The Paris Township road department maintains 52 miles of roads within the township. The road department is responsible for snow removal, salting, and keeping township roads clear throughout the winter months. The rest of the year the road department does many things, such as patching roads, berming and ditching roads, cleaning ditches, keeping grass and brush mowed back along roads, and also maintaining road signs.
Every year there are roads that are repaved or chip and sealed. The township averages around 5 miles of road resurfacing each year.
Todd Kirkpatrick was hired in 2016 as the Paris Township Road Superintendent.
Clark Neikirk has worked for Paris Township on the road crew since 2007.