Administration

2016 Tax Filing Forms are Available on the Tax Link

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October 17th - Streets, Sidewalks & SDC  @ 4:30 Village Hall
October 17th – Public Utilities @ 5:00 Bellville Police Dept.


 

July 6th, 2017 Council Meeting
5:30 p.m. Bellville Police Department

July 10th 2017 Cemetery Board
7:00 p.m. Village Hall

July 18th, 2017 Council Meeting
5:30 p.m. Bellville Police Department

July 24th, 2017 Planning Commission
7:00 p.m. Village Hall

Announcements
Sunday November 19, 2017
Public Announcements

Street and Parks

Street Department

Superintendent: Ryan Wine
(419) 886-3043 X 2
Worker: Chris Hollar
Worker: Bill Anders
 

Purpose: To maintain the Village of Bellville streets and storm draining for the safe and comfortable travel within the village proper. Their tasks would include, but are not limited to:

  • Patching
  • Paving
  • Snow Removal
  • Leaf & Brush Pickup

Brush pickup - The Village will collect limbs and sticks that are not tied in bundles, provided they are less than six (6) feel in length.  Only limbs and sticks resulting from natural causes such as storm, wind and ice or from pruning will be collected.  Absolutely no limbs, sticks or other debris will be collected from the cutting down of trees and shrubs, or of landscaping.  Limbs and sticks should not be placed on the street,  Pick up days will be the third Monday of every month only.

Leaf pickup: Mid October - Friday before Thanksgiving.  The Village will collect leaves that are raked to the area between the curb and sidewalk. Preferably not into the street, as this may clog storm sewers, and away from parked vehicles.  Please do not procrastinate in raking your leaves.


Parks Department

Superintendent: Ryan Wine PH# (419) 886-3043 X2
Worker: Chris Hollar
Worker: Bill Anders

Purpose: Mowing and maintaining all the parts, ponds, and park facilities in the Village of Bellville.
 

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Water and Wastewater Division

Purpose:  To provide a safe and plentiful supply of high quality water for the citizens of Bellville and to successfully operate a wastewater system that not only provides quality service but protects our environment and waterways.

Contact:
For questions concerning new installations, disconnections and billing
call: 419-886-2245 EXT #1 9am - 12pm Mon - Thurs

For reporting water problems / outages or leaks call: 419-886-3043 EXT#1

 


 


Superintendent: Michael Hoeflich
Worker: Ty Bowers
Utility Clerk: Jennifer Hamilton

Village of Bellville Water Source:
The Village of Bellville presently operates two 12" wells that are approximately 92' deep. They are capable of producing about 1,000,000 gallons of water a day. Water is then pumped into three storage tanks, their combined storage capacity equal to 544,000 gallons. The average daily use for Bellville is 195,000 gallons of water per day.

The EPA requires regular sampling to ensure drinking water safety. The village conducts sampling on hundreds of contaminates and none were found to be above their requirements.


Water and Sewer Rates

There is a Minimum Bi-Monthly Water/Sewer Rate of $41.00

Water Rate Information:
$18.00 Water (4000 gal. min.)
$4.50/thousand gals. for residential after exceeding 4000 gal.
wastewater treatment plant
Sewer Rate Information:
$23.00 Sewer (4000 gal. min.)
$5.75/thousand gals. After exceeding 4000 gal.
Unmetered flat rate $40.00


Storm Sewer Utility Rate
 $1.50/month for residential
($1.50/month per 5,000 sq . ft. of impervious surface)

 ***The single most thing causing high water bills in a home is a leaking toilet.

***Helpful hint: Place a couple drops of food coloring in toilet tank and let sit undisturbed. Color will appear in the bowl if the toilet has a leak.

Water and Sewer Tap Information

Water Tap:

$1,000.00  3/4" line if Village makes tap, includes tap, curb box, curb stop, and meter. Village to install once plumbing for meter is in place.  

  $600.00   3/4" line if Contractor makes tap, Village provides meter only.

$1,250.00  1" Line  if Village makes Tap, includes tap, curb box, curb stop, and meter. Village to install once plumbing for meter is in place.

   $750.00   1" Line  if Contractor makes Tap, Village provides meter only.

All taps larger than 1", tap fee is $1000.00 per inch diameter of the service line. All taps larger than 1"  will be made by the Contractor and the Village will supply and install an appropriately sized water meter when proper plumbing is in place.

$1,500.00  1 1/2" Line                  
$2,000.00  2" line
$2,500.00  2 1/2" line
$3,000.00  3" line
$3,500.00  3 1/2" line
$4,000.00  4" line
$6,000.00  All lines over 4"

Sewer Tap:

For any property serviced by a water meter size of two (2”) inches or less, it shall be subject to a fee of $1,000.00.
For any property serviced by a water meter size greater than two (2”) inches, it shall be subject to a fee of $2,000.00.

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