Village of Warsaw

Coshocton County, Ohio

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The Walhonding Valley Historical Society

The Walhonding Valley Historical Society was formed in 2001 -- the culmination of a vision by community leader Marvin Davis, who died two years earlier. Marvin wished there to be a way for people to share in preserving the past for future generations so they can cherish its traditions and learn from its lessons. The Society is governed by a Board of Trustees, which has adopted bylaws and incorporated with the state as a non-profit corporation.

Walhonding Valley Fire District

The Walhonding Valley Fire District was established in 1987 in a five bay building on Main Street in Warsaw. The original fire department was formed in 1925 and was the Warsaw Fire Department. To read more, visit their site.

Coshocton County

The Official site of Coshocton County where you can get information on all County offices, services, etc.

River View School District

Information concerning the River View School District which serves the Village of Warsaw.

United Way of Coshocton County

Coshocton County's United Way organization with listings of their members and programs.

Water and Sewer Department

 

Village Administrator: Ed Robinette
Phone: 740-824-3757
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Assistant: Tom Savage
Water and Sewer Clerk: Steve Martin
Phone: 740-824-3600
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In the early 1940's the Village of Warsaw created a public water works system. This system was installed under Roosevelt's New Deal, which created government jobs for the unemployed following the Great Depression. The original public water system contained a single water well, which was later expanded to 2 wells in 1958. In addition to the second well, an extension line was installed to the eastern edge of the village.

In 1970 funding from an OWDA and EPA Grant created sewage lines and an extension to the Riverview Community Park. Then, in 1997 water and sewer lines were extended to Warsaw Park Place.

The Warsaw Water Works System, located on the Walhonding river, has helped to keep the Village of Warsaw a growing community and has continued plans for expansion and modernization.

Water Rates

 
Gallons used during Billing Period Rate
0 - 999 $11.75
1000 - 1999 $13.75
2000 - 2999 $15.75
3000 - 3999 $17.75
4000 - 4999 $19.75
5000 - 5999 $21.75
6000 - 6999 $23.75
7000 - 7999 $25.75
8000 - 8999 $27.75
9000 - 9999 $29.75
10,000 - 10,999 $31.75
11,000 - 11,999 $33.75
12,000 - 12,999 $35.75
13,000 - 13,999 $37.75
14,000 - 14,999 $39.75
15,000 - 15,999 $41.75
16,000 - 16,999 $43.75
17,000 - 17,999 $45.75
18,000 - 18,999 $47.57
19,000 - 19,999 $49.75
20,000 - 20,999 $51.75
21,000 - 21,999 $53.75
22,000 - 22,999 $55.75

 


 

Sewer Rates

 
Gallons Processed during Billing Period Rate
0 - 9,999 $28.00
Each Additional 1,000 gallons Add $2.50

 

 

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Monthly Calendar

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Events

Oct 21, 2017
04:00PM - 07:00PM
"Parktoberfest" Cancelled
Nov 15, 2017
07:00PM -
Council Meeting