Starting Tuesday, May 3rd until Friday, May 6th, North Seltzer Street, from Bucyrus Street to Main Street, will be closed for street resurfacing.
Saturday, April 9th the compost facility will be opening for the year. The compost facility will be open from 8:00 a.m. until Noon on the second an fourth Saturdays of each month.
The compost facility is located at the intersection of East Bucyrus Street and St. James Street; on the south side of Bucyrus Street.
Please note the compost site is for yard waste of Crestline residents only. Please be prepared to provide photo I.D showing proof of residency. No commercial waste will be accepted. Yard waste to be accepted consists of leaves, grass clippings, brush, garden waste, tree trunks and stumps, holiday trees and clippings from trees or shrubs.
ALL WASTE MUST BE REMOVED FROM BAGS OR CONTAINERS
The Village of Crestline has the right to refuse waste materials they feel are not in compliance.
Village Council Meeting
Upcoming Committee Meetings
STREETS, BUILDINGS, AND PUBLIC GROUNDS
The Crestline Streets, Buildings and Public Grounds Committee will be holding a Meeting Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 4:30 pm.
The public is welcome to attend.
COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION
The Crestline CIC Committee will be holding a Meeting Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 5:00 pm.
The public is welcome to attend.
Board of Zoning Appeals
A Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is a locally-driven plan for economic development. The CEDS process is an effective method for coordinating economic development efforts, engaging stakeholders, and establishing a strategic guide for collaboration. A diverse group of local representatives from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors make up the Strategy Committee, which is responsible
for developing and updating the CEDS.
The Village of Crestline contracted the Bowling Green State University (BGSU) Center for Regional Development (CRD) to act as the lead agency for the development of this first CEDS for the village. The CEDS process is overseen by the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) and CRD is an EDA University Center. The CEDS process commenced with the first Strategy Committee meeting in May 2020 and concluded when the CEDS was finalized in January 2021.
Starting November 2, 2020, the state of Ohio, working with local Community Action Agencies, will help eligible Ohioans who are behind on rent, mortgage, and water and/or sewer utility bills catch up on past payments back to April 1, 2020 and provide additional assistance through December 30, 2020.
Ohioans will be able to apply for assistance through their local Community Action Agency starting November 2, 2020. A list of local Community Action Agencies can be found at the bottom of this page.
Ohio households with an annual income at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines will be eligible for assistance. Here is the annual income by household size.
|Size of Household||Total Household Income 12 Months|
|1||up to $25,520|
|2||up to $34,480|
|3||up to $43,440|
|4||up to $52,400|
|5||up to $61,360|
|6||up to $70,320|
|7||up to $79,280|
|8||up to $88,240|
For households with more than eight (8) members, add $8,960 for each additional member.
When applying for assistance, Ohioans will need to provide the following information:
- Names of all household members
- Date of Birth
- Social Security Number
- Current or Previous address
- Copies of Social Security cards, or verification for each household member
- Proof of income for all household members 18 years or older for a minimum of the past 30 days
- For seasonal or self-employed individuals, please provide proof of income for 12 months
- Any supporting documentation to demonstrate need
- Hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Individuals that are currently unemployed will only need to provide 30 days of income for verification purposes. Additionally, any federal unemployment stipend is excluded from determining a household’s benefit.
To receive Rental Assistance, they will also need to provide:
- Eviction or past due rent notice. Notice should include total amount due (including fees)
- If moving to a new location, justification for the move (i.e. currently homeless, living with another family and not sufficient space etc.)
- Landlord contact information and lease agreement
To receive Mortgage Assistance, they will also need to provide:
- Notice of late mortgage payment (including taxes and insurance)
To receive Utility Assistance, they will also need to provide:
- Copy of utility bill demonstrating the account has been shut off, is in disconnect status or is past due
Contact Ohio Heartland Community Action Commission for assistance.
Service Area: Crawford, Marion, Morrow Counties
Ohio Heartland Community Action Commission
372 E. Center Street
P.O. Box 779
Marion, Ohio 43302
Use the Crestline Auto-Pay to have your utility bill paid directly from you checking or savings account while you maintain social distancing.
Simply DOWNLOAD THE AGREEMENT FORM and mail the completed form, along with a voided check to our office at 100 N. Seltzer St. Crestline, OH 44827 and our team will get you enrolled right away.
Questions? Call us and one of our team members will assist you. (419) 683-3800
Avita’s Coronavirus Hotline
FROM AVITA’S WEBSITE:
We’ve established a call center to answer questions and address concerns about COVID-19. Avita’s Coronavirus Information Hotline is open 8:00am-6:00pm daily at 419-468-0800. Avita has nurses answering the hotline to talk to citizens and triage in case they need to go to the Emergency Room. Avita has also started doing telehealth visits so people do not have to go out and sit in doctor’s offices, which is an option if they need to see their doctor for something else.
If the phone lines are not answered due to high call volume or after hours, the call will be forwarded to the Ohio Department of Health Information Hotline.
Here is a link to useful information on Covid-19 from the Ohio Department of Health.
Ohio’s Covid-19 Call Center Hotline 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-888-427-5634)
- COVID-19 Preparedness Checklists – Link
- Self-Monitor and Practice Social Distancing – Link
- COVID-19 information for mental health care providers – Link
- Resources for Institutes of Higher Education – Link
- Prevention for Older Adults or Those With Underlying Conditions – Link
- Spring Break and Student Travel – Link
- Preventing Infectious Disease – Link
- Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities – Link
- Best Practices in Handwashing – Link
Is your home in need of Repair?
You may be eligible for assistance!!!
The Crawford County Community Housing Impact and Preservation (CHIP) Program is accepting applications for
Starting October 1, 2019
Ending October 31, 2019
Call the CHIP office 419-562-6583 for an application and too set your appointment!
In the State of Ohio it is never allowed to burn garbage, materials containing rubber, grease and asphalt or made from petroleum, such as tires, cars and auto parts, plastics or plastic-coated wire.
For further information please view
Please view Ohio EPA’s Fact Sheet on Open Burning Regulations.