Welcome to the Bay View Website
The Village of Bay View Council and Mayor will work together within the budget to provide beneficial services to the residents and visitors. We will strive to maintain a Police, Fire, Maintenance, Building and Zoning Departments which will ensure that residents and visitors will experience a safe, clean and enjoyable environment.
NEWS / UPCOMING EVENTS
Please do not pour grease down your drains. The grease is creating a problem at our sewer pump station.
Thanks for your co-operation!
The Bay View Police Department has joined the Light Ohio Blue campaign to show and generate support for law enforcement personnel who protect our communities throughout our great state.
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. The Light Ohio Blue campaign coincides with activities associated to Police Week. This year’s dates are Wednesday, May 8 to Thursday May 16.
Businesses and residents in Bay View are encourage to show their support for law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and those currently serving, both sworn and civilian staff.
How can you help Light Ohio Blue?? Place a blue bulb on your exterior porch light. Wrap blue Christmas lights around your home or business. Light up your entire home or business with blue flood lights. Place blue ribbons on your mailbox, nearby columns or posts. Wear blue on May 15.
Tell your friends, family and neighbors what you’re doing, and post a picture to social media using #Light Ohio Blue
Please join us to show support for law enforcement and help light Ohio blue! For more information please visit http://lightohioblue.org/
Village Wide Garage Sale
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
June 7,8,9 2019
When walking your dogs please be courteous and pick up after them. This includes resident’s yards, water front, the park etc.
Mayor and Village Council
Tree Trimming and Chipping Policy
Storm and Wind damage
After a big storm village workers will go through the village chipping branches. They will clean up trees and branches on the streets or Village property.
They do not clean up private property.
Trees and branches that are blown down by the wind on private property can be cut by the owner and the branches placed out by the street for chipping
Village workers only chip branches. They do not hall wood away.
Branches need to be cut into pieces small enough to be put into the chipper and placed near the street.. Branches larger than 4″ in diameter and branches that will not feed into the chipper will not be taken.
Periodically the village workers will go through the village and chip up branches from wind damage and light trimming. They will take piles of branches that can be chipped in 10-20 minutes.
The village does not pick up yard waste. (grass clippings, hedge trimmings, leaves (except for fall leaf pick up) These do not chip well and we have no place to dispose of them
Mayor and Village Council
When Council is in session there is to be no interaction or comment from the floor unless called upon. If you wish to speak at a Council meeting you should contact Mayor Wobser by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 419-684-5315 or 419-656-8278 to be put on the agenda no later than 12 noon on the Monday prior to the Council meeting.