COVID-19

Important COVID-19 announcements and resources

Due to the National Emergency, the Township Administration & Zoning Offices will be CLOSED. We will take in person visits by appointment ONLY Tuesday's & Thursday's from 9:00am-2:00pm. Please call 330-278-4181 to leave message for follow up.

The Township Trustees, Fire, and Safety Forces, along with County agencies continue to monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic as it evolves throughout the nation. Below are some helpful resources in keeping up to date with current information about this pandemic. 

Medina County Health Department (MCHD): https://medinahealth.org or 330-723-9688

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov

Medina County Commissioners: https://www.medinaco.org/county-commissioners/. See Commissioner's Special Edition Newsletter - COVID-19 that includes local information and outreach support.

Governor of Ohio - Mike Dewine: https://governor.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/governor/ or http://coronavirus.ohio.gov Hotline: 1-833-427-5634

Medina County Office for Older Adults (MCOOA): http://www.mcooa.org or 330-723-9514

Hinckley Outreach: [email protected]If anyone is concerned about COVID-19 risks, is elderly or has a compromised immune system and cannot obtain necessities, please contact Hinckley Outreach for information and possible assistance. Hinckley Outreach is a small, local organization that provides short-term assistance to Hinckley residents.

In the event of an emergency, call 911.

The Ohio Attorney General has warned Ohio residents to protect themselves from SCAMS such as e-mails from the CDC, online advertisements for cures for COVID-19, groups that ask for donations of any kind, persons going door-to-door offering tests for the virus, and e-mails asking for personal information. If you have any questions, please contact the Hinckley Police Department.

FDA has loosened restrictions on blood donors and provides guidance to address URGENT need for blood during the COVID-10 pandemic. Click on this FDA link for more details!

Recent news

Hinckley Residents are invited to attend the Fair Housing Discriminations & Chip webinar offered by the Medina County Department of Planning and Fair Housing - Wednesday, April 15, 2020 from 10:30am - 11:00.

Important Announcements

Trustee Regular Mtg Tues. April 7 @ 6:30pm (OLD Fire Station).   Due to the National Emergency, the Township Administration & Zoning Offices will be CLOSED. We will take in person visits by appointment ONLY Tuesday's & Thursday's from 9:00am-2:00pm.

Community Connection

KIMBLE SERVICES: Cart delivery begins Jan 20 - Contract begins Feb 3 - FRIDAY trash pick up day (February 7th) Additional information about the Single Hauler Waste Program with Kimble Companies is within this article. Please direct Service Questions to Kimble Companies @ 1-800-201-0005 or Trustee... Read more

Welcome to Hinckley Township

Monument of a Map of Ohio showing Hinckley's locationWelcome to the official web site of Hinckley Township.

A beautiful country township which maintains an atmosphere of small town life while offering an array of community groups, sprawling parks, and township leadership dedicated to keeping it all running smoothly, describes Hinckley Township.

In Hinckley Township you will find a mixture of older rural home sites, newer single-family homes and small planned developments. The township is governed by an elected three-member Board of Trustees who are proud of the township’s debt free status and ability to provide high quality services to residents.

The township has ten full-time police officers and the fire and rescue department is staffed by 40 paid volunteers. Safety forces receive constant training in current practices and are active in providing community services. Students living in Hinckley are served both by the Highland Local School District and Brunswick City School District.

Buzzard Day, held each March in Hinckley Township, draws thousands of people to the township and has its roots deeply planted in Hinckley history.

With the combination of beautiful rolling hills, acres of parklands, rural home sites, and supportive community groups, those who come to live in Hinckley Township live by its motto: Small Town, Big Hearts.