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.
Event & Info Line: 419.933.6999
631 S Myrtle Avenue
Willard, OH 44890
Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 5:00 pm
The compost area is now open by appointment only. Please call the Maintenance Department at 419-933-7531. We can arrange a time to meet you during our normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 7 am to 3 pm. This will be for City residents only. No commercial dumping.
OB OPENING: CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL & CODE ENFORCEMENT
The City of Willard is requesting proposals from qualified individuals to provide residential building code services, property maintenance, and zoning enforcement services. Click here for more information. Proposals are due by noon, August 12th.
Update: Additional repairs to Earl Street will need to be made in conjunction with the paving project. This will force the closure of the street beginning Monday, August 8th until the evening of of Wednesday, August 10th. This is tentative and dependent on weather. If you have any questions or concerns with this closure, please give the Public Works Department a call at 419.935.6555.
MAP OF STREETS WE ARE DOING
Precision Paving Inc. is under contract with the City of Willard and is responsible for the resurfacing of the attached streets. The Contractor is tentatively scheduled to begin the project on August 1st. The estimated construction time for this project is 10 weeks.
On street parking in these areas will be prohibited between 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. Cars parked in these areas will be subject to be towed at their owner's expense.
The City is excited about improving our streets and community in the process. We have been utilizing our own City forces more and more to accomplish this by handling concrete work and base repair. This year you will be investing $1.7 million dollars in to our streets. We are hoping to catch up on some ground in the areas of our streets and we will be looking at continuing this focus in the years to come.
With both projects, provisions will be made for emergency vehicles at all times. We realize how inconvenient this is and will do everything possible to expedite this process. Your patience and cooperation during these construction phases are appreciated.
If you have any specific health needs or questions of any kind or any other questions or concerns, please contact us at (419) 935-6555 and we will do our best to accommodate those needs and answer those questions.
SEALED BIDS FOR VEHICLES
Sealed bids will be received by the City of Willard, Ohio, in the City Manager’s Office,
P O Box 367, 631 Myrtle Avenue, Willard OH 44890, until 11:00 a.m., August 23, 2016, then publicly opened, read aloud, and recorded. For sale:
1990 Chevrolet 3500 Utility Truck with pump skid. 23,844 miles
1997 GMC 2500 Pick-up with plow
1998 Ford McCoy/Miller Ambulance
2001 Dodge Durango
All vehicles may be seen at the Willard Fire Department, 425 Fort Ball Road. The vehicles are offered as is. No warranty of condition is expressed or implied. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities or irregularities. All sales are final.
CLOCK TOWER PROJECT
Be a part of the effort to reclaim Willard's history by recreating a piece of our heritage. Click here for the Brochure. Willard Clock Tower Donation Form.
In November of 2014, City of Willard voters authorized by majority vote the creations of an Electric Aggregation Program to seek lower electricity rates for eligible residential and business customers. The City of Willard selected Constellation Energy Services, Inc. to supply electricity to the program. If you are a resident or small business owner you were automatically enrolled unless you opted out by May 15, 2015.
If you are having issues with your budget or this in general, please call Constellation Energy Services at (855) 384-9737. The City of Willard has negotiated a competitive price of $0.0709/kWh and you should see that from your first meter read in June of 2015 through June of 2018.