Grafton Township Road Department 17109 State Route 83 Grafton, OH. 44044 440-926-2354
Road Supervisor Bob Richards
Grafton Township Total Road Miles = 19.41
The following Roads are serviced by Grafton Township:
- Erhart Road – between Island Road and Route 57
- Erhart Nothern (1/2) – between Route 303 and Grafton Eastern
- Crocker – between Cowley Road and Valley City line
- Law Road – between Medina County line and Vermont Street
- Neff Road – between Medina County line and Dunham Road
- Dunham Road – from Route 83 east to the Medina County line and from Neff to Chamberlain
- Island Road – between Route 303 and Law Road
- Crook Street – between Route 57 and Chamberlain and from Chamberlain to the railroads
- Chamberlain Road – from Law Road south to Dunham Road
- The subdivisions of Highlands, Haystacks and Country Woods
The following Roads are serviced by Lorain County: For issues with County Roads please call the Lorain County Engineers Office at 440-329-5584
- Cowley Road – from Route 303 North to Eaton Township Line
- Island Road – from Route 303 North to the Eaton Township Line
- Grafton Eastern – from Medina County Line to State Route 83
- Mennell Road – from Neff Road North to State Route 57
- Chamberlain Road – from Law Road North to Grafton Village Line
The following Roads are serviced by the State of Ohio: For issues with State Roads please call ODOT at 440-774-6681
- State Route 57
- State Route 83
- State Route 303
All travelers on the township roads, please remember that when you see a missing road sign or find a dangerous situation on any township roadway, you are asked to contact the township road department or a township trustee as soon as possible. Should you leave a message after hours, please remember to include your name and contact information so we can confirm the location and the needed repair.
We also ask that residents do not place leaves, brush or other yard debris in the ditches. This will restrict drainage from township roads. Please try to keep personal property far enough off the road right of way to ensure the township’s ability to maintain ditches and ensure everyone’s safety.
The extent of work done on the roads throughout the township can range from widening, new drain work, resurfacing, correcting or replacing ditch lines, line striping and so forth. Repairing potholes that have developed is an ongoing project throughout the township. Spring through the fall months will find many of the roads repaired throughout the township.
Maintaining the road system is a multifaceted task. Other projects that are involved in the broad spectrum of work done by the Grafton Township Road Department includes brush cutting, sign replacement and installation, vehicle maintenance, mowing, maintenance and funeral internments in the cemeteries, township complex projects and upkeep of the existing park areas.