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  • Nelsonville Accepting Sealed Bids on Property

    126 Jefferson St Nelsonville, OH until 6/28/21

    picture of 126 Jefferson Street Property

    The City of Nelsonville is currently accepting sealed bids on property located at 126 Jefferson Street Nelsonville, Ohio until June 28, 2021. This property has been deemed unnecessary for public use. All bids can be submitted to the City Manager’s Office at 211 Lake Hope Drive, Nelsonville, Ohio 45764. Questions about this property can be submitted by email at citymaanger@cityofnelsonville.com

    • Electric Heat
    • Full basement
    • 588 Square foot
    • Year Built 1998
    • Basement
    • Acres .1273, Square Foot 5,544
    • Minimum bid must start out at $7,000.00 plus closing cost.
    • City Nelsonville City
    • Township York Township
    • School Nelsonville-York City school district
    Bird's eye view of 126 Jefferson Street


  • Thunder in the Valley 2021

    Sunday, July 4, 2021

    Thunder in the Valley Banner Image

    The annual "Thunder In The Valley" fireworks spectacular is schedule for Sunday, July 4, 2021 located on the Hocking College Campus. Parking is available at Hocking College, and plenty of seating is available on the fields and lots. No Parking will be permitted on Hocking Parkway or State Route 691. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the Hocking College Campus. The show can be viewed from most areas of Nelsonville as it lights up the hills of Southeast Ohio.

    The Nelsonville Division of Fire is selling VIP tickets for the 2021 "Thunder In The Valley" fireworks spectacular. VIP vehicle parking passes can be purchased for $10.00. If you prefer to walk to the fireworks, you can purchase a VIP walk-in pass for $3.00 per person. Do not wait until the last minute to purchase a VIP parking pass, there are only a limited number of passes available. VIP tickets can be purchased at the Nelsonville Fire Department. The VIP area will open at 5:00PM on July 4th.

    More information will be released as the event draws nearer. If you have any questions about VIP tickets, contact the Nelsonville Fire Department at thunder@cityofnelsonville.com or (740) 753-1244.


  • City Office Closed: Memorial Day

    Monday, May 31, 2021

    The City of Nelsonville announces that all City offices will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. City offices will re-open for business on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 for regular business hours.


  • Common Code Violations

    The City of Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office would like to remind Nelsonville residents of City codes that exist and commonly cause violations that are reported to the Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office.

    Read about some of the common code violations on the Common Code Violations page.

    Common Code Violations clickable graphic


  • Code Enforcement Spring 2021

    Letter to Citizens

    Dear Nelsonville Citizens,

    Spring is here and the City of Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office would like to notify everyone that this office has begun diligently enforcing City Ordinances. We are focusing on safety and improving community appearance by working with citizens and property owners to improve and maintain property aesthetics and value. This is attained through enforcement of property maintenance codes.

    Code Enforcement procedures have been updated and are as follows:

    If you are in violation of the city code, you will be notified by mail or in person. For non-hazardous violations, the first letter sent is mailed as a courtesy notice. It is intended to advise that a violation of a law or municipal code has been observed. If you receive one of these letters you may contact the Code Enforcement Office at 740-753-1314 with any questions.

    This letter will also inform you of the date that the violation needs to be corrected. If the violation is not corrected by the date given, you will receive a citation. The fine for the first offence will not exceed $150.00 for each violation(s). Each day in which a violation continues can be a separate offence. The fine for a second offence will not exceed $250.00 for each violation(s). Each day in which a violation continues can be a separate offence. Our goal is to have citizens voluntarily abate violations without taking further enforcement action.

    A list of the most common code violations can be found on the City’s website under the "Code" main menu item by clicking Common Violations.

    We sincerely appreciate your efforts in partnering with us to keep our city clean and safe for all who resides in, visit and drive through Nelsonville.

    Thank you,

    Becky Barber
    Nelsonville Code Enforcement


  • Street Sweeper Temporarily Out of Service

    The City of Nelsonville street sweeping program will be postponed due to repairs on the street sweeper. We hope to have the repairs complete and the street sweeper back on its daily routes by mid next week (week of May 16). Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Residents with questions can call 740-753-1314.


  • Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office

    To Conduct Exterior Property & Grass Inspections

    The City of Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office is notifying Nelsonville residents that exterior property and grass inspection are being conducted this week. The City has identified concentrated inspection areas where inspections of property will be performed in a proactive, more systematic manner. Inspections result from complaints received from the public.

    If a complaint is filed and valid, a violation notice will be issued to the owner. If violations exist, a violation notice is issued giving the property owner time to make corrections. If violations are not corrected in consultation with the Department of Law, legal proceedings can be initiated against the property owner.

    Common Code Violations:

    • High Grass and Weeds – Weeds and grass should not exceed eight (8) inches in height.
    • Garbage and Debris Accumulation – Such as paper, trash, garbage, waste, rubbish, refuse, junk, scrap materials such as automobile, trailer or vehicle chassis, parts or sections, or scrap iron, old metal, rope, bottles, lead pipe, paper, rags, stoves, furniture, or other waste materials which is or may become noxious, offensive, injurious, or dangerous to the public health, comfort, or safety.
    • Inoperable, Junk or Unlicensed Vehicles – Such as junk, inoperable motor vehicles and vehicles with expired registration May not be stored outside in the open must be in a completely enclosed building (not a tarp or vehicle cover).
    • Vehicle Parking – Vehicles parked in residential areas should be on hard surface i.e. concrete, asphalt, paver surface, not on grass.
    • Accessory Structures – Fences, sheds, accessory buildings, and structures shall be maintained structurally sound and in good repair.

    Please contact Becky Barber, Code Enforcement Officer, if you have any questions or concerns. 8:00- 4:00 pm Monday/Friday (740) 753-1314 or administration@cityofnelsonville.com


  • Nelsonville to keep flags at half-staff

    Until Sunset, Sunday, May 9th, in Honor of Fallen Firefighter Jeff Armes

    The City of Nelsonville announces that all United States and State of Ohio flags at City buildings will remain at half-staff until sunset on Sunday, May 9, 2021. This is being done to honor the life and service of Nelsonville Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes. We ask that all business and private flags follow this example to honor Firefighter Armes.


  • City Offices Closing 11:00 am, Friday, May 7

    In Honor of Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes

    The City of Nelsonville announces that all City offices will close at 11:00 AM, Friday, May 7, 2021 to honor Nelsonville Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes and allow City employees to attend his funeral. City offices will re-open for business on Monday, May 10, 2021 for regular business hours.


  • Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes Funeral Service


    Firefighter Jeff Armes

    Funeral services for Nelsonville Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes have been revised to handle the volume of mourners expected. Friends may call at Roberts Funeral Home, 60 West Hunter street Logan, Ohio from 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM on Thursday, May 6, 2021. Guests are required to follow current pandemic guidelines by wearing masks and practicing social distancing.

    A funeral service will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday, May 7, 2021 at the Logan Conference Center, 30682 Chieftain Drive, Logan, Ohio. Following the service there will be a procession to Greenlawn Cemetery in Nelsonville, where Firefighter graveside services will take place. All Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement and public are welcome to this event.

    The Logan Fire Department will be coordinating all apparatus staging around the Logan Conference Center. Any department planning on sending apparatus to the funeral service should contact Logan Fire Chief Brian Robertson, 740-216-0099 or Waterloo Township Fire Chief Craig Churchheus, 740-707-2146.

    PROCESSION ROUTE

    Leaving Logan Conference Center, vehicles will turn right onto Chieftain Drive and continue onto US-33 East.

    The procession will exit on John Lloyd Evans Memorial Drive and continue through Nelsonville east on Canal Street and continue onto Elm Rock Road and into Greenlawn Cemetery. Once in the cemetery please follow the lead vehicles. Excess apparatus and vehicles will be staged on Elm Rock Road.

    Any department wishing to join the procession from Nelsonville can stage on Diamond Brick Road prior the Nelsonville roundabout. Radio communications for procession apparatus will be on a MARCS XECOMM 14. Please use this talk group to coordinate arrival and for use during the procession.


