Water Treatment Plant
gallons per day
Usage per day: 150,000 gal. Average flow per day.
Year built: 1984
Qualifications to operate the plant: Class II Water Certificate
Type of license required: Class II Water Certificate (State)
Recent major improvements: Replaced distribution valves and
completed some water line looping
Wells: The village water system is supplied by 7 well, 250
feet deep, average 75 gallons per minute. Chlorine disinfection
- EPA mandated plus floride.
Water Storage: 100,000 gallon overhead storage (water tower),
200,000 gallon underground storage.
Maintainance: The village utility department maintains 60
fire hydrants, 11 miles of waterline, valves, and 823 meters. The
water treatment plant houses a very sophisticated lab for both the
water and sewer departments for performing EPA mandated tests for
Other information about the Water Treatment Plant: Lime and
soda ash softening plant with chlorine and flouride.
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Capacity: 300,000 gallons
per day plant.
Usage per day or flow to plant: 333,000 gal per day average
Year built: 1968 - 1969
Qualifications to operate the plant: Class I Wastewater Certificate
Type of license required: Class I Wastewater Certificate
Recent major improvements: Added a second cell for storm
Maintenance: The village utility department mantains 3 pump
stations, variable speed equipment, pumps, valves and motors, 15
miles of sewer lines and all manholes to maintain and clean.
Other information about the Wastewater Treatment Plant: The
village has a combination storm and wastewater and collection system.
This type of system is being elimintated by the EPA and Woodville
will be looking at replacing this system over the next several years.
The Village received financial assistance from
the Ohio Public Works Commission in the amount of $311,050 for
Phase I - Waterline Improvements. This project will include a
12" waterline from the Water Plant and running down the alley
between First and Main Streets and along the south side of Main
Street from Walnut to Subway. This is just the beginning of major
waterline improvements throughout the Village.
Miles of streets: 11 miles within the village - US Rt. 20
runs through the village with a heavy volume of traffic. Estimated
12,000 vehicles per day travel through Woodville, with 30% being
Parks: Busdiecker Park, Veterans Memorial Park and Trail
Marker Park which includes a Community Swimming Pool. The community
also supports youth to adult summer ball teams.
Major improvements: New playground equipment at Trail Marker
Park and to be added at Waterworks Park in 2003. A grant has been
applied for to purchase a new pool liner.
Maintenance: Street department maintains all the streets,
curbs, sidewalks, parks and park equipment, mowing, and all equipment
to maintain the streets and parks.
Customers served: 992
Amp Ohio: is a non-profit corporation organized in Ohio in 1971
for the purpose of owning and operating electric facilities or otherwise
providing for the generation, transmission and distribution of electric
power and energy to its members. Amp-Ohio purchases wholesale electric
power and energy, and sells it to members at rates based on the
purchase prices plus a small service fee. The organization also
develops alternate power resources to best meet members short-and
long-term needs. It also operates an energy control center 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year to serve its member communities.
Major Improvements - Substation: New distribution lines from
substation into system.
Maintanence: The utility department maintains 11 miles of electric
lines, all poles, wire, transformers, house drops, street lights,
traffic lights, and meters.
Other information about the electric system: The new substation
is fed from Toledo Edison transmission lines at 34,500 volts and
the substation steps it down to our primary distribution of 4,160.
It has the capacity to serve many times the load in the future than
we are servicing now. Contnued effort is in progress to upgrade
the service from the new substation to the west end of the village
for more reliable service through out the entire community.
The village also maintains buildings such as the Town Hall, Library,
Museum, old street garage, new utility maintenance building, shelter
houses in parks, water treatment plant, sewer treatment plant,
and the many vehicles used to service the community.
All employees are required by Amp-Ohio to attend
monthly OSHA safety meetings to keep our employees safe while
working. The village now must be in compliance to all OSHA regulations,
such as, fall protection, lock out tag out procedures, confine
space, storage and many other OSHA requirements.
Concerns: Any questions about utilities
any resident can call 419-849-3031 or 419-849-2233. In case of
a power outage or other utility concerns during weekends, or non
working hours, any residents may call the police department at
419-849-3020 and request the officer to contact the necessary
personnel in the utility department to take care of any concerns.