Our office will be closed on Thursday November 26th and Friday November 27th for Thanksgiving. We will reopen on Monday November 30th at 8 AM.
Per the Village Manager we will start leaf pick up tomorrow and will do it as needed through fall weather permitting and when man power is available. We will not schedule specific days for areas. Feel free to call into the office to let us know you have a pile placed at the end of
REMINDER: The Waynesville Village 1% income tax has been extended through the 2015 year with the Regional Income Tax Administration (RITA). The Village Council also voted to adopt a half (0.5) percent income tax with no credit to go into effect January 1, 2016 also with RITA. For more information or questions, please feel free
The Waynesville Village 1% income tax has been extended through the 2015 year with the Regional Income Tax Administration (RITA). The Village Council has voted to adopt a half percent income tax with no credit to go into effect January 1, 2016 and they have elected to terminate the relationship with the Regional Income Tax
Effective Wednesday June 17th, 2015 the Village of Waynesville will no longer be offering bulk water accounts to our customers. The Village Council and Administration have found that there have been multiple issues that have led to this decision including but not limited to complaints of higher than normal usages, security of pass codes, and
Per our Rumpke contract, on June 1st our rates increased to $15.00 from $14.70 for a single cart trash pick up. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 513-897-8015.
The Village of Waynesville Administration is accepting applications or letter of interest for persons interested in serving on the Historic Preservation Board. This Board meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays as needed. For more information call 513-897-8015 or submit your application to 1400 Lytle Road, Waynesville, OH 45068. (Applications are located on the Village website.)
The Village of Waynesville wants to remind residents that all yard waste, including grass clippings, must be bagged or placed in a trash/yard waste container for Rumpke Monday pick up. We appreciate your help in this matter to keep our storm drains open and clear.
Citizens of Waynesville, The Village Government officials have received a high volume of complaints about the literature being distributed throughout the Village every Sunday. The delivery people of various advertisement companies have been throwing paper advertisements on residents’ property, which has been deemed as litter by many. We have decided to address the issue by
The Waynesville Village Council has found it necessary to make multiple changes to our utility rates structure. Our current water rates have not been changed since 2005 for residents inside the Village and 2006 for residents outside the Village. In order to keep up with the increasing costs of waterline improvements, supplies and demands, the