Serving Its Residents
Troy Township is a body corporate and politic established to exercise the rights and privileges conveyed to it by the constitution and laws of the State of Ohio. The Township is directed by a publicly-elected three member Board of Trustees. The Township provides general governmental services, including cemetery maintenance, fire protection, and emergency medical services. The Township contracts with he Wood County Sheriff's department to provide security of persons and property.
Troy Township has a population of 4,355 with 1,710 housing units, according to the 2000 US census. The Township is approximately 43 square miles of rural area, and encompasses Luckey, Stony Ridge, and Lemoyne. Troy Township is home to the Eastwood School System, Otterbein Portage Valley nursing facility, Luckey Farmers, and the Troy Energy power plant.
Check out our online surplus auction.
Click here to go to the auction site. You will be asked to set up an account if you do not have one already. Once you log in click on the link for Troy Township.
Meet the new Medic 715
The new Medic 715 is a 2014 Horton/International. It is an extended cab model which gives the crew a place to store their turnout gear other than in the patient compartment or in a cabinet with patient care equipment. It has improved LED lighting and a slightly redesigned interior from our previous model. By financing it over five years, we will be able to pay for it with money we collect from billing patients insurance so it will be paid for by the people who use it, not with tax money collected from the residents of Troy Township.
For more images see the Apparatus section under EMS
Wood County has funding available for housing rehabilitation and home repair. Project cost and funding amounts are determined by housing needs assessed by the Rehabilitation Specialist at time of inspection. Funding is limited.
If you would like to know more about this program, please contact:
Wood County Planning Commission 419-354-9128
or Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc. (CHIP Programs) 877-836-3206