LaGrange Township Road Department operates and maintains 15.936 miles of township roads.
Township Roads are Webster Road, Wheeler Road, Biggs Road, Crook Street, Hidden Canyon, Rachael Drive, Whitney Road, Law Road, East Parkway, Chuckar Court, Meadow Lane and Kipton Nickle Plate to the township line.
The Ohio Department of Transportation maintains the State Routes of 301 and 303.
The Lorain County Engineer maintains Indian Hollow, Vermont Street, Diagonal and Whitehead Road.
All travelers on the township roads, please remember that when you see a missing road sign or find a dangerous situation on any township roadway, you are asked to contact the township road department or a township trustee as soon as possible. Should you leave a message after hours, please remember to include your name and contact information so we can confirm the location and the needed repair.
We also ask that residents do not place leaves, brush or other yard debris in the ditches. This will restrict drainage from township roads. Please try to keep personal property far enough off the road right of way to ensure the township’s ability to maintain ditches and ensure everyone’s safety.
You must contact the proper authority, Township, County or State, prior to installing any road or ditch tile to obtain the proper permits and specifications. The Road Department provides dumpsters periodically for residents to dispose of unwanted items. Please call the Road Department for a listing of dates for upcoming dates.
Brush pickup is also available by contacting the Road Department. Trees and brush, not more than 4 inches in diameter, will be shredded and disposed of.
Curbside recycling is available to those who contract with Republic Services. A cardboard recycling container is also on site at the village hall, 355 South Center Street. All cardboard dropped at this location must be flattened prior to depositing.
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