Jeff Uckotter

Appointed by the Batavia Township Board of Trustees, joined Batavia Township as administrator in November 2021. Jeff is responsible for the conduct of the day-to-day operations of the township government. Under the direction of the Trustees, his responsibilities include developing township policies and implementing the decisions of the Board. Jeff also works with Batavia Township’s fiscal officer to set the township budget and oversee its implementation via the township’s departments. The expected goal is the efficient and proper delivery of services to the residents of the township.

Jeff has an extensive background in local government in Clermont County, specifically on economic development and land use planning topics. Serving as the Township Planner for over five years, Jeff came from the Miami Township Community Development Department. From 2014 to 2016, Jeff served as a Field Representative for Congressman Brad Wenstrup. In Jeff’s first job out of college, in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Agriculture and the US Department of Agriculture, he served as an Inventory Arborist on the Asian Longhorned Beetle project in Clermont County’s Tate Township.

A graduate of Sycamore High School and the University of Cincinnati (DAAP), Jeff also obtained his master’s degree in public administration from Eastern Kentucky University. Jeff, his wife Chelsey, and daughter Kennedy are excited to be part of the Batavia Township family!

If you ever have any questions or concerns, Jeff always welcomes you to reach out to him!