Today is May 28, 2017

Township News

UPCOMING 2017 MEETINGS

All meetings listed below will be held at the Xenia Township Office unless otherwise noted.  
 
Tuesday, May 306:00 p.m. Joint Trustee/Zoning Commission 
Thursday, June 16:00 p.m. Trustee Meeting 
Thursday, June 15 6:00 p.m. Trustee Meeting
Tuesday, June 276:00 p.m.Zoning Commission
 
Trustees' Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
 
 
(Meetings may also be listed above and be subject to change.) 

CENSUS 2010 RESULTS
XENIA TOWNSHIP

Population
Male 3,231
Female 3,306
Under 18 916
18 & over 5,621
20-24 1,064
25-34 420
35-49 945
50-64 1,278
65 & over 984
Total 6,537
 
Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino 82
Not Hispanic or Latino 6,455
 
Race
White 4,278
African American 2,025
Asian 22
AIAN 24
NHPI 2
Some Other Race 24
Two or more Races 162
 
Housing
Total Housing 2,181
Occupied Housing 1,997
Owner-Occupied 1,708
Population 4,119
Renter-Occupied 289
Population 753
Housing with Minors 417
Vacant Housing 184
For Rent 26
For Sale 31
Occasional Use Housing 32

CENSUS 2010 RESULTS
WILBERFORCE

Population
Male 1,103
Female 1,168
Under 18 148
18 & over 2,123
20-24 863
25-34 98
35-49 129
50-64 121
65 & over 99
Total 2,271
 
Ethnicity
Hispanic or Latino 41
Not Hispanic or Latino 2,230
 
Race
White 292
African American 1,868
Asian 3
AIAN 5
NHPI 0
Some Other Race 6
Two or more Races 97
 
Housing
Total Housing 311
Occupied Housing 242
Owner-Occupied 161
Population 390
Renter-Occupied 81
Population 216
Housing with Minors 63
Vacant Housing 69
For Rent 14
For Sale 8
Occasional Use Housing 23

Piece of World Trade Center arrives in Xenia Township... a 5-foot section of steel beam from the World Trade Center arrived March 29, 2011 at the Xenia Township Trustees' Office. The journey began in September 2009 when an email was answered that offered fragments of the World Trade Center to local government entities. The offer provided the Township with an opportunity to gain an artifact that freezes in time one of the most important events in United States history. The Township's request was approved and on February 9, 2011, the Township was informed that the fragment was ready to be picked up from Hangar 17 and the JFK Airport. The Township hired someone who was already picking up a fragment from the airport and it arrived safely. It now sits on display in the Xenia Township Trustees Office. There are plans in the works to provide a permanent home for the artifact by constructing a memorial. Citizens interested in participating on the memorial committee are encouraged to call the Township office at 372-0859. Members of a memorial committee could be a part of any or all of the following: fund raising, design, construction, landscaping, maintenance of the memorial, and dedication of the memorial.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

REMINDER TO ALL TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS:

Zoning Permits are required for all structures being built, including sheds, pools, decks, and fences.