Waste Management Holidays
ACH Authorization Form
New Service Information
Annual Clean Up May 9th
New Jefferson Residents:
We are happy that you have chosen the Village of Jefferson as
your home. We know you will find Jefferson a warm and friendly
community. Our location in Ashtabula County, along with our excellent
schools and the services provided by the Village, make Jefferson
an ideal place to live and raise a family.
In addition to the services of the Police and Fire
Departments, sewer and trash are contracted through the Village.
For more information, see New Service Information above.
We offer brush pickup (April – September).
The Village Streets Dept will pick up brush the first Monday of
the month. Leaf pick up is (April, May, Oct, Nov). Leaves must be
in biodegradable bags (available at the Jefferson Community Center).
Once they have been down your street they will not be back again
until next month. Be sure it is at the road Monday at 7:00 am. Please
do not put anything at the curb until the weekend prior.
The Village of Jefferson has a local income tax
of 1.5 percent. Section 890 of the Village code requires all
residents to file a return even if no tax is due. (There is a non-file/non
pay penalty up to $50.00). Questions about income tax may
be addressed to the income tax clerk at the Village Hall.
Aqua Ohio Water Company 1-877-987-2782.
Time Warner 1-877-283-8091 Century Link 1-800-788-3500
The Village Administrative offices, located in the
old Town Hall building, are open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30
p.m. The phone number is (440) 576-3941.
If you have any questions regarding the services
we provide, please feel free to call us at your convenience.
To encourage recycling and saving landfill space, the EPA has restricted
us from hauling leaves, tree trimmings, grass, vehicle batteries,
tires, appliances, liquid paint, used motor oil, cement blocks and
Open Burning - no person or property owner shall
cause or allow open burning except for the following purposes
A. Cooking for human consumption;
B. Heating tar, welding, acetylene torches, highway safety flares, heating
for warmth of outdoor workers and strikers, smudge pots and similar occupational