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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 a...

The Finance Meeting scheduled for January 18, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. has been canceled.

Water Main Schedule

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, t...

Public Notice

It has been brought to my attention that various aggregation providers have been walking door to door to sign customers for electric and gas utilities. We want to remind the residents of Waynesville that the village council has already approved a utility aggregation company for everyo...

Red Car with Suspect

Public Alert

I am providing a follow-up to the public notice that was posted on October 20th. The vehicle that was stolen on October 15th from Ellis Drive has been recovered in Dayton, Ohio. We are processing the vehicle for evidence, and I am providing two photos of our suspects posing in front of...

There has been an increase in auto thefts in Warren, Montgomery, Clermont, and Clinton Counties over the past several months. A few vehicles have been stolen from the Village of Waynesville and we strongly encourage everyone to lock their vehicles and homes at night and when not in use. A subsequent...

This notice is to inform the public of an upcoming construction project that is funded primarily by an Ohio Public Works Commission grant. The first phase of the Franklin Road waterline replacement and storm waterline repair project will begin mid to late October. This project is going to be in phas...

Leaf Pickup Map

Leaf Pick Up

OCT 17, 2023

Leaf Pickup will begin on October 23. The Street Department will be following the provided schedule.  We ask that leaves be raked to the curb, but not into the street. Leaves in the street can get into the storm drains and plug them up causing flooding. 

Public Alert

Over the past few months, a few vehicles and a trailer have been stolen from the Village of Waynesville. In addition, several cars have been entered, and items were taken. A subsequent investigation determined that all these vehicles were unlocked at the point of entry and vehicle keys...

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