At Township Hall unless otherwise noted.

September 18, 8am
Special / Regular Meeting

October 8, 7pm
Regular Meeting


September 12, 6:30pm
Regular Meeting



Canfield Community JEDD Board
will meet at 3pm on the following Dates:
September 18, 2019
December 18, 2019

in the conference room at
Windsor House of Canfield
6445 State Route 446,
Canfield, Ohio.
The Public is Welcome to attend.

Any Township resident effected by major flooding inside your home on May 28, 2019 is asked to contact the Mahoning County Emergency Management Agency by calling 211 to report the damage.

Canfield Township Land Use Plan (CLUP) will hold a public forum at the
Canfield Library

Wednesday, October 9th at 6:30 pm.

Canfield Township is having their annual Electronics Recycling Drive. 
Please see below for more information.

Saturday, September 28th
Electronics Drive 2019

Canfield Township 2019 Comprehensive Land Use Plan

Canfield Township is taking on the task of developing a Comprehensive Land Use Plan to help guide the community into the future.

This slide show was presented on April 10th, 2019 at the first public forum held to discuss with residents and interested parties what a comprehensive plan is and what progress the planning committee has made thus far.

Explore the slides to review the timeline of the project, learn current trends in Canfield and the region and see initial planning goals. Most importantly, we want to hear your opinion. Throughout the presentation there are various poll questions to gauge public opinion on local issues. Weigh in and let us know your feelings on the community and what you would like to see going forward.

Please click on the link below.
Canfield Land Use Plan


FirstEnergy has developed a communication tool (handout) for their Ohio Edison customers that shows simple and convenient ways to get the most current information related to your electric service using the mediums you prefer.

Please check out the document below.
Ohio Edison

Natural Gas

Canfield Township participates in a Natural Gas Aggregation Program.

Dominion residents are supplied by IGS Energy.
If you have questions please contact the supplier IGS
at 1-877-353-0162.

Rate: $2.92/Mcf = $0.2926/Ccf

Columbia Gas residents are supplied by Volunteer Energy
If you have questions please contact the supplier Volunteer
at 1-800-977-8374.

Rate: $3.74/Mcf = $0.3745Ccf

The rates are effective from
October 2019 - September 2020
Please click on the link below for more information.
Gas Aggregation Program

A Place for Family & Friends
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Welcome to Canfield Township!

Update as of July 9, 2019

The Disaster Recovery Center is now open in Boardman to help renters, homeowners and businesses in Ohio affected by the storms and flooding of May 27 – 29, 2019. 

Please click on the link below for dates and times.
Disaster Recovery Center

Storm Update as of July 3, 2019

FEMA Disaster Declaration

YOUNGSTOWN, OH – Representatives from FEMA will be in the area starting Friday morning to meet with residents impacted by the May 28th flooding.  They will be talking with residents in the hardest hit neighborhoods and assisting with disaster assistance registrations.
Anyone that sustained damage in Mahoning County during the May 28th flooding event is encouraged to register with FEMA either through Disaster Assistance or 1-800-621-3362 (TTY: 1-800-462-7585).  The registration process takes approximately 20-30 minutes.

A Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) will be opened next week for residents to go and apply.  Representatives from FEMA and the SBA will be in the DRC to assist with the registration process and answer questions.  The location and hours of the DRC will be released once they are finalized with FEMA.

**The FEMA representatives will have on FEMA clothing and/or FEMA vest and a FEMA ID Badge that has a Federal Hologram on it.

The registration deadline to apply for FEMA assistance is August 19th, 2019.

When applying for Disaster Assistance have the following information ready:
  • Social Security number (one per household)
  • Address of the damaged home or apartment
  • Description of the damage
  • Information about insurance coverage
  • Telephone number
  • Mailing address
  • Bank account & routing numbers for direct deposit of funds

Canfield Township is a semi-rural community located in the center of Mahoning County in Northeast Ohio. It embraces country style living while offering the perfect balance of residential and commercial growth.  The Township is about 5 square miles, has a population of approximately 8,500 residents and  is part of the Canfield Local Schools system.

Canfield Township is governed by a Board of three Trustees, a Fiscal Officer and a Township Administrator. The Board of Trustees of Canfield Township believes being a Trustee is the most personal form of any government. Township administration is known across the country as the grass root government of America. In addition to all budget decisions, the services provided include the maintenance of township roads and ditches, strict zoning, fire protection through the Canfield Fire district, police services through the Mahoning County Sheriff's department, street lighting districts plus care of the township cemetery and the township park. The elected trustees fill their offices on a part-time basis, but are always available and ready to meet the individual needs of the community.

This website was created to provide general information on all services provided by Canfield Township including meeting dates, meeting minutes and easy connection to your elected officials. Should you have any questions or comments please visit the directory tab on this website.

View a Canfield Township ~ Zoning Map now.

Canfield Township Zoning MapHistory

Canfield, in 1798, became Township No. 1 in range No. 3 by the purchase from the Connecticut Land Company. This 16,324 acre tract was located on the southeastern border of the Connecticut Western Reserve Territory. It was purchased by six gentlemen; most of the land was owned by Judson Canfield. The Township was originally called Campfield; on April 15, 1800 it was voted to be called Canfield, in honor of Judson Canfield. Read more.