Monclova Township is an unincorporated township located near the banks of the Maumee River, south of Toledo, 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 1900s.
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 for many growing families and businesses.
Monclova Township Monitor
Winter 2022 (includes Jan-June 2022 trash schedule)
TARTA Service in Monclova Township
Public Transit Service in Monclova Township, known as TARTA, offers services. Of particular interest may be TARTA Flex, an on-demand service designed to connect individuals with TARTA’s fixed line service. Individuals can book a ride 30-60 minutes in advance or schedule a trip the day before. Call 419-382-9901 or download TARTA flex app. Information on this and other services can be found at www.tarta.com or www.tarta.com/flex.
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