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Drug Collection and Electronics Recycling DayDrug Collection and Electronics Recycling event scheduled for April 27 read more
Tentative Community Center Rates Proposedread more
Calculating the Yearly Costs for the Violet Township Parks & Recreation (Community Center) LevyThere are two ways to calculate the yearly cost. These graphics show you how.
VIOLET TOWNSHIP EDC
Violet Township is at the center of it all. This is where families and businesses come to put down roots, grow and thrive. Located only twenty minutes from Columbus, we are in the center of opportunity in the I-70 and US 33 Corridors. Yet, we are far enough away to create an incredible sense of community. Here, neighbors greet neighbors, families meet up at our local parks and restaurants, and business owners know their customers. Just like our namesake, Violet is beautiful and graceful, yet strong and thriving. That’s what makes Violet so special and unique. We offer businesses and families the best of both worlds. Moving to Violet gives families the opportunity to live somewhere quiet and beautiful that still has an urbanized feel and is close to the big city.
We have an affluent and highly educated population with a median income of $100,000. This makes Violet Township an ideal place to launch or expand a business. We have a built-in customer-base of over 40,000 and are prepared for future growth. As a Township, we encourage entrepreneurism and work to help businesses of all sizes to grow and to thrive. For these reasons and many more, Violet Township is the right choice for your business opportunity.learn more
Violet Township residents have come together to help lead several task force and focus group meetings to identify the spatial and programming needs of a community center as well as potential funding options. The Township’s consultants, Moody Nolan, Inc. and Rockmill Financial Consulting, LLC, have guided these groups through this process. The work from these committees has been formed into a potential community center layout, prepared by Moody Nolan, with a recommended funding package from the Community Center Finance Committee.
On Feb. 6, Violet Township officials moved forward with plans to seek a 4.6-mill levy this May that would support the construction and operations of a community center. The township filed paperwork with the Fairfield County Board of Elections by the deadline for items to be included on the May 7 primary election ballot. Officials are seeking a 25-year, 4.6-mill levy that would provide funds to build a $46 million community center and operate it for its first 25 years.