May e-Grapevine
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Talk of the Township
The April 2020 Talk of The Township video is now available at  the Township's YouTube channel.

Talk of the Township is a quarterly update from the Trustees speaking about current events in our community and providing updates on each department's activities.
Streaming Meetings
How to watch meetings
Concord Kid’s Coloring Contest!
Calling all Concord kids! Bust out your crayolas and create a masterpiece! Choose a theme: Send A Hug or #ConcordTough. Have your parents take a picture of your art and send the image and child’s first name to by July 31 st . We will send the virtual Hugs to local senior citizens and the Concord Tough images to our heroic healthcare and Safety Service workers. Contest winners get gift cards for sweet treats!
Community Food Drive
Looking for a way to help others in this time of need? Donate to Concord Township's Community Food Drive! Non-perishable donations can be dropped off now thru May 31st at Town Hall (7229 Ravenna Rd) in the bin near the back entrance. Items needed most include peanut butter, jelly, canned tuna and canned soups. Thanks for your generosity!

A Word About Summer Events…
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and supporting the fight against the virus, summer Recreation events that involve public gatherings have been suspended at this time. 

However, the following components will proceed:

  • Citizen of the Year - Nominate someone for Concord Township 2020 Citizen of the Year!
  • Community Day Scholarships - Graduating seniors are encouraged to apply for one of three $1,000 scholarships. Generously sponsored by Lake Health and University Hospitals.

Download form for both Citizen of the Year and Community Day Scholarship at
Lake Health
University Hospitals
Concord’s Bicentennial Book
For the past two years, the Recreation Department has asked Concord residents to share family photos and histories that may be included in an upcoming book in celebration of our Bicentennial in 2022. This is the final call! If you want to share, now is the time!

Concord Township is also seeking suggestions for “ Notable Concord Residents ” for the book. Is someone in your ancestry a “Notable” resident? Let us know! Contact the Recreation Department at 440-639-4650 today! 
School Days
Way to go Concord Township!  
To date, Concord Township residents are doing a great job completing their census. But we aren’t done yet and there is still time to submit your information. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Census Bureau has adjusted 2020 operations with response deadlines currently extended to October 31.

Concord Township Fire Department is directly impacted by census response. At the federal level, the census data is used to make decisions on the distribution of funds to agencies. This trickles down to determining the dollar amounts available for federal and state grants specific to the fire service. Concord Township’s population, household and age demographics may determine if the fire department is eligible for a specific grant. Population often dictates how much the department must contribute toward a grant funded project. 

You can make a difference that directly impacts your community . Stay safe, social distance and complete your 2020 Census questionnaire online (, by phone (844-330-2020) or by mail.  
Self-Response rates from households that responded to the 2020 Census online, by mail or by phones Source:
Census Response
May Zoning Commission Meeting

The May 5, 2020 Zoning Commission meeting will be held remotely. Information on how to attend and participate in the meeting may be found on the township website by going here . There are two public hearings scheduled and the applications may be viewed in advance on this page as well.
Census Logo
It’s Census Time, Lake County! Respond now, online, by phone, or by mail!

The US Census is a month in from its first invitation mailing; and Lake County is currently with responses at 52.6%, and Concord is at 66.9%.  View this map to see how Concord stacks up against other Lake County communities. This is great progress, but our goal is to achieve a 100% head count. Thank you to those households that have already responded. For those who have not, please respond at or call in 844-330-2020. 
yard waste
Yard Waste
The Service Department would like to remind residents of the Yard Waste dumpster provided at the Service Department for the residents to drop off yard waste in bio degradable paper bags (NO PLASTIC). The hours of operation are from 7:30 am – 2:30 pm Monday thru Friday. Due to the COVID-19, pandemic the Brush Days have not been scheduled. The Service Department hopes to schedule the Brush Days in the near future.
Our Memorial Day Ceremony has been cancelled.

Please go to our page at to honor and see a list of all our Veterans.
Memorial Day
Planting in the Cemetery
  • No planting will be allowed in the 2004 in-ground cremation section; no trees shall be planted in the 2004 section.
  • All trees and shrubbery, type and location, must be approved by the Cemetery Sexton; in-ground plantings will not be allowed until the monument is placed and it shall not encroach on the neighboring grave.
  • Concord Township reserves the right to maintain plantings, which may include trimming or removal if deemed necessary by the Cemetery Sexton or Cemetery Superintendent and will not be replaced.

  • Maintenance of the cemetery grounds has begun (turf building, seeding, etc.).
  • The cemetery staff reserves the right to remove any live decorations and non-floral decorations not in keeping with the beautification of the cemetery.

Prohibited Items
Glass of any kind (including gazing balls), styrofoam, birdhouses and feeders are prohibited.

For more specific details, the Rules and Regulations are available at the entrance of the cemetery, online at the Cemetery page and in Town Hall. All persons are subject to the rules and regulations. Call Karen Warner, Cemetery Sexton at the Cemetery Office at 440-354-7518 for any questions.
Concord Twp. Lake County, OH | P:  440.354.7510 | F:  440.354.7511 |