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The Village of Plain City is pleased  to introduce the new Citizen Request Portal to our residents.  The Citizen Request Portal allows Village residents to easily enter work order requests to the Public Works Department and also check current and past work request activity. 

Examples of Work Requests would be:

  • Request a  recycling bin

  • Brush or leaf pickup

  • Reporting a pot hole

  • Downed utility lines

  • Water/sewer issues

  • Traffic signal light that is not functioning

               Please do not use the Citizen Request Portal for police related complaints, utility bill questions or

household property maintenance issues.


The Village hopes that the Citizen Request Portal will assist in improving communication from residents to the Village.  Should you have any questions on the Citizen Request Portal, please contact our office at 614-873-3527x106.

Weather Dependent

May 18th

June 1st

June 15th

June 29th

July 13th

July 27th

August 10th

August 24th

September 7th if needed

September 21st if needed

Working closely with the Village Administrator and the Water and Wastewater Operators, the public works crew manages the day-to-day maintenance of the Village streets, parks, water and sewer lines.  

The staff works year round on many projects and maintenance operations within the Village, including but not limited to:

  • Leaf Removal

  • Snow removal

  • Street sweeping

  • Street maintenance

  • Utility locates

  • Sign maintenance

  • Street markings

  • Brush pick-up

  • Water Line Repair

  • Litter control

  • Public grounds mowing

  • Meter readings

  • Meter installation and repairs

  • Tree trimming

  • Mosquito fogging

  • Miscellaneous items

Planning to Dig?

Anyone planning to dig in Ohio must call 811 or 1-800-362-2764 at least 48 hours before you dig. The Ohio Utilities Protection Service will notify your utility companies and member companies will mark their lines.  Calling before you dig is important not only for safety reasons, but also because it is the law.

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