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June 26, 2023

June 12, 2023

May 22, 2023

May 8, 2023

April 24, 2023

April 10, 2023

March 27, 2023

March 13, 2023

February 27, 2023

February 13, 2023

January 23, 2023

January 9, 2023

January 8, 2024

December 21, 2023

December 11, 2023

December 2, 2023

November 27, 2023

November 13, 2023

October 23, 2023

October 9, 2023

September 25, 2023

September 11, 2023

August 14, 2023

August 7, 2023

July 24, 2023

July 12, 2023

2022 Meeting Minutes

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The Board of Trustees have moved their regularly scheduled meeting from Monday, February 12. 2024 to Monday, February 5, 2024. The meeting will still begin at 6:30 at the Radnor Township Community Center. The Board will not meet again for their regular meeting until February 26, 2024.

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Radnor Township
Delaware County, Ohio

4061 State Route 203
Radnor, Ohio 43066
Phone: 740-595-3623
Fax: 740-595-3338



The Radnor Township Board of Trustees have set their 2024 meeting schedule.
Monthly regular meetings will be held on the second and fourth Monday of the month
at 6:30 P.M.
All meetings are held at the Radnor Community Center, 4061 State Route 203.
Any cancellations or special meetings will be posted 24 hours in advance on the Township's website and posted on the door of the Radnor Township Community Center.




        Welcome to the home page of Radnor Township located in Delaware County, Ohio.

        This website is provided as a service to our residents.

        Radnor Township is located in northern Delaware County and has a population of over 1400 citizens.  Founded prior to 1800 by Welsh immigrants, the township’s heritage can still be identified today more than 200 years later.  Agriculture still plays a prominent role in the day to day lives of many residents today as it did the founding fathers.

       The township operates a 25 man volunteer fire department, www.radnorfire.org.  In addition, the township maintains over 28 miles of roads as well as two cemeteries, one active and one inactive.