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    ASHVILLE'S

    VISION STATEMENT Remembering our rural heritage, Ashville will be a vibrant and friendly community, offering an enhanced quality of life achieved through planning, progress and collaboration. It will be a welcoming place where people want to live and businesses prosper. The Office will be closed four hours on Friday, November 17th to honor the life of Chief Douglas Clark, Read More
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    Ashville's Ole Time Holiday Events

    Holidays are a special time in Ashville. Many events occur from Thanksgiving to New Year's Day. Please click on the banner to learn more. If you want your event added, contact the Village of Ashville at 740/983-6367. Read More
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    Recycle & Refuse

    The Village of Ashville joined Consortium III with Ordinance 2017-10. The agreement is through the end of 2021. We are expanding recycling capabilities by LWS providing a 65 gallon Toter for every resident. You will also be supplied with a 96 gallon refuse Toter. To learn more information or details on what can be recycled, click on the banner to the right. Read More
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    Gas Aggregation

    A Public Meeting was held on January 9th at noon and 6:00 pm that reviewed the Gas Aggregation Plan. The Plan and more information can be found on the following webpage. It can be accessed by clicking on "read more" or the image to the right. One important topic will include the "Opt-out" procedures. Read More
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    Utility Projects

    Water, Sewer, StormwaterWater Resource Recovery Facility, Infiltration and Inflow (I & I), Water Interconnection, and Special Environmental Projects (SEP). Some projects relate to the OhioEPA Findings & Orders. Read More
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    Street & Service

    Street, Park, Facility ProjectsThe following webpages are about Service Projects in Ashville. These projects are related to resurfacing, construction, and park/recreation. Click on the banner or "Read More" for more information Read More
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    PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT

    Information & LinksThis page was developed to help you locate homes and business opportunities in the Village of Ashville. To find that information or links click below or on the “Private Development Page” banner. Read More
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    Reminder: RITA Taxes

    All residents are to file yearly Municipal Income Tax returns by April 15. For filing requirements, visit www.RITAOhio.com or call 800-860-7482. Our purpose is to fairly collect taxes, treat everyone with respect, and to wisely manage resources. Read More
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    CCR

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    Financial ReportsThese reports include the Temporary and Permanent Expense Budgets, Anticipated Sources of Revenue Budget, Annual Financial Reports of the village and other financial information. Read More
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    Parks & RecreationTo find out park information, review the park calendar (shelter house, baseball field, gazebo) reservation form.Click read more for more information. Read More
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    Report a Pothole

    Potholes can be a problem. If you see a pothole please call 740-983-6367 and report the location. To find out more about reporting potholes in Ashville, click the "Read More" below. This will take you to our online reporting system. Read More
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    Past Ashville Events

    By clicking on the banner or "Read More" you can see past Viking Festival, Fun in the Sun, July 4th Festival, Gazebo Gatherings, Trick or Treat Parade, & Ashville's Holiday Happenings events or you may decide to participate in the next event. Read More
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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Village of Ashville, Ohio

2017 Holiday Events

 

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Ashville Park 145 Walnut Street

Santa is at the Ashville Park  Noon -5 pm Kids will get a bag of candy, cookie to decorate and hot chocolate. Photos with Santa will be available for $3 each.

Secret Santa shopping store and a Christmas market with Crafts and Music.

This is event is done by Ashville Community Men's Club. By clicking on the Santa to the left you are linked to their Facebook page

 

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For Question Contact Mike Spriggs at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Traffic Light  

Ashville Museum 34 Long St.

The museum  has the Ashville Traffic Light and much more to see. Please take a look and enjoy visit 

Click on the logo to the right to be taken to The Ashville Museum Website

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        mrs santa   Floyd E. Younkin Library 51 Long St. 

Mrs. Claus will be on hand from 1-4 pm to read to the kids and interact with them, spreading wonderful Christmas cheer. 

Click on the logo to the right to be taken to the Pickaway County Library Webpage

 

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 Tree  

Christmas Tree Lighting —Beginning at 5:30 pm we will kick off the ceremony by raising the flag and singing the national anthem. The lighting of the tree at Centennial Park 34 Long Street and is sponsored by your Ashville Heritage Society. At the conclusion of the lighting Teays Valley Highschool Choir will lead us in caroling. There will be cookies and hot chocolate.

 

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Trolley  

Two modes of transportation are available.

A trolley car will provide a ten minute tour of Ashbille. It starts at the museum and includes entertainment.

A shuttle will run between Santa, the museum, and Mrs. Claus at the library.

Both are Free

   Shuttle

 For questions or volunteering contact Jim Welsh at 614-214-9223 

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