The Prairie Township Administration Offices, including the Prairie Township Commercial Building and Zoning Department, are open to the public. 

While our office is open for business, our preferred method of contact is by phone or email. If you would like to meet in person, we encourage you to contact the Township Department you wish to meet with and schedule an appointment. All appointments will follow the CDC guidelines, including social distancing and the use of facial coverings. If you are coming to a pre-arranged meeting, you may enter the building through the Administration Offices door at 23 Maple Drive.

If you would like to drop off materials for the Commercial Building and Zoning Department, you may leave them in the bin provided in the entryway of the Administration Offices.  


Prairie Township encourages you to prevent and minimize the spread of COVID-19 by taking precautions and knowing the symptoms.    PREVENTION    PRECAUTIONS    SYMPTOMS


COVID - 19 Instructional Bulletin for Prairie Township

The following instructional bulletin was developed in conjunction with several Central Ohio Medical Directors (Emergency Physicians who direct local Fire and EMS agencies) based on information and directions provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Ohio Dept. of Health (ODH). This bulletin provides guidance on what to do if you feel you may have contracted COVID-19 (the illness associated with Coronavirus). Also included, are resources that can be used for further information gathering. If you call PTFD stations for information, you will be directed to these phone numbers and websites for answers to your questions. Be assured that your fire department is doing everything we can to keep ourselves and our community as safe and as healthy as possible. By closely following these guidelines you, too will be helping to keep us all safe and healthy.

Thank you for your support and cooperation!

Fire Chief Allen Scott

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Additional information on COVID-19 can be found at: 

The Ohio Department of Health https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/ 

Franklin County Public Health https://myfcph.org/ 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention https://www.cdc.gov/ 

COVID-19 Assistance for Franklin County Business https://development.franklincountyohio.gov/covid-19-businesses-assistance-guide
               Paycheck Protection Program Application https://home.treasury.gov/system/files/136/PPP-Lender-Application-Form-Fillable.pdf 



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  1. LVN Street Light Underground Wire Replacement Phase 4

    Beginning in September 2020 AEP Crews will be in Lincoln Village North starting phase 4 of their Street Light Underground Wire Replacement Program. Read on...
  2. Report a Rat

    If you have a rat problem, please report it to Franklin County Public Health using their Report a Rat Problem Line at (614) 525-4762 or by filling out a web form at: https://form.jotform.com/82943074405154 Read on...
  3. LITTLE FARMS PHASE 1 WATERLINE REPLACEMENT UPDATE

    Phase 1 restoration on Buena Vista, Beacon-Hill, Maple & Pasadena Read on...
  4. LITTLE FARMS PHASE 2 WATERLINE REPLACEMENT

    Phase 2 residents on Lawrence, Lennox, Emmit, Beacon-Hill, Kanard, Hilliard-Rome & Smith Read on...
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Recently there as been an increase in the rat population in Franklin County.

If you have a rat problem, please report it to Franklin County Public Health using their Report a Rat Problem Line at (614) 525-4762. You can also report a problem to Franklin County Public Health by filling out a web form at:
Franklin County Public Health Report a Rat

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Prairie Township encourages you to prevent and minimize the spread of the COVID-19 by taking precautions and knowing the symptoms.    PREVENTION    PRECAUTIONS    SYMPTOMS

2020 Census

Once every ten years the federal government conducts a census to count everyone in the United States. For the first time ever, the U.S. Census Bureau will accept responses online and by phone. More than $675 billion in federal funding flows back to states and local communities based on Census information. Beginning in March you will receive your Census 2020 material. Respond online and be counted!     Census 101     Census 101 (Spanish)     Census 101 (Sumali)