Dog Days of Summer Events-Downtown Geneva 7/28 & 7/29

Dog Days of Summer Events-Downtown Geneva 7/28 & 7/29

Live Music – Chinese Auction – 50/50 Raffle

Geneva’s Annual Sidewalk Sale 7/28 & 7/29 from 10am-5pm

Craft Show 7/28 Only 10am-2pm at the Geneva Rec Center

Junk in the Trunk 7/28 Only 10am-2pm at the Depot Street Parking Lot. Call Myke at 440-466-9139 to reserve a spot.

Tunes for Tails 7/28 Only 2pm-5pm at Luisa’s Mexican Grill-Patio. Fundraising event for the Ashtabula County Humane Society.


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Geneva Soccer League-Online Registration-Deadline 8/6

Geneva Soccer League – Online Registration

Register On-Line Here

Registration $45.00 per player – flat rate. Credit cards accepted. Check or cash paid at Geneva City Hall.
Late registrations NOT accepted.

Shinguards (under the socks) required in all practices and games. Soccer cleats recommended but not required – no other style cleats allowed. Team shirt provided.

Login or use the Create New Account during registration. To replace a Login/Password, click on Forgot Password or use the Affinity Soccer ...

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Swift911 Community Notification Enrollment

Community Notification Enrollment for Ashtabula County – Swift911 Sign Up

Ashtabula County has implemented SwiftReach’s Swift911™ alerting solution. This will allow us to alert our community with emergency messages and provide information on how to take action.

Some contact information, either provided by SwiftReach or from our internal collections, has already been uploaded in the system. However, many of our community members are not in the system.

There are two (2) simple options to opt-in and ...

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Employment Opening-Wastewater Treatment Plant Employee

Wastewater Treatment Plant Employee

Employment Application

Position Description-Unlicensed Operator

Position Description-Operator I

Position Description-Operator II

Postition Description-Operator III

The City of Geneva will be accepting application until 5:00 p.m., Friday, July 21, 2017 for an unlicensed or licensed Operator position at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Job descriptions and applications are available at Geneva City Hall, 44 North Forest Street, Geneva, Ohio from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Unlicensed operator wage range is from $14.11 to $16.07 per ...

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Geneva Recreation Presents 2017 Summer Movie Series

Geneva Recreation Presents 2017 Summer Movie Series

Download Summer Movie Schedule

All movies are FREE and held down at the Memorial field in Geneva and starts promptly at 9pm.

June 13 “Secret Life of Pets” – Sponsored by Northwest Ambulance District

June 20 “ Me before you”
Sponsored by the Geneva Business Association

June 27 “Captain American -Civil War”
Sponsored by ...

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Brown Bag Concerts at Noon-Rotary Pavilion

Brown Bag Concerts at Noon

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All concerts are Free and open to the Public. All concerts start at noon and are held at the Pavilion in downtown Geneva. Next to Capo’s Pizza. Downtown Geneva, Ohio.

June 14 Cat Lily
June 21 Ed Dana
June 28 2120 Project
July 5 Tyrone Hornbuckle
July 12 Take II
July 19 Czarina Charter
July 26 Jeff Welsh
August 2 White Chapple Jack
August 9 Jimmy Fuller
August 16 Dick Dana
August 23 Ed Dana

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Geneva Senior Center Information, News & Calendar of Events

Senior Center Brochure

July Newsletter & Calendar

62 West Main Street
Geneva, OH 44041


Denny Brown – Site Director, ext. 1
Joan Mullen – Program Coordinator, ext. 2
Bob Warner – Technology Coordinator, ext. 1
Beth Carney – Prescription Assistance, ext. 3
Transportation, ext. 2

The Geneva Senior Center is free to all people age 60 and older. The center is a place for free activities and services for senior citizens, including free smoke alarms, blood sugar ...

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Online Bill Pay

Online Bill Pay Information

Pay your bill On-line at:

Online Presentment and Payment FAQ’s

What are some of the benefits of receiving my bill electronically?
It is convenient, saves time, reduces errors, allows you to receive bills anywhere at any time and helps the environment by saving trees. You can continue to receive a paper bill, but if you elect to go paperless, you can always print out a copy of the invoice if needed.

What are the benefits of ...

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Campfire Safety Tips

Campfire Safety Tips

Nothing says “summer” like a campfire or bonfire, but these fun activities also present a number of safety hazards.  According to a report from the United States Fire Administration, summer is one of the most dangerous seasons for fire-related injuries and deaths.  Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to protect yourself and your loved ones while still having a great time.

If you’ll be spending the summer camping or just toasting marshmallows in the back yard, it’s a good ...

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Ohio’s Local Governments Open Checkbooks to Citizens

Ohio’s Local Governments Open Checkbooks to Citizens

With a few clicks, users can answer questions such as “how much money has the government spent in total on street lights?” or “which departments spent the most money last month?” With this initiative, Ohio is truly setting the gold standard for transparency in government spending, making millions of local government checkbook entries available to citizens in an easy-to-use digital format.

With OpenGov Checkbook technology, citizens and administrators alike can search millions of individual checkbook ...

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Emergency Phone Calls. Get It Right the First Time-A Message From The Geneva Fire Department

Emergency Phone Calls. Get It Right the First Time

When an emergency, such as a fire, occurs, people become panicky and confused.  As a result, many calls received by emergency dispatchers are not complete enough for help to arrive quickly.  Sometimes no calls are received because everyone thought someone else had already called the fire department.  The Geneva Fire Department offers the following suggestions:

1. Know that the emergency number for fire, police, and ambulance is 911.

2. In case ...

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Fire Safety for the Disabled

Fire Safety for the Disabled

Everyone becomes momentarily disabled in a fire because of the blinding smoke and poisonous gases, but those with permanent disabilities face an even greater danger.  Fires call for quick actions and responses.  Since disabled persons have made progress in overcoming obstacles in other areas, the Geneva Fire Department suggests they can win against the threat of fire if they plan ahead and make necessary arrangements.

It is important for the disabled to discuss their emergency ...

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