For the latest information about the COVID-19 closures as well as other resrouces click the COVID-19 Resource button below.

 EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY: All team sports and group sports are prohibited at all Union Township parks. Team sports areas and group sports facilities are closed to the public. This closure includes all tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts, and soccer fields, and all other similar group sports areas. This closure is being implemented in compliance with an order from the Clermont County Health Commissioner.

Effective at the close of business on Monday, March 23, 2020, the Union Township Civic Center lobbies, including the Gym/Senior Services Lobby and the Township Administration / Zoning lobby and office areas are closed to the public through at least April 6, 2020. This closure may be subject to further extensions, with updates posted here as well as on the Township Website: www.union-township.oh.us. If you need non-emergency assistance or have questions for Township Administration, please dial (513) 752-1741.

Additionally, the Union Township Police and Fire Departments are closed to the public during this time. In the case of an emergency, please dial 9-1-1. If you need non-emergency assistance from the Police Department, please dial the non-emergency number (513) 752-1230. If you need non-emergency assistance from the Fire Department, please dial (513) 528-4446.

The Union Township Service Department administrative offices are closed to the public at this time. The Mt. Moriah Cemetery Office will remain open by appointment only. To schedule an appointment at the Cemetery offices, please dial (513) 752-1773. If you need to reach the Service Department for any other reason, please dial (513) 753-2221

Effective Immediately,

All Union Township playground equipment is closed until further notice. Parks remain open at this time.

Effective at the end of business on Monday, March 23, 2020, all zoning permits and zoning applications will be suspended. No applications will be accepted until further notice. Additionally, all zoning violation inspection and enforcement activity will be suspended until further notice.

Existing permits received prior to the closure of business on Monday March 23, 2020 will be processed in the order that they are received, and mailed to the applicant of record.

The suspension of zoning activities is anticipated to last until at least through the end of business on April 6, 2020 and may be extended further. If you have questions for the Zoning Department, please contact the Union Township Zoning Department at (513) 753-2300.

Spring Junk Days

Union Township Spring Junk Days:

The Union Township Spring 2020 Junk Days event has been postponed until further notice and may be rescheduled to a later date, yet to be determined. Please monitor our website www.union-township.oh.us and social media for important updates regarding the 2020 Spring Junk Days event.

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COVID-19 Preparedness & Response

Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health confirmed the fifth case of COVID-19 in Ohio this afternoon.   Governor DeWine has restricted public gatherings of more than 100 people and closed all K-12 schools from March 17 – April 3.  At this time, there are no confirmed cases in Clermont County, however, we need to prepare plans to protect our employees, their families, and our communities as well as continue essential services to the public.   

We have been coordinating with all of the local public safety agencies since the initial stages of this outbreak.  We will continue to provide support and coordination as we continue respond, recover and mitigate this public health emergency.  We are asking that all agencies, departments, and elected officials review/update their continuity of operation plans. The Ohio Department of Health has released specific guidance for Employers and Businesses in response to COVID-19.  

Additional resources are available at:

Clermont County Public Health,

Ohio Department of Health   The ODH has set up a hotline for COVID-19 questions, 1-833-4ASKODH (1-833-427-5634).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)    

World Health Organization (WHO)

We will share additional guidance and information as it comes availableIf you have questions or need assistance, please contact our office at 513.732.7661 or e-mail: clermontema@clermontcountyohio.gov.

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THE UPCOMING WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE CLASSES HOSTED BY THE UNION TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

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“We live close to the Veterans’ Park on Glen Este-Withamsville Road. Quite often, I see people using the walking trails and teams playing soccer. I enjoy walking there myself! I also see many children using the playground. The park is always well-maintained.
“It’s not uncommon for organizations to have functions at the park, also. It is a great area for the community to connect.”

– Kim Shepler, 29 year resident

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Carved from the rolling hills of west-central Clermont County in 1811, and located at the convergence of the Ohio State Route 32 Corridor and Interstate 275, Union Township retains is place as the center for population and commerce growth in Clermont County and the eastern half of the Greater Cincinnati Metropolitan area.  As of 2010, U.S. Census figures report the population of this 9th largest township in the state as 46,416, an increase of more than 9% over 2000 census population statistics. With a mean (average) household income of $76,382, an aggregate taxable valuation of $1,016,292,540, and the largest school district in the county, Union Township continues to be one of the most livable communities in the Midwest.  In addition to a continued pattern of strong, consistent and diverse residential growth and development, Union Township has emerged as a major employment center on the eastern edge of Cincinnati with the continued development and success of the Ivy Pointe Commerce Park, and the Eastgate Pavilion, Eastgate Crossing and Eastgate South shopping areas.  Additionally, Union Township continues to serve as the economic engine for Clermont County, demonstrated by the continuing patterns of redevelopment and investment within the State Route 32 and State Route 125  retail corridors.

 Boasting easy access to Downtown Cincinnati and  the Greater Cincinnati/Northern KY International Airport through convenient, robust Interstate highway and regional transportation networks,  Union Township continues to be among the leaders in the region with regard to job creation and new investment because of the welcoming, business-friendly environment fostered by the Board of Trustees.  Fully accredited in Police, Fire, Emergency Communications, and Public Works, and home to a first-class park system and nationally recognized Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Union Township excels at providing outstanding service to the nearly 50,000 residents and thousands of employees and businesses that reside here today.  Booming residential and commercial development require an infrastructure that is second to none. Through sound and conservative fiscal practice, the Union Township Board of Trustees and Fiscal Officer manage a general fund that shows steady growth each year.

Prospering in economic growth, residential development, and overall livability, Union Township continues to lead development on the east side of greater Cincinnati and in Clermont County, Ohio.

 

 

 

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Township Administration

4350 Aicholtz Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
513-752-1741
Fax: 513-752-5732
Planning & Zoning
513-753-2300
Fax: 513-753-2697

 

Police Department

4312 Gleneste Withamsville Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 Phone: (non-emergency)
513-752-1230
Fax 513-753-2687

Fire Department

860 Clough Pike
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (non-emergency) 513-528-4446
Fax: 513-528-4953

Service Department

4312 Gleneste Withamsville Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Mon. – Fri. 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
 Phone: 513-753-2221
Fax 513-753-2690

Post Office

4350 Aicholtz Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays. 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and Officially Recognized Holidays
 Phone: 513-947-7330