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Job Posting

Part-time Office Assistant

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The Village of Monroeville is seeking qualified candidates for a part-time Office Assistant. The successful candidate must meet the requirements of the job description and general day-to-day responsibilities of a local government Administrative Office. Two years of clerical experience is preferred. Candidate must have a high school diploma or its equivalent. Candidate must be able to pass a pre-employment drug & alcohol test, a physical and a background check. Wage starts at $15 per hour. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, military status, or any disability, as defined in the ADA. An application and complete job description can be obtained from the Village of Monroeville Administrative Office, 21 N Main Street, Monroeville, OH. 44847 or online at www.MonroevilleOhio.com, by clicking on the Departments/Employment tab above. Submit an application, resume and three professional references to the Village Administrative Office, 21 N Main Street Monroeville OH. 44847, AdminOffice@MonroevilleOhio.com, by Friday, 7/26/24. The Village of Monroeville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Safety Town

July 2024

2020 Bellefontaine Safety Town Starts in July - City of Bellefontaine, Ohio

Safety Town letters went out in the mail on 7/1/24, to all of those who registered for kindergarten at Monroeville Public School and St. Joseph School. Online registration is the only way to enroll your child in Safety Town. The website is provided in the letter and online registration must be completed no later than Friday, July 26th, 2024. Safety Town will be conducted the week of July 29th at the MAC building. If you registered your child for kindergarten, but didn't receive a letter by July 12th, please contact the Monroeville Police Department, at 419-465-2474. Thank you!


Utility Bill Email Notifications

July 2024

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Good news Village residents! You can now receive your utility bill via e-mail. Click on the Utility Service tab above to download an Agreement to Receive Electronic Communication enrollment form. Completed enrollment forms can be dropped off at the Village Administrative Offices, 21 N Main Street, Monroeville. Please be advised that YOU ARE REQUIRED to fill out an enrollment form in order to receive utility bill email notifications, as enrollment requests will not be taken via telephone. If you enroll in this program, and then wish to change your email information or withdraw your request for electronic notifications, YOU ARE REQUIRED to submit a request in writing. All enrollees will continue to receive a utility bill via regular mail for 1-2 months after enrollment, in order to ensure that electronic notifications are being delivered successfully. 


Utility Rate Increase Reminder

July 2024

Per Ordinance 2023-07, a 5% rate increase for water was implemented, for three years. Customers will see the 2nd year rate increase on their July 2024 utility invoice. 

Raising utility rates is never an easy decision for Monroeville's Village Council to make. While the entire administration is proud to achieve positive results from the infrastructure investments and upgraded technologies with the current water and sewer rates, in order to ensure continued exceptional service and commitment to the community, the decision to raise these rates became necessary. In addition to the major water and sewer infrastructure projects that have been accomplished recently, and are projected to continue as necessity requires and as the Ohio EPA mandates them, this administration is determined to continue the efforts to improve productivity, efficiency, and reliability of the Village's water and sewer services. Along with increased skills from our dedicated employees, who are committed to deliver on water and wastewater quality service, the administration has endeavored to find cost savings at every opportunity to mitigate being outpaced by costs of raw material, chemicals, production and general overhead administrative and insurance costs. 

As always, we are in this together and continue to look for ways to be fiscally responsible and serve all those who live and work here to the best of our ability.



Monroeville Community Hometown Hero Banners

American Legion Post #547

Amerian Legion Post # 547 member Scott Sparks is coordinating the Monroeville Community Hometown Hero Banner Program. The mission of this program is to honor and recognize community of Monroeville service members and their families who serve, have served or have given their lives to this great country in the United States Armed Forces. Banners will be displayed on light poles along US Route 20 and Monroe Street for the period of Memorial Day through Veterans Day. Banner locations will be selected randomly, and specific display locations cannot be requested, however, family members can request their banner be displayed with other family/friends, provided that space is available. If you are interested in purchasing a Hometown Hero Banner, please click on the NEWS tab above and the application can be downloaded from the Available Forms section of the page. If you have any questions, please contact Scott Sparks at 419-706-2901, FlyBoy3105@gmail.com. A sample of the banner is pictured below.