Category Archive: Event
The Village of Genoa will hold Halloween on October 31st from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Click link above !
Chamber Car show for tonight has been rescheduled for tomorrow Aug. 1st at 5:30 pm
The Village of Genoa has a new Facebook page, and now Twitter too !!
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Arbor Day Village Tree Information – click for more information
April 27, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
Village Park entrance before Baseball and Soccer fields
Please send any donations to Village Fiscal Officer
Sandusky /Ottawa County
Master Gardener’s 14th Annual
Saturday May 5th 9am – 1pm
Click link above for more information!!
The Village of Genoa is interested…would you like to receive your utility bill via E-mail?
To help receive your utility bills in a more timely fashion, the Village is inquiring as to whether you would like having your utility bill E-mailed to you?
If this is something you believe you would like, please let the Village Billing Office know by contacting Leeann at firstname.lastname@example.org or by placing a memo in your next utility payment.
Let us know which option you would prefer, having your bill sent via:
- E-mail only
- E-mail & U.S. mail (paper bill)
- U.S. mail only (paper bill)
New hours for the Administration Office
As of March 5th, 2018 The Village Administration Office will be open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Utility bills may be submitted after 4:00 pm via the Village Dropbox, this is located on the wall to the right of the Village Administration Entrance.
All utility bills submitted after 4:00 pm, via the dropbox, are credited to your account that day.
Please watch for a new Dropbox… which will be located near the entrance door of the Village Administration Building and will be clearly marked for Utility Bills.
As of January 1st, 2018 the electric rates reflect the increased cost of purchased power and service fees. The Village of Genoa has not raised the base rate for electric in several years.
The Infrastructure Cost for water reflects an increase of the water purchased from the City of Oregon. This is to cover their infrastructure project costs for improvements to the water plant, which controls algae bloom conditions and improved disinfection procedures.