The St. Marys Community Partnership will be hosting the Festival of Lights at the High Street Park. It will start in conjunction with the date of St. Marys’ Optimist Club’s Winterfest on Sunday, December 8th and continue then until Saturday, December 21st. The “Festival of Lights” will be open to the public at the High Street Park in St. Marys, Ohio, with hours of operation from 6 PM to 9 PM on Fridays and Saturdays.
The City of St. Marys Fire Department welcomes their newest employee, Firefighter/Paramedic Jason Noonan. Jason is an Army Veteran who served a tour in Afghanistan. He and his family reside in St. Marys. Welcome aboard!!
The City of St. Marys Police Department is proud to have joined forces with the Auglaize County Sheriff’s Office and Wapakoneta Police Department to hold an all day, bi-annual, women’s self-defense and firearms safety class.
In June, the St. Marys Community Public Library held Touch a Truck day. The public was able to explore various City vehicles from a Fire truck to Police car, dump truck, backhoe, street sweeper, and lineman truck. Fun was had by all!
The City of St. Marys Police Department welcomes their newest employee, Officer Lucas Wessel. Luke is an Army Veteran with two combat tours in Iraq. He and his family reside in St. Marys. Welcome aboard!!
The St. Marys Rotary Club begins its 2013 Summer Concert Series Sunday, June 30th at 7:00 p.m. in Memorial Park with Vernon McIntyre’s Appalachian Grass Band performing. Click below to view information on their entire concert series.
The Solar Electric Power Association's (SEPA) sixth annual Utility Solar Rankings report details the results of an annual survey sent to hundreds of utilities in the United States asking them about the solar electric installations in their service territories. All data is directly reported and the results do not include any estimates. The City of St.
The industrial substation, located adjacent to the AAP facility, has been renamed as the LORE SUBSTATION in honor of Chet Lore. Chet, who recently died, was a long time employee of the City of St. Marys and was involved in all aspects of electrical distribution, including Power Plant operations. Below are pictures of Chet's wife and daughter and City employees at the unveiling of the new sign.
The City of St. Marys has long been recognized as the hometown of Galen Cisco who had a long career in major league baseball and was a coach on two World Series Championship teams. Mr. Cisco has donated many hours to the youth of St. Marys and serves as an example to the youth of what may be accomplished in an athletic career. Mr. Cisco also awards annually the Galen Cisco Award to the most valuable player of St. Marys Little League. On Tuesday, May 14, 2013, during opening ceremonies for St.
Do you have Ohio’s oldest refrigerator? Efficiency Smart™, St. Marys’ partner in providing energy efficiency services, offers $50 for recycling your secondary (working) refrigerator or freezer.
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The Auglaize County Soil Water and Conservation District, St. Marys Memorial High School, and Vehorn Landscaping donated time, materials, and labor for reforestation seedlings to be used at parks and natural areas in St.
Spectrum Engineering Corporation out of Auburn, Indiana, was awarded the contract to perform an Electrical System Evaluation Study of the City’s electric system. The study will be broken down into phases. Utilizing the verified City data as input information, the Transmission and Distribution System will be modeled and analyzed in Easy Power. The existing system will be studied for possible safety, reliability and short term growth improvements. The system will then be studied for system and staff growth potential, keeping in mind that safety and reliability are of t
Recent renovations were made at the Fire Department to increase efficiency and productivity. All of the older windows were upgraded to energy efficient double pane. Finally, we do not have to use an ice scraper on the inside of the windows to see out.
We also remodeled the front office area which created a better flow and more open environment. New cabinetry was installed; allowing files, printers, and fax machines to be in one area. This eliminated time running from one room to another to obtain critical information.
Employment applications are now available online. Seasonal applications are accessible online year-round, while the City’s application for full and part-time employment will be made available as openings occur. Additionally, the position description of the job opening will also be posted online as well as the wage range.