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2019 Spring Junk Days

JUNK DAYS SET FOR April 22nd – April 27th Union Township will hold Spring Junk Days from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday April 22nd through Friday April 26th, and from...

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Summer Concerts 2019

The Union Township Board of Trustees is proud to be bringing back the free Summer Concert Series. Following is the lineup for 2019:   BAND TIME DATE Sycamore Community Band 7 p.m. Saturday, May 25 Kevin McCoy Band 8...

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MILLER PLACE DEVELOPMENT HEARING Video

MILLER PLACE DEVELOPMENT HEARING  Video From Tuesday July 24th, 2018      

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FIRE STATION 49 DEDICATED

Union Township Fire Station 49 was rededicated July 9 after a renovation that will result in shorter responses, said Chief Stan Deimling. The renovation was originally begun to heighten the...

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FIRE DEPARTMENT AND CLERMONT COUNTY FIRE INVE…

When Union Township Fire Department Lieutenant Robert Cabral attended the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI) Annual Training Conference in Texas in late May, he was there to accept the...

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SCAM ALERT!

NOTICE: SCAM ALERT! Energy Alliances, Inc., your aggregation partner, wanted to alert you to the fact that a higher than expected number of aggregation participants have left your program in the...

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Duke Energy 2018 Accelerated Main Replacement…

Below are links for the duke energy 2018 main replacement program.   ASRP City Manager Letter ASRP Resident Letter

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Bells Lane & SR32 Project- Materials from…

  A public meeting was held on March 22, 2017, to discuss upcoming SR 32 improvements between Bells Lane and Old SR 74, including work on both Old SR 74 from...

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Fire Accreditation

The Union Township Fire Department was awarded its first Accredited Agency Status by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International at their annual meeting in August 2004. Since the initial Accreditation the department has continued to meet the goals of the commission and strive for excellence through continual quality improvement.

The process of complying with hundreds of strict and comprehensive standards is an evolving and ongoing process throughout the five year accreditation cycle. The Accreditation Manager must compile Annual Compliance Reports that address the progress the department is making toward meeting the recommendations the Site Visit Team recommended during the site visit.  At the completion of the five year accreditation cycle a new set of documents are prepared and then reviewed by a new site visit team during a three day comprehensive on site review. Once the site visit team has completed their review and the documents have been forwarded to the Commission the department must testify before the Board of Directors to obtain final approval as an Accredited Agency.

Union Township is proud to be one of one hundred eighty-seven Accredited Agencies worldwide. The model of continual quality improvement that the accreditation process is based upon works hand in hand with Union Township’s mission to “Exceed Expectations”. While Union Township is honored to be a part of this elite group of fire agencies; the major benefit of being an Accredited Agency is the commitment by the department to provide continual quality service to the community.