About The Village

Crooksville

Established in 1874 by the U.S. Postal Service at the request of founders Jacob Reed and his partner Joseph Crooks, Crooksville has continued to thrive for the past 126 years. Located off State Rt. 93 in Perry County, the Village has worked diligently over the years to keep the environment friendly for families and business. Their efforts have been rewarded with the 2001 Governor’s Award for Partnership in the Arts, and Tree City Status since 1996.

Mayor-Redfern

Mayor's Address

On behalf of the Village of Crooksville, I would like to welcome you to our village website. As a lifelong resident of our Village, I have found it to be a wonderful faith-based community with a strong workforce. It’s not that we lack challenges, but people here share a common bond and work together to solve problems and advance good causes.

We offer a safe environment with quality emergency services. The cost of living here is relatively low, and people come for many reasons, including inexpensive housing, and a relaxed lifestyle. Our Village has a number of recreational assets which include an indoor recreational center, North and South Parks, and an outdoor Olympic size swimming pool.

We have numerous rural attractions within minutes of the Village such as the Ohio Pottery Museum, Perry State Forest, Wayne National Forest, Burr Oak and Dillon State Parks, which offer camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, and ATV activities.

Keeping the public informed through social media is the future of community involvement and development. I hope your visit to our website has been informative and we welcome your comments.

 

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Special Events & Notifications

Waterline Project Update 11/06/18

Freedom Construction is asking for no parking on Taylor St Nov 7th-9th from 6:30 A.M to 5:30 P.M. They will be installing water line on Taylor St during that time frame.

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Waterline Project Update 10/23/2018

Waterline Construction Notice: Construction crews are currently working on China Street from the Park laying main line south towards West Main Street. The second main line crew will be running pipe east to west up ‘each’ alley to Walnut Street. Alleys between the Park and Vaughn Street, between Vaughn and McKeever Street, and up the…

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Please take notice that on February 5, 2018, by Resolution 2018-6, the Village of Crooksville did authorize an agreement with GovDeals for internet auction of government surplus items. The Resolution was passed in accordance with Ohio Revised Code 721.15. The Village of Crooksville thereby intends to sell, as it may become necessary or appropriate, unneeded,…

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Water Systems Improvement Project

This project will be financed partly by a below-market interest rate loan from the Ohio Water Supply Revolving Loan Account (WSRLA).  The Ohio EPA will make available for public review an environmental report of the project.  Upon its release, the document will be viewable on www.crooksville.com, Ohio EPA’s website at:http://www.epa.ohio.gov/defa/ofa.aspx  (“Documents Available for Review and Comment”…

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Annual Consumer Confidence Reports

The Village of Crooksville has prepared the following reports to provide information to you the consumer, on the quality of our drinking water. Included within these reports is general health information, water quality test results, how to participate in decisions concerning your drinking water and water system, and contact information. Each year a posted copy…

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Water & Sewer Rates 2017

In Town Rates Water Minimum (up to 1,000 gallons)______________$39.14 Additional 1,000 gallons (per 1,000 gallons)_____$8.24 Each 100 gallons________________________$0.824 Out of Town Rates Water Minimum (up to 1,000 gallons)______________$53.56 Additional 1,000 gallons (per 1,000 gallons)_____$8.24 Each 100 gallons________________________$0.824 Sewer Based on Water Usage Minimum (up to 1,000 gallons)______________$25.75 Additional 1,000 gallons (per 1,000 gallons)_____$6.44 Each 100…

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Special Notice

2018 STATE OF THE VILLAGE REPORT    

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Crooksville/Burr Oak Interconnect Project

Purpose of the Project:  To provide a more reliable source of safe drinking water to Crooksville and resolve its current noncompliance with federal safe drinking water standards.  The chlorine used for disinfecting the drinking water reacts with organic matter in the water supply, creating trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids.  These disinfection byproducts, when consumed over a…

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Village Council

What is a Village Council?

A Village Council is a statutory body and is the most local level of government. It has an important role in promoting the Village, representing its interest and supporting the work of different groups in the Community. Our village Council consists of 6 elected members serving 4 year terms with one being chosen by the other legislative members as Council President at the beginning of each calendar year.

What does a Village Council do?

Village Councils have a number of formal powers including approving the annual budget and appropriations for the Village as well as adopt legislation through Resolutions and Ordinances.

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Village of Crooksville

Departments

The Village of Crooksville, Ohio.

Village Administration

The Village Administration Office is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and closed major holidays.

Park & Pool

Our Olympic-size outdoor swimming pool at the Village Park is opened each summer for your exercise and recreation.

Ordinances & Permits

Villages Ordinances and required Permits are available on line or at the Administration Office during normal business hours.

Fire & EMS

The village Combination Volunteer Fire and Part time paid Emergency Medical Department is available 24/7.

Recreation Center

The Douglas Canon Recreational Center offers an indoor climbing wall, basketball, volleyball, archery, and weight lifting.

Police

The public safety is the number one priority of the Police Department with three full-time officers and a strong police auxiliary.

Utility Billing

The Billing Staff is responsible for water/sewage billing and is available to help with any water/ sewage questions you may have.

Income Tax

The driving force behind our growing community and constantly monitored by our tax professionals for your piece of mind.

Service Department

The service department is responsible for road and alley repairs and general maintenance of buildings and grounds.

Office Information:

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM