Is It A Township Road Or A County Road?
What Difference Does it Make?
Springfield Township has over 400 streets. Of those 400 streets, approximately 92 miles of the roads are owned and maintained by Springfield Township. An additional 40 miles is considered to be "county roads", which run through Springfield Township but are actually are owned and serviced by Hamilton County. (see below for a list of County Roads.)
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP ROADS
The Service Department of Springfield Township maintains most residential streets. Township neighborhood services and road improvement projects are provided through a combination of property tax dollars, gas taxes and license taxes.
For service on a Township road, call 522-1410.
Springfield Township Provides the Following Services for Township Roads:
- Snow and ice removal (through salting and plowing)
- Repairs (curb and potholes)
- Resurfacing and periodic maintenance
- Dead animal removal (from the roadway)
- Catch basin and storm sewer repairs
- Street signs (street names and regulatory signs)
- Catch basin cleaning
- Street sweeping
HAMILTON COUNTY ROADS
Hamilton County is responsible for basic road services to the designated county roads. Road construction, county storm sewer systems, snow removal, salt and repairs on county roads are paid for through state income taxes, gas taxes and license taxes.
For service on a Hamilton County Road, call 946-8900.
Roads Within Springfield Township That Hamilton County Is Responsible for Maintaining:Adams Leacrest
Banning East McKelvey
Bonham West Meredith
Carlsbury North Bend
Cross County-SR126 Ridgeway
Hamilton (ODOT) Simpson
John Gray Springdale
Kemper (West) Summit
Private Drive maintenance is the responsibility of the homeowners or their homeowner association.
The following streets are designated as private drives.
Parts of Finney Trail and Denier (west of guardrail)
Winton Hills Lane
Country Mills Lane
Paul Farms Drive