Frequently asked questions...

How is Ross Township governed?
Ross is a non home-rule Township governed by an elected three-member Board of Trustees. The township can only enact resolutions which are not in conflict with general law.

From where does the Township derive its income?
Ross Township's major source of income is from property taxes. Townships are not permitted to impose income, earnings, or sales taxes. Ross Township also receives funds from the gasoline tax, license plate taxes, estates, etc.

When are the Board of Trustees Meeting?
The first and third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. All meetings are held at the Ross Township Fire Station #1 at 2565 Cincinnati Brookville Road.

How do I report a non-emergency incident?
Please call 9-1-1 for any type of fire or medical emergency, or for medical non-emergencies. For other types of calls, call (513) 863-2337.

Who can be called regarding problems with deer, raccoons, and other wild animal?
Contact Division of WildlifeXenia Ohio- District 5 Headquarters - (937) 372-5639 x5217

What can be done about a resident on my street that has high grass, weeds, garbage or junked automobiles in the yard?
The Township has a nuisance violation program that addresses these and other issues pertaining to the exterior of a structure. To report these problems you can contact any of the Trustees or call (513) 863-2337.