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8:45am 5/12/2022 – Memorial Day Parade Announcement

2022-05-12T08:54:39-04:00May 12th, 2022|

The Memorial Day parade will be held on Monday, May 30th beginning at 10:00am. Note that the parade route has been altered due to construction. The parade will start at its normal location on Grand Boulevard and end at Oakland Cemetery. The route will utilize High School Avenue, Park Avenue, and Tucker Avenue instead Read More...

4/14/2022 County Road Closure Notice – London West Road

2022-04-14T11:48:29-04:00April 14th, 2022|

London West Road, between St. Rt. 61 and Broadway Road in Plymouth Township, is closed due to the condition of the bridge. The road will remain closed until repairs can be made. The timeframe for repairs is currently undetermined. Richland County Engineers Office

The 2021 Consumer Confidence Water Report is now available

2022-04-14T09:41:15-04:00April 14th, 2022|

The 2021 Consumer Confidence Water Report is now available to anyone wishing to review the report. We have announcements with a link to the city website available at the Library, City Hall and the Utilities Office. A printed copy can be requested and picked up at the Utilities Office beginning on Friday, April 15th, Read More...

Natural Gas Aggregation Program Customers – 4/6/2022 1:20pm

2022-04-26T07:54:07-04:00April 6th, 2022|

City residents and commercial customers enrolled in the natural gas aggregation program with Volunteer Energy Services Incorporated (VESI), will be receiving a notice stating a bankruptcy petition has been filed. The notice is factual. City officials are working with Aspen, an energy consultant to gain direction for the aggregation program and when a new Read More...

City of Shelby Natural Gas Aggregation Customers

2021-03-12T14:16:33-05:00March 12th, 2021|

Notice to Shelby Natural Gas Aggregation Customers – The Columbia Gas Transmission pipeline (TCO) that is used to deliver natural gas to many communities in the State of Ohio has been approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to increase the cost to store and transport the natural gas in their transmission system.  Read More...