to Catawba Island Township. Founded in 1861, Catawba Island is home to
more than 3,100 people, but many more visit each year. Miles of beautiful
shorelines, great fishing, nature reserves and state parks make Catawba
Island a summertime paradise for many in Ohio's North Coast region and
Catawba Island Township
4822 E. Cemetery Rd, Port Clinton, OH 43452
Phone: 419-797-4131 - Fax 419-797-4737
Recycling Containers Returned to Admin Building Parking Lot
The Aim To Be Green Recycling containers have been returned to the administration building parking lot located at 4822 East Cemetery Road as the parking lot renovation project is now complete.
Brush Pick Up Ends and Leaf Collection Begins
Township maintenance personnel ceased picking up brush effective November 1. Brush can be taken to the compost facility on Cemetery Road. Brush pick up will resume in the spring. Leaf collection begins in November. Please pile leaves near the side of the road.
CIVFD Collecting Nonperishable Food for Local Food Pantry
Catawba Island Volunteer Fire Fighters are collecting nonperishable food items through the first week of December for a local food pantry. Collection boxes are available for food drop off in the lobby of the township administration building located at 4822 E Cemetery Road.
ODNR Improvements at Catawba Is. State Park - Ramp Closed
The state park launch ramp closed Thursday, September 28, and will remain closed through December 1. This closure is the first of many improvements planned for the park. The fishing pier will remain open to foot traffic during the ramp closure. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has secured funding for facility improvements at Catawba Island State Park. For more information on our state park please visit Catawba Island State Park.
Recycling Containers - Please no plastic or garbage bags
Catawba Island Township recycling containers are located at 4822 East Cemetery Road along the back of the parking lot. It is important to remember that plastic bags are not accepted. The collection facility is a continuous feed operation and plastic bags clog the machines. Some area retail stores have plastic bag recycling receptacles available. For questions concerning the recycling program please contact the OSS Solid Waste District at 419-334-7222.