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Stormwater Complaint Hotline

Copley Township
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Copley Township has established a Storm Water Complaint Hotline for the purpose of allowing their residents a quick and easy method to report any water discoloration, illicit discharges, or illegal dumping that could be polluting roadside ditches, creeks, and waterways. Copley residents should call 330-666-8866 if they believe there is a concern.
For more information contact the Copley Service Department at 330-666-0365 or go to the Township's website at
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For more information contact:
Mark Mitchell, Service Director at 330-666-0365

Tire & Used Oil Collection Day

For Immediate Release:  September 20, 2010

Copley Township will be holding its annual Tire & Used Oil Collection Day on Saturday, October 2, 2010, from 9 am to 3 pm at 3770 Copley Road (by the historic Depot) for Copley Residents Only.  In addition to collecting used tires and oil, the service has been expanded to include E-Waste such as old or broken electronic items (ink jets, digital cameras, iPods, MP3 players, cell phones, computers, computer monitors, TV's, and any small electronics with a cord).  No appliances of any kind accepted.  There is a $5 charge to drop off computer monitors and a $10 charge for any TV.  Cash or checks ONLY will be accepted and must be paid upon drop-off.  Checks to be made out to "Cell Phones for Cancer, LLC".  There is no charge to dispose of any of the other items.  This year residents may also dispose of used batteries.  Batteries such as car, motocycle, tractor batteries and any rechargeable or lithium batteries are accepted.  No household alkaline batteries such as AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt - those can be disposed of with your regular trash since they don't harm the environment.

Proof of residency required to drop off items such as driver's license, state ID or a utility bill.

For more information contact Copley Service Department at 330-666-0365 or go to the Township's website at

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For more information, contact:

Mark Mitchell, Service Director at 330-666-0365



Copley Depot Open House


DATE:  AUGUST 11, 2010


The Copley Township Historical Society will hold an Open House this Saturday, August 14, 2010 from 1 - 5 p.m. at 3772 Copley Road.  The public is invited to tour the historic 1891 train station, see a replica of a steam engine, coal car, and caboose that was hand made by Edward Shepherd from Cuyahoga Falls, and take a look back in time.  Light refreshments will be served in Depot Park under the shade trees.





For Immediate Release                                    August 2, 2010

The Board of Trustees of Copley Township will hold their regular meeting at Chambrel Assisted Living Facility, 100 Brookmont Road, Copley, Ohio on Wednesday, August 18 at 6:30 pm.  The meeting will be held in the Community Room.  The Board will conduct their regular business and take questions and/or comments from the residents of Chambrel and the general public.

This meeting is open to the public.  The facility is handicap accessible.

For more information or to make special arrangements for attending, please contact Peggy Spraggins, Copley Township Administrator at 330-666-1853.

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Copley Board of Trustees
1540 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road
Copley, Ohio 44321
Scott Dressler, President



Copley, Bath, Fairlawn and Norton awarded $720,000.

For Immediate Release                                                  May 27, 2010

The cities of Fairlawn and Norton and the Townships of Bath and Copley announce that they have been awarded a $720,000 grant from the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.  Each community will be matching the award with $20,000 for a total of $800,000.  This regional project will improve radio communications in the four communities and the west side of Summit County which will enhance the safety of our employees.

The project is a partnership between these four communities with the Summit County-Akron Radio System.  The grant funds will be used to make improvements to the exisiting radio tower located in the City of Fairlawn, expanding the coverage of the county-wide 800 Megahertz radio system.  These improvements will also enhance the inoperability of Summit to Medina County radio communications.  The project should begin in late summer and be completed in less than 12 months.

Scott Dressler, President of the Board, stated "that this is a great example of regionalization to solve a problem which enhances safety and radio interoperability for all communities".

Sharon Troike, Bath Township Fiscal Officer, stated "This will improve important mission critical communications for our community during emergency operations".

The communities are grateful to FEMA and all our local elected officials who worked on our behalf securing this award.  For more information, please contact Michael Benson, Fire Chief of Copley Township at 330-620-2048.



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