April 30, 2020 - Bulk Trash Pickup is Still Suspended
Waste Management has suspended all bulk pickup until further notice.There will be no bulk pickup on Monday, May 4th. Two dumpsters will be located at the West Jefferson Pool for your disposal needs. Please pass the word to those who do not have access to internet and social media. Thank you for your assistance.
April 16, 2020 - Reminder of Virtual Council Meeting
Please see "News and Notes" for information on how to join the meeting.
April 14, 2020 - Bulk Trash Pickup Suspended
Notice to Residents: Due to COVID-19, Waste Management has suspended all bulk pickup until further notice. Regular Trash and Recycling pickup will remain the same. The Village will provide updates as soon as they are available.
April 8, 2020 - Village Offices Remain Closed to Public
Utility and Income Tax Payments may be dropped off in the drop box or in the front door slot. Utility payments may also be made by phone, at 614-879-8655. Income tax payments may be made by calling 614-879-9757.
April 3, 2020 - Village Announces Virtual Council Meeting
The April 20th Council Meeting will be held remotely. Please see "News and Notes" for information on how to join the meeting.
March 31, 2020 - Coronavirus Update Madison County
Madison County Public Health (MCPH) is working on Coronavirus (COVID-19) response every single day. Details regarding our office service changes, issued State orders, and the most up-to-date information and guidance surrounding COVID-19, can be found on our website at covid.madisonph.org.
March 31, 2020 - Income Tax Filing Deadline
The Income Tax Madison County Public Health (MCPH) is working on Coronavirus (COVID-19) response every single day. Details regarding our office service changes, issued State orders, and the most up-to-date information and guidance surrounding COVID-19, can be found on our website at covid.madisonph.org.filing deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020. Please see the Income Tax page for further information.
March 25, 2020 - Village Offices Closing to the Public
Due to the COVID-19 Village Offices will be staffed however doors will be locked until April 6th 2020, customers will still be able to pay Water Payments either through the door slot or at our drop box located in our parking lot, if paying with cash please make sure that the cash is placed in an envelope, if you do not have your Water stub please write either your address, account number or name on the envelope. We also will be taking payments over the phone with a credit/debit card. Please know that we are still working normal hours Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:30pm so please feel free to call us with any questions.
Public Service Dept. 614.879.8655 “Option 1”
March 24, 2020 - Mayor's Notice
Covid-19, Coronavirus, continues to affect us all. We ask that everyone be patient during this trying time. I’d like to share the following information with you.
I am in daily contact with the Madison county health department. Commissioner Cook has been very helpful in keeping the staff ahead of the Covid-19 virus.
On Friday March 13, I met with the Village department heads to discuss what we can do to curb the spread of this virus. As of now, the community center activities are closed.
To protect both the public and Village Employees, Council will be adopting the following temporary policy to protect the health of Village Employees. Read it HERE.
To pay your utility bill, please consider not coming directly into the office. Your options for payments are:
Mail your utility payment.
Place your payment in the door slot or drop box.
Pay with a credit/debit card by calling (614) 879-8655 [option 1]. There are no fees associated with paying by credit/debit card. The Village does not keep credit/debit cards on file.
We will continue to follow the federal guidelines for taxes due. At this time, all taxes are still due by April 15th. Income tax forms can be found HERE. Completed Income Tax forms may be mailed, dropped off in the door slot or drop box. For additional information contact the Income Tax Department at (614) 879-9757.
The police department is working with the county and other agencies to ensure public safety. The Village police are operating under these guidelines:
There is no public admittance to the Police Station.
The police are not responding directly to homes except in the case of emergencies.
All reports are being taken by phone. Please call 614-879-7672.
The police will not respond to non-injury traffic accidents. If you are involved in a traffic accident with no injuries, please exchange information and phone the police station.
Should you have any questions regarding the coronavirus/COVID-19 please call the Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 call center at 1.833.427.5634.
And finally, in light of the latest efforts to curtail the virus by Governor Dewine, I would ask that you patronize our local businesses by purchasing take out.
We are a strong community and we will get through this. We need to think of our neighbors and our community. If you have an elderly neighbor, please check in on them - make a phone call. As always, if you have any questions, suggestions or advice, please give me a call. My cell phone is (614) 560-5754. Thank you and be safe.
-Mayor Ray Martin