Here are the results of the passage of the 2.0 levy.
Between Claridon Township and Aquilla Village, 710 ballots were cast.
There are 2,106 registered voters so this is a showing of 33.71% of registered voters.
There were 700 votes on the Fire/EMS levy.
471 (67.29%) residents voted 'For' the levy and 229 (32.71%) voted 'Against' the levy.
Board of Trustees
The Trustees generally meet the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month.
The meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. and are held at the Administration Building located at 13932 Mayfield Road.
Special meetings are posted at least 24 hours in advance.
Check this website often.
We encourage residents to attend.
See you there!
2020 Regular Trustee Meetings
September 30 (work session)
Zoning Commission Board
The Zoning Commission generally meet the 4th Monday of each month.
The meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. and are held in the lower level of the Town Hall located at 13932 Mayfield Road.
During this time of COVID, the Board is not meeting until further notice. If you have any questions, please contact Trustee Jonathan Tiber at 216-276-8342 or JTiber@ClaridonTownship.com.
Special meetings are posted at least 24 hours in advance.
2020 Regular Zoning Commission Meetings
Board of Zoning Appeals
The Board of Zoning Appeals only meets when called upon.
The hearings generally begin at 7:00 p.m. and are held in the lower level of the Town Hall or, if a large attendance is anticpated, the hearings could be at the Administration Building. Both are located at 13932 Mayfield Road.
Public hearings are posted well in advance.
The public is welcome to attend the hearings and to express their thoughts and opinions relavent to the content of the hearing.
Residents gathered on June 18th at Claridon Recreation Park to comment and ask questions of our guests. The Forum was called "Accountability in Governance" as it pertains to the State Government's response to COVID-19.
House District 99 Rep. John Patterson,
Senate District 32 Eli Kalil who will be representing Senator Sean O'Brien, and
House District 76 Rep Dianne Grendell
answered every question and responded to every comment by Claridon residents. The forum had a town hall informality, was respectful and productive. Delegates and residents expressed their desire to have a Forum annually. Thank you delegates and residents for making this first Forum so successful.
Claridon Recycle Center is once again accepting glass
Geauga Trumbull Solid Waste District, the entity which manages our recycle center, is now accepting glass.
Please click here to be directed to their website so we all can be educated on the type of glass accepted.
Click here to read about it and see pictures submitted by residents at this year's ceremony
During these unfamiliar times, it's good to think of the well being of those around us.
'Community' means our family, friends and neighbors.
Let's watch out for one another because you can't put a price on the wonderful benefits of a caring community.
-Trustee Jonathan Tiber
"How Can I Help?"
These are unfamiliar times. We're accustmed to do our daily routines, receive our daily blessings. We are used to having answers. So what do we do? The longer I serve the people of Claridon, the more I see the kind of high quality people that make up our community.
Our community is made up of caring, hardworking, faithful, loyal and common sense people. We have a community full of them! Many are asking, :"How can I help?". Some Claridon orginizations are working on stratigies to safely and healthely help folks. Once they do, I'll share them here on our website so you can review different ways you can help. If you know of a Claridon group that can be a resource of any kind, let Trustee Jonathan Tiber know. For now, here's what we have;
Claridon Community Helps
CCH directly benefits Claridon Township residents as well as the surrounding areas.
They have a program called, "Now That's What I'm Talking About".
It's a free Summer lunch program for ALL pre and school age children living in the Berkshire and Middlefield School Districts.
If you want to consider donating or volunteering, click here to be directed to their website.
Check out the latest update about the lunch program by clicking here.
The Chardon Rotary Foundation is raising money to benefit Claridon's own Claridon Community Helps. The volunteers at CCH were feeding 50-60 hungry children daily prior to the Covid 19 outbreak, now they are serving nearly 160 children daily and that number is growing every day. The Rotary Club of Chardon is proud to announce a pledged to commit to a matching funds initiative for the first $10,000 collected for CCH! Spread the word to help promote this worthwhile effort beniftiting children in our community. People can visit the established GoFundMe site at https://bit.ly/gprfund. You can also send a check made out to the Chardon Rotary Foundation, to PO Box 302, Chardon, Ohio 44024 and your donation is tax deductible. To learn more about Claridon Community Helps visit their website by clikcing here Feel free to contact Terry Hegner of the Rotary Club with any quesitons.
Covid-19 Info From Geauga Public Health
For the latest information, click here to visit the Geauga Public Health page
Click here to go to the Ohio Department of Health website regarding Covid-19.
Ohio Department of Health call center: 833-427-5634