Deerfield Township

Deerfield Township is a thriving community of 33,000 residents and hundreds of businesses with all the advantages of central suburban living and a few more besides.
One advantage is the Township structure itself, a form of government created when all of Ohio was divided into parcels at the states founding. While the term may have a rustic flavor, Township government is actually quite appropriate to the size and scope of community activities. An elected Board of three Trustees and one clerk streamlines the decision making process, resulting in timely action and services to Township residents and responsible representation of the community?s interests in larger regional issues.
No local income tax, low property taxes and zero earnings tax keep more money in the pockets of resident and provides a direct competitive advantage to employers in any economic climate.

Deerfield Township does not operate its own utilities. Public utilities are managed by the utilities which cover most of the Greater Cincinnati Area.

Gas & Electric
4th & Main Street
Cincinnati, OH 45201
(513) 421-9500

Telephone – For New Service:
Cincinnati Bell Telephone
201 East Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Sprint – 1-800-786-6272
Cable Television

Time Warner Cable
11252 Cornell Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45242
(513) 469-1112
Water & Sewer
Warren County Water & Sewer
406 Justice Drive
Lebanon, Ohio 45036

Garbage/Rumpke Waste
10795 Hughes Road
Cincinnati, OH 45251
(513) 742-2900
CSI Waste Services
11563 Mosteller Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241
(513) 771-4200

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