A Township Trustee is an elected official in the local government of the U.S. state of Indiana. A township trustee administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years.
Indiana law requires that the Township Trustees provide essential services to the residents and businesses of the Township. Because of its “grassroots” structure, the Township Trustee system is designed specifically to quickly meet the needs of the individual in an emergency.
A Township Trustee is an elected official in the local government. A township trustee administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years. Current Trustee Kevin Toth took office on January 1, 2019.
Hanover Township Residents,
The Hanover Township Trustees Office recognizes the need to minimize the spread of the Corona Virus and do what is necessary to keep our employees, as well as the public we serve safe. To meet this need, the Hanover Township Trustees Office follows the recomendations of the CDC and OSHA. These guidelines give recomendations on ways to prevent workplace exposures, common sense measures to reduce risk of spread and recomendations for cleaning and sanitizing facilities. We have provided the common place practices issued by these agencies to our employees as well as posting them in our facility for the general public. Our office is open for normal business. We ask that any unvaccinated clients please wear a mask when entering our offices. If you would like our staff to wear a mask while you are here please just let us know. The Hanover Township Trustees Office will follow these guidelines and implement updates as they are provided.
- Kevin Toth Hanover Township Trustee