At Township Hall unless otherwise noted.

Regular Meeting
December 11, 7pm

December 13, 6:30pm
Regular Meeting



On October 5, 2018, the annual program Good Morning Canfield took place at the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center (MCCTC). The aforementioned featured updates about Canfield.
Please click on the links below to view the presentations.
Canfield Township 2018 Updates

JEDD~Millennial Moments

The information pertaining to the  proposed JEDD Agreement between Canfield Township and the City of Canfield can be viewed by
clicking on the links below.

Site Plan ~ Millennial Moments

Millennial Moments Overlay Zoning

Proposed Millennial Moments JEDD Agreement

To view the PowerPoint presentations on the Annexation Informational & Updated Informational Meetings that were held in 2017,  please go the the Community Tab then click on Annexation.


Canfield Township participates in a Natural Gas Aggregation Program.
Dominion residents are supplied by IGS Energy
Rate: $3.34/Mcf = $0.334/Ccf

Columbia Gas residents are supplied by Volunteer Energy
Rate: $4.16/Mcf = $0.416/Ccf

The rates are effective from
October 2018 - September 2019
Please click on the link below for more information.
Gas Aggregation Program

Canfield Cemetery

Dean Hill Cemetery

Canfield Township Cemetery Sexton - Bob Burkett 330-503-1083 
Dean Hill Cemetery - 7421 N. Palmyra Rd., Canfield, Ohio 44406

In 1822 a Baptist church was organized at the house of David Hayes near the site of the present cemetery. In 1827-28, influenced by a visit from Walter Scott, most of the members were converted to the new Disciple faith.  A church was erected soon after on land purchased from William Dean. A burial ground was provided at the site with existing grave markers dating to 1837. The congregation grew so rapidly that in 1848 some of the members withdrew to form a second Disciple church in the village of Canfield. By 1867 most of the original founders had died and the dwindling congregation decided to unite with the church in town. The old frame church was abandoned but remained a landmark until it was razed in the late 1880’s. Today only the carriage step stone remains as a reminder of the church location. The Dean Hill Cemetery continues to serve as a final resting place for the descendants of its founders and for the Canfield community.

We can help you dig a little deeper in finding the final resting places of famous folks, friends and family members.

Find A Grave is a free website that lists cemeteries from all over the world.  By clicking on the link below, it will open a webpage for Dean Hill Cemetery.  At this time, there are 294 interments listed.

This webpage will be updated on a frequent basis.  Dean Hill Cemetery

  Why people choose Dean Hill Cemetery:

  • It is a quiet county cemetery.
  • We allow upstanding markers.
  • We allow flowers/plantings.
  • It is very well kept and clean.

Complete Cemetery rules, regulations and cost
please click on the PDF below

Commonly Asked Questions:

Do I have to live in the township to be buried here?


Do we allow burials on weekends/holidays?

There are no Sunday or Holiday burials. Saturday burials are additional.

Do I have to use a funeral home?
No, however a vault is required for full body burials so a vault company will be required. You will also need to obtain a burial permit for both full burials and the burial of cremains. All burials require advance notice.

Do we allow vertical markers?

Yes. A foundation will need approval by the sexton. The foundation must be paid for in advance and the Township will then install the foundation and notify the monument company for installation.

Can I dig the foundation myself?


Do we allow real flowers/plantings?

Yes. They must remain on your plot and be maintained or they will be removed.

Do I have to speak with the Sexton before purchasing a plot?


What is our oldest marker?

We have a marker with a birthdate of 1787.