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The boil order concerning N Minnesota Ave has been lifted.



There is a boil order on Minnesota Ave and D St. to Minnesota Ave and Bluebird Ln. And everything West of Minnesota, between those locations. Please share with anyone you know in that area. Thank you. I was just thinking the other day that we hadn’t had a boil order in a long time….go figure!

Good Friday

Wellston City Offices will be closed Friday, April 14th, 2017 in observance of Good Friday. The garbage pickup for Friday will be picked up with Monday’s trash on April 17th. Please have it out early on the 17th. Thanks for your cooperation. Please share.

Bill Shumate
Service Director

Pay your bill online!

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.

Septic System Grants

Property owners can now use grant money to fix their septic system, whether or not they live at the property. They must be income eligible. This grant can also be able to be used to connect property owners to sewer lines.

The grant is available through the Jackson County Health Department. Contact them at (740) 286-5094, extension 2836 for more information.  This is county wide grant.



The 2015 (calendar year) Consumer Confidence Report for Wellston city water is now online. The report is located in the “Documents” section of this web site. Previous reports for 2014 and 2013 are also archived on that web page.

Cemetery Notice

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.