Effective January 19, 2021, all Township related meetings will be held virtually through Zoom until further notice. The public will not be permitted to attend in person while the emergency declaration by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is in effect.

Click here for the township events calendar, and click on your meeting of interest. Review the event description to obtain guidelines, instructions and links to the ZOOM meeting. You may join by computer, smartphone, tablet, or regular telephone.

Click here for our virtual meeting guidelines

Important COVID-19 announcements and resources

The Administration and Zoning Offices will be TEMPORARILY CLOSED. We will take in-person visits by appointment ONLY Tuesday's and Thursday's from 9:00am - 2:00pm. Please call 330-278-4181 to leave a message for follow-up. Posted at the entrance is the following:

NOTICE TO ALL VISITORS: Prior to entering the building while the COVID-19 crisis is upon us, the following protocol will be implemented: Access to the building will be restricted to the front foyer; face masks are required, social distance will be practiced; and if you are not feeling well, please come back when you are feeling better. It is our intent to protect you and others with these measures while conducting business. All essential meetings of duration will be held in the old fire station bays by appointment.

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.

Click here for the Hinckley Township Pandemic Response Plan

Medina County Health Department (MCHD): or 330-723-9688

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Recent news

Hinckley Township Trustees invite interested parties to submit a proposal for the Hinckley Township Old Fire Station East Wall Repair - Phase I. See attachments within this article for instructions - click on more news and read more.

Important Announcements

Virtual Zoning Commission Regular Mtg Thrus May 6 @ 7:00 pm / Virtual Trustee Special Mtg Fri May 7 @ 3:30 pm  for the purpose of amending the Legal Notice Publication date to May 11 to the Gazette / Virtual Board of Zoning Appeals Regular Mtg Wed May 12 @ 7:00 pm / Virtual Trustee Mtg Tues Ma

Community Connection

February 3, 2020 Kimble Recycling and Disposal Inc. became Hinckley Township's sole trash removal provider. For info about the Single Hauler Waste Program call the Township 330-278-4181 - Trustee Augustine (Solid Waste and Recycling liaison) or Kimble Companies 1-800-201-0005. Click title for more information.

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.