TWINSBURG TOWNSHIP — The Twinsburg Township Board of Trustees announced today that the Twinsburg Township Hall will be temporary closed to the public until further notice.

Twinsburg Township Hall was scheduled to be a polling location for voters tomorrow; however, Gov. Mike DeWine announced that in-person voting will be postponed until June 2. Twinsburg Township offices were already scheduled to be closed on March 17 due to voting; they will remain closed due to concerns regarding COVID-19.

Staff will report to work for regular business hours, with residents and businesses asked to make contact with Township Hall through phone 330-425-4497, email, or by visiting the township website, www.twinsburgtwp.com, for forms and information.

A list of contact information can be found on the township website at www.twinsburgtwp.com/ContactUs.aspx.

At this time applications for the Township Recreation Center Program will be accepted but will be held for further review on a case-by-case basis. Many eligible centers either have closed or have limited access to their facilities, so checks will be issued for closed centers once they reopen.

Applications for Zoning Certificates will be accepted by email or mail, and can also be sent to Twinsburg Township Hall, 1790 Enterprise Parkway, Twinsburg 44087.

Any issues pertaining to roads or other service concerns should be called in to Township Hall.

The Board of Trustees has also suspended the usage of Township Hall for any non-government official use, including Home Owner Association meetings until further notice. All essential Township meetings will continue at Township Hall. Twinsburg Township Trustees will continue to closely monitor updates from local governments, and pass that information on to residents and businesses.