News & Events

INF charge to water bill

posted on February 1, 2018

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.

Recent Garbage Issues

posted on January 24, 2018

Recent Garbage Issues

Residents:

Over the past several months there have been some issues concerning garbage pick-up.

If you have alley access the garage and recyclables, both go in the alley.

Street pick-up is for those properties that do not have alley access.

Recyclables go in the green recycle containers only, and not in boxes or containers of your choosing. Recyclable containers can be picked up at the Administration Office.

There is a four bag, four can limit, and garbage cans cannot be larger than 35 gallons.

Federal work rules prohibit drivers from picking up larger containers, and the driver will not reach into a can to remove stuck bags or garbage.

Larger containers that can be lifted by the truck can be rented from Waste Management. Information is available at the Village Billing Office or via the link below.

We appreciate your co-operation in these matters as they affect the health and safety of the workers, and insure garbage is properly collected.

Thank you,

Waste Management information

Genoa Park Lifeguards needed!

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Genoa Park

Employment Opportunities:

Accepting applications for Genoa Park Lifeguard, deadline February 2, 2018. Apply at the Village Administration Office.

Download Application:

Please Read – Weather Requirements!

posted on January 3, 2018

With winter weather upon us we would like to remind all citizens and business owners in the event of snow, you are required to clear your sidewalks per Village Ordinance.

For downtown walkways, store owners need to clear the area from the front of their buildings to the street with snow up to 2 inches deep. 

For snow that is greater than 2 inches deep, Public Works will assist in clearing the walkways.

As per Ordinance 6-13 any snow greater than 2 inches and a snow emergency is declared, “all” vehicles must be removed from the streets immediately so the Public Works crew can clear the snow safely and event free.

Substance Abuse Resources in Ohio

posted on December 21, 2017

 

It is more important now than ever to raise awareness about the dangers of substance abuse, while also providing quality resources to those seeking treatment.

In the spirit of lending a helping hand to Ohio families and anyone seeking help, listed is a new local resources.   https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/local-rehab-resources/ohio/

The new section allows visitors to find valuable information on drug misuse and rehabilitation centers in their area. Resources include locations of local Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery meetings, as well as phone numbers for The Recovery Village, alcohol abuse, drug abuse and poison control center hotlines.

The hope is to help raise awareness about the dangers of alcohol & drugs and how to get help.

Thanks so much!

Sincerely,

Carlos Davila
Awareness Advocate
The Recovery Village® | an Advanced Recovery Systems Brand

 

 

Kevin Gladden Presented an Award for Announcing

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Kevin Gladden Village Administrator was presented an award Tuesday night by the Genoa Athletic Department, in recognition of his dedication as the Announcer of Genoa Schools Basketball and Football games for the past 20 to  24 years.  Thank you for your Service Mr. Gladden, your voice will be missed!

presentation Award

Genoa’s 1st Annual Holiday Parade & Christmas Decoration Contest

posted on December 20, 2017

The 1st Annual Holiday Parade held on November 26th started at 6:30 traveling through town and down Main St. The Parade ended with Santa and Mrs. Claus making their way to Town Hall for the Annual Christmas tree lighting and children’s visits to Santa. The Town Hall was decorated for the occasion portraying an Ole Fashion Christmas.  Many Village residents turned out for the festivities with Santa and Mrs. Claus welcomed over ninety children. A Christmas decoration contest was held for Village businesses and residents alike. The Mayor escorted three Judges from out of town to pick the winners. The top three winners for both are listed below. We would like to thank all for participating and  are looking forward to see what next year delivers!!

Village Residents: 

1st. Place – Chris Lewandowski on E. 4th Street.

1st Place

2nd. Place – The Herman Family on West Street.

2nd Place

 

3rd. Place – Tim Davies Jr. on West Street.

3rd. place

 

 Village Businesses:

1st. Place – Shear Delight

B. 1st Place

2nd. Place – First Federal Bank on St. Rt. 51

B. 2nd Place

3rd Place –  Genoa Eye Care

B. 3rd Place

Mayor Ken Harsanje Sr. – Fourth Quarter Newsletter

posted on November 7, 2017

Mayors 2017 Fourth Quarter newsletter

Marco’s 3rd. Annual Trick or Trunk Night

posted on October 18, 2017

Trick or Trunk Information

AD/HOC Committee Meeting

posted on October 17, 2017

November 6, 2017 @ 6:30 pm Town Hall