The City of Nelsonville announces that Elm Rock Road will be reduced to one lane at the new sewer plant on Thursday, December 9, and Friday, December 10, 2021 from 7:00AM to 6:00PM each day. Please avoid this area and use an alternate route.
The City of Nelsonville announces the winning sealed bid on property located at 126 Jefferson Street Nelsonville, Ohio. This property was deemed unnecessary for public use. Bids for the property were accepted from November 12, 2021 until December 3, 2021. The City received three bids for the property. The winning bid was placed by Brad Case for $10,299.00 plus closing cost with the property being sold as is.
The City of Nelsonville is currently working on a water main break located on High Street. The repair is causing low water pressure on Burr Oak Boulevard, Crihfield Drive, Sylvania Avenue, Woodlane Drive, Bessemer Road, and the Village of Buchtel until the water line is repaired. A boil order may be issued once repairs are complete.
The Nelsonville Division of Fire will be holding their annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, December 4, 2021. The breakfast will be held at the Nelsonville Elks Lodge located at 53 Rock Boot Way, in Nelsonville. Breakfast will be served from 7:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. The price for breakfast is $6.00 for adults and children under 3 are free. For delivery or pickup orders please call 740-856-7116 or 740-856-7140.
The public is encouraged to come out and eat a good breakfast before enjoying their day long activities in Nelsonville. Come out and support your local fire department.
The Baileys Trail System has a new sign at the Doanville-York Trailhead, https://goo.gl/maps/vansysFdjk7hTie96. The City of Nelsonville donated the bricks for the base of the new trailhead sign. These bricks include Star Bricks and pavers from the lower end of Chestnut Street.
The Baileys Trail System is in the Appalachian foothills of Southeast Ohio, the Baileys will eventually offer 88 miles of trails for every level of rider. Phase 3 construction was completed in Fall 2021 with 31 total miles now on the ground. The Baileys is built for all skill levels of cyclists, hikers, runners, adaptive athletes, hunters, and nature enthusiasts. Two trailheads are currently open–the Chauncey-Dover Park Trailhead and the Doanville-York Trailhead. This system currently has direct community connections to Chauncey and Doanville, and future connections are planned to Nelsonville and Buchtel.
The Baileys Trail System is managed by the Outdoor Recreation Council of Appalachia through an agreement with the Wayne National Forest.
The Nelsonville Water Department replaced fire hydrants that shut off water service to Pinegrove Drive and Walnut Street from Second Street to Burr Oak Boulevard on both sides of the street, Monday, November 29, and Tuesday, November 30, 2021, remember a boil order is in effect for the same area.
When a boil order is in effect, we ask all who are affected to boil their cooking and drinking water for three minutes before being consumed.
The Boil Order will be in effect until further notice, unless notified otherwise.