No. If signs are found in the right-of-way, the Township will remove and dispose of them. This is in accordance with the Liberty Township Zoning Resolution 9.2.3 Prohibited Signs which reads as follows:
(7) No signs shall be displayed at locations other than on the premises offered for sale or rent, business, or any other use that the sign is advertising or displaying, whether permanent or temporary, except for Article 9.4.7 (Billboards and Off-Premise Signs). See also Ohio Revised Code references for temporary signage: 5516.02 and 5516.06.
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Each year, Liberty Township works in collaboration with the Butler County Engineer’s Office (BCEO) to pave streets and areas in most need. View the Annual Paving page for a list of targeted areas submitted to the BCEO for paving / retracing this year.
The Butler County Engineer’s Office (BCEO) oversees most of the significant road projects in Liberty Township. Their website is a great resource for road projects in Butler County. Read more about BCEO projects. Also reference the Township's road construction page for updates.
No. As a reminder, there is no leaf collection program in Liberty Township. Leaves raked onto the curb and not cleaned up can result in environmental problems such as clogged storm drains and drainage ditches. Please be responsible for the leaves that fall onto your property by mowing them or disposing of them in yard waste bags. Thank you for your assistance!