The Palmyra Township Board of Trustees is in the process of determining the construction of a Chapel in the Palmyra Township Cemetery located at: 9157 Tallmadge Road, Palmyra Township, Ohio. Initial plans have been drafted on behalf of Palmyra Township and may be inspected and reviewed by contacting Steve Coss 330-654-4098 Ext.114

The Palmyra Township Board of Trustees is open to taking sealed bids and sealed proposals for labor to be provided for the Chapel project, as well as materials to be provided for the Chapel project.  Interested contractors and vendors may submit sealed bids and sealed proposals for the entire project, or may submit sealed unit bids and sealed proposals for portions of the labor to be provided and portions of materials to be provided. Further, interested contractors and vendors may donate labor and materials for this project as may be approved by the Palmyra Township Board of Trustees.

The Palmyra Township Board of Trustees will receive sealed bids and sealed proposals until July 8, 2019 at 5:oo pm, and interested parties are to submit such sealed bids and sealed proposes care of the following: Steve Coss 3956 ST RT 225 Diamond OH 44412 All sealed bids and sealed proposals submitted will be opened at a public meeting of the Palmyra Township Board of Trustees on: July 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm, at which time the Palmyra Township Board of Trustees will then determine the appropriate manner of proceeding with Chapel construction, including with the provision of labor and materials.

Construction plans and specifications, may be examined at the Palmyra Fire Station located 3956 ST RT 225 Palmyra Ohio 44412 from 6 am until 6 pm M-F. These documents may be obtained for a non-refundable fee of $40 payable to Palmyra Township Trustees for each set.  Shipping charges are separate and are the responsibility of each bidder. No responsibility is assumed by the Palmyra Township Trustees for documents received too late for filing a bid.

The Palmyra Township Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The Palmyra Township Board of Trustees will proceed in the construction of the Chapel project so that the participating contractors and vendors approved by the Board of Trustees are able to assist Palmyra Township in the construction of a sound and appropriate structure built to applicable codes and within cost effective means. 

Please Advertise:

6/4, 6/11, 6/18

Kind Regards,

Kathleen S. Cofojohn, Fiscal Officer

Palmyra Township

10100 Williams Rd

Diamond, OH  44412

(330) 654-4098 Extension 211


Financial Assistance to repair or replace household sewage treatment systems in Portage County

Residents of Portage County with failing or malfunctioning household sewage treatment systems can now apply for help under several limited countywide programs.

The Portage County Combined General Health District has received $300,000 in funding from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s Water Pollution Loan Fund for the repair and/or replacement of household sewage treatment systems. The program is available to low to moderate income homeowners. These funds can be used:

  • To repair components such as a motor, a tank, an ultraviolet light, etc.
  • To replace the entire failing sewage treatment system.
  • To connect to the sanitary sewer.

The program is administered on a first-come, first-served based upon receipt of a completed application and supporting documentation. Applications are available at the Palmyra Fire Station, Submit completed applications to:Neighborhood Development Services (NDS)120 East Main StreetRavenna, Ohio 44266
In addition, Portage County officials have two financial programs to assit homeowners with repair and replacment of household sewage systems.

  • County’s Commissions Home sewage Treatment System Repair or Replacement Programs.
  • Portage County Treasurer’s Home Improvement Program.

Brochures are available at the Palmyra Fire Station.

Siren Testing Update

We will be testing the severe weather siren the 1st Wednesday of the month for the months of March through December. The test cycle will be audible for 20 seconds and continue to rotate for one minute.  For severe weather the siren will be audible and rotate for 3 minutes.

Change coming to recycling drop-off containers May 4th

The new Portage County Solid Waste Management District Plan will bring changes to the way we recycle in Palmyra The first change will be the conversion to single stream recycling, set to take place on May 4, 2015.

All of the drop off containers will be divided into two categories, “cardboard only” and “single stream” recycling. The single stream recycling containers will allow your residents to place 1-7 plastics, aluminum and tins cans, glass bottles, newspaper, catalogs, magazines, junk mail, cereal boxes, aseptic cartons (juice boxes) and office paper into one container. The 6 yard container currently used for 3-7 plastics will be removed due to the ability to place these materials in with the other recyclables. We have enclosed a copy of the new decals that will be placed on all of the containers. The decals will measure 19″x 19″ for easy reading by your residents. The collection service will continue on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday schedule.

The District will advertise the single stream conversion in the Record Courier, the District website and the County website. We are asking for your help in notifying your residents.

Along with the conversion, the Plan calls for a study on the drop off program focused on cost, revenue and possible efficiencies. While the study will not be completed until 2016, data gathering will begin in the near future. We will be installing scales on our trucks to track the exact pounds of material placed into the containers at your drop off. We are asking for your assistance to encourage your residents to use the drop off. The increase in participation and tonnage collected will play a crucial part in keeping the costs of the program as low as possible.

Additionally, tire collections will continue to be offered by the District; however the Plan limits these events to one per governmental unit per year.

3588 Mogadore Road, Kent. Ohio 44240-7434 Phone: (330) 678-8808 Fax: (330) 678-9405

Clarification of EMS Soft Billing

On January 6, 2004 the Trustees adopted Resolution No. 04-05 to establish a “soft billing” policy for Palmyra Township residents and Southeast students.  Soft billing is charging your insurance company and accepting the amount they pay for the service as payment in full.

LifeForce Management our billing agency will request insurance information as a result of an emergency run made by the Palmyra Township Emergency Medical Service due to an injury or illness where you or a family member were a patient.  This letter is not an attempt to collect payment from you for that service; it is our intention to file a claim with your insurance company, including automobile coverage, for payment.  Any balance due, after insurance Explanation of Benefits and/or payment, will be written off.

Please complete the form requesting insurance information even if you do not have insurance and forward it to LifeForce Management, Inc., 800 Enterprise Parkway, Ravenna, OH 44266 as soon as possible.  They are the authorized billing agent for Palmyra Township.  If you have any billing questions, please contact them at 330-626-5450.  Failure to respond will result in the EMS bill being forwarded to our collection agency.

Any questions contact one of your Township Trustees.