Mayor's Office

  • Mayor Handwerk handing the Key to the City to Mayor Plybon


Orrville Mayor Matthew Plybon will give his first State of the City address on Tuesday, January 16, 2024, during the 7:30 PM council meeting. This, as well as all council meetings, is open to the public.

Audio file will be posted to the webpage later that week.

Jeanne Gault, Clerk of Council
Matthew R. Plybon, Mayor
City of Orrville


Duties and Responsibilities of the Mayor

The Mayor is elected to a four-year term. Mayoral duties, as set forth by Article III of the Charter, are to exercise supervision and control of all departments and divisions of the City of Orrville and to see that all laws, ordinances and resolutions are faithfully obeyed and enforced. The Mayor is the recognized official and ceremonial head of the City of Orrville government. The Mayor is required to attend Council meetings, but has no vote. However, the Mayor does have veto power over every ordinance and resolution passed by the Orville City Council. The President of Council is designated by the City Charter to serve as acting mayor during such a period when the Mayor is absent from the City or is otherwise not accessible or temporarily unable to perform their duties.

Contact Information                                                                   
Matthew R Plybon
City of Orrville
207 North Main Street
Orrville, OH  44667

Phone: (330) 684-5001
Fax: (330) 684-5039

Appointed: January 1, 2024

Administrative Assistant, Jeanne Gault (330) 684-5001
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

US Census - City of Orrville 

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