Huntington Township in Ross County, Ohio, established March 5, 1811, is a political local government that operates under the powers specifically delegated to us by the Ohio General Assembly. The Ohio Revised Code (ORC 503.01) grants specific kinds of authority to the 1,300+ townships in Ohio. There are responsibilities that are required for townships to perform, while others are permitted or prohibited. Huntington Township is governed by three elected trustees each serving four year terms. A fourth elected official, the fiscal officer, also serves a four year term and is independent of the Trustees, but is required by law to work closely with the Trustees. These four elected officials comprise the Board of Trustees.
Current population according to the 2010 census is 6,220 people; in addition the land area is 59.5 square miles with 49.1 miles of roadways.
Board of Trustees
6066 St Rt 772, Chillicothe, Ohio 45601 (Please note there is no phone at the garage, please contact an official directly).
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