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  • Curbside Trash/Recycling Information

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    Rumpke of Ohio, Inc. is the apparent lowest and best bidder for weekly curbside trash and recycling collection. The bid award for a single trash hauler that will provide waste and recycling curbside collection service is currently going through council readings. The program if approved would begin May 1, 2017.

    Pricing is:

    • Trash/Recycling Collection, $16.95 per month (condominiums, apartment buildings, commercial/industrial properties are excluded from this program)

    The program is scheduled to begin May 1, 2017. This pricing is conservatively estimated to save our residents on trash collection fees as well as terminate the recycling drop off location. A future schedule will be developed and communicated as well.

    Thank you for your continued patience, additional detailed information will be sent to each home in the coming months!

    For more information on the apparent low bidder Rumpke of Ohio, Inc., please feel free to visit their website at http://www.rumpke.com/ .

  • Middlefield Police Department Employment Opportunities


    Many of the Village Residents have received information from NOPEC and FirstEnergy.  Click below for more detailed information.


  • Village of Middlefield Fall Newsletter, October 2016

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    Middlefield Newsletter Fall 2016

  • State of the Village

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Attributes of Middlefield, Ohio

This video showcases the Village of Middlefield. It illustrates the positive reasons for residing in Middlefield as well as locating a commercial or industrial business within the Village. Local business leaders represent each of these attributes and tell the story of what Middlefield Village has to offer.

Mayor Garlich’s Message Board

The Village has been working aggressively and creatively to ensure we maintain services and facilities considering a flat to reduced income. State funding has been reduced and with national growth being at 1 percent, it is not the ideal situation. We have been able to reduce costs internally and seen some modest income growth which is…

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