Welcome to Bethel Township, Clark County

Front entrance to Station 51 and the township offices

Our email is betheltownship@bethel-township.com


​Issue 20 - a 2 mill additional levy to support the Bethel Township Fire Department 

Issue 20 on this November's ballot will ask for 2 additional mills of taxes for the Bethel Township Fire Department. If passed, this money will be used to purchase equipment, pay personnel, and cover other  costs of providing fire and EMS service to township residents.

If it passes this will be the first new levy for the department since 2003. Levies bring in a set amount of money and do not increase over time with inflation, so their buying power gradually decreases. Our fire levies date back to the 1980's, 1990's, and 2003.

If you have any questions concerning Issue 20 you may call the township at 937-849-9499 for more information. Leave a message if there is no answer and you will receive a return call.



Trustee Meetings 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. 
Station 51 meeting room, 3333 Lake Rd., Medway​
Work sessions 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 4:30; same location

Bethel Township is located in the southwestern corner of Clark County, Ohio. Here you can live in the country while only minutes from Springfield, Huber Heights, and Dayton.

We are an expanding community dedicated to maintaining our rural identity, preserving our heritage, and balancing our growth. Bethel Township is bordered by the cities of New Carlisle, Fairborn, and Huber Heights. Township students are educated by the outstanding teachers of the Tecumseh Local School District.


To opt into or out of the Bethel Township gas or electric aggregation program, either mail or fax a copy of your utility bill and a signed letter stating your wishes to:

Electric Governmental Aggregation Program
P.O. Box 9060
Dublin, Ohio 43017-9060

Contact person Scott:
Fax 614-417-0410
email: Scott@electricsuppliers.org


For information about utility scams First Energy has information on their website at https://www.firstenergycorp.com/help/safety/scam-info.html