Washington Township Road Department maintains 41 miles of Township Roads. They are responsible for snow removal and ice control in the winter and mowing ditches in the summer. Through the summer months they also maintain all street signs on township roads, clean ditches, and can put in culverts at the homeowners' request.
Each summer the summer road program consists of paving 3-4 miles of road within the township. The cost of the 2017 Road Porogram was approximately $225,000.
Buddy Mohr, the Road Superintendant, has worked as part of the road crew for 15 years and Scott Zurbrugg was recently hired in December 2017 when Buddy was promoted to the Superintendant position.