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Current News
We'll be using this section to post the most current information we need to communicate in a timely manner. As always, if you need to reach any of us just refer to the Contact Information on the right side.

Special Notices

01.11.17 Trustee Special Meeting Notices
        
(Some Notices can be Clicked on for More Information)
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Zoning & Administration Holiday Office Closures
The Township Hall will be closed on the following days for the holiday season. This includes the Zoning Office, Board of Trustee Offices & Fiscal Officer. The Roads Department also recognizes all legal holiday's. All emergency personnel such as Police & Fire will be open and available on these days.

December 26, 2016 - Christmas
January 2, 2017 - New Year's Day
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Wreaths Across America


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Ottawa County Veterans Service Office is excited to announce they will again be bringing Wreaths Across America to Ottawa County! National Wreaths Across America Day is 
Saturday, December 17. The ceremony at Sackett Cemetery will begin at . 




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FEMA Great Lakes Coastal Study & New Flood Map Information
FEMA is preparing new Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for Ottawa and the surrounding Counties. While Ottawa County recently adopted maps in 2015, these proposed new maps would replace the 2015 maps. FEMA anticipates that these new maps will be ready for adoption within the next 2-3 years (2018-2019). During this 2-3 year time frame, they will conduct public meetings and community outreach for residents to attend and comment. The Township will do the best that we can to help filter that information to our residents. 
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Mulch Pile/Brush Drop-Off Extended

Fall of 2016 has been warmer than usual. Some trees are retaining there leaves for a longer period of time, therefore, Danbury Township is extending drop-off until Friday, December 30, 2016. 

Residents are welcome to help themselves to the mulch at the brush pile behind the Dog Park off SR 269 until the supply of mulch is exhausted. This is for residents only and not for contractor use. Residents are not allowed to bring their own heavy equipment to load the mulch. If you need assistance loading the mulch, please contact the Maintenance Department at (419) 734-4091 to schedule a pick-up time. 
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Ottawa County Emergency Alerts WENS system
Fall is here, and soon...winter will be.  We encourage you to sign up to the Ottawa County Emergency Alerts WENS system.  In the event of an emergency or severe weather condition, a text message will be sent to the mobile number and/or your email address that you specify.  This is a free service provided by Ottawa County, Ohio.  
To receive alerts, click here to sign up. 
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Concerns & Complaints

It is the policy of the Danbury Trustees to not accept anonymous complaints regarding tall grass, junk vehicles or other nuisance concerns. A written complaint regarding issues within 500 feet of your property will be accepted and reviewed to determine what action may be taken. Please click here for more information and the form to file. 
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Appointed Positions Available
If you have interest in serving on the Danbury Township Zoning Commission (ZC) or Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) please submit an Appointed Position Application
 as well as your resume to Kathryn A. Dale the Danbury Township Zoning & Planning Administrator. She can be reached at (419) 734-6120 for more questions.  

The Zoning Commission meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at 6:30p.m. and is responsible for amendments to the zoning resolution and map. The Commission  is comprised of 5 regular members and 2 alternates. An appointment is for 5 years, unless fulfilling a vacated seat. To be considered for the position, your permanent residence of record must be Danbury Township. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
  

The Board of Zoning Appeals meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30p.m. and is responsible for hearing requests on Appeals, Area Variances, Conditional Uses and Special Exceptions. The Board is comprised of 5 regular members and 2 alternates. An appointment is for 5 years, unless fulfilling a vacated seat.

To be considered for either position, your permanent residence of record must be Danbury Township. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.  
                                       
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Danbury Township Hall
5972 E. Port Clinton Eastern Rd.
Marblehead, OH 43440
   Phone: (419) 732-3039
   Fax:     (419) 734-3137
   Hours for the Trustees & Fiscal 
   Officer are by appointment
            
Trustee Charles Scott:
(419) 734-4703 charles@danburytownship.com

Trustee David Hirt:
(419) 732-2703 dave@danburytownship.com

Trustee Dianne Rozak:
(419) 798-4071 dianne@danburytownship.com

Fiscal Officer - Shelley Seamon:
(419) 732-3039 or (419) 341- 6904 
fiscalofficer@danburytownship.com

Fire:   Chief Keith Kahler
firechief@danburytownship.com
Station 1 - Headquarters
9551 E. Harbor Road
Lakeside, OH 43440
    Phone: (419) 798-5219
    Fax:     (419) 798-9122

Station 2 
150 S. Bridge Road
Lakeside-Marblehead, OH 43440
    Phone: (419) 734-9700

Station 3

517 W. Main Street
Marblehead, OH 43440
    Phone: (419) 798-4450
    Fax:     (419) 798-9421

Police: Chief Michael Meisler
419 S. Bridge Road
Marblehead, Ohio 43440
   Phone: (419) 732-2549
   Fax:     (419) 732-1516
   Hours:  24 hours. If an officer    
   does not answer, you may leave
   a message for a non-emergency
   situation. Non-emergency calls
   may also be placed at the Ottawa
   County Sheriff’s Office
   (419) 734-4404.
   Email: dtpd@cros.net or
   policechief@danburytownship.com
   Emergency calls: please dial 911
           
Maintenance Garage:
Road Supervisor, Brett Waldron
    Phone: (419) 734-4091
    Fax:     (419) 734-3137
    Hours: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.  
                Monday thru Friday
    Email: 
    roads@danburytownship.com

Zoning:
Zoning & Planning Administrator
Kathryn A. Dale, AICP
     
Phone: (419) 734-6120
     Fax:     (419) 734-3137
     Hours:  M, T, TH, F: 9am to 4pm
                  W.: 9-11am & 4-6:30pm
     Email: 
     zoning@danburytownship.com













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Danbury Township encompasses are area of 17.76 square miles which includes 32.75 miles of Lake Erie, Sandusky Bay and Harbor shoreline. The historic Village of Marblehead is located at the east end of the Township. The permanent population of Danbury is 4,264 with an additional 903 residing in the Village. Seasonal homes, condominiums, marina, campgrounds, cottages and recreational vehicle parks are home to a population of several thousand summer-only residents. Danbury was named for the original settlers who arrived from Danbury, Connecticut and became a township on March 6, 1840. The Village of Marblehead was incorporated in 1891.

MISSION STATEMENT
"The Mission of the Danbury Township Board of Trustees is to provide fair and representative government for all citizens, to foster pride in the community, to ensure fiscal solvency, to preserve and protect natural and historical sites, and to operate within the parameters of the laws of the State of Ohio while making certain that the Township remains an enjoyable place to live for
both permanent and seasonal residents."
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