The Trustees are responsible for overseeing services to the Township.
Spring Valley Township takes great pride in the 33 miles of road we are responsible for maintaining.
Please use the "Report an Issue" feature or call one of the Trustees to report a problem on a roadway.
Walton Park is located on the corner of Elm and Main Streets. We work hard to keep the park looking beautiful and making it a fun place for community members to spend time. Each spring, the park hosts a FREE youth softball program for all children—even those who don't reside in Spring Valley Township.
In December 2012, the park received a new playground set and in September 2013 new swing sets. These new pieces of equipment where purchased with a combination of grants and money raised from parking during the potato festival.
The park also has a pavilion that is available to reserve for picnics, outings, meetings, and reunions.
For more information contact Rhonda Painter at (937) 475-2408.
The Township is responsible for selling and maintaining the Spring Valley Cemetery as well as a portion of the New Burlington Cemetery. We work hard to keep both cemeteries beautiful. Click here to see the cemetery rules. No Saturday, Sunday or Holiday burials. Only top seal vaults are permitted.
Our fees are as follows:
Resident of Township:
Single Grave: $425
Single Grave: $690
Infant or Cremation Burial: $250
Concrete Foundation: $.40 per sq in + 1" border
Transfer of Deed: $25 Per Deed
We also have niches in a beautiful Columbarium at the Spring Valley Cemetery available for purchase. Each niche will hold two cremains. For more information please contact Kitty Crockett at (937) 603-0348.
The Spring Valley Senior Center is funded through a levy, a variety of donations, fundraisers, and grants. This Senior Center is an important community center, and we encourage anyone from Spring Valley and surrounding communities to get involved or volunteer!
In July 2013, the Senior Center moved to its new location of 2551 US Route 42 South, right next to the Fire Department.
Please check out the Spring Valley Senior Center website for information and upcoming activities.
Report an Issue
We try our best to keep Spring Valley Township in great shape, but we can't be everywhere, so if you encounter a problem or issue, please report it here and we will address it as soon as possible.
Fire Department Contact Form
For emergencies call 9-1-1