Welcome to
Knox Township Ohio

Knox Township Administration Building

2895 Knox-School Rd, Alliance OH, 44601

Phone: 330-525-7689

Meeting Times

Meetings are Held Every First and Third Tuesday of the Month at 7 pm
All meetings are help in the Knox Township Garage located at 2895 Knox School Road, Alliance, Ohio, 44601.
All meetings are open to the public unless specifically indicated otherwise.

Recycling Center

Recycling is free and open to the public 24/7, 365 days a year.
Please do not place furniture, styrofoam, tires, garbage, electronics, batteries, glass, mattresses, box springs, plastic toys, or fluorescent bulbs in the bins.

Spring Cleanup Day

Join Us For Knox Township's Spring Cleanup Day!

We're exited to announce that Knox Township will be hosting it's annual Spring Cleanup Day on May 11th, from 7 am to 1 pm at the township garage located at 2895 Knox School Rd. This is a fantastic opportunity for our community to come together and make a positive impact on our environment while decluttering our homes and neighborhoods.

Here are some details you should know:

Date: May 11th 2024
Time: 7:00 am - 1:00 pm

Knox Township Garage
2895 Knox School Rd

Restricted Items:
Paint, Propane Tanks, Hazardous Waste and Tires with Rims

Tires without rims are acceptable however, there is a limit of 4 tires


We will be testing out early warning sirens for the first Saturday of every month at 1:00 pm

As we continue to develop the infrastructure of our community we are are continuing with the development of our roads. We are pleased to announce that we will be conducting chip-sealing on various roads within our township throughout the summer and into August.

We want to thank everyone for your continued support of our community!


Fun Fact

Knox Township is known for having one of the county’s first schools, which was constructed in 1806. One of the most famous historic sites in the township is Middle Sandy Evangelical Presbyterian Church, which remains one of the county’s oldest churches.

Fire Department

Knox Township Fire Protection is provided through the joint cooperation of the Homeworth Volunteer Fire Company and the North Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department.

North Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department

Chief Ed Reichenbach

Homeworth Volunteer Fire Company

Brian Baker

On April 12, 1930 the first organized fire department in the township was implemented in Homeworth with Harry Heffner as Chief. Memberships in the department were sold to villagers in order to provide the $3,100 needed to fund the purchase of a Howe Pumper – which they still own today.

Knox Ruritans Sports Complex
The Famous Homeworth Bridge
Reading Cemetery
Bethel Cemetery
Homeworth Historical Society
North Georgetown Cemetery
Presbyterian Cemetery
Pentz Cemetery


2895 Knox School Rd, Homeworth, Ohio

Meeting Times

We meet at 7:00PM on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month.

Trustee Chairman

Matt Johnson
(330) 525-7689 Ext: 1

Trustee Road Representative

Ed Barnhart
(330) 525-7689 Ext: 3

Cemetery Sexton Information

Jamie Sanor
(330) 525-7689 Ext: 5

Contact Numbers

(330) 525-7689 - Administrative Building
(330) 525-7444 - Garage

Trustee Vice-Chairman

Gregg Carver
(330) 525-7689 Ext: 2

Fiscal Officer

Debra Hartzell
(330) 525-7689 Ext: 4

Projects Completed
Square Miles