Welcome to Morgan Township!

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Morgan Township, one of thirteen in the county, is located in the southwestern corner of Butler County, Ohio, on the state line with Indiana. The township covers an area of 36 square miles. 

Morgan Township was divided from Ross Township by the Butler County Commissioners on March 4, 1811. Named for General Daniel Morgan, an officer in the American Revolutionary War, it is one of six Morgan Townships statewide. The township is bordered on the south by the Hamilton County townships of Crosby and Harrison; on the southwest by Dearborn County, Indiana; on the west by Whitewater Township, Franklin County, Indiana; on the north by Reily Township; on the northeast by Hanover Township; and on the east by Ross Township. Originally settled in 1801 by Welsh immigrants from Llanbrynmair, Montgomeryshire, Wales.  In later years, German settlers also came into the township.

***Happy New Year!***
 
The Morgan Township Trustees would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a healthy, happy and safe 2017! 

Dog Tag Renewal

Did you know Butler County licenses over 35,000 dogs per year? In Ohio, a dog license is required by law. Should your dog(s) happen to run loose, a license can identify your dog(s) and ensure their safe return. You can now purchase in 1-year, 3-year or permanent dog tag for your pet. One year tags may be purchased on-line or through a Butler County agent. All others must be purchased at the Butler County Auditor office.. If you haven't licensed your dog yet, or need to renew for 2017, you may do so online using Visa or MasterCard at  http://www.butlercountyauditor.org/dog_registration/ Those wishing to pay by mail may print out the on-line application, enclose a check and mail your payment to:

Butler County Auditor
130 High St. 3rd floor
Hamilton, OH  45011


We've all heard of them - con artist, crook, swindler, shyster, scammer. Regardless of what you call them, they do exist and are out there looking for their next prime target; especially the elderly and senior citizens. 

It's estimated that more than a quarter of the entire U.S. adult population have been victims of fraudulent telephone practices, being bilked out of $40 billion every year. Of those, nearly 60 percent are over the age of 50. The Federal Bureau of Investigation reports that seniors are likely victims of unscrupulous scam artists because they are most apt to have nest eggs, own their homes and have excellent credit.

 What’s more, predators count on the elderly not reporting the crime for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that sometimes, they don’t even know a crime has been committed. If they know, they are hesitant to make a report because they are ashamed, or don’t want family members concluding they are no longer able to make decisions for themselves. They may not know who to contact to file a report.
  
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says the scams are sometimes so believable and pertinent to every day life that even the most savvy among us can fall for them. He warns against giving any personal information out over the telephone, no matter what the caller suggests.

The Butler County Sheriff's Office warns many of these scams seem to make their way through the township every year, particularly around the holidays. There are numerous scams such as; Health Care "Representatives", Telemarketing Fraud, Grandchild Scam, and Reverse Mortgage Scams, to name a few that are active right now.

There are several ways to protect yourself from any scam:
  • If is if it sounds too good to be true - it probably is.
  • Never sign anything you don't understand.
  • NEVER, NEVER give out ANY personal information; including credit card, bank account number(s) or your social security number.
If you feel you have been a victim of a scam artist or fraud, or would like more information regarding scams call the Butler County Sheriff's Department at (513) 785-1000.

Household Battery Recycle

To find locations that will recycle your small household batteries go to the website: www.butlercountyrecycles.org

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off

Every Thursday, 2:00pm to 7:00pm

July 14 to end of October

175 Westheimer Dr. Monroe, Ohio