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Government Resources & Programs
 Poland Township Gas Aggregation Program Website
Poland Township Gas Aggregation Program is with I.G.S. Energy of Dublin, Ohio. The current rate is 3.96 per MCF and is a fixed rate for 12 months, effective October / November 2023 through October 2024. Any Poland resident may participate in this program by calling I.G.S. Energy at 1-877-353-0162 week days from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm EST.

Poland Township Electric Aggregation Program is with Energy Harbor; the current rate is 4.92 cents per kWh and is valid until May 2025. Any resident may participate in the aggression program by calling Energy Harbor at 1-866-636-3749, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Aqua Ohio, water quality and continuous service are our highest priorities.
Poland Township’s water is supplied by Aqua of Ohio. The cost is based on consumption, currently small user (2 people) pay approx. $23.91 per month, and larger user (4 people) pay approx. $45.64 per month. Any resident may contact Aqua Ohio (customer service) at 1-877-987-2782. Aqua of Ohio business is located at 6650 South Avenue, Boardman, Ohio, 44512.

Poland Township’s Sewer Management is supplied by the Mahoning County Sanitary Engineers Department. Rates are based on consumption and reflect a cost based on water use, so price is similar. Any resident can contact the Mahoning County Sanitary Engineers office at 330-793-5514.

Poland Township Cable is supplied by Armstrong Cable. Rates are based upon what services a customer chooses. To view services visit the website For television services call 1-877-277-5711 for internet and telephone call 1-877-486-4666.

"The mission of Mahoning County Government is to improve health, safety, and welfare of its citizens. Mahoning County Government is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the outstanding quality of life which has made our community a desirable place to live, work, and raise our children. By insuring economical, superior service to our citizens, County Government will insure the promotion of orderly growth for the economic health and safety of its citizens." - Adopted July 27, 1995.

We aspire to be the leader in community health improvement. Through the use of innovative, proactive, and collaborative approaches, we will ensure conditions of health equity, social justice and wellness for all.

Complaints about properties in the city of Youngstown must be directed to the Youngstown City Health District at 330-743-3333. This is a public record. Any information you submit on this form is available for public review. The District Board of Health will not accept anonymous or unsigned complaints.: pdfMahoning County District Board of Health Complaint Form.pdf