A community where people enjoy living and working. Ideally situated with easy access to Ohio’s interstates and rail lines, Willard is in the heart of the midwest manufacturing region. Abundant land and utilities, a solid work ethic, and a progressive local government make Willard the perfect choice for a growing business.
WILLARD RESIDENTS - Outdoor Warning Siren Testing is Wednesday, February 5 at 12:00 Noon
CITY HALL INFO
631 S Myrtle Avenue
Willard, OH 44890
General Questions: 419.933.2581
City Manager: 419.933.2591
Event & Info Line: 419.933.6999
City Hall Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
OFFICIAL FLAG FLYING DAYS
Wed, Feb 12 - Lincoln's Birthday
Mon, Feb 17 - President's Day and Washington's Birthday
Aviation Fuel is $5.00 per gallon
Euclid Street Waterline Bid
Sealed bids for the 2020 - EUCLID STREET WATERLINE REPLACEMENT will be received in the office of the City Manager at City Hall, 631 South Myrtle Avenue, Willard, Ohio 44890, until 1 p.m. (local time) on February 25, 2020 at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read aloud.
The Engineer's opinion of probable construction cost is $235,000 as of February 2020.
Euclid Street Bid Specifications
Euclid Street Drawings
For more information click here.
The City of Willard will be honoring "Hometown Heroes" of our military starting the week of November 11, 2018 and continuing throughout 2019. Each week, a different Hometown Hero will be recognized on the electronic sign at the Willard City Park, as well as, through the City’s Facebook page. If you know a service man or woman that you would like to recognize who currently lives or has lived in Willard or the surrounding townships, please complete and return the following form with a picture. Click here for Hometown Hero Form
Online Utility Account Access
You can now Sign up for online access to your Utility Account. Just click on the Online Bill Pay Icon above, then click Register. You can also sign up for e-billing once you are registered. To register, you will need your Utility Account number and the last amount you paid. Call the Service desk if you need help at 419-933-2581.
Did you know that the City has Unclaimed Funds? Find out if your name is on our list by clicking Unclaimed List below. If you find your name on the list, please complete a Claim Form which can be found below, along with instructions for filling out the form. Cities are required to hold onto unclaimed funds for 5 years. After that time, if still unclaimed, funds are transferred into the General Fund per Ohio Revised Code 9.39.