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Liberty Township Trustees
Trustees: Craig Getz - Chairman (12-31-19), Randy Kemmerer - Vice Chairman (12-31-17), and Betsy Alt (12-31-17). Fiscal Officer: Dan Alt (3-31-2020).

Meetings normally held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month at 7:00 PM at 2095 Reynoldsburg Baltimore Rd. NW, Baltimore.

2017 Meeting Exceptions: January 16th meeting moved to January 18th; February 20th meeting moved to February 22nd; and September 4th meeting moved to September 6th.

Visit Liberty Township Trustee Calendar & Events page for the most up-to-date meeting information, or call (740) 862-6691.

Click here to view minutes from past meetings.

Liberty Township Zoning Commission
Members: Scott Wray (12-31-17), Cathy Smith (12-31-18), Don Keller (12-31-19), Rick May (12-31-20), Adam Leith (12-31-21), and Clint Morris (Alternate). Clerk/Secretary: Lori Anthony.

Meetings held AS NEEDED on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM at 2095 Reynoldsburg Baltimore Rd. NW, Baltimore.

Visit the Liberty Township Zoning Commission web page or call (740) 862-6691 for more info.

Liberty Township Board of Zoning Appeals
Members: Jack Schafer (12-31-17), Todd Marsh (12-31-18), Todd Liston (12-31-19), Bill McNeer (12-31-20), Karl Kumler (12-31-21), and David Stone (Alternate - 12-31-17). Clerk/Secretary: Lori Anthony

Meetings held on an AS-NEEDED BASIS at 2095 Reynoldsburg Baltimore Rd. NW, Baltimore.

Visit www.fairfieldcountyohio-libertytownship.org or call (740) 862-6691 for more info.

Fairfield County Commissioners
Commissioners: Steve Davis (1-3-21), Mike Kiger (1-1-19), and Dave Legacy (1-2-21).

Meetings normally held on Tuesday of each week (and on Thursdays as needed). A review session begins at 9:00 AM and the regular meeting begins at 10:00 AM. All members of the public are welcome to appear and make comments about any issues of concern.

Meetings are held in the Commissioners' Hearing Room in the County Courthouse, 210 E. Main St., Lancaster.

The Commissioners' weekly schedule is posted at:
http://www.co.fairfield.oh.us/COMMISH/Commission-Calendar.html

Visit www.co.fairfield.oh.us/COMMISH/ or call (740) 687-7190 for more info.

Regional Planning Commission
Meetings normally held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM in the Commissioners' third-floor conference room of the Courthourse at 210 E. Main St in Lancaster.

Visit www.co.fairfield.oh.us/rpc/ or call (740) 687-7110 for more info.

 

Liberty Township Offices & Departments

Township Office
2095 Reynoldsburg Baltimore Rd. NW
Baltimore, OH 43105

Road Maintenance Office
2060 Reynoldsburg Baltimore Rd. NW
Baltimore, OH 43105

Jim Anthony, Zoning Inspector Mailing Address
10959 Heimberger Rd.
Baltimore, OH 43105

Phone Numbers (All Offices & Departments):
Phone: (740) 862-6691
Cell: (740) 808-0006
Fax: (740) 862-4779

Email: libertytownship@frontier.com

Website: www.fairfieldcountyohio-libertytownship.org

Trustees:
Craig Getz (740) 862-6085
Randy Kemmerer (740) 808-0388
Betsy Alt (740) 862-6086

Fiscal Officer:
Dan Alt (740) 862-6086

Road Department:
Dave C. Keller (740) 862-6691
Jim Snider (740) 862-6691

Zoning Department:
Jim Anthony, Zoning Inspector (740) 862-8832 or (740) 503-5826
Lori Anthony, Zoning Secretary/Clerk (740) 862-6691

For Zoning Department forms and documents, visit:
www.fairfieldcountyohio-libertytownship.org/Zoning%20Department.html

Read about Liberty Township on Wikipedia.

View Liberty Township Demographics on City-Data.com.

Liberty Township is comprised of five school districts:

Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District
Website: www.libertyunion.org
Serves most of Liberty Township, the Village of Baltimore, and the surrounding area of Walnut Township. All three schools (elementary, middle and high schools) are located within the Village of Baltimore corporation limits.

Bloom-Carroll Local School District
Website: www.bloom-carroll.k12.oh.us
Serves the southwestern portion of Liberty Township. The schools are located in the Village of Carroll on the edge of Greensfield Township.

Pickerington Local School District
Website: www.pickerington.k12.oh.us
Serves the western portion of Liberty Township.

Southwest Licking Local School District
Website: www.swl.k12.oh.us
Serves the northern portion of Liberty Township.

Walnut Township Local School District
Website: www.walnuttsd.org
Serves northeastern Fairfield County, including the northeast corner of Liberty Township. The schools are located in Millersport, a small village on the southwestern corner of Buckeye Lake.

Liberty Township
www.fairfieldcountyohio-libertytownship.org

Village of Baltimore, Ohio
www.baltimoreohio.org

Fairfield County, Ohio
www.co.fairfield.oh.us

Fairfield County Commissioners
www.co.fairfield.oh.us/COMMISH

Fairfield County Board of Elections
www.fairfieldelections.com

Fairfield County Sheriff's Department
www.sheriff.fairfield.oh.us

Baltimore Village Police Department
baltimoreohio.org/emergency-services/police-department/

Basil Joint Fire District
basilfire.com

Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce
www.baltimoreareachamber.com

Baltimore Downtown Restoration Committee
baltimoredowntownrestoration.com

Ohio Revised Code
http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/

Recommended Papers for News in Liberty Township
& Surrounding Townships:

Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
ThisWeekNews.com
Buckeye Lake Beacon
Fairfield Towne Crier
Pataskala Standard
Newark Advocate


About O.R.R.D.

O.R.R.D. (Ohioans for Responsible Rural Development) is composed of Ohio citizens, primarily residents of Liberty Township (Fairfield County), who are concerned about the effects of development in rural areas. The non-profit group was organized to research the implications of development projects and give private citizens a voice in the governmental decision-making process.

The formation of O.R.R.D. began with the 2002 issue of a power plant to be built in a residential/agricultural area of Liberty Township (Fairfield County). O.R.R.D. provided accurate information regarding the progress and downfall of this power plant through its former website nopowerplant.com (now owned by a group in California).

Growth is inevitable. All we ask is that this growth be the concern of all residents in our townships, not just the concern of our trustees.


Contact Us

O.R.R.D. is operated by several local volunteers. We do not have a physical office location at this time and do not have an office telephone number. If you would like to speak with an O.R.R.D. volunteer, please use the contact form below. Someone will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

Mailing Address:
Ohioans for Responsible Rural Development
PO Box 263
Baltimore, OH 43105

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