Village of Minster

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Posted 01/11/18 by the Town Crier

The Village recently received notification from Vectren Energy Delivery regarding the following: 
 
"Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations require natural gas system operators to conduct leak surveys on all piping including underground mains, services, & exposed piping up to the...

Posted 01/04/18 by the Town Crier

The Recycling Center will be closed on Saturday, January 6th.  The temperatures are too cold to have volunteers outside for 2 hours.  You are welcome to look into other recycling centers to see if they will take your items.  Our apologies for the inconvenience this cold weather is causing, but we are...

Posted 01/02/18 by the Town Crier

The council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, January 2, 2018 has been cancelled.  The next council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

Posted 12/28/17 by the Town Crier

Trash pick up has been delayed one day due to the Christmas and New Years holiday.

Thursday's trash pick up will be on Friday
Friday's trash pick up will be on Saturday

Trash pick up will resume on its regular schedule the week of January 11th.
We...

Posted 12/28/17 by the Town Crier

The Minster Recycling Center will be closed on Saturday, December 30, 2017 due to the cold temperatures. Recycling will resume normal hours on Saturday, January 6, 2018.

Posted 12/19/17 by the Town Crier

The Village of Minster contracts with the City of St Marys for the collection and processing of Minster income tax.  Some of the income tax forms for 2017 are available for download online at: http://www....

Posted 12/19/17 by the Town Crier

The first big winter snow storm of the season will be here soon enough. Keep these snow-related tips in mind when the next snow storm occurs.

· Shoveling or blowing snow from sidewalks and drives onto the street makes for more work when the snow plows travel back through and the snow ends up right...

Posted 12/19/17 by the Town Crier

Four Seasons Park is a wonderland for outdoor winter activities. From ice skating, to riding down the sledding hill, to cross country skiing or curling. Four Seasons is the place to be this winter!

nfortunately, you can't judge the strength of ice just by its appearance, age, thickness, temperature, or...

Posted 12/18/17 by the Town Crier

With the recent nice weather, Beaverdam Contracting has made good progress on the East Fifth Street Improvement Project.  Work on installing underground utilities in the area continues as crews have installed part of the water line on Hamilton Street and are currently working on installing water lines on Paris...

Posted 12/18/17 by the Town Crier

Winter holidays are a time for families and friends to get together.  But that also means a greater risk for fire.  Following a few simple tips will ensure a happy and fire-safe holiday season. 

HOLIDAY DECORATING

Be careful with holiday decorations.  Choose...