Road Closure - Perry Pike

June 18-24, daily 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Please be advised that Perry Pike will be CLOSED between Plain City-Lafayette Road and Madison Way from June 18 to June 24 for water line installation. The closure will be in effect daily from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Please follow the posted detours.
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Public Works

Working closely with the Village Administrator and the Water and Wastewater Operators, the Public Works Department manages the daily operations and maintenance of the Village’s streets, parks, water, and sewer lines.

The Public Works Department works year-round on many projects and maintenance operations within the Village, including but not limited to:​

  • Brush pick-up
  • Grounds maintenance and mowing
  • Leaf Removal
  • Litter control
  • Mosquito fogging
  • Sign maintenance
  • Snow removal
  • Street maintenance
  • Street markings
  • Street sweeping
  • Tree trimming
  • Utility locates

Citizens Request Portal
The Village of Plain City utilizes the Citizen Request Portal to address and respond to work order requests submitted by residents.

Examples of work orders are:
  • Request a recycling bin
  • Brush or leaf pickup
  • Reporting a pothole
  • Downed utility lines
  • Traffic signal light that is not functioning
This service is for non-emergency requests only. For emergencies, call 911.
To report a power outage, please contact your electrical provider.

All concerns are automatically converted to work requests and routed to the appropriate department. Users can attach a photo and notes with their requests, as well as track the status and view comments from the Village in response to their requests.

Questions?
We're available Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (excluding holidays) to take your questions, comments, concerns, or requests for service.

Citizen Request Portal
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Call Before You Dig
Anyone planning to dig in Ohio must call 811 or 800-362-2764 at least 48 hours before the commencement of digging. The Ohio Utilities Protection Service will notify utility companies and member companies will mark their lines. Calling before you dig is important not only for safety reasons, but it is also the law.