NEWTON TOWNSHIP IS SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR 

ALTERNATE ON THE NEWTON TOWNSHIP ZONING COMMISSION

Please see Employment Opportunities for additional information.


Mark your calendar for the 2017 Newton Township Scrap Tire Collection and Clean-Up Weekend - Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and 7, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please look under the calendar/event page for more details.

 

PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD-SEEKING LOCAL WORLD WAR IVETERANS TO  SHARE THEIR STORYUSO

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

 

The Newton Falls Preservation Foundation is asking for any local World War II veterans willing to be interviewed about their military service and/or share memories surrounding the U.S.O., please contact the NFPF via email at nfpreservation44444@gmail.com or Connie Smith Talcott at  Smith.Talcott@gmail.com beforMay 1, 2017.  

This project is directly related to our goal of re-opening and preserving the Newton Falls Community Center while honoring its patriotic history.  For decades, this building has been known by community leaders as well as longtime residents for its original use as a United Service Organizations (USO) hall during World War II and then as a community gathering place for countless public and private functions.

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 A NEW ROOF AND A FRESH, NEW LOOK......ONE OF 2016'S KEY PROJECTS

 A gable roof was added to the administration side of the Newton Township Administration Building in 2016.

Dave Wiltrout Roofing, Inc. from Warren, OH was awarded the original contract for approximately $25,000.

The project has proven to be a good investment to date as it has addressed the chronic leakage of the original flat roof 

as well as provided better insulation in the building. The decision was made in the interested of proper maintenance

to preserve the building and extend its useful life of service to the township as well as for the benefit of the community.

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About Newton 

Nestled in the southwest corner of Trumbull County, Ohio. the Mahoning River meanders through the semi-rural setting of Newton Township. It is a community full of life, history, good people, and is a great place to call home.

  • Newton History

    Newton Township was created in 1806 as township no. 3, range 5 after the Connecticut Western Reserve was surveyed. Read More
  • Recycling Info

    No more separating! Recyclable items include, glass, paper, cardboard, aluminum and plastic. Read More
  • Zoning Fees

    The fees for permits for building; including new buildings or additions to existing buildings shall be as follows: Read More
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  • Newton Township partners with local entities to contract for services for the welfare and safety of our residents. Read More
  • Newton Township operates and maintains several cemeteries located within the Township and the Village of Newton Falls. Read More
  • Find out information on the monthly meeting of the Newton Township Board of Trustees. Read More
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