Tickets available at the Village Office, Gilbert Hardware, or from member of recreation commitee or rotary member.
The village office will be closed Wednesday Feb. 12th from 9 - 10:30 for training. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Village of New London (pop. 2400 est.) is seeking an individual to fill the role of Police Chief with the Village of New London, Ohio Police Department. This position requires leading a department of 13 sworn and volunteer employees, taking charge of an annual budget of $478,000.00, and being a leader in the community. The Village offers health insurance benefits. The salary range is $49,000-$65,000 depending on experience, knowledge and education of the candidate. A resume and cover letter must be received by the Village of New London, 115 East Main Street, New London, Ohio 44851 by 4 p.m. on February 28, 2020. Materials may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOB TITLE: POLICE CHIEF
737.15 Appointment of village marshal.
Each village shall have a marshal, designated chief of police, appointed by the mayor with the advice and consent of the legislative authority of the village, who need not be a resident of the village at the time of appointment but shall become a resident thereof within six months after appointment by the mayor and confirmation by the legislative authority unless such residence requirement is waived by ordinance, and who shall continue in office until removed therefrom as provided by section 737.171 of the Revised Code.
Reports to: Mayor
Supervises: All members of the New London Police Department
Nature of Work
Controls over Work
The employee is under the supervision of the Mayor of the Village of New London.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Plans and directs all administrative and technical activities in the Police Department; develops and implements internal policies, procedures, schedules and other operating practices, rules and regulation police operations.
Education and Experience
Associate’s degree in police science or related field and ten years of law enforcement experience, including three years in police management: or any combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability required performing the job.
Licensing and Certification:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Extensive knowledge of all phases of police department work, including principles and practices of modern crime prevention, criminal and traffic investigation, apprehension, and rules of evidence, management and operations of telecommunications center.
Physical Demand and Work Environment
The employee primarily drives a vehicle or walks. But some work is performed in an office setting. There is considerable walking, bending, stooping, reaching, and at times, running. Since the employee takes physical custody of persons, there is a certain amount of physical contact and confrontation. And, sometimes the employee is vulnerable to personal injury. The employee performs the work shift in rotation through a twenty-four hour, seven day a week work schedule. The work sometimes requires above average physical agility and conditioning.
The employee frequently works in outside weather conditions while on foot or bicycle patrol. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts; in high, precarious places; and with explosives and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, and vibration. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move more than 100 pounds.
The noise level in the work environment is occasionally loud in the field and quiet in the office.
The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.
Attention Village residents:
a paper/newspaper recycling bin is available at the Village Garage
101 W. Fir St. Monday- Friday 7 am-3:30 pm
The Village also provides curbside pick up of cardboard and paper/newspaper. Put out seperate on your regular garbage pick up day. Newspaper/Paper needs to be bundled and the cardboard needs to be free from any foreign material such as plastic or styrafoam.
HURON COUNTY TREASURER WILL BE AT THE VILLAGE OFFICE COLLECTING FIRST-HALF REAL ESTATE TAX ON
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH 9-12PM
The mission of the Huron County Land Reutilization Corporation (Huron County Land Bank) is the preservation, restoration or disposal of abandoned or foreclosed properties. To strategically acquire properties, return them to productive use, reduce blight, increase property values, support community goals, and improve the quality of life for Huron County residents
Needed with application: copy of owners drivers license, acceptable evidence of ownership of the property to be serviced ( example: copy of recorded deed, written notification from a title company/escrow agent, indicating that closing of a sale to applicant is imminent, current tax bill from county auditor).
Account stays in owners name
Click on the link above to see if you qualify.
The Laurels of New London has collaborated with the Alzheimer's Association to provide free monthly educational programs every 1st Tuesday of the month at 2p.
All programs are held at The Laurels of New London and are free to the public
Programs like this will offer information on every stage of Alzheimer's disease and give guidance on legal and financial issues in relation to the disease, as well as providing a better understanding of how to communicate with and how to understand the behavior of someone diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
The public is welcome to speak with representatives from the Alzheimer's Association about any issues related to the disease, whether they be a caregiver, a family member, or a person diagnosed with Alzheimer's themselves.
