Welcome to Pittsfield Township  

Picture created by Jennifer Abrams, Resident Pittsfield Township

  • (2000): 1549 Population Pittsfield

  • Location: 41.23745 N, 082.21979 W 

  • Zip Code(s): 44074 44090


New-Township Trustees meet the third Monday of each month at the Pittsfield Town Hall  Located at Rts. 58 & 303 at 6:30 P. M.  Phone 440-774-7223. 

New 01/1//21-Lorain County is Now Under a Red Alert County/Purple Watch List and Masks ARE REQUIRED in ALL PUBLIC PLACES.

 Note New Directions: Trustees Meeting  JANUARY 19th at 6:30pm at Pittsfield Town Hall

Watch this site in case the meeting is canceled due to the Covid-19 virus.
The Meeting is still on--Important--Only 5 guest will be allowed, If you have business with the Board of Trustees, Please tell them ahead of time to allow you to enter. See who's who for phone

 or email of officials.

For up to date information about Lorain County's Covid-19 Virus click:


         Newspaper Recyling!  Just Take Your Newpapers to the Yellow/Green Containers at the Town Hall!

Rumpke Recycling offers residential customers a convenient, comprehensive recycling program to enhance the recycling effort and reduce the amount of material sent to the landfill.

While the full list of acceptable materials may vary slightly in some locations, residents can typically recycle the following:

  • Glass Bottles & Jars (all colors)
  • Metal Cans: Aluminum cans, steel cans and lids, empty aerosol cans with the lids and tips removed
  • Plastic Bottles (empty, crush, reattach lid): Bottles and jugs that have a small mouth and wider base, such as milk jugs, soda bottles, laundry detergent bottles, water bottles, shampoo bottles and contact solution bottles
  • Paper: newspaper, magazines, cardboard, mixed office paper and envelopes, paperboard (cereal boxes), pizza boxes free of food debris and grease, telephone books and catalogs
  • Cartons: food and beverage cartons, such as milk, juice, soup, wine, broth and other cartons.
  • See Rumke Recycling for more information click here....


March 16, 2020

Hello Community/Business Leaders, 

To keep the public healthy and to reduce the risk of transmission of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in your buildings, leaders should implement a few key preventive measures. Enforce social distancing (physical distancing of at least 6 ft.), reduce contact of persons presenting symptoms, and maintain clean working environments.

Consider the following measures to keep your public spaces healthy:

  • Post the attached signage alerting the public of COVID-19 prevention measures.
  • Advise security staff or front desk staff to ask visitors if they are presenting symptoms, then monitor persons presenting coughs.
  • Ensure that people with symptoms of respiratory illness (cough, fever, or shortness of breath) stay home and do not enter the building.

Reduce public gatherings:

  • If possible, close courtrooms and hearings to the public to reduce crowding.
  • If possible, consider postponing any court cases, hearings, and/or public meetings for 30-60 days.
  • Utilize the Sunshine Law - use technology to stream public meetings.

Current evidence suggests that COVID-19 may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials. Maintain a healthy environment:

  • Ensure all workers and visitors practice hand hygiene frequently, washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap & water are unavailable.
  • Provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer in visible, frequently-used locations such as front desks and exits.
  • Ensure bathrooms are supplied adequately with soap, water, and drying materials.
  • Conduct routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces, including tables, doorknobs, light switches, handles, desks, toilets, faucets, and sinks with an EPA-approved disinfectant.
  • Rearrange seating to leave additional space (6 ft.) between chairs in waiting rooms.

At this time, taking temperatures of all persons entering a building is not advised at the local level. While this precaution was used during a previous Ebola outbreak, this measure was disease-specific. For COVID-19, the main concern is coughing. Only after COVID-19 progresses do people develop a fever. 

Lorain County Public Health will provide updates on our website regarding the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 daily at 2:00 p.m. Check LorainCountyHealth.com/Coronavirus for timely and reliable information. 

For more information contact Lorain County Public Health at 440-322-6367 or visit LorainCountyHealth.com. Follow your local health department on Twitter @LorainCoHealthFacebook, or YouTube.
Thanks for your support,
Dave Covell, MPH, RS
Health Commissioner
Lorain County Public Health


Click here for Health Department information page....



  Pittsfield Political Districts


US Congressional Representatives: 4th District, Jim Jordan-R


State Representative 56th District:  Joe Miller -D


Ohio Senate 13th District  Nathan Manning -R  


US Senate:

Sherrod Brown-D Lorain


Rob Portman-R Youngstown


Open Burning Information On Zoning Resolution Page click here
New--Town Hall Rental Info On Web Site! See Side Menu.


  03/31/18 Pittsfield Township Trustees renewed the membership for the Lorain County Splash Zone enabling residents for 1/2 price memberships! Over 100 residents currently have memberships at the Splash Zone. 

Links to related sites:


Lorco Waste Water District-


Lorain County Heath District


Lorain County Board of Elections http://www.loraincountyelections.com

Lorain County's Web Site
LMRE Electric-lmre.org

 Link -Communty Activities:


Pittsfield Historical Society Web Site

Lorain County Township Association's Web Site

http://www.lctaonline.org or http://www.lcta.us


  Webmaster: Steve Magyar
Email: info@pittsfieldtwp.us






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