Village of Waterville
The Village of Waterville is governed by Council-Manager form of government, that operates under a home-rule charter adopted in 1966. The Charter outlines the way decisions are made by the Village Council and Mayor. The Village Council consists of six members and the Mayor. The Council's responsibilities include making policy, the adoption of legislation, voting appropriations, and appointing a full-time professional Municipal Administrator. The Administrator serves at the pleasure of the Council and has full responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the Village. Additionally, the charter establishes a permanent Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, Personnel Board, and Finance Committee, which operate within the local government.
For more information and contact information for the Village of Waterville, we encourage you to explore their website http://www.waterville.org/.
In addition to the Village proper, Waterville has an active township that is governed by a Township Board of Trustees. Among other things, the Township has jurisdiction over zoning and signage. If your business is located in the Township, we encourage you to visit the Township Zoning page for guidelines.
The neighboring communities to Waterville include the Village of Whitehouse, Monclova Township, and the Village of Grand Rapids. We encourage you to visit and enjoy the ammenities and charm these communities have to offer.
Waterville is located in Lucas County, Ohio. The following list are useful links pertaining to doing business in Lucas County.
State of Ohio
The State of Ohio offers business resources to help you start a business in Ohio. The Small Business Development Center located at the Toledo Chamber of Commerce can assist you with getting started. There are also many online resources to tap into, learn more here.