The Ohio Township Association (OTA) was formed in 1928 in an effort to promote and preserve township government in Ohio. It was recognized that though townships differ from one to another there was great benefit to be gained from speaking to the General Assembly with one voice.
In each county in Ohio there is a County Township Association (CTA). As different areas of the state face different challenges at the local level, the CTAs offer an intermediate level of support for the townships in each county.
The Carroll County Township Association is currently made up of 14 townships. In our CTA we have 56 active members (trustees and fiscal officer), and 65 associate members.
Associate: Associate membership is available to any person or company interested in township government. County officials, such as prosecutors, and local libraries, make great associate members as well. OTA associate members recieve the Ohio Township News and are encouraged to attend the annual winter conference at the member rate.
If you would like to become a member, contact your township officers.