New Job Postings

New Job Postings

The City of Perrysburg has posted new jobs. 

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City of Toledo Water Quality Dashboard

City of Toledo Water Quality Dashboard

The City of Toledo continuously monitors the quality of the water entering their system. ¬†This…

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New Employees

New Employees

The City would like to welcome Joe Brainard, new full time firefighter/paramedic and Rudy Ruiz,…

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CodeRed Emergency Alerts

CodeRed Emergency Alerts

As summer and the threat of severe weather approaches, we are publishing a reminder to…

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Clearas Water Recovery Demonstration Project

Clearas Water Recovery Demonstration Project

Executive Summary Project Inception Clearas Water Technology and their funding partners approached the City of…

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Riverside Park Concepts

Riverside Park Concepts

Take a look at the new Riverside Parks concepts!

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Mayor OlmsteadPreparedness in the Event of an Emergency
Since August of last year, the quality of our drinking water supply has been a much talked about topic. Immediately following last year’s crisis, my administration initiated a series of new initiatives to address areas of our response and ability to respond in the event that this situation repeats itself this summer. To that end we have an improved emergency response plan. This plan includes enhanced communication and action steps to minimize the disruption of drinkable water to our residents. My first concern is always for the safety and welfare of our residents. These enhancements, listed below, are but a...

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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.