Proclamation

September 2017 Proclaimed Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Mayor Lydia Mihalik has issued a proclamation declaring September 2017, as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in Findlay, Ohio, and encourages all citizens, government agencies, private businesses, non-profit organizations, and other groups to join in activities that will increase awareness and prevention of prostate cancer to ZERO Out Prostate Cancer in Ohio.  
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Tyler Waldbauer Promoted to Findlay Police Sergeant

The Findlay Police Department recently promoted Officer Tyler Waldbauer to the position of Patrol Sergeant.  Sgt. Waldbauer was sworn in by Mayor Lydia Mihalik at the Findlay Municipal Building on Monday, August 28, 2017. Sergeant Waldbauer began his career with the Findlay Police Department 11 years ago.  He was hired as a full time Police Officer […]
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James Mathias Promoted to Findlay Police Lieutenant

The Findlay Police Department recently promoted Sergeant James Mathias to the position of Lieutenant. Lt. Mathias was sworn in by Mayor Lydia Mihalik at the Findlay Municipal Building on Monday, August 7, 2017. Lieutenant Mathias has been assigned to the Special Services Division, which oversees the Department’s dispatch center, police records, police training, and the officers in […]
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New K-9 Officer

The Findlay Police Department announced the addition of another K-9 unit to the Findlay Police Department.  K-9 “Deke” has joined the force.  Deke is a one year old mix of German Shepherd and Belgian Malinois breed that was imported from Jessen, Germany.  He and his handler, Officer Jacob Atkins, recently completed their K-9 training at […]
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Report Your Flood Damage

The City of Findlay needs to know if you had water in your basement or first floor for assessment purposes.  The link below is for a brief form to complete to report damage to your property.  Please be sure to let us know how much water you had in your basement and if it entered […]
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Flood Damage Debris Pickup

The City of Findlay will be offering a flood damaged debris pickup starting Tuesday, July 18, 2017, for residents.  Any debris damaged by flood water needs to be placed at the curb no later than Tuesday, July 18, at 7am.  Only flood damaged debris will be picked up.  We will be picking up throughout the […]
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Jeff Newcomer Retires After 37 Years

Congratulations to Jeff Newcomer on his retirement after 37 years of public service with 33 years serving the City of Findlay Water Treatment Plant.   Jeff began his career with the City of Findlay in 1984 as a Plant Operator.  He has also held the position of Laboratory Technician.  Jeff was promoted to Water Treatment […]