Bainbridge Township Service Department currently maintains 84 miles of roads with responsibilities involving snow removal, maintaining driveway culvert pipes, asphalt resurfacing and repair, berming, concrete work, cemetery interment and maintenance, clearing storm damage and roadside mowing.
We perform these services utilizing the following equipment: two wheel loaders, twelve dump trucks, Gradall, road grader, mini excavator, backhoe, asphalt roller, brush chipper, skid loader, bulldozer, two road side mowers and various support equipment.
The roads located within Bainbridge Township are maintained by four different entities:
TOWNSHIP ROADS are maintained by the Service Department. If you have a concern and live on a township road please call (440) 543-9874.
COUNTY ROADS are maintained by the Geauga County Engineer’s Office. Concerns regarding plowing, dead deer pick-up or road repairs should be directed to the County office at (440) 279-1800.
STATE ROADS are maintained by the Ohio Department of Transportation (O.D.O.T.). Concerns regarding plowing, dead deer pick-up, or road repairs should be directed to ODOT at (216) 584-2315.
PRIVATE ROADS are maintained by homeowner and/or Homeowners Associations.