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Duties of the Trustee

A Township Trustee is an elected official in the local government of the U.S. state of Indiana. A township trustee administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years.

Indiana law requires that the Township Trustees provide essential services to the residents and businesses of the Township. Because of its “grassroots” structure, the Township Trustee system is designed specifically to quickly meet the needs of the individual in an emergency.

A Township Trustee is an elected official in the local government. A township trustee administers a township, which is a political subdivision of a county, and in common with most other state officials serves a term of four years. Current Trustee Debbie Driskell took office on January 1, 1991 . She also serves as Executive Director of the Indiana Township Association.

Delaware Township is one of nine townships in Hamilton County, Indiana and covers an area of 15.79 square miles.

Delaware Township’s Boundaries Are

  • East and west are Cumberland Road and the White River
  • North and south boundaries are 146th Street and 96th Street