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Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony In Dorney Plaza

On Friday, November 24, 2017, at 6 p.m., Mayor Lydia Mihalik will be joined by Santa Claus to officially light the City of Findlay’s Christmas Tree in Dorney Plaza.  All are welcome to join them. Thank you to Larry Cashel and Wanda Frankforther for their generous donation  of the tree.  Thank you to Miller Rigging […]

Leaf Pick‐Up starting today – November 20

The City of Findlay will be picking up leaves beginning November 20, 2017, beginning at 7am.  City employees will collect leaves that have been placed in biodegradable PAPER bags at the curb.  Plastic bags will not be picked up.  Bagged leaves should be placed by the curbs no later than 7am on November 20.  An […]

2017 Findlay Police Department Citizen Survey

The Findlay Police Department continues to seek improvements in the quality of services it provides to the people living in Findlay and Hancock County. As part of the effort to improve services, we ask that you share your opinions about the Findlay Police Department. Please take a few moments to complete this anonymous survey and […]

Storm Debris Pickup With Leaf Pickup

The City of Findlay Public Works Department will be picking up tree limbs and other green waste related storm debris in conjunction with the annual leaf pickup starting November 20.  Residents who would like tree limbs picked up are asked to place them curbside by 7am on November 20.   The City of Findlay will […]

New Fixed Rate For Natural Gas Aggregation Program

City Of Findlay Announces New Fixed Rate For Natural Gas Aggregation Program   Findlay, Ohio (October 19, 2017) – City of Findlay officials are pleased to announce that they have established a 12-month fixed-rate of $4.377 per Mcf ($0.4377/Ccf) for natural gas for program members.  The new rate will run from December 2017 through the […]

Downtown Revitalization Update – October 16

The contractor working on Main Street will be performing road crossing at a couple intersections and I wanted to get it out to everyone since it is such short notice.  They will be doing road crossings at Hardin Street, Crawford Street, Front Street, and Clinton Court.  These streets will be temporarily closed while the contractor […]

County Closes East Main Cross Street Near Osborn Bridge

The Hancock County Engineer’s Office announced that East Main Cross Street will be closed between Eastowne Park Row and Huron Road beginning Thursday, October 12, 2017,  at noon.  This closure is expected to last until Thursday, November 23, 2017, weather permitting.  This closure is necessary to complete the construction of the Osborn Street bridge over […]

Winner Announced for John Seman Award

Winner Announced for the John Edward Seman Award for Employee Excellence   The City of Findlay presented Chris Cramer, Maintenance Mechanic with the Street Department, with the John Edward Seman Award for Employee Excellence on October 10, 2017.  Cramer is a 17 year employee with the City of Findlay working only in the Street Department […]

October 2017 Proclaimed as National Disability Employment Awareness Month in ...

Mayor Lydia Mihalik has issued a proclamation declaring October 2017 as National Disability Employment Awareness Month in Findlay, Ohio, and calls upon employers, schools and other community organizations throughout Findlay to observe this month with appropriate programs and activities, and to advance its important message that people with disabilities are equal to the task throughout […]

Mayor Mihalik to Chair USCM Children, Health and Human Services ...

The United States Conference of Mayors President Mitch Landrieu Appoints Findlay Mayor Lydia Mihalik to Chair Children, Health and Human Services Committee   Mayor Lydia Mihalik (Findlay, Ohio) has been appointed the Chair of the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) Standing Committee on Children, Health and Human Services.  “Mayor Mihalik’s recent leadership and willingness […]