Hinckley Township Movie Night

Hinckley Township Movie Night

Saturday, August 17, 2024 starting at approximately 8:45-9:00 p.m. Free Movie Night Brongers' Park Starts at dusk Come and celebrate the end of Summer with Hinckley Township as we host the viewing of Sing! We will be hosting our second movie night of the year courtesy of Hinckley Police Association and First Day School Supplies. Popcorn and water are complimentary. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and relax on the hill at Brongers' Park.
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Hinckley Community Shred Day

Hinckley Community Shred Day

August 31, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Hinckley Community Shred Day August 31, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon) Location: Hinckley Preparatory Academy, 1586 Center Rd., Hinckley Together with the Hinckley Preparatory Academy, Hinckley Township will hold a Hinckley Community Shred Day on Saturday, August 31st from 9 am to 12 pm (noon). The company donating their time and service is Black Ops Destruction. Black Ops Destruction will shred any paper/paper clips/staples/rubber bands. NO 3 ring binders. There is a limit of 3 banker boxes per car. This is a free service we are offering to…
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Aging In Place Program for Medina County Residents

Aging In Place Program for Medina County Residents

Habitat for Humanity of Medina County has partnered with the Medina County Office of Older Adults (mcooa.org) to help homeowners over sixty years of age with assistance in some home repairs. If you feel that you would benefit from this, please call (330)723.9514 to learn more about the process and the capabilities of this program. They are also looking for volunteers that have skills installing grab bars, fixing toilets, leaky sinks, and additional handy people if anyone is interested in volunteering to help. https://medinacountyhabitat.org/what-we-do/older-adults-medina-county-homeowners/
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I-71/I-271 Feasibility Study

I-71/I-271 Feasibility Study

--------------------------------------- The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has secured funding to prepare a feasibility study on the movement of traffic from I-271 southbound to I-71 northbound; and I-71 southbound to I-271 northbound. ODOT sought funding based on inquiries from the public about the absence of connecting ramps at the I-71/I-271 interchange. Currently, the most direct routes to make these connections are via SR 3 (Ledge Road) and SR 94 (Ridge Road), so funding was also obtained to study the congestion along SR 3 and SR 94.  For more information, please visit: ODOT/Projects/I-71/I-271 Feasibility Study ---------------------------------------
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Medina County Emergency Alerts

Medina County Emergency Alerts

EMA provides Medina County Emergency Alerts as an alerting mechanism for county residents. This service is provided free of charge. All communities within Medina County are able to use the system for alerting their residents. When registering for Medina County Alerts, residents can also subscribe to an optional NWS weather warning service, provided directly by NWS, to keep residents aware of weather activity as soon as a warning is issued. Medina County Emergency Alerts can also be used by EMA and dispatch centers to send out urgent emergency notifications to the public during an emergency situation. For Text Alerts only,…
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Natural Gas Aggregation Program

Natural Gas Aggregation Program

--------------------------------------- Hinckley Township is covered by the Medina County Natural Gas Aggregation Program.  The County recently renewed their contract with Constellation Energy to manage their natural gas aggregation program.  Constellation has distributed letters to residents with the renewed contract information, including rates.  All residents are automatically enrolled in the program unless they specifically opted out.  To opt out or enroll, or if you have any questions regarding the program, residents can call Constellation Energy at 833-541-0487. ---------------------------------------
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Hinckley Township Community Garden

Hinckley Township Community Garden

Hinckley Township accepts applications for the Hinckley Township Community Garden in the early spring for the year’s planting season. The application process is an annual process and is on a first-come first-serve basis. You must be a township resident to apply. The Community Garden has 14 raised garden plots (of which 6 are currently available), and is located between the Fire Station and Service Garage off of Ridge Road. Please download the Fillable Community Garden Application and contact the Township Administrator at 330.278.4181 for more information.
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