EMERGENCY or EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE (EMS):
Dial 9-1-1. The EMS is located at the Woodville Township Fire Station on Fort Findlay Road
Woodville has a volunteer fire department
Business/Personal -DIRECT TO FIRE DEPARTMENT: 419-849-3232
Non Emergency -COUNTY DISPATCHER: 419-849-3020
The village provides 24 hour police protection. The station is located in
the Town Hall, 219 W. Main Street, Woodville. Chief of Police: Roy Whitehead.
Business/Personal -DIRECT TO POLICE DEPARTMENT: 419-849-2211
Non Emergency -COUNTY DISPATCHER: 419-849-3020
Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Service is provided by Time Warner Cable at 1-800-617-4311
Columbia Gas is located in Bowling Green, OH 1-800-362-6621.
After Setting up your Columbia Gas account, if you wish to become a part of the
Village Gas Aggregation Program, call Interstate Gas 1-800-280-4474. Call the Village
Fiscal Officer for questions regarding the Gas Aggregation Program.
Amplex Internet, Marc Radabaugh, Owner. 419-833-3635, 1-888-419-3635 or email@example.com
Century Link 1-800-407-5411
ZONING AND/OR BUILDING PERMITS: Permit applications are available at 530 Lime Street. The
Zoning Inspector is Bill Rowles at 419-849-2105
Village owned and located at 205 Erie St: 419-849-2005. Passes are available after May 1st at 530 Lime
Street for a discounted price until 1:00 PM the day prior to the opening of the Pool. The Pool usually opens
after school closes and stays open until school begins, weather permitting.
The village operates a vegetation site for Village Residents ONLY! It is located
North of the village on South River Road / Port Clinton Road. The site is for grass clippings, shrub
or tree trimmings, and various yard waste items. Please follow directions on
the signs posted at the site. The site is open 9 AM - 9 PM year round.
There $1.00 usage fee per month.
VILLAGE WORKS ADMINISTRATOR: Keith Kruse at 530 Lime Street. Utility questions
other than bills 419-849-3031. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours are from 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday.
After hours utility emergency call county dispatch at 419-849-3020
VILLAGE Financial Officer:
Barbara (Barb) J. Runion at 530 Lime Street. 419-849-2731 or email email@example.com.
Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm.
Collection is provided by Buckeye Sanitation and is collected each Thursday beginning
at 7:30am except on a week with on of the six major holidays (New Years Day, Memorial
Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day), falls on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday then pickup will be on Friday. Garbage is
not to be put out before 5:00pm the evening before pickup. Billing is done
by the village, as a convenience, for the residents, the charge is added on your
monthly utility bill. The cost for basic garbage collection is $8.40 per month.
Pickup is limited to 4-30 gallon containers: extra bag tags can
be purchased for $0.50 per bag. ONE LARGE ITEM such as carpet,
chairs, sofas, mattress, washers, dryers, stoves, porcelain toilets & sinks
etc. are included in pickup each week. On items such as building material,
stone, auto parts, etc. Buckeye Sanitation will be able to help you. BUCKEYE
PHONE NUMBER IS 419-637-7022. Due to EPA regulations, grass clippings,
yard waste, leaves, shrub or tree trimmings etc. CAN NOT be included
in garbage pickup and must be taken to the vegetation site.
Recyclables are picked up on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month by Buckeye Sanitation.
In most cases, during the week of one of the six major holidays (see above), pickup
will occur on Friday of that week. Red tags for recyclables are available
at the Town Hall, 530 Lime Street or the local financial insitution(s). Place a red tag on recyclable bag and
place in a separate area from your regular garbage. Aluminum, tin, glass and
plastic can be placed in one bag. Newspapers and magazines (no junk mail)
should be placed in a separate bag. Corrugated cardboard ONLY is recylable
and should be tied in bundles. Most large appliances are recyclable but are picked up on a weekly basis.
The more the Village recycles, the lower the rates are for garbage collection along with making the
Village eligible for grant monies.
Electric, Water, Sewer, Garbage, and Yard Waste are billed monthly. The billing
is done at the Utility Billing Clerk's Office at 530 Lime Street and bills are mailed
around the 15th of the month. The bills are for the previous month's usage.
There is a Power Adjustment (PF), billed to eachc bill based on electric usage.
This charge is based on the total amount billed to the Village by our power supplier
and billed to each customer based on their KW usage.
Payment for the current bill is due by the last day of the month it has been billed
in. There is sa 10% discount if the bill is paid by the end of the month (TOTAL
AMOUNT DUE area on the bill), the AFTER DUE DATE area is the gross bill amount.
Bills can be paid at Fremont Federal Credit Union, Hungtington National Bank, 530 Lime Street, Town
Hall (in the night drop box,) or mailed to Post Office Box 156. You may also pay on-line from your
financial institution (some banks will send us a check allow at least 10 days for your financial
institution to get payment to the Village.)
If you will be moving out of the village or have any questions regarding your
utility service contact:
Utility Billing Clerk: Dawn Brockbrader
Phone: 419-849-2731 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday - Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm
The Village of Woodville is located on State Route 20, just 25 miles East of Toledo
and 16 miles West of Fremont. We are governed by a non-charter type government
MAYOR: Richard A. Harman
SIX COUNCIL MEMBERS: Ty Tracy (President), Judy Karchner, Dennis Fetzer,
Stephanie Rizor, Joe Riffle, Jeff Tate
All positions are elected by the residents of the village.
Tax Rate: The Village is funded by a 7.4 mil 5-year replacement
levy which went into effect January 2012
The Village maintains a full-time Police Department, two Village Parks, Village
Streets, Village owned public buildings, including the Library and Town Hall.
The Village also owns and operates their own Water Plant, Sewer Plant, and Electric
Woodville Township operates its own E.M.S. which includes service for the Village.
They also maintain the local cemeteries’. This is supported by a tax levy.
Woodville Township Clerk: Lori Kepus 419-849-2492
Woodville Township Senior Center (WSOS): 419-849-3636
Services provided in Woodville - Fremont Federal Credit Union and Huntington National
Toledo Blade (Carrier Delivered), Fremont News Messenger (Carrier Delivered), U.S.A.
Today (Carrier Delivered), Suburban Press (No Cost Carrier Delivered)
Solomon Lutheran Church, United Methodist Church, Trinity Assembly of God, Woodville
Solomon Lutheran Christian Day School:
Nursery through 6th - Extended Care Program
Woodmore Public School: Kindergarten through Grade 6 in Woodville.
Grade 7 through 12 in Elmore
For any questions, please feel free to contact us at 419-849-2731
Barbara J. Runion: Fiscal Officer - email@example.com
Dawn Brockbrader: Utilities Clerk - firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE MAIL ALL CORRESPONDENCE FOR ANY VILLAGE DEPARTMENT TO
POST OFFICE BOX 156 WOODVILLE, OH 43469