Roseville Conservancy Park Fishing Day held on July 14, 2018. Hayze Hilty caught 2 bass and took home a new blue fishing pole.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Engineer Estimate: $126,225
The Village of Roseville along with The Freddie J. Dixon Foundation (TFJDF) has received a USEPA Brownfield Cleanup Grant for the Former Ungemach Pottery Site and is requesting Request for Proposal (RFP) from interested contractors:
Scope of Work
- 1) Excavation, transportation, and proper off-site disposal of soil found to exceed VAP direct contact standards for lead at a commercial/industrial site. The soil remediation will extend to a depth of two feet below ground surface (i.e., the VAP point-of-compliance) in ...
The Village Council Meeting will be cancelled for July 17th. A special council meeting will be held on July 24, 2018 at 6:30pm.
If you have any questions or would like to be put on the agenda please contact Heidi Milner, MMC 740-697-7323 ext. 2 or email@example.com
LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR NIGHT- FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
VILLAGE PARK: 6/16/2018, 6/30/2018, 7/14/2018, 7/28/2018, 8/11/2018, 8/25/2018
Dear Village Council,
We wanted to take the time to thank you for reviewing our application. We are excited about getting involved in our community! We thought that it would be advantageous to provide a bit more details on what we are planing this summer. We are planning on having a number of games for children as well as some sporting competitions for some of the older youth in the area from ...
The Village of Roseville is now accepting applications for Splash Pad Manager(s) and Assistant Manager to run the daily operations. Applications are available at the Municipal Building 107 N. Main Street, Roseville OH 43777. Starting wage will be set by council and dependent on experience. You must be CPR and First Aid certified. Roseville is an equal opportunity employer.
Exciting Public Announcement
Potential Grocery Store Coming to Roseville
The Village of Roseville started actively seeking opportunities to establish a grocery store in Roseville beginning in 2016 after a survey was completed by residents. The survey results concluded that a grocery store is the business that residents wanted more than anything else. A laundromat and an ice cream parlor ranked high on the list as well. Several meetings were held to find individuals who were willing to take on this task. Roseville wasn’t looking for someone just to establish a grocery store. We were looking at sustainability and even ...
CCR2017- Posted 6/22/2018. Download the approved Consumer Confidence Report for the Year 2017.
ROSEVILLE WATER DEPARTMENT submitted the Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) For the Year 2017 to Ohio EPA for approval. When the CCR is approved it will be published here. Check back in June 2018. If you have any questions please contact the Water Superintendent Paul Mills: 740-697-7310.
Proposed Remedial Action Plan Submitted under Ohio EPA’s “RCRA AND VAP MOA Track”
Freddie J. Dixon Foundation / Ungemach Pottery-former Property
Notice is hereby given that on April 13, 2018, Freddie J. Dixon Foundation submitted to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”) a Proposed Remedial Action Work Plan (“Remedial Action Plan”) for the Ungemach Pottery-former located at 26 Potters Lane, Roseville, Muskingum County, Ohio. The Freddie J. Dixon Foundation is conducting a voluntary action at the property under the RCRA and Voluntary Action Program Memorandum of Agreement Track (the “RCRA AND VAP MOA ...
PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Entry into Ohio EPA’s RCRA and VAP MOA Track The Freddie J. Dixon Foundation – Former Ungemach Pottery
Notice is hereby given that on February 27, 2018, The Freddie J. Dixon Foundation submitted to the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (“Ohio EPA”) a Notice of Entry in the RCRA and Voluntary Action Program Memorandum of Agreement Track (the “RCRA and VAP MOA Track”). The Freddie J. Dixon Foundation Notice of Entry identifies the Former Ungemach Pottery property, at 26 Potters Lane, Roseville, Muskingum County, Ohio 43777, as the property to undergo a voluntary action through the RCRA ...
Communities Come Together to Help Residents Save Money
The Village Councils of South Zanesville and Roseville, along with Trustees of Springfield Township (Muskingum County) have voted to put electric aggregation on the May 8th ballot. Passing this issue will allow them to utilize their collective purchasing power to lower the price of electric generation through a bidding process.
The elected officials of South Zanesville, Roseville and Springfield Township (Muskingum County) have utilized Palmer Energy Company to consult for them through the energy programs of the Ohio Municipal League and the County Commissioners Association. Currently Perry Township (Muskingum ...