Ronald Borczyk is the Township Manager. He serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Township.
The Manager is responsible for implementing the policies, resolutions and ordinances adopted by the governing body of the Township, which is the Board of Commissioners.
The Manager is responsible for all Township staff, departments and activities and is assisted by a team of Directors, overseeing departments including the Department of Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Community Development, Police and Finance.
Adam Ravenstahl is the Assistant Township Manager.
Ross Township's Administrative Department is responsible for implementing government policy alongside an academic discipline that studies implementation and prepares its civil servants working in public service.
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Board of Commissioners
Ross Township is governed by the Board of Commissioners as established under the First Class Township code. The Board plays the central role in township government by serving as the main legislative body of the township.
Boards, Agendas, Meetings and More
Check out the boards and commissions of Ross Township, their purpose, and their members.
Ross Township has many intergovernmental agreements with neighboring communities.
Read information about local and state elected officials.
The Finance Department of Ross Township is responsible for the fiscal affairs of the Township.
Parks & Recreation
The mission of the Ross Township Parks and Recreation Department is to provide a variety of leisure activities and facilities that will develop and satisfy your recreational needs.
The Ross Township Police Traffic Division issues over 3,500 citations in order to curb aggressive and careless driving keeping the roadways of Ross Township as safe as possible for residents and visitors.
The Ross Township Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining all township roadways, storm drains, the sanitary sewer system, maintaining the township parks, playgrounds and buildings, installing and replacing street signs and winter snow and ice control.
Right To Know Requests
Learn how to make a Right-To-Know request with the Township and what details are needed when you submit your request.
Ross Township Code of Ordinances