Jim Niehaus, President, has served the residents of Crosby Township since 2005. He has lived in the township for over 45 years and takes pride in our beautiful community. Jim oversees the Maintenance Department.
Chuck Heis, Vice President, is currently serving his first term as a Trustee since 2016. He previously served as the Crosby Township Fiscal Officer for 8 years. As Trustee, he is overseeing the Fire Department and serving as Vice President of Westjad Advisory Board.
Chris Dole is currently serving serving in his third term, having been first elected in 2005. Chris continues to communicate with residents with the hope of maintaining our quality of life and promoting a sense of pride in our community. Chris oversees the Zoning Department and the Community Coordiantor.
Trustee Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00PM at the
Crosby Township Senior/Community Center located at 8910 Willey Road, 45030.
Call 738-1440 for more information.
Streaming videos of recent meetings can be viewed by going to the Intercommunity Cable Regulatory Commision (ICRC) website (www.icrctv.net) and clicking the links to Our Community and then Crosby Township.
Couples dancing classes to learn basic dances for big band, rock and roll, country and contemporary are resuming.
Call 738-1440 for more details.
The Crosby Seniors Club is a great group of folks who enjoy gathering for many activities on a regular basis. Anyone 50 years of age and above is invited to join! Their annual dues are $10 and you receive monthly newsletters to keep you informed of the “Senior Happenings”! Call the office at 513-738-1440 for more information. Please follow the link to read more about their current activities. CLICK HERE
Crosby Township is finding ways to continue helping residents
through organizations who have programs to serve our community all year
long. There is a township mini-grant application process that
provides funding from the Reindeer Romp donations beyond the Christmas
THIS LINK to
read more and apply.
Crosby Township is finding ways to continue helping residents through organizations who have programs to serve our community all year long. There is a township mini-grant application process that provides funding from the Reindeer Romp donations beyond the Christmas Season. Follow THIS LINK to read more and apply.
The Whitewater Shaker Village is the only one of four Ohio Shaker Villages retaining most of its original buildings in their original settings. The village is located in Crosby Township. Click HERE to go to the website.
Crosby Clean Up Days are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, May 5 & 6 from 8:00am to 4:00pm. This is a special service for Crosby residents to clean up around your property and neighborhoods. The dumpsters are located behind the Fire Department building at 9139 Baughman Road. There will also be a tire dumpster. You may also donate "gently used" household items to St. Vincent de Paul at the same location.
The date has been set for “Crosby Day at Stricker’s Grove” amusement park for Sunday, May 20, 2018. More details will follow for this fun-filled day!
Congratulations to former Fire Chief Bruce Downard who is retiring from that position after many years of serving Crosby Township faithfully and expertly. He will continue to work in different capacities with the Fire Department but enjoy retirement life from the position of Fire Chief. A hearty welcome is extended to the new Fire Chief, Jason Davis. Jason is not new to the Crosby Fire Department as he has worked his way up from the position of fireman to Chief in the last 13 years.
Fire Chief Jason Davis is accepting applications for employment at the Crosby Fire Department. The applications are available at the Crosby Fire Department at 9139 Baughman Road in New Haven. You may also 513-738-1831 for more information.
The Historical Society's Board of Trustees recently decided to restore the township's Old Town Hall. Read about the progress and view some pictures of the work being done by clicking HERE.