About Township GovernmentSpringfield Township operates under the township form of government, the oldest form of government in the United States and the one closest to the people. The elected officials of a township are three trustees who are the governing body and a fiscal officer who is responsible for the financial and record keeping duties. Springfield Township is managed by a professional township administrator appointed by the Board of Trustees, who oversees all departments and the day-to-day business of the township.
Board of Trustee Meetings
- 5:30 p.m.
- Second Tuesday of each month
- Allen Paul Community Room
Township Civic Center
9150 Winton Road
View trustees meetings online. (Click link)
Each regular public meeting does allow for citizen participation whereby a citizen may address the board with a question, concern, or an announcement. If you wish to speak to the board regarding a service issue, please call 513-522-1410 to have your concern addressed in a quick and efficient manner.
Current Springfield Township Board of Trustees
- Joseph Honerlaw, President
- Mark Berning, Trustee
- Gwen McFarlin, Vice President
- Dan Berning, Fiscal Officer