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 to be Relocated Temporarily
The township administration building parking lot located at 4822 East Cemetery Road will be reconstructed in late July and early August. Tuesday, July 18, the recycling containers will be temporarily relocated across the street at the township compost facility during the parking lot renovation project. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Fall Clean Up Days Scheduled
Fall Clean Up Days are scheduled for Wednesday, October 18, through Sunday, October 22. Containers will be located at the old fire station across from the Community Hall at 3307 N.W. Catawba Road. Please no tires, paint, or hazardous materials.
2017 Recycling Events flyers are available in the lobby of the administration building. The OSS Solid Waste Management District will collect household appliances, hazardous waste, televisions, electronics, and tires on scheduled Saturdays throughout the year at the Ottawa County Fairgrounds located at W. St. Route 163, Oak Harbor. Stop by to pick up a flyer or visit www.recycleoss.org for more information.
ODNR Plans Improvements for Catawba Island State Park
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources recently announced funding has been secured for facility improvements at Catawba Island State Park. Individuals interested in downloading the presentation from the public meeting or sharing ideas should 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. The Catawba Island location collects the most recycled material by weight across all 43 locations in the District. 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 or view the Rumpke Recycling video on this website by clicking on the Community Links tab to the left then under Local Commerce.