The City of St. Marys Municipal Electric System was established more than 100 years ago with the goal of providing safe and reliable electric service
The Engineering Department is responsible for scheduling and planning of timely maintenance, repairs, and reconstruction of infrastructure.
The City of St. Marys Fire Department provides fire suppression, emergency medical services, public education, and fire prevention to the City of St. Marys and Noble Township.
If there is a general service needed by the community which is not specifically covered by another department, this task is often assigned to the General Services Department.
Industrial & Community Development
St. Marys is a community with a population of 8,300 residents that has been long embraced by business and industry.
Parks & Recreation
The City of St. Marys maintains 14 City Parks.
The City of St. Marys, on average, employs 96 full-time employees, four part-time employees, and over 50 seasonal employees.
The City of St. Marys operates a full-time Police Department with sixteen full-time OPOTA certified Officers, a full-time Police/Fire/EMS dispatch center with four Dispatchers, a Custodian of Records, and a Code Enforcement Officer.
The Solid Waste Department is divided into three basic functions.
The primary goal of the Family Aquatic Center is to maintain a healthy and safe place for community members to enjoy water recreation.
It is required that all residents, age 18 years and older, must file a tax return each year whether or not tax is due.
Duties of Utility Office personnel include meter reading, billing, collections, and customer service for 5000 plus accounts for the following utility services: electric, water, sewer, refuse.
Water & Wastewater
People depend on clean water every day.