  • Nelsonville Accepting Sealed Bids on Property

    126 Jefferson St Nelsonville, OH until 6/28/21

    picture of 126 Jefferson Street Property

    The City of Nelsonville is currently accepting sealed bids on property located at 126 Jefferson Street Nelsonville, Ohio until June 28, 2021. This property has been deemed unnecessary for public use. All bids can be submitted to the City Manager’s Office at 211 Lake Hope Drive, Nelsonville, Ohio 45764. Questions about this property can be submitted by email at citymaanger@cityofnelsonville.com

    • Electric Heat
    • Full basement
    • 588 Square foot
    • Year Built 1998
    • Basement
    • Acres .1273, Square Foot 5,544
    • Minimum bid must start out at $7,000.00 plus closing cost.
    • City Nelsonville City
    • Township York Township
    • School Nelsonville-York City school district
    Bird's eye view of 126 Jefferson Street


  • Thunder in the Valley 2021

    Sunday, July 4, 2021

    Thunder in the Valley Banner Image

    The annual "Thunder In The Valley" fireworks spectacular is schedule for Sunday, July 4, 2021 located on the Hocking College Campus. Parking is available at Hocking College, and plenty of seating is available on the fields and lots. No Parking will be permitted on Hocking Parkway or State Route 691. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the Hocking College Campus. The show can be viewed from most areas of Nelsonville as it lights up the hills of Southeast Ohio.

    The Nelsonville Division of Fire is selling VIP tickets for the 2021 "Thunder In The Valley" fireworks spectacular. VIP vehicle parking passes can be purchased for $10.00. If you prefer to walk to the fireworks, you can purchase a VIP walk-in pass for $3.00 per person. Do not wait until the last minute to purchase a VIP parking pass, there are only a limited number of passes available. VIP tickets can be purchased at the Nelsonville Fire Department. The VIP area will open at 5:00PM on July 4th.

    More information will be released as the event draws nearer. If you have any questions about VIP tickets, contact the Nelsonville Fire Department at thunder@cityofnelsonville.com or (740) 753-1244.


  • City Office Closed: Memorial Day

    Monday, May 31, 2021

    The City of Nelsonville announces that all City offices will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday. City offices will re-open for business on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 for regular business hours.


  • Common Code Violations

    The City of Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office would like to remind Nelsonville residents of City codes that exist and commonly cause violations that are reported to the Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office.

    Read about some of the common code violations on the Common Code Violations page.

    Common Code Violations clickable graphic


  • Code Enforcement Spring 2021

    Letter to Citizens

    Dear Nelsonville Citizens,

    Spring is here and the City of Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office would like to notify everyone that this office has begun diligently enforcing City Ordinances. We are focusing on safety and improving community appearance by working with citizens and property owners to improve and maintain property aesthetics and value. This is attained through enforcement of property maintenance codes.

    Code Enforcement procedures have been updated and are as follows:

    If you are in violation of the city code, you will be notified by mail or in person. For non-hazardous violations, the first letter sent is mailed as a courtesy notice. It is intended to advise that a violation of a law or municipal code has been observed. If you receive one of these letters you may contact the Code Enforcement Office at 740-753-1314 with any questions.

    This letter will also inform you of the date that the violation needs to be corrected. If the violation is not corrected by the date given, you will receive a citation. The fine for the first offence will not exceed $150.00 for each violation(s). Each day in which a violation continues can be a separate offence. The fine for a second offence will not exceed $250.00 for each violation(s). Each day in which a violation continues can be a separate offence. Our goal is to have citizens voluntarily abate violations without taking further enforcement action.

    A list of the most common code violations can be found on the City’s website under the "Code" main menu item by clicking Common Violations.

    We sincerely appreciate your efforts in partnering with us to keep our city clean and safe for all who resides in, visit and drive through Nelsonville.

    Thank you,

    Becky Barber
    Nelsonville Code Enforcement


  • Street Sweeper Temporarily Out of Service

    The City of Nelsonville street sweeping program will be postponed due to repairs on the street sweeper. We hope to have the repairs complete and the street sweeper back on its daily routes by mid next week (week of May 16). Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Residents with questions can call 740-753-1314.


  • Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office

    To Conduct Exterior Property & Grass Inspections

    The City of Nelsonville Code Enforcement Office is notifying Nelsonville residents that exterior property and grass inspection are being conducted this week. The City has identified concentrated inspection areas where inspections of property will be performed in a proactive, more systematic manner. Inspections result from complaints received from the public.

    If a complaint is filed and valid, a violation notice will be issued to the owner. If violations exist, a violation notice is issued giving the property owner time to make corrections. If violations are not corrected in consultation with the Department of Law, legal proceedings can be initiated against the property owner.

    Common Code Violations:

    • High Grass and Weeds – Weeds and grass should not exceed eight (8) inches in height.
    • Garbage and Debris Accumulation – Such as paper, trash, garbage, waste, rubbish, refuse, junk, scrap materials such as automobile, trailer or vehicle chassis, parts or sections, or scrap iron, old metal, rope, bottles, lead pipe, paper, rags, stoves, furniture, or other waste materials which is or may become noxious, offensive, injurious, or dangerous to the public health, comfort, or safety.
    • Inoperable, Junk or Unlicensed Vehicles – Such as junk, inoperable motor vehicles and vehicles with expired registration May not be stored outside in the open must be in a completely enclosed building (not a tarp or vehicle cover).
    • Vehicle Parking – Vehicles parked in residential areas should be on hard surface i.e. concrete, asphalt, paver surface, not on grass.
    • Accessory Structures – Fences, sheds, accessory buildings, and structures shall be maintained structurally sound and in good repair.

    Please contact Becky Barber, Code Enforcement Officer, if you have any questions or concerns. 8:00- 4:00 pm Monday/Friday (740) 753-1314 or administration@cityofnelsonville.com


  • Nelsonville to keep flags at half-staff

    Until Sunset, Sunday, May 9th, in Honor of Fallen Firefighter Jeff Armes

    The City of Nelsonville announces that all United States and State of Ohio flags at City buildings will remain at half-staff until sunset on Sunday, May 9, 2021. This is being done to honor the life and service of Nelsonville Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes. We ask that all business and private flags follow this example to honor Firefighter Armes.


  • City Offices Closing 11:00 am, Friday, May 7

    In Honor of Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes

    The City of Nelsonville announces that all City offices will close at 11:00 AM, Friday, May 7, 2021 to honor Nelsonville Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes and allow City employees to attend his funeral. City offices will re-open for business on Monday, May 10, 2021 for regular business hours.


  • Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes Funeral Service


    Firefighter Jeff Armes

    Funeral services for Nelsonville Senior Firefighter Jeff Armes have been revised to handle the volume of mourners expected. Friends may call at Roberts Funeral Home, 60 West Hunter street Logan, Ohio from 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM on Thursday, May 6, 2021. Guests are required to follow current pandemic guidelines by wearing masks and practicing social distancing.

    A funeral service will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday, May 7, 2021 at the Logan Conference Center, 30682 Chieftain Drive, Logan, Ohio. Following the service there will be a procession to Greenlawn Cemetery in Nelsonville, where Firefighter graveside services will take place. All Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement and public are welcome to this event.

    The Logan Fire Department will be coordinating all apparatus staging around the Logan Conference Center. Any department planning on sending apparatus to the funeral service should contact Logan Fire Chief Brian Robertson, 740-216-0099 or Waterloo Township Fire Chief Craig Churchheus, 740-707-2146.

    PROCESSION ROUTE

    Leaving Logan Conference Center, vehicles will turn right onto Chieftain Drive and continue onto US-33 East.

    The procession will exit on John Lloyd Evans Memorial Drive and continue through Nelsonville east on Canal Street and continue onto Elm Rock Road and into Greenlawn Cemetery. Once in the cemetery please follow the lead vehicles. Excess apparatus and vehicles will be staged on Elm Rock Road.

    Any department wishing to join the procession from Nelsonville can stage on Diamond Brick Road prior the Nelsonville roundabout. Radio communications for procession apparatus will be on a MARCS XECOMM 14. Please use this talk group to coordinate arrival and for use during the procession.


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Important City Phone Numbers

  • Office: 753.1314
  • Police & Fire Emergency: 9 1 1
  • Police Non-Emergency:
    753.1922 or 753.1736
  • Fire Non-Emergency: 753.1244

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