History of the Village
Older than the state of Ohio, the village of Waynesville offers a fascinating combination of history and culture as it developed in southwestern Ohio. This “Antiques Capital of the Midwest” and “Home of the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival” is a microcosm of our American heritage with its dreams and accomplishments.
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On Tuesday, February 20th, the Village of Waynesville Water Department will perform maintenance to water lines on the streets listed below from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm. During this time, please prepare for water outages. Once service is restored, your water may temporarily appear cloudy. This is due to air in the lines and will clear up with usage. Notes will be left on your door if you are in the affected area. You will also receive another note on your door once your water has been turned back on. At this time there will be no boil advisory. If you have any questions, you may call our office at 513-897-8015. Thank you for your understanding.
The Finance Meeting scheduled for January 18, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. has been canceled.
This notice is to inform the public of a construction project on Third Street that begins on Monday, January 8th and will involve a street closure in sections for various times in the day. This project is required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to replace old waterlines. In addition, this project will include repairing and adding storm waterlines, new fire hydrants, and repaving the street. This project is going to be in phases and could adversely affect your travel route and parking on Third Street between High Street and Franklin Road. This is a $900,000.00 project that is being funded by an Ohio Public Works Commission (OPWC) grant ($400,000.00) and a State Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Grant (WWIG) ($500,000.00) with no cost to the residents. Smith Corp is the contractor for this project, and they have indicated that their hours of operation will be from 7am – 7pm, so parking may be available in that section from 7pm -7am. I have included their schedule below (weather permitting). We apologize for any inconvenience, and we are confident that the outcome will be appreciated. We want to thank you for your understanding as we continue to work on improving our community. If you experience any issues, feel free to contact Jay Smith (Smith Corp Inc) at 513-582-4062, Jake Burke (Choice One Engineering) at 513-239-8554, or me at 513-897-8015.