The Turtlecreek Township Road Department is responsible for inspecting, replacing and installing roadway culverts, signs and guardrails; mowing and trimming township roadways and intersections during the winter by plowing snow and spreading salt; maintaining two cemeteries and our park on Greentree Road.
The Township Road Department maintains 61.518 miles of roadways. Services include: inspecting, replacing, and installing roadway culverts, signs, and guardrails; mowing and trimming along Township roadways; spreading salt and plowing snow and ice; and maintaining two cemeteries and a park under development. The Road Department may only perform tasks in the legal right-of-way.
The Road Department equipment includes five dump trucks, equipped with snow plows and salt-spreaders, a track hoe, three mowing tractors, one boom mower, a brush chipper, a backhoe, a Bobcat, and three service trucks.
The Department operates five days a week, Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 3:30 PM. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by calling the Warren County Communications Center at (513) 932-4080.
There are five full-time employees who are CDL-certified to drive and operate dump trucks, snow plows, and various pieces of other heavy equipment.
Meet the Road Department Crew!
Ron Chasteen, Supervisor Tim Castle, Technician
Steve Schnetzer, Technician Kent Hurtt, Technician
John Seckel, Mechanic
If you have a question concerning the Township roadways, signs, or other Road and Bridge Department services, please contact:
670 North State Route 123
Lebanon, Ohio 45036