As Mayor of Baltimore, I welcome you to the Baltimore Web Page. This page will help you, the taxpayer, to stay informed about your Government.
Check with us frequently to receive the most up to date information on what’s happening in Baltimore. This is your government, stay informed so that we can work together to improve Baltimore.
Mayor Robert M. Kalish
Below is a new feature for the website, a monthly column from Mayor Kalish. Check back each month for the latest updates on important topics affecting Village residents and businesses.
Hello Baltimore, I have some exciting things to report to you this month. In cooperation with the Ohio Small Business Development Services Agency the Village will be sponsoring a Free Business Seminar in Baltimore on September 29th. The Business program … Continue reading
Hello Baltimore, Our village is a special place for all of us! It’s not only our home but it’s where we feel safe with family and friends. With this column, it’s my hope to keep the citizens of Baltimore, well … Continue reading
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, the Village of Baltimore offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27. Regular office hours will resume on Monday, November 30.
The Village has created a new email address for residents to make complaints about property maintenance. Please use the link below to email us those complaints:
Food and/or monetary donations for the Baltimore Food Pantry can be dropped off at the Village Offices.
The South Central Power Company will be performing meter testing in our area from Monday, November 2 through Wednesday, November 25. It may be necessary for its contractor, Luthan Metering, to be on your property to inspect meters. The contractor’s vehicles have a South Central Power Company sign and the contractors have identification verifying that they are working on behalf of the cooperative.
There will be no interruption of power during this testing.
For more information, please see the letter from South Central Power.
The Village of Baltimore will begin picking up leaves on October 19, 2015 and will continue through November 25, 2015. Please place the leaves at the curb in front of your property.
Current or Recent Projects
Michael Uhl of Boy Scout Troop 187 led a team of workers to restore deteriorated graves and headstones in Baltimore’s Maple Grove Cemetery as his Eagle Scout Project. Michael visited with the Baltimore Parks & Recreation Board last fall to … Continue reading