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Wadsworth Recycling Bins are now in place

Medina County Solid Waste District single-stream recycling drop-off bins are now in place at 5 locations in the City of Wadsworth:  

Transfer Station

165 Auble Street

Weatherstone Park

Reimer Road

Charles R. Parsons Administration Building

524 Broad

Franklin Elementary School

200 Takacs

Friedt Park

Leatherman Road

Specifics on the program and the types of recyclables that are permitted to be placed in the bins may be found at the link below:

 Recycling Bins press release and locations map

Recycling Bins photo and instructions tag

Please note that recyclable materials should be placed in the bins LOOSE, NOT IN BAGS.  If bins are full, you are asked to NOT to leave materials on the ground near the bin but, instead, to take them to an alternate bin location for placement in a container.  Information on items appropriate for recycling is posted on the bins themselves.  

 

City of Wadsworth Gas Aggregation Price for 2015-16 is a fixed rate of $3.23 per mcf.

The City of Wadsworth announces that the rate for customers participating in its gas aggregation program for the coming year has been set at a fixed rate of $3.23 per mcf.  Additional information may be found at the link below:

click here for additional information on the gas aggregation program

 

Mosquitos Test Positive for West Nile Virus

On August 13, 2015, the Medina County Health Department received confirmation that a sample of mosquitos taken from Memorial Park had tested positive for West Nile Virus.  As a precautionary measure, the Medina County Health District, in partnership with the City of Wadsworth, is identifying and treating areas of standing water in Memorial Park.  Information regarding this issue and on ways to prevent and avoid West Nile virus may be found at the link below:

Mosquitos Test Positive for West Nile Virus - press release

 

 

 

CLEAN OHIO TRAILS FUND GRANT

The City of Wadsworth announces it has been awarded funding in the amount of $372,185 from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources' Clean Ohio Trails Fund, which will allow the City to construct a trail that could ultimately connect to the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail.

For more information, Click Here.

 

Trick or Treat 2015

Trick or Treat will be observed in the City of Wadsworth on Saturday, October 31, 2015, from 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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