Fairfield County Regional Planning Commission is asking for your
assistance in updating the 2002 Fairfield County Development Strategy &
Land Use Plan. This plan examines land use, housing, economic
development, utilities and transportation. Click
complete the survey.
- Fairfield Co. has
put together a Broadband Committee to perform an assessment of the
county's broadband environment. They are asking the public for
input by conducting surveys of local residents, businesses and other
organizations across the county. Click
take the survey.
Waste and Lawn Litter....not a good recipe for storm water systems.
County Regional Planning Commission is updating the 2002 Fairfield
County Development Strategy and Land Use Plan. This is a
comprehensive plan that examines, land use, housing, economic
development, utilities and transportation. Please help them plan
for agriculture in Fairfield County by completing the survey at the
Fairfield County has put together a Broadband Committee comprised of
local community leaders and is performing an assessment of the
county’s broadband environment. They are asking for public input by
conducting surveys of local residents, businesses and other
organizations across the county.
Responses will help them better understand the existing resources
and capabilities they now have to support the access, adoption and
use of broadband technology in our homes and businesses.
take the survey, please go to
and select the appropriate option.
It may be cold
outside, but we "Got it Covered". Cover crops, including
grasses, legumes and forbs are planted in bare crop fields or
gardens for seasonal cover and other conservation purposes to reduce
erosion and soil compaction, increase soil organic matter, capture
nutrients, increase biodiversity, suppress weeds, manage soil
moisture and more!
Waste and Lawn Litter: Not a Good Recipe for Storm Water
Click here for more information on
Home Leaf & Yard Waste
Drug Collection & Electronics Recycling Day being held on April 29
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Violet Township Service Center located at
409 N. Center Street in Pickerington.
Conservation Funding Opportunities and Programs
Conservation Stewardship Program (CStP)
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