From the Desk of the Mayor
Now Hiring Lifeguards and managers for the Pemberville Community Pool
Information and Applications are available on the Parks and Rec page. Contact Sarah Dyer, Pemberville Fiscal Officer, 115 Main St, PO Box 109, Pemberville, OH 43450,  clerk@villageofpemberville.org or call 419-287-3832 for an application

Lifeguard Classes.  There will only be one full class this year offered at BGSU, which will be happening in May.



From Mayor Carol Bailey
Welcome Spring!!!

With Spring weather on the horizon, let me recap some of the activities and services that you can expect here in the Village.

Brush pickup resumes! Please be sure to place your trimmings at the curb by 7 am that morning. Please don’t place them in a garbage can! Place them as neatly as you can at the curb!  Dates for brush pickup will be May 2, August 1, September 6, and Oct 3.  If you have brush trimmings in between our scheduled pickups, please take them to the brush dump at our Village Municipal Garage.

Swimming Pool Pass, Swim Lessons, etc sign up April 23 & May 14  (Discount of $20. If purchased prior to May 28)
Pool opening day TBA 
Memorial Day Service May 30  
Car Shows resume June 2, July 7, August 4, and Sept. 8
Pemberville Party in the Park will be July 3 (more information on that soon)
Village Garage Sales will be July 16
Pemberville Fair August 17-20


With warmer weather and possible weather events headed our way, be sure that you are signed up for CodeRed notifications, information is below.

Also, make sure to check with our Zoning Officer if you are planning to change anything outside your home, i.e. a shed, pool, trailers, RV’s, etc.  A simple call to Eric Campbell can save costly errors! 419-287-4768
Have a wonderful Spring and remember if you need to contact me, call 419-287-3832 or my cell, 419-419-9645. I’m happy to help!

Carol Bailey
Mayor, Village of Pemberville



Something new!! You may now access all Pemberville's Ordinances online! click here to access our code library


CodeRED - Is a wonderful system that alerts you to problems on your street, town or countywide. Storms, floods, CoVid19 announcements all can come directly to you. It’s free and easy and now would be a good time to add the CodeRED app to your phone or home computer. Information for that can be found at www.woodcountysheriff.com/wood-county-codered/

R U OK? - a new service to check on seniors. Please take a look and if this service would benefit you or someone you know please sign up. Contact Deputy Brianne Cooper at 419-354-9005

IF YOU ARE A SENIOR AND REQUIRE MEAL ASSISTANCE - call the Wood County Committee on Aging 419-353-5661 Or call the Mayor 419-419-9645 Also the WCCOA is looking for volunteers to deliver Mobile Meals in the Pemberville area. It takes about 1 hour and you can volunteer weekly, or even once per month. Please consider volunteering, it is extremely rewarding!

If you have old, outdated prescription (or other drugs) there is a ‘dropbox’ in the lobby of the police station. They may be safely disposed of there. NO SYRINGES please!

If you are going away for a bit, let the Pemberville Police know! They offer a service to watch your home for you. Go to the Government page on this website and click on Pemberville Police.

ALL OTHER INQUIRIES - can be made by calling 419-287- 3832 or my personal cell 419-419-9645 for Mayor. I will do my best to answer all calls. After business hours and you need to leave a message please do so and you will receive a call back as soon as possible.

UPDATE YOUR INFO Many people now have cell phones instead of landlines. If that is you, please contact the office and give us your updated contact information so we have it on file should we need to contact you.

Remember to follow the rules for the recycling bins, scrap metal dumpster and brush pile all located at the village garages. Remember that these services are under recorded surveillance at all times and illegal dumping is punishable by fines.

ZONING
Generally, it is illegal to use any structure, building created, erected, changed, converted or enlarged, wholly or partly, until a Zoning Certificate has been issued by the Zoning Inspector.  If you are making any change or addition to your property, you need to contact the Village Zoning Inspector. Please take a few minutes and see if anything listed here affects you and if you have questions, look them up, or call Eric Campbell @ 419-287-4768. Remember, our zoning ordinances are listed on the website on the Village Government page
Below is information on some common zoning issues that are either not known to everyone or have not been enforced for several years. In order for the village to remain the village that we know and love, we must enforce our zoning. There are many zoning rules, but here are a few that are commonly used (and abused). I encourage all residents that are considering any changes to their property visit the website and read the zoning that relates to your planned project.
  1. Swimming pools  #702  A permit is required once a pool goes beyond a certain size. It makes no difference if it is above or below ground. There are also fence regulations in regards to pools. Make a call before you make a mistake.  
  2. Fencing #904  A permit is always required. Please consult the zoning ordinances and if in doubt, call Mr. Campbell.
  3. RV’s, and recreational vehicles, trailers, boats, etc. #701.2 There are rules regarding how many, where in your yard and even IF you can have these in your yards. Currently there are many illegally parked recreational vehicles, trailers, etc. in the village.  Please check out the rules in this regard and make adjustments before you are contacted.
  4. Accessory buildings.  #505.2 Utility sheds, garages, etc.  Again, consult zoning and seek assistance to understand the zoning prior to making your purchase by call Mr. Campbell @ 419-287-4768
We will be addressing problem areas. Please consult zoning with your questions before proceeding.