City Receives National Recognition for Electric Reliability

American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) is proud to announce that the American Public Power Association (APPA) has presented the City of Bowling Green with a Certificate of Excellence in Reliability. The Certificate of Excellence in Reliability recognizes utilities that placed in the top 25 percentile of reliability nationwide in 2019, as measured against the U.S. … Continue reading City Receives National Recognition for Electric Reliability

South Grove Closure – April 30 and May 1

In conjunction with the new Senior Center being built, South Grove Street will be closed to traffic from West Wooster to Clough Street.  The closure will occur from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm on April 30 and May 1, reopening each night.  The closure is required to perform sanitary and storm sewer connections.

50th Earth Day Anniversary

Today, April 22nd, marks the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day Celebration. We, and our community partners, are disappointed that we are not able to celebrate with you as we normally would! Below are some suggestions for celebrating remotely. Now, more than ever, we are reminded of how our individual actions collectively make a … Continue reading 50th Earth Day Anniversary

City Waives Fees & Allows for Expanded Use of Temporary Commercial Signs

The City continues to look for creative ways to assist the Bowling Green community.  In recognizing the challenging times of our local businesses, and as an extension of the emergency declaration, the City will allow the expanded use of temporary signage for commercial businesses.  Temporary signage is a good communication tool, and the need to … Continue reading City Waives Fees & Allows for Expanded Use of Temporary Commercial Signs

Wood County residents can report COVID-19 symptoms via survey

Wood County residents who feel they may have coronavirus (COVID-19) are encouraged to complete a survey that will help local public health better track the illness. The survey, a partnership with Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, Futon County Health Department and the University of Toledo, is meant to create a better understanding of COVID-19 in Northwest … Continue reading Wood County residents can report COVID-19 symptoms via survey

Clay Street Construction

The Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Division has completed the repairs to numerous sanitary sewer laterals in preparation of the paving portion of the Clay Street improvement project.  During this week, April 13 through 17, the existing curbs will be removed and the site will be prepared for installation of a newly poured curb.  During … Continue reading Clay Street Construction

Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases expected to increase (from Wood County Health Department)

Case numbers for coronavirus (COVID-19) are expected to increase due to new reporting practices, which will now include probable cases in addition to confirmed cases. Until now, local health departments have followed guidance from the Ohio Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which announced positive COVID-19 cases once they were … Continue reading Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases expected to increase (from Wood County Health Department)