6385 Home Road
Delaware, OH 43015
Tel: 740-881-5338
Fax: 740-881-5428

Jason Haney, Trustee
(614) 499-6740

Joe Garrett, Trustee
(614) 206-4829

Bart Johnson, Trustee
(614) 519-3009

Jill M. Davis, Fiscal Officer
(740) 881-5338

The Glick Road (Concord and Liberty Township) West-bound Lane, over the O’Shaughnessy Dam, will be CLOSED from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Monday (4/15) thru Monday (7/22).

This is a City of Columbus project where the City of Columbus has contracted with The Righter Company for the O’Shaughnessy Dam Gatehouse Improvements. This work will make masonry and lighting repairs at the power gatehouse, outlet gatehouse and pavilion, while also replacing broken guardrail balusters along sidewalk at various points along the bridge.

The westbound lane of Glick Road will close between Sawmill Road and Dublin Road from April 15-July 22, 2024. The lane will be closed 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday – Friday. 

Eastbound Glick Road will remain open throughout the project.

To allow for traffic for The Memorial Tournament, Glick Road will be fully open June 3-9.

This is a City of Columbus-led project. Questions can be directed to Project Manager Jacobi Schmalenberger at jacobi@rightercompany.com.

The Concord Township Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting for the following purpose:  to attend a joint meeting with the Delaware County Regional Planning Commission on Tuesday, April 16, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. at the Byxbe Building Large Conference Room, 1610 State Route 521, Delaware, OH 43015.

Epcon Communities has provided updated files for the Courtyards on Concord.  There were several changes to the plan through the rezoning process. The Trustees requested all of the changes be captured, updated  and consolidated in one “book” so as to avoid confusion of which version residents could be looking at. 

The Trustees will continue the rezoning hearing for the Courtyards on Concord on April 4, 2024 at the township hall at 6 pm. 
Public attendance is encouraged. 

Please use the following link to download the PDF version. 


Concord Township Building Rental Requests:

Will only be accepted by phone 740-881-5338 option 5.

Please leave your name, street address, phone number, and event date.

Phone calls are returned in the order received. 

The building is reserved three months in advance from the DATE of the event. 

Thank you! :)

The Concord Township Board of Trustees will meet on March 11, 2024 at 6:00pm in the Concord Township Administrative Building 6385 Home Road, Delaware, OH 43015 for Application, designated as ZC012023, filed by Epcon Communities Inc., c/o Craig Cherry of 500 Stonehenge Parkway, Dublin, OH 43017. The Applicant is requesting approval for rezoning, from Farm Residential (FR-1) to Planned Residential District (PRD), and a preliminary development plan referred to as The Courtyards On Concord for a Planned Residential District at 10204 Concord Road, Dublin, OH 43017 Parcels #600-342-02-016-000 and #600-342-02-013-000, owned by Southworth Kenneth N Trustee. The application is available for public review on the township website, under the Zoning Tab, Home Page, and during normal business hours at the Liberty Branch of the Delaware County District Library, 7468 Steitz Road, Powell, Ohio 43065. Area residents are encouraged to attend. 

** Hearing Continued to Thursday, April 4, 2024 @6:00 p.m.**


Statement from the Delaware County Auditor regarding reappraisal of property

Please click here.

To Concord Township Residents who have Ohio Edison as their electric company,

As customers of Ohio Edison, you recently received a letter about the township aggregation program with an electric rate of just under 7 cents per kilowatt.  Some of you expressed concern that this is an increase of what you are currently paying for electric from Ohio Edison.  Please see the email below the township received from First Energy parent company of Ohio Edison.  Their rate on June 1, 2023 will jump to over 12 cents per kilowatt.  

As trustees we just wanted to make sure you have all of the information as you decide to participate in the aggregation program or opt out. 

Bart Johnson, Trustee 

From FirstEnergy:

AKRON, Ohio – FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) is encouraging customers of its Ohio electric companies – Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company and Toledo Edison – to evaluate electric supply offers from competitive suppliers that fit their budget and protect against rising energy prices this summer. Due to the results of recent competitive auctions, FirstEnergy customers who rely on their electric company for all aspects of service are expected to see an increase in the price they pay for electric generation beginning June 1.

Customer bills are divided into two parts: a charge from a FirstEnergy Ohio electric company for delivering electricity to a home or business, and a separate charge for the actual electricity used by a customer. For the second component, customers can shop and choose a competitive energy supplier that may be able to offer a lower price for generation. The electric company is required to purchase electricity through a competitive auction process for “non-shopping” customers who do not choose an energy supplier, and the rate is reflected in the “price to compare” listed on their monthly bills. FirstEnergy electric companies do not control the price of generation, which is provided to customers at cost.

Effective June 1, and subject to approval from the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO), the prices to compare for each of FirstEnergy’s Ohio electric companies’ residential customers will be:
 Ohio Edison: 12.39 cents/kwh
 Illuminating Co.: 12.40 cents/kwh
 Toledo Edison: 12.41 cents/kwh
A typical non-shopping FirstEnergy Ohio residential customer using 750 kilowatt hours can expect to see an increase to their total bill of approximately 47% from May to June. The prices, which update annually on June 1, are seasonal, with summer pricing in effect for the months of June through August, and winter pricing in effect for all other months. Winter prices are expected to remain higher than those seen this past winter.

