Road Maintenance Worker
Sheffield Township is seeking applicants for a full-time Maintenance Worker in the Road Department offering benefits and hospitalization. This position is 40 hours per week with some “on-call” and night hours if necessary due to road conditions or emergency situations. Responsibilities include maintenance work such as mowing grass, various asphalt repairs on Township Roads, trimming and chipping branches; plowing snow, salting streets, and assistance in maintaining roadways and ditches. Requires mechanical skills, experience in road/asphalt maintenance work including knowledge of methods, materials, and equipment used with a possible knowledge test to be given. Able to work outdoors in all types of extreme weather conditions. Knowledge in diesel and heavy-duty truck mechanical and electrical systems preferred. The successful applicant will have a valid Class B CDL, knowledge of occupational hazards, and safety precautions, and the ability to understand instructions. Subject to random drug and alcohol testing as required by DOT. Equal opportunity employer.
The hourly rate is commensurate with experience.
Send resume or letter of intent to Dave Underwood, 5133 Clinton Ave., Lorain OH 44055 or apply below.
Disposing of Bulky Items
Please be sure to properly prepare your bulk items before disposal.
Here's how you can help keep Rumpke drivers safe:
Set your items curbside the evening prior to the scheduled service day.
Appliances with Freon must have Freon removed by a licensed specialist and tagged accordingly.
Carpet must be cut into rolls no longer than 4 ft. and no heavier than 50 lbs.
Construction debris must be properly disposed of. Contact a Rumpke representative to discuss your options.
ALL upholstered items, such as mattresses, box springs and couches, MUST be wrapped in plastic. Please bags should be available at 5166 Clinton Ave., call 440.277.4215 to check availability.
Household hazardous waste does not belong in your trash or recycling. Items such as batteries, paint, tires, pool chemicals, propane tanks, syringes and electronics bust be disposed of properly. Contact your local solid waste district to find out how and where to properly dispose of household hazardous waste.
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Lorain County Solid Waste Recycling Information
RESIDENTS of Lorain County can drop off Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), E-Scrap, Fluorescent Bulbs and Ballast, Scrap Tires and books (paperback/hard cover).
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS located in Lorain County are limited to disposal of E-Scrap, Fluorescent Bulb and Ballast and books (paperback/hard cover). For large loads please read the following PDF’s on preparing your materials for delivery.
Acceptable Types of Household Hazardous Waste
Curbside Recyclables To assist apartment dwellers or other residents who don’t have curbside pickup of recyclables, the District now accepts curbside recyclables at the Collection Center. Plastic bottles marked #1-7 (look for the number inside the arrows on the bottom of the bottle), glass bottles and jars, steel food cans and aluminum beverage cans can be placed in one bag or box.
Newspapers, magazines, white copy paper, junk mail, cardboard (that is broken down) and boxboard (cereal, cracker, tissue boxes, etc.) can be placed in a second bag or box. Drop them off inside the Center during normal business hours.
For more information, please feel free to call 440-329-5440 or Contact the District.
The list below of Collection Center Acceptable & Unacceptable Materials is also available in a printable PDF format.
Corrosives: Acids, Caustics, Rechargeable Batteries, Button Batteries, Hydraulic Brake Fluid
Flammables: Latex-Based Paints/Stains/Sealers, Oil-Based Paints/Stains/Sealers, Aerosol Cans, Turpentine, Paint Thinner, Adhesives, Solvents, Oven Cleaners, Lighter Fluid, Butane Lighter Fluid, Oil Filters, Propane Tanks (Up to 33-Pound Only), Oxygen and MAPP Gas Cylinders
Reactives: Fertilizers, Pool Chlorine, Oxidizers
Toxics: Household Bleach, Antifreeze, Herbicides, Pesticides, Mercury & Mercury Devices, Roofing Tar, Concrete Sealers, Fire Extinguishers
E-Scrap: (Computers, TV's, & Other Electronics) Personal Computers (CPU), Video Monitors (CRT), Flat-Screen Monitors, Mice, Keyboards & Joysticks, Printers, Plotters & Scanners, Hard Drives & Tape Drives, Computer Speakers, Diskette Drives & CD Drives, Data Terminals & Modems, Servers & Network Hardware, UPS Systems, Cables & Circuit Boards, Software, Tapes, Diskettes & CD’s, Desktop Office Equipment (Typewriters, Calculators, Fax Machines, etc.), Household Televisions (Up to 27" Only; No Large Console TV's), Home Audio Equipment, Microwave Ovens, Smoke Detectors, Reference Manuals & Books, All Refillable Printer Cartridges, All Cell Phones (with battery, charger and other accessories preferred)
Scrap Tires: (Limited to 10 Tires): On-The-Rim / Off-The-Rim, Tires up to 20” Rim Diameter, All Bicycle & Motorcycle Tires
Fluorescent Lamp & Ballast: Straight Fluorescent Tubes, All Lengths (including green-tipped tubes), All U-Shaped, Circular and Odd-Shaped Lamps, Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL), Neon Lights and Signs (Tubing Only), High Intensity Discharge (HID) Bulbs, HPS, MH & MV Ballasts & Transformers from All Fluorescent Light Fixtures
MATERIALS NOT ACCEPTED
Ammunition, Explosives, Road Flares
Biomedical / Infectious Waste (Prescription Medications, Home Health Care "Sharps", etc.): Got drugs? The United States' Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) annually schedules a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, (for those who have accumulated unwanted, unused prescription drugs), to safely dispose of these medications for free.
All Appliances (Except Microwaves)
Non-Fluorescent Lamps (Household Bulbs, Spotlights, Headlights, etc.)
Tires (with a Rim Diameter Greater than 20")
Radioactive Materials (Except Smoke Detectors)
Asbestos in Any Form (Loose or Encapsulated)
Construction Debris (Shingles, Treated Lumber, Railroad Ties, Carpeting, etc.)
Televisions (with a Width Greater than 27")
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Please be aware that anyone soliciting within the Township must first obtain a permit. Solicitors must carry a copy of this permit and identification. Groups such as schools and scouts are exempt. Currently, there is one active permit on file with the Zoning Department. This permit was given to IGS and will run through the month of May. As a reminder, Sheffield Township is a community who has seen the benefits of partnering with NOPEC. We urge all residents to check on energy supply costs before considering a change in suppliers. ~Trustee Ted Adkins
Public Awareness Report: The Drug & Overdose Epidemic in Lorain County
Preservation of the health, safety and welfare of our county residents is a responsibility we take seriously. Fatal drug overdoses keep rising in Ohio with the Ohio Department of Health recently reporting a 20% increase. The impact is being felt in our community at an alarming rate.
Here in Lorain County (population 306,000), new research estimates 35,000 residents are misusing or abusing opioids*. Last year, 132 overdose deaths occurred. Some of the dead included grandparents. An alarming number of infants are being born displaying withdrawal symptoms due to drug exposure. 75% of our children being placed in foster care in the county is due to parental substance abuse.
Fentanyl is now being mixed with all kinds of street drugs triggering overdoses and death. It is alarming to report that the federal government has assigned two designations to our county because it has become one of the leading drug trafficking counties in the nation. This drug activity is harmful to our families, our children and our local economy ($200-million/year negative economic burden*).
This Public Awareness Report will provide you with the latest information on the severity of the toll the drug epidemic is having on our county. We continue to work with law enforcement and those on the front line providing treatment. This is a community crisis that we, as a community, must address for the sake of our families and the future of our county.
The Board of Lorain County Commissioners