We are all humbly honored that you have chosen us to represent you. Please do not hesitate to contact any of us with your concerns. We are here to help make our township a better community for everyone!
Monthly board meetings are held on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 6:30pm in the townhall located at 1109 S.R. 7. Township residents are encouraged to attend. Your input is important to us!
Barbara Culp, Trustee 440-344-7989
Robert Jackson, Chairman 440-812-8622
Gaylord Millard, Trustee 577-1139
Bette Brent, Fiscal Officer 577-1408
Richard Rea, Zoning Inspector 577-1578
Randy Williams, Road Superintendent
Town Hall office 577-1015
Mail address: Pierpont Township, 5657 Caine Rd., Pierpont OH 44082
The Pierpont Township Zoning Codes and most recent meeting minutes are now online, simply scroll down to Downloads page and click on to view.
COMMUNITY NOTICE We have been notified that our local American Legion will no longer be able to organize our annual Memorial Day parade and they are asking for someone or an organization to take this over. Please contact Jerry Redmond 577-1483 or Norm Woodard 577-1522.
DID YOU KNOW??Pierpont Township was officially organized in 1818!
Pierpont is an attractive, vibrant small rural community of industrious people surrounded by rivers, agricultural and forested landscapes with a strong social and economic center.
COMMUNITY SURVEY.The results of the Pierpont Community Survey conducted in June, 2018 were shared with the community on September 4th at the Pierpont Volunteer Fire Department red building at 7:30pm, following the regular Pierpont Township Trustee Meeting at 6:30pm. The survey had an excellent response rate of 30% with over 200 Pierpont residents and landowners answering questions. The Pierpont Revitalization Committee has analyzed the survey and will be presenting a vision for Pierpont based on survey findings. Residents overwhelmingly valued the small town rural atmosphere of Pierpont and its strong sense of community. The volunteer fire department, US Post Office, Pymatuning Valley Schools, and local churches were given high importance ratings. Respondents also placed high value on living close to the natural environment, the West and East Branches of the Ashtabula rivers, Pierpont’s agricultural and forested landscape, nearness to Lake Erie and Pymatuning Lake and closeness to family and friends. A number of people wrote comments in the survey margins that Pierpont was a great place to live, to raise a family, and to retire in. Some respondents were new to Pierpont in the last ten years, others have lived in Pierpont 20 to 30 years, and others indicated they were life-long residents with grandparents that settled Pierpont. Respondents’ vision for Pierpont is an attractive community with a strong social-economic center. Ninety-percent wanted more local shopping opportunities and 76% thought that lack of destination services in downtown Pierpont was a problem. More than half of respondents claimed they would definitely or likely use a convenience food store, a full service grocery, a diner or restaurant, banking services, a hardware store, a beer-wine-spirits store, a bakery and a general merchandise store. Respondents expressed high levels of concern for the inadequacy of Pierpont’s infrastructure including lack of access to reliable high-speed internet service and lack of a sewer system downtown to draw new businesses and expand existing businesses. The high cost of repair and replacement of sewer systems, aging housing stocks and the number of poor quality buildings throughout the township were also considered problems. There is widespread agreement that Pierpont is a great place to live and there is a shared desire to keep the community strong and vibrant. This means there is a need to renew and strengthen Pierpont’s legacy of economic vibrancy by rebuilding the social-economic center. Pierpont residents are encouraged to attend the meeting to support the search for solutions and the revitalization of Pierpont.
To download two page summary of findings scroll to Downloads page and click on 2018 August 22 Key findings of Pierpont community survey..
To download the presentation scroll to Downloads page and click on 2018 Sept. 4 presentation Pierpont Community Survey results
Randy Williams is our Road Superintendent. In addition to taking care of our roads he brings with him specialized training and years of prior experience working on all types of equipment and is a master trouble-shooter. We are very fortunate to have someone with his talents working for our township!
We are happy to announce that we have hired a new part-time road work assistant, Dave Waldron. He has many years of experience and will be a great addition to our township road dept.
We purchased this beauty on March 25, 2016 and was a much needed addition to our fleet!
We will be developing a road improvement plan soon and will prioritize accordingly.
Evergreen Cemetery located at 1155 Cemetery Rd. is our current beautiful, peaceful resting place for our loved ones. We have two additional historical cemeteries in the township, those being Hall Rd. Cemetery at the end of Hall Rd. and Gould Rd. Cemetery located off of Stanhope-Kelloggsville Rd. We have burials dating back to the 1800's.
Barbara Culp, trustee, has taken on the duties of all cemetery business. She can be reached by cell phone at 440-344-7989. She is the coordinator of all burials between the township and funeral homes. If you would like to purchase a cemetery lot or have any questions, please give her a call.
Full Burial Grave Opening
Saturday or holiday
scheduled prior to 12:30pm 550.00
scheduled after 12:30pm 650.00
Ashes & baby burials*
Saturday or holiday
scheduled prior to 12:30pm 200.00
scheduled after 12:30pm 250.00
*Containers more than 1 sq. ft. reg. grave rate applies
Resident $100. ea.
Limit 6 graves maximum purchase
$15.00 per cu. ft. (these are for the headstone's foundation)
Horner's Woods located on Turner Rd. was endowed to the township by Russell Horner. It consists of 71 acres of beautiful forest.
This is an area behind our local Volunteer Fire Dept. for the public to enjoy. Also, on the grounds is the red building, which houses a community room and is adjacent to our baseball field.
This is our roadside mowing tractor.
This Gradall is one of the most amazing machines that we recently purchased. It is specifically designed for berm removal. You will be seeing alot of this machine on our back roads. Having the berms removed will let the water find its' way into the ditch!
This is our baby dump truck/snowplow!
A very special thank you to Lois Wright Morton, Ph. D. for her expertise and beautiful photographs that made this website possible. Also, thank you to Randy Williams for the photos of our equipment in action--awesome!
This is our new big boy dump truck/snowplow! It's a real beaut!