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All inquiries regarding graves at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Cemetery should be made through the Church Office at (937) 644-6020.
Please contact the Engineering Department via email or at (937) 645-7350 to determine the exact amount for connection to the public utility system.
Sole proprietorships file by reporting their Federal Schedule C income on the proprietor’s individual city return, if reporting tax to more than two cities; they must complete Schedule Y - Business allocation formula. Additional information is available in the return instructions.
To remit the second type of tax, the tax withheld from your employees’ wages, you will need to establish a withholding account with us. You do this by filing a Business Registration, which is a simple questionnaire. Employers are liable for all city withholding taxes that should have been withheld from their employee’s wages even if those taxes were not, in fact, withheld. Because of this obligation, you’ll want to make sure you call (937) 645-7350 to request a copy of the Business Registration or visit our website.
Online: Purchase Pool Pass with credit card
Mail: You may print the Pool Pass Registration Form and mail your check or money order to: City of Marysville, Attention: Public Service Center 209 S. Main Street, Marysville, OH 43040.
In person: Stop by City Hall at 209 S. Main Street between the hours of 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, and for assistance with your registration form and payment (cash, check, or money order only).
Pool passes will be available for pickup at the Municipal Pool during regular operating days and hours or they can be mailed to you.
Registration is based on a first come first serve basis as spaces are limited.
If you reside outside the City of Marysville corporation limits but within Union County, please call (937) 645-3012.
The City will correct any problems in the City main. The homeowner is responsible for any blockages in the private sanitary lateral.
The rental fee for additional trash toters is $3.40 per month and is put on your monthly City of Marysville utility bill. To request an additional toter, please contact Public Service at email@example.com or (937) 645-7350 option #2.
The Contract for Utility Services - This application must be filled out and signed by both the landlord (or authorized manager) and the tenant. The tenant information must be the information of the person that is listed on the lease. If there are two names on the lease, both names and signatures must be on the contract.
A $150.00 deposit. This deposit can be paid in cash, money order, credit or debit card. While the City accepts checks for the payment of monthly bills, a check can not be used for the deposit.
The date in which services are to be put in to the tenants name.
Run fresh water in all sinks to fill traps inside the house. Be sure to investigate any floor drains that may have not been used in which the trap has dried up. Be sure to check the toilet and make sure it is firmly attached to the floor. The wax ring round the toilet may be compromised. If this does not work, call the Division of Wastewater at (937) 645-7344. A City employee will check to see if any issues are involved with the City sewer. If no problems with the City sewer are detected, the homeowner should call a plumber. It is our recommendation that any odor issues should be remedied immediately as sewer gas may be harmful.
The following can potentially cause backups into your home:
A backwater valve may be installed if you experience backups into your home. This backwater valve will prevent wastewater from the main from entering your private service lateral.
Decorative fences may be constructed of any material except barbed wire, razor barb, woven or chain-link. Decorative fences may be erected to a maximum height of six feet. However, when placed closer to the street than the front of the main building on any lot, the maximum height of the fence shall be three feet, and shall not be sight obscuring. For corner lots, when decorative fences are constructed in a triangle formed by measuring thirty feet along each street right-of-way line, the maximum height shall be two feet, six inches above the grade. Decorative fences may be placed on the side or rear property line and may not be placed closer to the street or road than the street or road right-of-way line.
A Zoning Permit is required for any fence constructed.