The City of Bellefontaine's 2019 Leaf Pick Up Schedule begins the week of October 14th on an on-call basis before following a regular leaf pick up schedule starting October 21st. City leaf pick up continues through November 18th. Call the Street Department at 937.592.1736 or email email@example.com with any questions.
The Bellefontaine City Council Finance Committee will meet at 6:45 PM on Tuesday, September 10th instead of the usual 6:30 PM time.
There will be a Records Commission Meeting on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 2:00pm in Council's Chambers. On the agenda, the Records Commission will be reviewing:
The City of Bellefontaine's Trick or Treat Night will be on Thursday, October 31st from 6-7:30pm this year. This includes all of Logan County.
Reminder for Bellefontaine Residents – if you work in another city and pay tax to that city and if your employer does not also withhold Bellefontaine income tax on your wages, or if you are self-employed, please remember that you may need to be filing quarterly estimated tax payments on your income. Third quarter payments are due September 15, 2019. For questions, contact RITA at 800-860-7482 or the Bellefontaine Tax Office at 937-593-8362.
Waterline breaks can occur at any time of the year.
To be notified of an issued Boil Advisory and in the event of other community emergencies, please register to “Logan County Alert” offered by the Logan County Emergency Management Agency at - http://co.logan.oh.us/201/Emergency-Management-Agency
Forms are also available to sign up for this service in the City of Bellefontaine Utilities Office.
Test results in the wake of Monday’s water main break in the 1200 block of south Detroit Street show Bellefontaine water service to the city’s south end is safe for consumption.
A boil advisory has been lifted, the city Utility Department reports.
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED JULY 9
A boil alert has been issued for neighborhoods and business districts east and south of the 1200 block of south Detroit Street, according to information provided to the Bellefontaine Police Department dispatchers.
That includes restaurants, apartment complexes, retail establishments and residences.
A water break was discovered around 5 a.m. Monday and crews had difficulty shutting off the 12-inch water main. Water was still flowing out of the break at 2 p.m. as crews were trying to shut down valves.
The 12-inch mains are the primary arteries for the city's water system and have interconnected in loops where possible.
PREVIOUSLY REPORTED JULY 8
Bellefontaine Water Department Superintendent Tim Newland reports this morning that he is trying to determine the extent of a water main break under the 1200 block of south Detroit Street.
Newland was trying to determine where water service was interrupted and where pressure merely was lower than normal.
Once he knows, then he will issue the appropriate boil alert.
He said the break could affect water pressure at the Logan County Fairground.
As a reminder to residents – please do not dispose of trash, refuse or large items near any of the creeks or stormwater drains where these items can enter and block drainage. With the recent extensive rainfall all sorts of items have been found which created blockages highly increasing the chance of flooding and possible safety hazards. Also, if you notice a catch basin near your residence that may be full of debris, please contact the City of Bellefontaine to have it cleared. Thank you for your assistance!
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