Coming Soon-Online Billing & Payment-Available 9-1-16

**Update — Available 09-01-16

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By receiving and paying your bill online, you’ll spend less time writing checks, mailing payments, and tracking due dates. You’ll even be able to view previous bills and payments online.

According to, by switching from paper to electronic billing, statements, and payments, in one year, you could save 6.6 pounds of paper, plant ...

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Covered Bridge Festival-Liberty Street Bridge Vendor Application

Oct 8th & 9th – Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival – Liberty Street Bridge.  

Covered Bridge Vendor Application Form

One of 18 covered bridges within Ashtabula County the Liberty Street Bridge is right here in beautiful Geneva and happens to be the smallest covered bridge.  

Beth Cheney will be coordinating the bridge events this year.

Non-Profits are FREE!  
For Profit $20 for the weekend.  

There will be festival merchandise for sale (i.e shirts, post cards, the 2017 Calendar grab one ...

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2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

2016 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over


August 19-September 5, 2016

This Labor Day, Remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Geneva Police Department Shows Zero Tolerance

In Its Goal to End Drunk Driving

This Labor Day weekend, families and friends will be celebrating the end of the summer. Sadly, this festive time has also become a dangerous time for America’s roads, as many drunk drivers get behind the wheel after celebrating. For this reason, Geneva ...

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SUMMER STORM FIRE SAFETY-Message from the Geneva Fire Department


A wide range of natural disasters occur within the United States every year.  Natural disasters can have a devastating effect on you and your home.

The U.S. Fire Administration encourages you to use the following safety tips to help protect yourself, your family, and your home from the potential threat of fire during or after a summer storm.  You can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a fire casualty by being able to identify potential hazards and following ...

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1. Geneva, Ohio-The 10 Best Places for Wine

1. Geneva, Ohio

The 10 Best Places for Wine

We all know Napa Valley and Sonoma, but these are places you’d never suspect to find a glass of good vino.
By Autumn Jones on May 23, 2016 at 5:39 am EST

The Midwest has a sweet side, and it tastes a lot like Riesling. The next time you’re passing through Ohio, grab a glass and stay awhile. Boasting ...

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Can’t flush this!

A message from the Geneva Wastewater Department – MC Plumber video

Although this recent anti-disposable campaign is in the UK the City of Geneva Wastewater Department would like to pass the message along to our residents.

“It’s such an easy problem to solve and while the ‘MC Plumber’ video may be a bit of fun, behind it is an important message that could end up helping a lot of residents to keep their pipes clear — avoiding unnecessary hassle and cost.” Credit: ...

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CodeRED Community Notification Enrollment

Community Notification Enrollment for Ashtabula County – Code Red Sign Up

The City of Geneva is encouraging their citizens to sign up for the Community Notification Enrollment-Code Red.

By following the link & entering your contact details, you will be added to a nationwide database accessed exclusively for critical community alerts and emergency situations.

Code Red Sign Up

You may also receive the following message from the Ashtabula County Code Red:
This is Ashtabula County ...

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Geneva Senior Center Information, News & Calendar of Events

62 West Main Street
Geneva, OH 44041


Denny Brown – Site Director, ext. 5
Joan Mullen – Program Coordinator, ext. 2
Bob Warner – Technology Coordinator, ext. 5

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 testing, notary service, blood pressure checks, handyman services, transportation, crafts, card games, puzzles, arts and music programs and ...

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Community Message Board Announcements

Community Improvement Corporation of Geneva
Community message sign

HAPPY BIRTHDAY-ANNIVERSARY-WEDDINGS-CONGRATULATIONS-SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Community Message board located at the corner of Rt. 84 & Rt. 534 is available for use.

Messages will be displayed throughout the day. Frequency will based upon the number o messages being displayed.

For More Information or to reserve your place on the sign, contact Tammy Shuttleworth at 440-466-4675.

Annual Rate $ 300.00 per year
Includes (4) different messages a month, total of (48) messages per year
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Recycle Often. Recycle Right.

Recycle Often. Recycle Right.
It’s time to get back to the basics of good recycling.
The fact is that some recycling actions make a bigger impact than others. So please remember the essentials:

  • Recycle all bottles, cans and paper.
  • Keep items clean and dry.
  • No plastic bags in the recycling.

And that’s it. Follow these simple guidelines, and manufacturers will soon get the materials they need to make new products and you’ll soon see how recycling the right materials really does make ...

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Community Housing Impact & Preservation Program (CHIP) grant


The City of Geneva in partnership with the City of Conneaut has received a Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) grant in the amount of $700,000 from the Ohio Development Services Agency. The grant provides for four (4) housing activities: $388,500 for Homeowner Rehabilitation to assist approximately 10 households; $63,200 for Rental Rehabilitation which will assist approximately 2 households; $158,000 for ...

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Chip Program

The City of Geneva recently received a $400,000 Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) grant from the Ohio Department of Development. The grant provides for five (5) basic housing activities: $196,500 for Homeowner Rehabilitation on a city-wide basis $80,000 for Home Repair on a city-wide basis; $30,500 Private Rental Rehabilitation on a city-wide basis; $35,000 for Down payment/Rehabilitation Assistance and $10,000 for Emergency Monthly Housing Assistance.

The City has targeted $100,000 of the activity funds to Census Tract 000800 which is located ...

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