Lyra Drive at E. Powell Road Roundabout

Project Managed by City of Columbus. 

Construction of new roundabout at the intersection of Lyra Drive and E. Powell Road. On schedule for completion Fall 2022.

Lazelle Road Culvert Replacement Complete – Road Now Open

Project Managed by Delaware County Engineer (DCEO)

Replacement of failed culvert and resurfacing of roadway on “old” section of Lazelle Rd. between US 23 and “new” Lazelle Rd. Replacement of culvert pipe and full depth road repairs are complete. Resurfacing is complete and roadway is open.

Playground Improvements


Ro Park Safety Surface

Installation of safety surfacing under the new and existing structures is underway. Landscape refurbishment will be delayed until the fall to increase chance for successful establishment of new plant material.

Playground still remains closed during construction but we are on track to open the playground July 1.

North Orange Aquatic Center

A big thank you to our Township Parks staff for applying fresh mulch in front of the Aquatic Center. Other improvements that have taken place at the Aquatic Center is the offseason is miscellaneous concrete repairs on the pool deck, audio system upgrades and upgrades to the front desk area that will hopefully make check-in more efficient for our pool members and their guest.

North Orange Park

The sealcoating has been applied on 5/11 to our multi-use paths in and around North Orange Park. Just in time for warm weather walks!

Ro Park

The new playground safety surfacing was laid on 5/11 under the existing playground structures. A reminder the whole playground is closed until construction is fully wrapped up.

Walker Woods Park

Installation of new safety surfacing is complete. Playground reopened on April 19th, 2022.

Visit our parks today!

Ro Park

Midstates Recreation has erected the new playground components on April 25th, 2022. The installation of safety surfacing, walkway paving, landscape refurbishment, and site restoration remain. Anticipate entire play area to be open no later than July 1st, 2022.


Zoning Code Open House



What does zoning mean for Orange Township?
We are updating our zoning code, and this is a chance for you to learn about the project, ask questions, and give feedback on what you’d like to see in a new zoning code.

WEDNESDAY, May 11, 2022

If you are unable to attend the open house in person, please send any questions or comments to More information about the event can be found at:

Healthy Delaware County

Delaware Public Health District – Recruiting New Coalition Members

Delaware Public Health District is looking for community members who are invested in the health of Delaware County residents, and would like to participate in a community coalition, The Partnership for a Healthy Delaware County. The Partnership is a community coalition housed within the Health District and chaired by community leaders, Fara Waugh (Executive Director, SourcePoint) and Chris Fink (Associate Professor of Health & Human Kinetics, OWU).

The Partnership vision is to create a community where all sectors of the county work together to provide opportunities for complete health and well-being. The coalition meets quarterly to plan, implement & evaluate Delaware County’s community health assessment (CHA) and community health improvement plan (CHIP) process. The CHA/CHIP process allows Partnership members to improve population health among all ages. Current coalition members include participants from all sectors of the County including:

  • Community Members
  • Faith-Based
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • EMS/Fire/Police
  • Community Organizations & Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Business

Starting in May, The Partnership will be kicking off a new community health assessment cycle, allowing members of The Partnership to review the most recent health data collected from Delaware County residents and prioritize the most pressing health issues facing our County. The Health District will be hosting a community data release event on May 18, 2022, at 8:30am (location TBD) which will highlight the findings from the most recent health survey results, collected from anonymous Delaware County residents this past fall.

Please join us – for more information on how to be involved, please contact: