FIRE AND POLICE CHIEFS RECOGNIZED

Recently, Fire Chief Chris Davis completed his 25 years of continued service to the community and people of New Boston. He joins Police Chief Steve Goins as the only two employees with more than 25 years of work service.
 

Mayor Williams presented both with an award recognizing their years of commitment and service to our community. The Mayor commented, “We are most fortunate to have these two experienced individuals to lead our public safety department. Their commitment and expertise provide valuable service to our fire and police divisions and provide enhanced safety to our New Boston community. On behalf of all of us here in New Boston, we appreciate and thank them both for their continued service and dedication.”

 

ECONOMIC RELIEF FUND ESTABLISHED 

ECONOMIC RELIEF FUND ESTABLISHED 

FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 

TO 

NEW BOSTON INDIVIDUALS AND SMALL BUSINESSES 

AFFECTED BY THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC 

Mayor Williams and New Boston Village Council have announced that an “Economic Relief Fundhas been established to financially assist New Boston individuals and small businesses who have been economically affected by the Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic. The federal dollars are provided to the Village through the Federal CARES Act fund distributed to the Village of New Boston for necessary pandemic related expenses and small business grant programs. 

The funds may be used by New Boston residents to provide financial relief for rent, mortgage, and utility payments for those economically impacted by the virus while small businesses may also receive relief from operating costs due to the virus. There is a maximum award up to $1,000 for each household or small business

The program is being administered by Community Action of Scioto County, where applications may be pickedup beginning on Monday, September 14. The $50,000 fund will only be available until the end of the year or when the fund monies have been distributed, whichever comes first

 

NEW BOSTON CANCELS FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS HOPE TO RESCHEDULE IN SEPTEMBER

PUBLIC NOTICE 

NEW BOSTON CANCELS FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS HOPE TO RESCHEDULE IN SEPTEMBER 

Mayor Williams has announced that the planned Fourth of July Fireworks have been cancelled due to the COVID19 virus along with social distancing orders and restrictions on mass gatherings. We are genuinely disappointed that fireworks will not be happening this Independence Day, but our major concern is for the safety of our community, visitors and employees who would be attending and working the event.” 

The virus situation will be revisited in September to determine if a community celebration with fireworks can be performed safely and in accordance with state and local health orders as Ohio continues to reopen activities. The Mayor continued, “The community certainly needs a celebration and we are very optimistic and determined to hold an event later in the year.” 

The Mayor also stated that the Fourth of July Fireworks will most certainly continue in 2021.

PUBLIC NOTICE – NEW BOSTON VILLAGE OFFICES CLOSED

PUBLIC NOTICE
NEW BOSTON VILLAGE OFFICES CLOSED

In consideration of the ever changing situation regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), in keeping with the recommendations from both federal and state government officials and health departments, the Scioto County Commissioners declaration of emergency, and the expected surge in the number of people expected to contract the virus in the next few weeks, the New Boston Village Offices will be Closed Immediately to the public for All Routine Business. Critical of unforseen matters requiring immediate attention will be considered on a case by case basis.

However, all necessary functions (Police, Fire, Sanitation, Flood Defense, etc) will continue without interruption.

Staff will be available to answer questions and concerns via telephone number 740.456.4103 and will be able to assist with filing of tax returns and Mayor’s Court questions.

Mayor Williams


STAY SAFE……..STAY HOME……SAVE LIVES

Village Tax Filing Deadline Extended

 

  • Individual taxpayers will have until 7/15/20 to file and pay their 2019 municipal income tax return.
  • Net profit taxpayers (calendar year) who have opted to file with the State Tax Commissioner will have until 7/15/20 to file and pay their 2019 municipal income tax return with the State.
  • Net profit taxpayers (calendar year) who file directly with the tax administrator of the municipal corporation will have until 7/15/20 to file and pay their 2019 municipal income tax return.
  • First and second quarter estimated tax payments (individuals and calendar year net profit tax filers) will both be due by 7/15/20.  

    If you have any questions or need further information,
    call the New Boston Village Offices at 740.456.4103.