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Oberlander’s Tree Trimming Service

The 2020 electric distribution primary line tree limb clearing project by Oberlander's Tree Trimming Service is coming to an end. At this time we expect that Oberlander's will finish the trimming around the end of September. If you have any questions please call the Electricity & Communication Department Superintendent Doug Hurst at 419-342-5111 between Read More...

2020-09-18T11:14:49-04:00July 9th, 2020|

Announcement: Do Not Flush Wipes

Please do not flush wipes down the toilet, they may clog up your sewer lateral, the sewer main, or may disrupt the wastewater treatment plant process. You can find articles related to this potential problem online from other communities experiencing trouble with sanitary and other wipes.

2020-05-28T09:14:59-04:00May 28th, 2020|

COVID-19 Stimulus

Dear Shelby Utility Customers, The City of Shelby Administration and Council have composed a COVID-19 Shelby Stimulus and Stabilization Package. The package is designed to provide financial relief for all utility customers. Below are the eight (8) items that make up the package. Late Payment Charge "Past Due" waiver for the April and May Read More...

2020-05-28T09:56:58-04:00March 28th, 2020|

COVID-19 News

City of Shelby's Response to the COVID-19 Emergency In compliance with the Governor’s Order “public access playgrounds” in Shelby will be closed until further notice. Within that order, there is allowance for periodic “outdoor activity”. However, Social Distance Requirements, as defined by the Ohio Department of Health, are to be strictly obeyed. The Shelby Read More...

2020-05-28T09:44:16-04:00March 26th, 2020|

State of Emergency

MAYOR SCHAG DECLARES A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR THE CITY OF SHELBY Updated 3/23/20 - On March 19, 2020, Mayor Schag declared a State of Emergency in the City of Shelby to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The state of emergency is provided below. Emergency Declaration

2020-05-28T09:06:55-04:00March 25th, 2020|

Utilities Mapping Project

Representatives from Great Lakes Community Action Partnership will be working in and around Ward 1 for our Geographic Information System (GIS) update. This service is to locate and mark our Water Utility components on our GIS program city map. The crew will be in our community beginning in Ward 1 with Ward 2, 3, Read More...

2020-05-28T10:05:07-04:00March 16th, 2020|