City Hall will be closed on Thurs., November 23, and Fri., November 24, for the Thanksgiving holiday.Read More >
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 23, trash will be delayed by ONE DAY for all City of Orrville residents. Please place your trash and recycling to the curb on Friday, November 24, before 7:00 am for pickup.Read More >
The City is selling used Fiberoptics / Telecommunications Equipment on our eBay site.Read More >
The City of Orrville is requesting sealed bids for the 240 West Market Street Asbestos Removal project. Bids will be received by the Safety-Service Director of the City of Orrville in City Hall at 207 North Main Street, Orrville OH 44667, until 12 noon, local time, December 4, 2017, and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read.Read More >
The City of Orrville is requesting proposals from qualified planning firms with considerable experience for professional services to re-write the City's Zoning Code and Subdivision Regulations.
Sealed responses to this RFP will be received at the City of Orrville, 207 North Main Street, Orrville OH 44667, to the attention of Steven M. Wheeler, Safety-Service Director, until 5 pm (local time) on November 22, 2017.
Details regarding the RFP can be found here. Copies can also be obtained by contacting the Planning and Community Development Manager at 330-684-5003...Read More >
Orrville residents: Want to get rid of your leaves early? Please remember to utilize our Free Compost Center, located on Apple Ave, every Wednesday and Saturday, from now until October 28th. You may drop off your leaves at the following times:
Wednesday 7:15 a.m.-11:15 a.m., and 12:15 p.m.-3:15 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - Noon
The City-wide leaf pick-up service will begin October 30th, with the City being divided into a north and south section; Market Street being the middle line. Please use the following schedule as a guide to know when to have your leaves raked and piled in the tree lawn.
South-end:...Read More >
The City is selling mattress bags to enclose your mattress and box springs if you are setting them out for trash pickup. Our trash hauler has not made this a mandatory requirement YET, but they also will not pick up mattresses if they believe they are contaminated for any reason and are not wrapped in plastic. These bags are available for sale in the Safety-Service Department in City Hall for $6.00 King/Queen size and $4.00 for Full/Twin size.Read More >