The Mifflin Township Service Department is responsible for the basic upkeep and maintenance of public roadway, bridges, storm water systems and road signage, code enforcement, and care and maintenance of two Mifflin Township’s two cemeteries, fire stations and other township property.
The Mifflin Township Division of Service team may be seen salting roads in the winter, removing debris from roadways after a storm, tagging houses for code violations, overseeing community clean-up days, overseeing burials in one of the two Mifflin cemeteries or fixing a gutter at one of the township’s four fire stations.
Mifflin Township contains 3.9 square miles of land, 13 miles of paved roads and 2 miles of gravel alleys, served by four full-time employees.
Funded by the Township Road and Bridge Fund, the State Motor Vehicle License tax and the State Gasoline tax, the Division of Service works in partnership on road issues with municipal, county and state programs to improve the infrastructure and ensure the critical service of our in the unincorporated community. The proper care and maintenance of our roads and facilities ensures that the township can provide the critical services that our residents depend upon in the township.
218 Agler Rd., Gahanna, OH 43230
M-F, 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Service Director, Roger Boggs