Bowling Green Municipal Utilities has been made aware of possible scam activities in the area. Customers have reported receiving a postcard advertising one month free electrical service, phone calls from individuals purporting to offer low cost electrical service, and having someone knocking on doors asking to see utility bills so that they could provide a … Continue reading Utility Phone and Mail Scams
The City of Bowling Green has authorized B. Hillz Excavating to close the 100 block of Manville Avenue, from just south of Lot M to Clough Street, daily beginning December 8. The closure is required as part of the ongoing water line project and water service line connections. The closures will occur from 7:00 am … Continue reading 100 Block of Manville – Day Closures
Leaf Collection – Final Pass Begins December 7 The Public Works Division has announced that the final city-wide pass for leaf pick-up will begin on December 7. The final pass will begin in Ward 3 and progress by ward. Once crews finish a street, they will not be back. Questions regarding this work may be … Continue reading News from BG: December 6, 2017
The Public Works Division has announced that the final city-wide pass for leaf pick-up will begin on December 7. The final pass will begin in Ward 3 and progress by ward. Once crews finish a street, they will not be back. Questions regarding this work may be directed to Public Work Division at 419-354-6227.
Upcoming Public Meetings: Human Relations Commission is scheduled to meet December 1 at 8:00 am in Council Chamber, 304 N. Church St. City Council is scheduled to meet December 4 at 7:00 pm in Council Chamber. Parks and Recreation Board is scheduled to meet December 5 at 7:00 pm in the Simpson Building, 1291 Conneaut … Continue reading News from BG: November 29, 2017
The City of Bowling Green has contracted with GIS Landmark to conduct an inventory of City-owned utilities (Electric). Residents should be aware that GIS Landmark employees will be working around city equipment and should remain within the City right-of-way or Easements. Those conducting the inventory will carry equipment that includes a handheld data collector. Work … Continue reading City Geographic Information System Work
Local graduating seniors are eligible to apply for $2,500 one-time American Municipal Power (AMP) scholarships through Bowling Green Municipal Utilities. Scholarship materials have been distributed to Bowling Green High School and Otsego High School. Scholarship applications must be submitted to Bowling Green Municipal Utilities no later than December 6, 2017. The scholarships honor two distinguished … Continue reading Scholarships available to local high school seniors through BG Municipal Utilities
Mayor Edwards has declared that there will be no charge to park within City parking lots during the month of December. All other parking regulations will be in effect. The free parking will not include the on-street meters in front of the Wood County Courthouse on Court Street, between North Summit and North Prospect, or … Continue reading Mayor Edwards Announces Free Parking During Holidays
The BG Chamber announced that the Community Holiday Parade has been cancelled due to weather.
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, no refuse/recycling will occur on November 23. Thursday’s refuse/recycling collection will occur on Wednesday, November 22. All non-24 hour facilities will be closed November 23 and 24.