NEW 2016 DUMPSTER DAY PROCEDURE
Due to increased costs and a desire to reduce spending, the Board of Trustees of Springfield Township have adopted a new procedure for Springfield Township’s Dumpster Day Program. The new procedure still allows the great benefit to our residents of periodic disposal of household goods at no cost. However, it should reduce the misuse of the program of those using it for raw waste or commercial use. Please note, the new procedure will be strictly enforced.
The new Dumpster Day procedure is as follows:
Upon entering for the first time, a Department of Public Service employee will confirm and record the name and address of the resident before providing them with a wallet-sized Dumpster Day Card. Every resident will then be required to fill out the Dumpster Day Card with their name and address. Each time a resident uses the card it will be hole-punched.
Residents will have the opportunity to use our Dumpster Day Program 3 times throughout the 2016 season, per address. The card and our records will monitor each address usage.
RESIDENTS MUST HAVE THE CARD WITH THEM TO USE OUR DUMPSTER DAY PROGRAM – NO EXCEPTIONS.
All other previous rules still apply.
Springfield Township, Lucas County, Ohio, is a vibrant growing suburb still possessing a small community camaraderie. We enjoy the convenient access of several retail/commercial businesses in addition to the recreation and leisure of several community parks where you can participate in sports leagues, take walks, fly a kite or have a picnic near the pond.
Springfield Township is adjacent to western Toledo and served by I-75/US-23 as well as benefitting from our close proximity to Toledo Express Airport and the Ohio Turnpike, located just 5 miles west of the Interstate.
In addition to Springfield Local Schools being rated “Excellent” by the State of Ohio, we are home to ITT Tech and located within 20 minutes from the University of Toledo, Lourdes College, Owens Community College, Mercy College of NWO, Davis College, Herzing University, Stautzenberger College, Professional Skills Institute, and Davis College.