The Jackson Township, Hamilton County, Trustee’s Office is here for our community and we have provided a wealth of information and resources on this site. You will find our available services, and if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact us via call, text, email, or through our Contact Form.
Jackson Township is the northern tri-town area of Hamilton County which consists of the Town of Cicero, Town of Arcadia, and Town of Atlanta.
Encompassing approximately 55 square miles and a population of around 10,500, we are home to Hamilton Heights Schools, the Seventh Day Adventist School, and Morse Reservoir. You need to look no further to find a lakeside community, train depot, delicious restaurants, and small-town charm.
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The township government is a local unit of government, originally rural in application. They are geographic and political subdivisions of a county. The township is identified by a name, such as Jackson Township, Hamilton County. The responsibilities and the form of the township government is specified by the state legislature. Most township governments have an elected board of trustees, and some additional offices, such as Clerk, may also be elected.
The township trustee is responsible for township assistance, fire protection, cemetery maintenance and noxious weed complaints. A more thorough description of this position is available as well.