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Now in it's Eleventh Season!

2017 Season

Every Saturday | Rain or Shine!
June 10th through October 21st
9am - 1pm

Richard E Orwig Park
E. Market St. & Willow Dr.
Next to Howland High School

The Howland Farmers Market kicks off its 2017 summer season on Saturday, June 10th at the Richard E. Orwig Park on East Market Street from 9am to 1 pm.  This popular market features local growers and food producers along with artists and hometown musicians. Join the growing community of people who make the Howland Farmers Market part of their Saturday morning routine!SNAP/EBT Accepted Here

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Leaf Bags

Howland Township sponsors a Leaf Pick-Up in the fall. See the Home page during the season for specific dates and times.

Place your bags curbside. All leaves MUST BE in BIODEGRADABLE Bags (heavy kraft type paper) which are clearly labeled BIODEGRADABLE or COMPOSTABLE.

Any size bag is acceptable. Please be aware “Recyclable” bags are NOT biodegradable. If you do not wish to use biodegradable bags, you will have to use a lawn service to dispose of your leaves. The EPA is very strict on how yard waste is disposed. The stringent guidelines have driven up the cost of disposal. In an effort to protect our environment and our tax dollars, we believe this is our best option.

This program is only offered at specific times during the year.  Please watch the Home page for dates and times!

If you have any questions, you can contact the Administration Office at (330)856-2340.

Help the environment with AWCSSR! Never heard of it?

Automated Wheeled Cart Single Stream Recycling and it has come to HOWLAND TOWNSHIP!
One Container. No Sorting....... No Kidding!

altThe easiest way to recycle is here in Howland offered only by Allied Waste!
Contact Allied Waste of Youngstown by phone at 330-793-7676 to sign up for your 65-gallon cart, recycling and reduced rates! Information is also available at the Township office to sign up.
Once you receive your cart place all your recyclable materials in one container with no separating or sorting needed.

We'll do it for you! Just a few simple guidelines outlined below to avoid any service interruptions

YES! NO!
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Metal beverage and food cans
  • Paper milk or Juice containers
  • Aluminum cans
  • Egg Cartons
  • Plastic bottles (Types 1 through 7)
  • Paper from news, magazines, junk mail, dry non-coated food paper
  • Boxboard – tissue, dryer sheets, tooth paste, cereal, spaghetti, cracker and other dry foods boxes
  • All cardboard must be broken down so that it is inside your cart
  • Paper Coffer cups
  • Shampoo and laundry bottles
  • Garbage, food waste, diapers, paper plates, hangers, old plastic toys
  • Meat or Cheese plastic wrapping or paper packaging
  • Wax or plastic wrap or bags
  • Freezer food packaging
  • Plastic deli, product or take-out packaging or utensils
  • Plastic bags or wrapping film
  • Formed or pellet styrofoam packaging
  • Window glass, ceramics or dishware, mirrors, light bulbs

Recycling Containers

Howland Township has arranged for a recycling containers to be placed behind the Police and Fire Building at 169 Niles Cortland Rd. and at the Morgandale Fire Station on Wilson Ave. The containers will be available for drop-offs 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Newspaper, glass bottles and jars, aluminum beverage cans, tin food cans, and #1 and #2 plastics may be placed in the bin. NO styrofoam, plastic bags, cardboard, old clothes, furniture, or tires should be placed in the bin.

In addition, the Howland Recycling Center on North Road is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 9 AM to 4 PM., and is a full-service recycling site. The drop-off recycling containers are totally funded and provided by the Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management District.

Visit Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management website here.

branchesThe Limb and Branch program is a bi-annual program, operated in the spring and Fall. The fall program will begin sometime around the second week of October and the deadline dates will be posted.  See the Home page during the program months for specific dates and times.  Residents are reminded the Limb and Branch Program is for trimmed and pruned branches from trees and shrubbery. Branches from downed trees and lot clearing will not be picked up. A commercial tree service must be utilized. Limbs and branches must be root free, no larger than 6 inches in diameter and placed next to the street with the cut ends facing the street. Piles should be limited to an equivalent 4 X 8 pile of wood.

This program is only offered at specific times during the year.  Please watch the Home page for dates and times!