June 2015 Storm Damage

June 2015 Storm Damage

The Department of Public Service will be collecting storm damage from both street trees and…

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Monarch Way Station

Monarch Way Station

Volunteers from Perrysburg High School National Honor Society helped plant Perrysburg's first Monarch Way Station.…

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Riverside Park Concepts

Riverside Park Concepts

Take a look at the new Riverside Parks concepts!

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2nd Street Parking Improvements

2nd Street Parking Improvements

The City has contracted with Geddis Paving & Excavating for roadway work on Second Street…

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Cul-de-sac No Parking Signs

Cul-de-sac No Parking Signs

Parking regulations are an important tool to ensure the safe and efficient movement of pedestrians,…

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Bid Advertisements

Bid Advertisements

Stay up to date on the latest bid advertisements from the City of Perrysburg.  

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Mayor OlmsteadMayor Outlines 2015 Proposed Budget
The Perrysburg city administration presented to Council a proposed balanced 2015 City of Perrysburg Budget. I am pleased that this budget reflects the administration’s desire to maintain fiscal responsibility while maintaining the high level of service to the people of the City of Perrysburg. There will be no reduction in personnel or services to our citizens or visitors to our community. Some of the highlights of the 2015 proposed budget include: Expansion of the Second Street Public Parking by re-orienting the parking form parallel to front loading thereby increasing the parking spots available by 25 parking spaces. Construction of ADA-accessible...

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CodeRED provides the City of Perrysburg with the ability notify citizens in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports. This information will remain the property of ECN and will not be disclosed unless compelled to do so by a court of sufficient jurisdiction. CodeRED also provides a unique weather warning service that automatically notifies citizens in the path of severe weather just moments after a warning has been issued by the National Weather Service. CodeRED is available to the citizens of Perrysburg at no cost.