The Maumee Uptown Business Association is sponsoring two event this summer in Maumee. The first was a planter contest open to the public. The uptown planters were filled with designs from businesses, organizations and residents making the area filled with color. The winning entry for a community partner was the Puffenberger family with a vegetable … More Maumee Summer Events
The office of building and zoning has returned to the second floor of the municipal building at 400 Conant Street from Arrowhead Park.
The city of Maumee is offering seniors over age 65 and those with total permanently disabled persons at 3% reduction in water/sewer rates. Applicants must receive a service from a single meter at a single residential housing unit. The applicant or spouse must be personally responsible for payment of the bill and must be certified … More Water rate discount for seniors and disabled
Did you know? That according to backgroundchecks.com, Maumee was listed as the safest city in Ohio in 2019? Way to go, Maumee! Keep up the good work!
Currently, the Maumee Police Department will hold a citizens’ police academy on Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27; Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24; and Oct. 1 and 8. The dates are pending stay-at-home orders being lifted. Students will learn about the police department with classes will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. A wide variety … More Citizen’s Police Academy In 2020
Cancelled so far for the summer due to safety concerns from COVID19 include the Fourth of July fireworks and the Maumee Summer Fair. Safety City is postponed for now and looking to be rescheduled for later in the summer.
Except for the downtown decorative lights and the Maumee-Perrysburg bridge, streetlights are the responsibility of Toledo Edison. If you need to report an outage, call Toledo Edison at (800) 447-3333 or report online at https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/service_ requests/report-lighting-problem.html. If it is an emergency situation, such as a power outage, call (888) 544-4877.
Although the Maumee Senior Center may be closed for activities, it is going above and beyond to continue to help Maumee’s seniors. Currently the center is delivering 70 meals a day, 7 days a week so that the senior members of the community do not have to leave their homes. The Maumee Senior Center could … More Help Support Meals for Maumee’s Seniors
I wanted to pass along some comforting words from Maumee Fire Chief Brandon Loboschefski and Maumee Police Chief Dave Tullis. Chief Loboschefski encouraged everyone to follow the recommendations and orders from health officials including good hygiene and social distancing. He also wanted to ensure residents that all first responders are working and to call 911 … More Maumee Police and Fire Supporting During Coronavirus