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NEW GAS AGGREGATION PRICE IS $3.54 PER MCF

The City of Wadsworth announces that the rate for City of Wadsworth residents and businesses participating in its gas aggregation program for the coming year has been set at a fixed rate of $3.54 per MCF.  The new pricing will begin with the November 2017 billing cycle (appearing on the December bill) and continue through October 2018.

 additional details may be found at the link below

gas aggregation program details

 

HISTORIC MAIN STREET WADSWORTH DESIGN GUIDELINES

The Main Street Wadsworth Design Committee has created a set of design guidelines, in conjunction with and in collaboration with The City of Wadsworth.  The purpose of the guidelines is to assist property owners, tenants, architects, designers, contractors, and City staff, as well as Wadsworth’s Architectural Design Committee, throughout the design review process as it relates to the downtown district.  The hope is that these guidelines will serve as a tool to reinforce both quality and consistent design in the downtown, as well as to assist with the design review process. 

The Historic Main Street Design Guidelines have gone through Planning Commission and are on City Council’s agenda for public hearing on September 5, 2017.  

Design Guidelines may be found at the link below.

Design Guidelines

 

WADSWORTH COMMUNITY BRANDING PROJECT

It is essential for communities to create and maintain a brand that connects to an authentic and unique experience that is constantly delivered. Marketing is important for communities as they compete for businesses, residents and visitors. Our goal with this community branding and brand development project is to complete a unique and memorable identity for Wadsworth and market this to the surrounding area.

Please help us by visiting here to fill out a quick survey about how you view Wadsworth. A paper copy of the survey will be included in your next utility bill and can be returned with your payment or delivered to City Hall, Attn: Danielle Rich.

 

Ground Settling Issue in the City of Wadsworth

Please click here to see a press release with information on the City's response to the settling issues that are occurring in the area of Cornerstone Condominiums off Reimer Road.

Please click here for information on Mine Subsidence Insurance.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has created an interactive map (click here) of all known mines in Ohio. Double click to zoom and hold down the main mouse button to move around on the map.

  High Street Widening Project

The High Street Widening Project is an expansion project along State Route 94. Its main objectives are safety and access management along the corridor and to improve the flow of traffic through the area. This will be accomplished by widening the road and bridge over I 76, constructing corridors to reach businesses, constructing a median in the road, adding traffic signals, and constructing a pedestrian and bicycle path. The project is estimated to begin Spring 2016 and end Fall of 2017.

Click here for up-to-date information on the project.

 

New Rate for the 2016-17 Gas Aggregation Program is $2.97 per Mcf

The City of Wadsworth announces that the rate for City of Wadsworth residents and businesses participating in its gas aggregation program for the coming year has been set at a fixed rate of $2.97 per MCF.  "We are particularly pleased to be able to offer our residents a fixed rate that is 8% less than last year's," said Director of Public Service Robert Patrick.  Details on the program may be found at the link below:

City of Wadsworth Gas Aggregation Program

 

City of Wadsworth Water

A few customers have wondered if the problems in Flint, MI could happen here. The short answer is no. Our water supply does not have issues and we add an additive (Zinc Orthophosphate) to our treated water to prevent corrosion in our distribution system and your interior plumbing. Our Water Plant is monitored 24/7 by licensed operators who monitor the water for various corrosion indicators on a continuous basis. Since 1992, the city has been required by the Environmental Protection Agency to test for lead and copper in homes and we have never had a violation. For more information, please see the Water Treatment Plant's webpage by clicking here.  

Trick or Treat in the City of Wadsworth will be Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017

6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

 

Wadsworth, Ohio

The City of Wadsworth offers the quaintness of a small town, coupled with the sophistication of a community that is progressive enough to offer its own municipally-owned electric utility and high-speed internet and cable services. Residents' activities center around the strong Wadsworth City Schools, which are rated 'Excellent with Distinction' in the State; churches; and numerous civic organizations, including a very active Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Wadsworth organization. The City is a delightful mix of families who have been part of the community for several generations, younger families who have chosen to 'move back home' to Wadsworth, and new families who have only recently discovered this special city. Continued...

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