Madison Township
Established in 1811

Max Anderson, Jr.

Kenneth R. Gauntner Jr.
Peter V. Wayman

Lake County, Ohio

2065 Hubbard Road
   Madison Township 44057
   (440) 428-5128 phone
   (440) 428-1371 fax


Welcome To Madison Township
in Lake County, Ohio!

Other Important Info:


It's Earth Day!earth day screen beans cleaning earth
More than a billion people around the world will celebrate Earth Day 2014 in many different ways. Some of the more common, and obvious ways to get active are:

Use biodegradable cleaning and beauty products
Don't use pesticides - pollinators like bees, butterlies, and bats are dying from the use of pesticides
Turn off lights & unplug unused appliances
Recycle, Recycle, Recycle
Clean up litter from yards, streets, streams, rivers, and lakes

Did you know that when you recycle..........

One ton of recycled aluminum saves
One ton of recycled paper saves
One ton of recycled plastic saves:
  • 14,000 kWh of electricity
  • 4,100 kWh of electricity
  • 5,774 kWh of electricity
  • 1,663 gallons of oil
  • 380 gallons of oil
  • 685 gallons of oil
  • 237.6 million Btu’s of energy
  • 54 million Btu’s of energy
  • 98 million Btu’s of energy
  • 10 cubic yards of landfill space
  • 4.6 cubic yards of landfill space
  • 30 cubic yards of landfill space
  • 7,000 gallons of water
  • 17 trees

Did you receive an offer from Universal Disposal?
The township does not have an exclusive contract with Universal Disposal. Universal requested the opportunity to offer special pricing for recycling & garbage pick up to the residents of Madison.

As you may know, the township's recycling center has been funded by Lake County for the past 5 years through a grant program. After 2014 the grant program will come to a close and the County will no longer be able to fund the center. Losing these grant funds means the township has to determine how to pay for the cost of having the materials hauled to the transfer station, among other costs. Coupled with the cuts the State has made over the last two years the township may not be able to afford to fund it.

The trustees felt that by allowing Universal Disposal to make this offer to the residents it could help alleviate the amount the center takes in, which will reduce some of the costs to the township, allowing the township to keep the center open.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at (440) 428-5128.

Community Events:

blue pinwheel for child abuse preventionApril is National Child Abuse Awareness Month

 The Madison Township Board of Trustees, in support of the National declaration, passed a Resolution on March 25, 2014 declaring April Child Abuse Prevention Month in Madison Township.

On April 9th the Lake County Department of Children Services kicked off National Child Abuse Prevention Month with the Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign by displaying 2,383 blue pinwheels at Veteran's Park in Painesville. The pinwheels represent the 2,383 calls that children services responded to in 2013.

If you or someone you know is, or may be, experiencing abuse please contact the 24 hour Child & Elder Abuse Hotline at (440) 350-4000 Press #1 or at (440) 918-4000 Press #1.
For more information visit their website at:

Special Collections:
The Lake Colunty Solid Waste District has published their Special Collection Dates for 2014. The next collection will be the computer collection that will take place on April 26th from 9am-1pm at the Lake County Fairgrounds Commercial Building. Please see their website for further information and other collections coming up.

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Administrative News:

How can you help prevent flooding? To start, do not pile your leaves and yard waste in a storm culvert (ditch). For more information that guide you on how to keep our storm sewers clean, click here. You can also check out this WKYC video to learn more about the watershed in your area.

Trustee Meeting: The next trustee meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 with the Workshop at 6:00pm and the Regular Meeting at 7:00pm.

Parks News:

Spring is here! YAY! The Parks crew have begun getting their park maintenance started!! boy walking dog on leash

Dog Owners Please Note:
We welcome your furry family members at our parks but please remember that there are other families trying to enjoy the park as well, and all dogs must remain on a leash at all times. And please - there are people at play, so keep the poop away and clean up after your dog!

These rules apply at all of our parks: Township Park, Tuttle Park, Stanton Park, Unionville Park, and the Skate Park.

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The Lake County General Health District has a drug collection/disposal program that allows Lake County residents to bring their unwanted/expired medications to a drop box at various locations in Lake County.

The drop box in Madison is located at the Madison Township Administrative Offices at 2065 Hubbard Road.

For more information on what & how to dispose, visit the Lake County General Health District's website.

Can't afford to make the repairs?
There are programs available that can help:

FHLB REHAB PROGRAM: This program is open to disabled homeowners/dependents who qualify

LAKE COUNTY REHAB PROGRAM: This program is open to Lake County residents who need to make repairs to their homes.* Emergency Repairs, Disabled, and Single family homes all qualify.

Lake County Mature Services has a program that can help you get a part-time job without reducing your unemployment compensation. Visit their website at

The Lake County General Health District is a Pro-Site for the Ohio Benefit Bank.

The Ohio Benefit Bank can tell you if you qualify, and even help you prepare and submit applications for programs such as; Child Care Subsidies
USDA Child Nutrition Programs
Health Care Coverage
Federal Student Aid
H.E.A.P (Heating Assistance)
and many more!

For more information, read their press release or visit the Ohio Benefit Bank's website

Barrie Beth Boutique provides quality, free clothing to those in need. They have clothes for men, women, and children as well as shoes!! If you need to clean out your closets, please consider donating them to this boutique. If you are in need of clothing, stop in & check out their inventory. They are located inside Cornerstone Friends Church and their hours are:

1st & 3rd Thursday of each month: 5-7pm 
1st & 3rd Saturday of each month: 12-4pm
1st Friday of each month: 5-7pm
Contact Barrie Beth Boutique at (440) 428-6868 ext 77 or by email at  or visit their facebook page