Community Assistance Program
To assist members of our community at “high risk” by the coronavirus, there will be a temporary implementation of a senior Community Assistance Program.
What is the purpose of the Community Assistance Program?
To create an option for "high risk" community members to have access to essential supplies such as groceries, and household supplies through volunteers.
Who is Community Assistance Program for?
Under recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Governor Mike DeWine and President Donald Trump; those at "high risk" for acquiring coronavirus are urged to avoid densely populated areas such as grocery stores, malls or any assembly of ten or more people.
Community members that fall within the "high risk” category for coronavirus, such as Seniors 60+ years old, and those with preexisting medical conditions (such as respiratory, kidney, heart disease…) and seniors without an immediate support system in place, will qualify for this assistance.
Community members of Obetz, Hamilton Township, Lockbourne, Reese and Shadeville, will be eligible for the Community Assistance Program evaluation.
How does the Community Assistance Program work?
Community members can call the Hamilton Township Fire Department and answer a questionnaire. Eligible member’s information will be recorded by a fire department employee, who will "pass on" this information to an off-duty volunteer from one of the below mentioned groups.
These volunteers will contact you by phone to set a time to come to your home and pick up the grocery list you have assembled. The community member will also supply the volunteer with cash to purchase from your list.
The member will return to your home with groceries, change (if any) and the receipt of purchase. Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, personal medications and non-staple items will not be eligible for purchase by the volunteer.
The community member should have their grocery list and cash ready prior the member’s arrival. To limit exposure to both the community member and the volunteer, contact and exchange should take place outside the home environment.
Who are the volunteers helping with this program?
Hamilton Township Fire Department members, Obetz Police Department members, Obetz Administrative staff, and vetted members of the community by the Fire department.
Contact Hamilton Township Fire Department
Station 171 614-491-1042 Station 172 614-491-1050
Local Waste Services Announcement
Local Waste Services provides an essential service within your community, as such we will continue with regularly scheduled Waste and Recycling pick-up unless otherwise notified. Proper sanitation is a vital component of public health and our top priority is the continued, uninterrupted service of our customers.
We are closely monitoring the current situation and are following guidance from the CDC, WHO, and our State and Local Public Health office. We recognize that the Coronavirus outbreak has tremendous unknowns and could cause unanticipated service delays, service interruptions, or unusually high call volumes.
In the meantime, we ask that our customers partner with us by following the below steps:
Bag all trash to reduce exposure to items such as tissues and personal hygiene products. Recyclables should still be placed loosely in the bin.
Utilize our Customer Service Portal at www.localwasteservices.com to reduce high call volumes.
Put your trash to the curb the night before your scheduled pickup day.
Following these simple steps will help ensure the safety of our team members as we continue to serve your community during this tumultuous time.
There is a vacancy on council and the village council plans to appoint a new council member during the April regular council meeting. We want to give residents an opportunity to be considered for the position. Please come into the Municipal Building to fill out a questionnaire. Our Office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00am-12:00. Please call (614) 491-3161 for more information.
According to the Ohio Revised Code, the legislative authority of the village rests in its council. Most powers and duties of the village council are set forth in Ohio Revised Code Chapters 705, 731, and 733. Below is information on the qualifications, commitment and process.
Must have resided in the village one year immediately preceding the appointment
Be a registered voter of the village
Attend monthly council meetings (2nd & 4th Monday of each month)
Attend special council meetings (as needed)
Serve on village committee(s) as leader or member
Complete questionnaire and submit to a council member or drop off at municipal building for consideration by MONDAY, APRIL 6th
Meet with council for interview
Advertisement for Bid for Sale of Village Properties
Village of Lockbourne, Ohio
Advertisement for Bid for Sale of:
34 & 36 Commerce Street
55 Commerce Street
85 Landis Street
14 Williams Street
53 Williams Street
The Village of Lockbourne, Ohio is offering real estate for sale to the highest bidder.
Tract One: Parcel (PID: 151-0000134) is located addressed 34 Commerce Street, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137. Minimum bid is $5,000.
Tract Two: Parcel (PID: 151-0000174) is located addressed 55 Commerce Street, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137. Minimum bid is $5,000.
Tract Three: Parcel (PID: 151-0000103) is located addressed 85 Landis Street, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137. Minimum bid is $10,000. Structure may be torn down and a new structure erected.
Tract Four: Parcel (PID: 151-000019) is located addressed 14 Williams Street, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137. Minimum bid is $5,000.
Tract Five: Parcel (PID: 151-000068 and 151-000067) is located addressed 53 Williams Street, Lockbourne, Ohio, 43137. Minimum bid is $5,000.
These parcels are offered "As Is" and the Village makes no warranty or representatives concerning the condition of properties. Bid Packets and information available Mon, Wed, Fri from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Municipal Building and submitted ONLY on the Bid Form prescribed and shall be sealed in an envelope, which shall be marked on the outside, "Real Estate Bid". Each Bid must be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check, or money order in an amount equal to one-third of the bid price, payable to the Village as earnest money. Bids shall be hand delivered to Jane McJunkin, Village Administrator at the Lockbourne Municipal Building, 85 Commerce Street, Lockbourne, Ohio 43137 by 6:00 p.m., April 27, 2020 at which time all bids will be opened and read aloud.
Bidders are encouraged to inspect the properties prior to bidding by making arrangements with the Lockbourne Administrative Staff at the Lockbourne Municipal Building of for further information call (614-491-3161).
The Village will sell the properties only to persons who are willing and able to rehabilitate and make productive use of the property. Proof of financial capacity is required. The sold property will be subject to covenants and restrictions requiring commencement and completion of construction according to defined deadlines.
Property interest is assignable by the seller, not the buyer. All properties must pay water and sewer fees.