September is National Preparedness Month: Plan & Prepare Before an Emergency

September is National Preparedness Month and Mifflin Township and Franklin County Emergency Management & Homeland Security encourages residents to plan and prepare for all hazards before they happen. The month serves as a reminder that emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere without advance notice. This year’s theme is “Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you […]

Mifflin Township Fire to Participate in the Franklin County Terrorist Attack Exercise To Be Held Saturday

Mifflin Township Division of Fire will participate in the Franklin County Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attack (CCTA) Full-Scale Exercise will be held this Saturday, August 28, 2021 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. The large-scale public safety response exercise will simulate several coordinated terrorist attacks with moulage “victims” at multiple locations across Franklin County. IMPORTANT NOTE: […]

Storm-Damaged Properties Could be Eligible for Tax Relief

COLUMBUS, Ohio – In response to this week’s high rain and flooding across central Ohio, the Franklin County Auditor’s office reminds home and business owners that they may be eligible to receive a reduction on their annual real estate tax bill if their property is damaged or destroyed. State law gives county auditors the authority […]

Mifflin Township Fire Marshal Welsh Retires

If you’ve ever been to a large event in Gahanna, lived in a new apartment, gone to school at Gahanna schools, eaten out at a local restaurant or been any number of other public spaces, there’s a good chance Mifflin Township’s Fire Marshal Stephen Welsh inspected the building you frequented or the event you attended, […]

Cardiac Arrest Survivor On Hand to Recognize Firefighters Who Saved Her Life

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Survivor Shani Tate said she was a “hugger,” and she was true to her word when she was on hand to recognize Mifflin Township firefighters last week as they were presented with a challenge coin in recognition of their actions that saved her life. In January, Tate was at work at Gahanna […]

Mifflin Township Police Department Welcomes Officer Brueninger

Mifflin Township Administrator Nancy White swore in Darik Brueninger as the newest officer to join the township on Wednesday evening at 400 W Johnstown Rd. in Gahanna. A long-time resident of Central Ohio, he will serve as a full-time police officer in the unincorporated area of Mifflin Township. Breuninger started his career in retail, gaining […]