Civic pride is still prevalent in Harrison Township. Family friendly activities occur throughout the year, at little to no cost to our residents. This is in addition to all of the services and events, which are provided for the appreciative citizens of our community. Thus, with a generous helping and understanding of our past, the vision to provide a stable future, and a beneficial and community mindedness, Harrison Township is providing an attractive place for many to call home.

township Services

The B&O Depot Museum is the only building in Southwest Licking County, outside of Pataskala, to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.​​

This website contains many Harrison Township Forms & Applications for you to print out, fill in and mail or deliver to the Township offices.





Harrison Township is growing at a rapid pace. This is due to the many public services provided, the improving facilities and infrastructure.​

Keep in touch with important Harrison Township news and notices. Bulletins, such as meeting date changes, can be found on this link.
Harrison Township

Zoning Department  740-927-8277

Roads Department  740-927-8280

Harrison Township Offices are located at 

6750 Outville Road, Pataskala, Ohio 43062. ​

Zoning Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9 AM to 5 PM

Road Department Hours: Monday-Friday: 7 AM to 3:30 PM



Township Trustees:         

First Monday of Month 6:00 p.m.

Zoning Commission:
First Tuesday of the Month 7:00 p.m.

Board of Zoning Appeals:
Meet as required

Harrison Township is a Historic, Farming and Residential Community in Licking County, Ohio.

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Electric Aggregation Notice

The current contract for electric aggregation is expiring. However, we have entered into an agreement with Volunteer Energy to provide electric at the rate of $0.0498 per kWh from March 1, 2019 to Nov. 30, 2021. Initially, we were going to renew with our current contract holder, at the same rate we’ve been at, but this option, with Volunteer, presented itself. As such, there will be a two month stage where the customers are in an open period, supplied by the utility, until March 1st. If you are in a Co-op, you are not eligible for participation in the program (much of the Beechwood Trails area). Further, as with the previous contract, customers are always permitted to opt out from the township aggregation program, at any time, without paying a fee. Finally, all customers should be receiving notices in the mail from Trebel LLC and Volunteer Energy shortly, as we just signed the contract late last week. Should you have any questions, please reach out to one of the trustees, or Volunteer Energy at 800-977-VESI.

Bulletin Board

Founded in 1816