Director of Public Services
Andrew Hohlbein – 419-865-0239 – x 118
Andy joined Springfield Township in 1981 as a Volunteer
Firefighter/EMT where he served for 25 years. In April of 1991 he
began his career with the Public Service Department. He is responsible
for maintaining Township roads, parks, cemeteries and also
facilitates Park Advisory Board meetings.
Andy is a lifelong resident of Springfield Township and has been active in the community. He is dedicated to providing excellent service to the community.
Please contact Andy with any concerns you may have regarding the
Lucas County Roads
The major roadways in Springfield Township are county roads and maintained by the county. They include: Albon, Angola, Bancroft, Centennial, Crissey, Dorr, Eber, Garden, Hill, Holland-Sylvania, Holloway, King, McCord, Nebraska, Old Airport Highway, Old State Line, Perrysburg-Holland, and portions of Geiser & Gunn. If you reside on any of these roads and it requires attention, whether it be for snow removal or animal removal, call the Lucas County Road Maintenance Department at 419-213-2860.
Springfield Township does not provide refuse collection. Residents must contract with a refuse collection company of their choosing. The refuse collection companies provided here are for the convenience of our residents. Springfield Township does not endorse and is not responsible for their service or availability. Republic Services: 1-800-234-3429 Waste Management: 800-343-6047 Suburban Sanitation: 419-865-8453 Solid Waste Disposal Information for Lucas County Residents. Yard Waste Processors Computer / Electronic Waste Collectors Household Hazardous Waste Collectors Call the District at 419-213-2230 for more information.