Due to COVID-19, the safety of our residents and employees, the Russells Point Municipal Building is officially

CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

and staffing will be minimal. 


Please be aware of the following changes:

WATER BILL PAYMENTS:  Payments must be mailed or placed in the drop box left of the main door.  Credit card payments will only be accepted by phone between the hours of 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

GOLF CART PERMITS:  The deadline date for the renewal of golf cart permits has been extended until further notice.

ZONING:  All zoning related inquiries will be handled by phone or email.‚Äč


THE FOLLOWING DECLARATIONS HAVE BEEN SIGNED BY THE

VILLAGE OF RUSSELLS POINT REGARDING THE COVID-19 VIRUS


3/17/20  On March 17, 2020 the Mayor signed an Emergency Proclamation - Declaring a State of Emergency in the Village of Russells Point, Ohio

Legal Notice


3/24/20 On March 24, 2020 the Chief of Police signed COVID-19 Local Business Guidance:  2020-01 (click here to read document).  This Guidance provides links to information you may find helpful. The Village of Russells Point is committed to working with Essential Businesses through this health emergency.  It is important to remember the restrictions placed on business is to protect the health and safety of the community.  If you have questions regarding whether your business is an Essential Business, you should contact your legal counsel and the Logan County Health Department at 937-592-9040, then the Village of Russells Point.   

3/25/20 On March 25, 2020 The Mayor signed a second Emergency Proclamation (click here to read document) to protect the citizens of the Village of Russells Point.  It adopts emergency measures taken by the State of Ohio and local government and also declares the need for emergency funding.


433 St. Rt. 708 - P.O. Box 30 - Russells Point, Ohio 43348

Phone:  937-843-2245  -  Fax:  937-843-9956

Village of Russells Point

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