The township is 21.3 square miles with a population of 1,873. It is a combination of both agriculture and residential with proximity to the Ohio Turnpike and State Route Two to the north and State Route 20 /480 to the south making it an easy commute to the Greater Cleveland area.
Henrietta Township will have two levies up for renewal on the November 2nd General Election. There will be a 0.75 Mill Renewal ofthe Township Fire Levy which funds joint fire protection from Florence, South Amherst and Camden Departments.
There will also be of renewal of 1.00 MillRoad and Bridge Levy which help fund all our road maintenance and snow plowing efforts.
These levies will not be a cost increase to the taxpayers of Henrietta Township.
The township is governed by a three–member board of trustees who are elected in November of odd-numbered years to a four-year term beginning on the following January 1st.
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The Board of Trustees would like to remind all residents to please keep your property free of all junk vehicles, trash, accumulation of vegetation and other debris. The Township is going to enforce all Zoning and Ohio laws regarding these matters.
Henrietta Township will hold the Spring 2021 Dumspter
The Fall Dumpster will be October 14th and 15th from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and October 16th (Saturday) from 8:00 AM till Noon!
The Henrietta Township Complex is located at the corner of Vermilion and Garfield Roads. The complex consists of the town hall and road maintenance buildings.
The Henrietta Town Hall will be available for renting as of June 2nd 2021.
Please call Trustee Joe R. Knoble at
440-320-6804 to schedule your event.