Welcome from the Mayor
On behalf of the Village of Crooksville, I would like to welcome you to our village. 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.
Frederick P. Redfern, Mayor
On Monday, June 24, 2019, there will be a Special Council Meeting held at 7:00 PM before the Workshop Meeting to pass:
Ordinance 2655: an Ordinance amending the 2019 Budget and Appropriations as an Emergency
Ordinance 2657: An Ordinance Establishing the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Building Construction Fund and declaring it an Emergency
During the Month of June there will be fire hydrant testing on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30-3:00.
Thank you for your understanding.
The last night for the spring Archery Program at the Rec Center took place last night (April 24) and will be closed until fall.
The last day for kids to do the climbing wall in the Rec Center will be this Thursday (April 11).
In July, the Village installed a new community clock in the landscaped area in front of the Village Administration Building at 98 South Buckeye Street. It is intended for the clock to serve as a focal point for the community. It’s nostalgic, a potential source of community pride, and a throw-back to when people lived in smaller towns and a clock was the anchor of the community.
The clock was crafted by The Verdin Company, located in Cincinnati. In 2017, Verdin celebrated its 175th anniversary as a family business. Verdin has over 55,000 installations worldwide and is the oldest privately-held manufacturing business in Ohio.
Please stop by and take a look at this new beautiful addition to our community.
For more information about our Village Clock, please follow this link.