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Community Website

for Harpersfield Township, Ohio


Located in Northeast Ohio, Ashtabula County

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Harpersfield Township Trustees



Harpersfield Township

“Township Public Notices”


Trustee Meetings


March 8, 2021 @ 7pm

March 22, 2021 @ 7pm


Zoning Commision Meetings



Meetings @ Harpersfield Township Administration Building

ALL MEETINGS Subject to COVID-19 Rules & Restrictions


Ashtabula County Health Department

Covid-19 Vaccine Press Release

Damaged Mailbox?

Township Mailbox Policy

MAILBOXES DAMAGED BY DIRECT CONTACT WITH A SNOW PLOW VEHICLE OR ITS PLOW BLADE WHILE PERFORMING TOWNSHIP SNOW PLOW OPERATIONS WILL BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED WITH A MAILBOX APPROVED BY THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE. DAMAGED BY THROWN OR PUSHED SNOW DOES NOT WARRANT REPLACEMENT.   IN THE EVENT THAT THE MAILBOX IS OF A SPECIALTY TYPE, THE TOWNSHIP LIABILTY PER OCCURRENCE IS LIMITED TO A MAILBOX  UNIT AS DESCRIBED ABOVE AND NOT TO EXCEED $50.00. AN INSPECTION OF THE DAMAGED MAILBOX  BY THE TOWNSHIP ROAD DEPARTMENT WILL TAKE PLACE BEFORE THE DAMAGED MAILBOX  WILL BE REPLACED.

Call Township Garage at 440-466-7170

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Harpersfield Township is a member of NOPEC’s natural gas and electric aggregation programs.  NOPEC is a non-profit group of over 235 communities that negotiates lower utility rates.  As Ohio’s largest governmental energy aggregator, NOPEC buys gas and electricity in bulk to help lower your utility bills.  Customers can choose from a variety of rate plans including 12- and 24-month fixed term, monthly variable and even 100% renewable products. For more information, go to nopec.org or contact NOPEC’s Customer Care Center at 855-667-3201

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2-1-1 Ashtabula County Announces COVID-19 Information Hotline



2-1-1 Ashtabula County is now offering a COVID-19 Information Hotline Monday through Friday from 8 AM - 4:30 PM.  this hotline is in partnership with and receives guidance from the Ashtabula County Health Department.  People looking for basic information and resources regarding COVID-19 are invited to call 2-1-1 and will be connected with a COVID-19 Information Liaison.


While the COVID-19 Information Hotline will only operate Monday through Friday from 8 AM - 4:30 PM, we wish to remind everyone that general community resources are still available by calling 2-1-1 anytime, all day, every day.


People are also invited to visit the 2-1-1 website to view our online resource portal and helpful website links or "like" us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ashtabulainfo for up-to-date resource changes.

2020_COVID19_Vaccinatio Workgrou Handout.pdf

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