The Maintenance Department is responsible for maintaining street signage in the Township. Examples of such include, stop signs, speed limit postings, directional signs, and street identifying signs.
Pavement markings are also maintained by the Maintenance Department. These markings include street striping and directional markings. Street striping clarifies the width of lanes and passing or no passing zones. Directional markings identify school zones, crosswalks, stop bars at traffic signals or stop signs, and arrows identifying turn lanes.
County roads maintained by the Hamilton County Engineers Department include: Kenwood Road, Galbraith Road, Blue Ash Road, Grooms Road, Kemper Road, Fields Ertel Road, Sycamore Road, Euclid Road, Ken Arbre Road, Plainfield Road, Snider Road, School Road, Conrey Road, Cornell Road, Miami Avenue, Keller Road, portions of Kugler Mill Road, and the west side of Hosbrook Road.
State roads maintained by the Ohio Department of Transportation include:
Montgomery Road, I-71, Reading Road and Ronald Reagan Highway/State Route 126
To view Resolution 2015-112 prohibiting dumping on Township roadways or sidewalks – CLICK HERE