Some of programs being offered, all starting at 2PM, are as follows:
Know the 10 Signs
Healthy Living for a Healthy Brain
Effective Communication Strategies
Legal and Financial
Understanding and Responding to Dementia-Related Behaviors
Questions? Interested? Please call Tessa Clark at 419.546.0355
VILLAGE OF NEW LONDON 2019 INCOME TAX FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT THE VILLAGE OFFICE, POST OFFICE OR LIBRARY .
WHO MUST FILE: EVERY RESIDENT, 18 YEARS OR OLDER WHETHER OR NOT A TAX IS DUE IS REQUIRED TO FILE A TAX RETURN. IF YOU ARE RETIRED OR PERMANENTLY DISABLE AND NO LONGER ARE EMPLOYED, INDICATE THIS ON YOUR TAX FORM AND RETURN TO THE TAX DEPARTMENT.
UPDATE: DOXO is a third-party bill pay.They informed me they collect online payments but then in turn mail a check to us (which takes 7-10 business days). They are not associated with us. We do not recommend using this site to pay your Village of New London bill.
We just became aware of a website ,DOXO, that looks and acts like it is the Village of New London bill pay . This is not us, the website to pay your Village of New London utilities is https://newlondon.authoritypay.com. Please share
HILEMAN BUILDING AND NEW LONDON RECREATION PARK SHELTER RENTAL INFORMATION PLEASE CALL THE VILLAGE OFFICE AT 419-929-4091
YOU CAN NOW VIEW, PRINT,PAY YOUR UTILITY BILL ON-LINE USING THE CUSTOMER PORTAL @ HTTP://NEWLONDON.AUTHORITYPAY.COM.
CREDIT CARD AND ACH PAYMENTS NOW AVAILABLE
IF YOU HAD REQUESTED TO RECEIVE YOUR UTILITY BILL BY EMAIL WE ARE WORKING ON PROCESSING THESE REQUESTS
Veterans Memorial Park
Paver Order Form
4 X 8 Paver - $80.00( Nutmeg Red)
3 Lines - 20 Characters Per Line
8 X 8 Paver - $150.00(Nutmeg Red)
$200.00 or greater ( Lighthouse Grey)
6 Lines - 20 Characters Per Line
Make check payable & send to:
Village of New London
with memo to Memorial Park
Attention: Veterans Memorial Park
115 E. Main St.
New London, Ohio 44851
This is a maintenance funding tool and is open to all upon payment of the requisite fee. New London
residency not required. Inscription may honor a particular living/deceased veteran, resident,
business or any positive verse or statement appropriate for the memorial. Wording should not be political in nature or in a negative/discriminatory manner.
For more information, contact:
New London Village Offices at 419-929-4091
Village of New London
Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report
RENT THE VILLAGE OF NEW LONDON
COMMUNITY CENTER & COUNCIL CHAMBER BUILDING
(Located behind Village Office)
FOR YOUR NEXT PARTY, SHOWER OR MEETING
ACCOMODATES APPROX. 75 PEOPLE
RENTAL FEE: $100.00
DAMAGE DEPOSIT (REFUNDABLE) $100.00
TOTAL DUE AT TIME OF RENTAL:= $200.00
CALL VILLAGE OFFICE @419-929-4461
Council Meeting Times:
Village Council meets the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month at 7 p.m. The meetings are held in the Village Council Chambers.
Council Chambers is located at 12 James St., New London, OH 44851.
Community Service Announcement
United Way's 2-1-1 is a community service you can use to get information about social,health and government resources. This free, 24-hour service is available to residents of Allen, Ashland,Belmont, Crawford, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Holmes,Huron, Lawrence, Marion, Medina,Portage,Van Wert, Wayne and Wyandot Counties. Visit www.211huron.org for more information