The Ohio Revised Code has a classification system which divides all roads in the state, and establishes the entity responsible for maintaining them. Generally speaking, roads are maintained by municipalities, townships, counties, or the state. Further, the road department is charged with maintain, construct, improve, reconstruct, or resurface roadways.
We are proud of our road department and take great pride in the township’s 47+ miles of roadways. With this being a primary duty of the township, we are diligent in our maintenance of the streets. If fact, this has become a calling card of the township, as we feel that our roadways and the road department’s maintenance is second to none in central Ohio. Please feel free to contact our road department with any questions or concerns you may have.
The following Harrison Township forms are available for you to print out, fill in and mail or deliver to the Harrison Township offices. When you click on the form you wish to use, you will pull up a PDF format form that you can print out.
Applications may be submited on line as an attachment of an e-mail to Ben Patterson at email@example.com. Applications may also be dropped off or mailed to the Harrison Township Road Department at 6750 Outville Road, Pataskala, Ohio, 43062.