Service Department

Miami Township Service

The Miami Township Service Department is responsible for maintenance of all Township roads, parks, cemeteries, buildings and vehicles. The department employs a Service Director, two supervisors and 14 full time employees.

Invasive Box Tree Moth

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has confirmed the detection of the box tree moth (BTM) near the border of Hamilton and Clermont counties.

The box tree moth is an invasive pest from East Asia that poses a threat to boxwood plantings and the horticulture industry. Boxwood is an important ornamental shrub that is a valuable part of Ohio’s nursery stock economy. Federal and state officials are asking the public and horticultural businesses to spot and report the box tree moth to the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s (ODA) Plant Pest Reporter.

You can find additional information on the Ohio Department of Agriculture website.


Brush Vouchers: Miami Township residents can drop off tree limbs and brush at Bzak Landscaping year-round. Bzak Landscaping is located at 9/31 Round Bottom Rd. They will accept all limbs and brush from Miami Township residents at no charge who present a free voucher. The vouchers are available at the Miami Township Civic Center, or at the Miami Township Police Department between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday.

Proof of residency is required to obtain a voucher. One voucher is required per load. There is no limit to the amount of vouchers issued per resident. Please contact the Service Department at 248.3728 with any questions.


Clean Up Days: Clean Up Days occur each spring and fall. The Service Department will have serveral trash dumpsters brought to the Civic Center parking lot located at 6101 Meijer Drive for residents to drop off damaged or unwanted household goods. This includes furniture, toys, bikes, grills, concrete blocks, building or landscaping lumber, appliances, etc. Items that are NOT ACCEPTED include yard clippings, leaves, tires, wet paint, anti freeze, or any hazardous material. We will also offer an on-site PAPER SHREDDING SERVICE ON SATURDAYS ONLY.

Mattresses and box springs MUST be wrapped in plastic and sealed with tape.

Must show proof of Miami Township residency required. For additional information, please contact the Service Department at 248.3728.


Christmas Tree Recycling: Christmas tree recycling starts on December 26 and ends on January 31. The drop-off locations are at Miami Meadows Park at 1546 State Route 131 and Paxton Ramsey Park at 6265 Price Rd. Drop-off areas will be clearly marked at the parks.

*** PLEASE NOTE: Only trees WITHOUT plastic tags, ornaments, tinsel, etc. will be accepted. The recycling company WILL NOT accept anything other than bare trees! Thank you for your cooperation.



Cold weather is upon us and that means the Miami Township Service Department will be keeping the Township's over 600 streets safe from ice and snow. Those 600 streets combine for approximately 157 miles of roads. Check out the information below for safety tips and explanation of the technology we use in our fight:

Snow Emergencies Snow and Ice TipsSalt & Brine Treatment