Monclova Township, Ohio – Live, Work, Play!
Monclova Township is an unincorporated township located near the banks of the Maumee River, south of Toledo, Ohio in northwest Ohio. The name is derived from the Native American word meaning “one of a clan” according to Anna Gunn, a teacher at Monclova School in the early 1900’s.
Monclova Township was established on March 14, 1853 when Waynesfield Township was split into two smaller townships, Monclova and Springfield. Attractive housing, excellent schools and a growing economic base make Monclova Township the choice of many growing families and businesses.
From this website, you can explore the many offerings in Monclova Township – from services, meeting information, local regulations, or links to other government entities. If you have trouble finding what you are looking for on this website-please visits the “contact us” page for a specific person or department that is available to help you.
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