The Assessing Department that is responsible for determining the state equalized value for all real and personal property, processing land division applications and maintaining the computerized property records.
The Community Development Department that is responsible for all building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing permits and inspections and the processing of all special land use applications, zoning permits, long-term planning, and the township’s geographic information system.
The Finance Department that is responsible for local tax collection (i.e., the Schools, District Library, Council on Aging, Museum, and County), investments, and all financial transactions for the township.
The Fire/Rescue Department that is responsible for fire suppression, medical first response, technical rescues, and safety training.
The Administration and Human Resources Department is responsible for all personnel matters, benefit coordination, risk management and liability insurance matters.
Management refers to the superintendent that serves as the chief executive officer of the township through the Board’s delegation of duties specified under state statute and defined by contract.
The Public Services Department that is responsible for the water distribution system, sanitary sewer collection system, bike paths, parks, cemeteries, building and grounds and information systems management.