Keep up with OTA at ohiotownships.org
The Ohio Township Association is a statewide organization dedicated to promoting and preserving township government, through educational forums and lobbying efforts. The association was founded on June 28, 1928, and is organized in 87 of the 88 counties (Cuyahoga County only has two townships). The OTA has more than 5,200 active members, made up of trustees and fiscal officers from Ohio’s 1,308 townships, and more than 4,000 associate members.
Ohio joined in 1967. NATaT’s mission today, is to champion fair-share federal funding decisions and promote legislative and regulatory policies that strengthen grassroots local government. Members of the Ohio Township Association are automatically NATaT members.