“With energy rates elevated as we head into the hot, summer months, now is a great time to review your options so that you can select a rate or program that works best for you and your family,” said Mark Jones, vice president of customer engagement for FirstEnergy. “By selecting a competitive energy supplier that offers a rate lower than the price to compare on your bill, you may be able to pay less each month.”

To explore alternative electricity supplier options, customers can visit the PUCO’s Apples to Apples tool online at www.energychoice.ohio.gov. As customers evaluate their “price to compare” against alternative supplier offers, they should consider the price, plan structure (fixed or variable rate), contract terms and conditions, and any taxes, charges or fees that may apply. They can also explore ways to conserve energy this summer by visiting www.firstenergycorp.com/save_energy.

Ohio Edison serves more than one million customers across 34 Ohio counties. Follow Ohio Edison on Twitter @OhioEdison, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OhioEdison, and online at www.ohioedison.com.

The Illuminating Company serves approximately 755,000 customers across Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake and Lorain counties. Connect with The Illuminating Company at www.illuminatingcompany.com, on Twitter @IlluminatingCo and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/IlluminatingCo.

Toledo Edison serves more than 315,000 customers in northwest Ohio. Follow Toledo Edison on Twitter @ToledoEdison, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ToledoEdison, and online at www.toledoedison.com.
FirstEnergy is dedicated to integrity, safety, reliability and operational excellence. Its 10 electric distribution companies form one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electric systems, serving customers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia, Maryland and New York. The company’s transmission subsidiaries operate approximately 24,000 miles of transmission lines that connect the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions. Follow FirstEnergy online at www.firstenergycorp.com and on Twitter @FirstEnergyCorp.

Dear Concord Township Residents,

Re: Rumpke Trash Rate Increase

Starting with the April 1, 2023 bill, you will see an increase in you trash and recycling collection rates from Rumpke. Your rate for the next year will be $21.45 per month.  When the Township Trustees put this contract out to bid in late 2021/early 2022 we were facing inflation rates that were at a 40 year high.  Our concern was that a 3-year contract could reflect those historic inflation rates projected over the three-year contract.  Those concerns lead us to bid the contract with the yearly rate increase tied to the Consumer Price Index for Water/Sewer and Trash Collection Services.  We felt this was the fairest way to bid the contract to avoid companies projecting a 10% yearly inflation rate over the life of the contract. 

Starting April 1, 2023, we are in the second year of that contract.  The CPI increase for Water/Sewer and Trash Collection Services is 4.42%.  I have included the link to the data that was used for this calculation. https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CUSR0000SEHG

As a reminder, Rumpke does offer a senior citizen discount if you are 62 years old or older.  If you qualify and are not taking advantage of that discount, please call Rumpke at 800-828-8171.

If you have any questions about the trash collection contract, you can reach out to any of the Concord Township Trustees.

Bart Johnson 614-519-3009

Joe Garrett 614-206-4829

Jason Haney 614-499-6740

If you have any trash and recycling service or collection questions please visit www.Rumpke.com or call their customer service at 800-828-8171




The new Keller Section at our beautiful Oller Cemetery (along Riverside Drive, near Bean Oller Road) is now open and available for grave sales.

Please contact Trustee Joe Garrett for more information 614-206-4829.






Recent changes in recycling markets have forced Regional Processing Centers to eliminate some of the items they will accept. The list below is the limit of what should be placed in your recycle cart. Other items may be recyclable, just not in this program.


     **NEW - Plastic tubs (i.e. margarine & sour cream) are now permitted! **


     Newsprint and mixed paper. No tape and place loosely in cart.


     Bottles and Jugs - #1 PETE and #2 HDPE with lids removed. Numbers 3 through 7 are acceptable but not desirable.


     Bi-metal, steel, and aluminum food and beverage containers


     Cardboard and Old Corrugated Containers (OCC); dry and broken down. Do not put "boxes-inside-boxes. Break them down flat and tie with a string or twine (not tape).


     Gable top containers from gravy, milk, broth, and whipping cream


STICK TO THE LIST! WHEN IN DOUBT, THROW IT OUT! It’s no longer the quantity of what we recycle. Quality of clean items that are placed loosely in your recycling container will be the focus. For additional information, please log on to www.summitreworks.com






If you wish to continue with the township contract pricing, you do not need to do anything - it will auto-renew; if you wish to opt-out of the fixed rates for the township electric aggregation program, there is an opt-out form to submit or call Dynegy at 888-682-2170.


Dynegy Energy was awarded the low bid supplier for township electric for the Ohio Edison portion of the Township starting July 2023-June 2025 at $0.0692 cents per kilowatt hour, fixed for 2 years.  You do not need to sign up; your supply service will auto-renew. (Current opt-out,regular Ohio Edison rate is $0.1011/kWh).


The AEP portion of the Township was awarded to Dynegy Energy for a three year supplier contract at a rate of $0.04956 effective May 2021-May 2024. 

It will renew again with Dynegy for a one year term May 2024-May 2025 @$0.06299.


(To reach Dynegy for sign-up, opt-out, or questions, please contact 888-682-2170.)





Concord Township Board of Trustees Meetings

2nd & 4th Wednesdays ~ 7:00pm ~ Concord Township Admin Building

6385 Home Rd., Delaware, OH 43015




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