Township news

News stories from prior to April 2014 have been moved to the news archive.

Road Superintendent position - Job Opportunity

The Trustees are accepting applications for the position of Road Superintendent.  Please refer to attachments within this article for more details.

Trustee Public Hearing - Proposed TEXT Changes

The Township Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing May 1, 2018 @ 6:00pm to hear public comment on proposed Zoning Amendments - refer to attachments within this article.

Refrigerant-Containing Appliance Collection Event

Medina County Solid Waste District hosting Collection Event - Spring 2018  Click here for more details.

2018 Trustee Work Session Minutes

Minutes from the work sessions held by the Hinckley Township Board of Trustees may be found within this article.  Trustee Work Session Minutes are also available at the Township Administration office.

2018 Spring Clean Up Programs & Vouchers

The Medina County Solid Waste District Spring Clean Up Program extends opportunity to dispose of bulk trash at reduced gate rates.  Click here for more information.

"ON CALL" Snow Plow Driver Wanted

Township seeking an "ON CALL" Snow Plow Driver.  A CDL-A or CDL-B license is required.  Experience preferred, but will train.  Contact Darren Newcomer, Road Superintendent @ 330-225-2276 with interests.

Update to Old Fire Station Renovation

At the Community Meeting held on September 25, 2017, Architect Kevin Robinette provided a preliminary conceptual plan design for the renovation of the Town Hall and Trustees answered questions from the community.  Click on the attachments within this article for more information.

Old Fire Station Renovation - News Letter from Architect

To view News Letter from Kevin C Robinette Architects, LLC click on attachment within this article.


Community Garden for Hinckley Twp Residents

Garden plots available as first come first serve and limited to two plots per resident.  For more information contact the Administration Office at 330.278.4181.

Recycling Opportunities 2017

Many residents are unaware that Medina County stopped pulling recyclables from their trash in 2015. See attachment within this article for a list of recycle opportunities.


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