Residents and other interested parties can now view all Wellston City Ordinances online. American Legal Publishing maintains the latest copies of our ordinances in a cloud-based database accessible from any internet connection. Click and bookmark http://library.amlegal.com/nxt/gateway.dll/Ohio/wellston_oh/wellstonohiocodeofordinances?f=templates$fn=default.htm$3.0$vid=amlegal:wellston_oh
New information regarding the city’s recently created Downtown Historic Preservation District is now on this web site. The city ordinance that created the area and the board can be found here, along with the purpose and operating guidelines of the Downtown Historic Preservation District.
This information is permanently archived on the “Documents” page. For quick reference, you can also find everything here:
- Section 155 – Downtown Historic Preservation District
- Section 155 – Map of Downtown Historic Preservation District
- Downtown Historic Preservation District Board – 2016 Appointments
- City Ordinance No. 2016-128 – Creation of Downtown Historic Preservation District
Wellston City Finances are now online. This was done to aid in transparency and let our citizens and taxpayers know where their money is being spent.
To view the information, bookmark this site: https://wellston.ohiocheckbook.com
There is also a permanent link in the upper right hand corner of our web site titled “OhioCheckbook.com”.
You are now able to pay your Wellston water, sewer, and trash bill online!
Check out the link for this new service on our Home Page (www.cityofwellston.org) and on the City Clerk’s Office web page.
Click the link and you will be directed to a secure web site at Invoice Cloud that accepts online payments and applies them to your city utility account.
If you want to have a direct link to the bill pay website, save https://www.invoicecloud.com/wellstonoh in your browser’s favorites section.
Please note there is a $2.95 convenience fee added to your online payment to use the service.
As you have been advised, all flowers at Ridgewood Cemetery were to be removed by March 15. This includes anything that is not on the monument. City crews will be removing any artificial flowers and wreaths that are stuck in the ground before we begin to mow. If you place flowers or solar lights on the grave site, they must be right up against the stone or marker. They can not be in the line of mowers. Even if they are placed up against the stone or marker, we still cannot be responsible when it comes to weed eating. The only time we will remove anything from the monument is when it looks ratty. We ask that you remove flowers two weeks after Memorial Day.
Here’s a map to show boundaries for voting wards. Each ward has an elected council person, plus there are three “at large” council positions. All voting in the city of Wellston occurs at the Jackson-Vinton Community Action Building (the old Central School) at 118 South New York Avenue. Polls are set up in the gymnasium.