SHREDDING EVENT SEPTEMBER 24, 2022 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM OR UNTIL FULL HARRISON TOWNSHIP CIVIC CENTER 9940 NEW HAVEN RD.
DRUG TAKEBACK OCTOBER 29, 2022 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM HARRISON TOWNSHIP CIVIC CENTER 9940 NEW HAVEN RD.
The Harrison Police Department has issued a Crime Alert after receiving multiple reports of vehicle thefts, vehicle break-ins, and one stolen car report from city neighborhoods.
The department said the stolen vehicle had the keys left in the vehicle, unlocked, and the other thefts from vehicles were from vehicles left open or in several cases the vehicle windows were broken out.
Harrison Police are asking that all residents lock their vehicles and remove all purses, wallets, credit cards and other valuable items from their vehicles when parking on public street or in driveways. All residents please secure their garage doors and do not leave keys, key fobs, or garage openers in their vehicles.
Harrison Police are asking for assistance in identifying two females who were using stolen credit cards taken from Harrison vehicles at the BP station on Boudinot Avenue. The female suspects were driving a late model Jeep Compass. Anyone having information is requested to contact the Harrison Police Department at (513) 203-1567 or CrimeStoppers at (888) 352-3040.
Any change of a meeting time/date will be posted at the Civic Center, the Community Center and on the website.
9940 New Haven Road, Harrison, OH 45030
Rental Fee is $200 for four hours for Harrison Township residents, plus a $200 deposit which is refundable upon completion if the building and its contents are left as it was found.
For reservation information call (513) 202-0238 leave a message and someone will get back with you.
There has recently been break-ins to outbuilding in the township.
Please keep your sheds and barns secured and your garage doors closed.
Keep an eye out in your neighborhood. If you see something out of the normal call 911.
If you do have a break-in call 911. It is extremely important you file a report.
Harrison Township founded in 1853 still retains much of its rural charm and beauty as it did when it began. The township is family oriented, comfortable with an independent small town environment. Harrison Township residents are proud of their clean river and streams, clean air and abundant open and green spaces.
Although, Harrison Township is situated in a country setting, its strategic location within the metropolitan area makes it an ideal place to live and businesses to thrive and grow.
Harrison Township is the northwestern gateway to the Cincinnati Metropolitan area as well as the urban center of a still rural four county area. Located on I-74 with close access to I-275 and the Ronald Reagan (Cross County) Highway, there is easy access to the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky airport and other parts of the county and States of Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.
Harrison Township presents a special case of being an unincorporated area within an urban center, the City of Harrison. Harrison Township has a tight bond with the City of Harrison; the Harrison Community Center is funded by both entities, along with senior services. Harrison Township retains its fire and emergency medical transport from the City of Harrisons outstanding Fire Department.
Harrison Township abuts the State of Indiana to the west, Crosby by Township to the east, Whitewater Township to the south and Butler County to the north.