Residents may bring scrap metal, motor
oil, car & farm batteries and general trash.
Residents may NOT
bring hazardous material, paint, tires,
and construction debris.
Some residents have abused the
prohibition on construction debris in the past and the Trustees reserve the
right to reject any load not deemed acceptable.
From time to time you will see us posting
information about the KEY (Keystone Empowers You) Collaborative, of which
Penfield is a member.KEY’s goal is
to increase access to and awareness of physical activity and nutrition
resources in the Keystone School District.To reach that goal, KEY has sponsored many programs within our
community.There is the Keystone GO
program which offers rewards to individuals for their physical activity,
indoor walking, Veggie U, Tough Kids Eat Broccoli, cooking classes, and
We have the dates for a few
township events occurring in 2018.
Christmas Band Concert &
Historical Society Display will be December 1st
Indoor Walking: In the winter
months, every Thursday 6-7 pm, Keystone Elementary School is open for
community members to walk
Through an effort from the Keystone Empowers You (KEY) collaborative,
the KeystoneHigh School weight room is open to
the public from Monday through Thursday from to .Start on that new year’s resolution now.
The RecyclingCenter hours
are the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from10:00 AM until .
Penfield has a recycling drop
off center next to the Township Hall. Plastic, #1 (HDPE) and #2 (PETE) and
milk jugs are accepted. Bi-metal cans, aluminum cans, aluminum, glass
(except drinking glasses and window glass) vehicle batteries, a 24-hour
green & yellow dumpster is provided for magazines, office paper,
shopping catalogues, junk mail, and newspapers in loose containers. An all
green Allied Waste dumpster is available 24 hours for cardboard. Please
flatten boxes. Labels may be left on the cans and all containers should be
rinsed out before bringing to the center.
Lorain CountyOffice On
click the link below to view a message about free food boxes for eligible
“United Way of Greater Lorain
County’s First Call for Help is a free, 24-hour hotline that connects
individuals with services in the community. All resources can be accessed
by calling 2-1-1 or 1-800-275-6106 or by visiting the website at
Wireless Notification System
County recently implemented a wireless emergency notification system
(WENS), which is sometimes referred to as a reverse 911.With this, the county, or any political
subdivision (City, Township, etc.) can issue warnings or emergency information,
such as weather alerts, boil alerts, and so forth.It should prove to be a useful tool that
can disseminate information to a target group very quickly.
system can contact you via telephone, cell phone, (Voice or text), or
email, whichever you choose.
would like to be included, and we hope that you will, please click on the
link below and provide the information on the registration sheet.
Penfield Township Officials
free to respond with any questions that you may have.
These signs are available to residents at no charge and
make it much easier for emergency personnel to locate your home.If you would like one, contact any of
your trustees, The South Lorain County Ambulance District, or The
Wellington Fire Department.
Pass this information on to anyone within the township who needs one of these signs.
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