Call 419.523.5020 and an appointment will be made with a police officer who will inspect the golf cart.
This is not a simple question. There are numerous variables including if you live in or outside of the flood zone. Please contact the Zoning Coordinator at 419.523.5020.
Denise Balbaugh is the Certified Floodplain Manager and can be reached at 419.523.5020.
Both Memorial Park and the Waterworks Park have shelterhouses available. The cost is $20.00 and reservations can be made by calling 419.523.5020.
Council meets the 2nd and 4th Monday evening of every month at 7:30 p.m. The meetings are held in Council Chambers; 2nd floor of the Municipal Building at 136 N. Oak Street in Ottawa.
Yes. There is a minimum fee of 3.95% which is charged by Pay-Gov. The icon is available on the left side of the Village home page.
The tax rate has been 1% since inception around 1959.
Yes. If you are interested in signing up, complete the proper form (ACH Authorization) and return it to the Utility Department. You will still receive a monthly bill which will have the amount noted and language stating, "Memo Bill - Do Not Pay."
RITA is an acronym and stands for Regional Income Tax Agency. This entity administers the Village of Ottawa's income tax.
The Village of Ottawa has a contract with Republic Services for residential trash pick-up. Their phone number is 1-800-491-1115. The rates are: $15.17 per household per month for recycling and unlimited weekly trash and includes one "bulk" item per week. The rate is $13.80 per month for recycling and unlimited trash collection and includes one "bulk" item per week for those 62 years and older. Republic also provides a bag service rate of $2.25 per bag for those not subscribing to the weekly service. These bags are available at the Municipal Building on Oak Street.
Contact the Utilities Department at 419.523.5020. A name, address and phone number is all that is needed. No deposit is required.