Click here for COVID-19 Relief Program Details or call the Community Action Agency at 330-424-4013 for more information. Assistance can be for amounts back to April 2020. Funding is limited.
The city crews will continue with normal branch pickup the first full week of each month until October. Place your naturally fallen branches ONLY to the curb by Sunday evening of the week of the pickup. Shrub or tree trimming cleanup should not be placed at the curb and is the responsibility of the homeowner. [Read More]
Gas line replacement projects on Woodland Avenue and Pittsburgh Street will begin in April 2021 and will be completed by end of Summer 2021. For complete details please see the attached flyers. Woodland Ave Informational Mailer Pittsburgh Informational Mailer
City of Columbiana: Current participants of the City of Columbiana natural gas aggregation program will see an increase in their bill from Volunteer Energy Services Inc. for natural gas consumed during the February usage period, and the City of Columbiana is pursuing remedies to the situation. Volunteer Energy Services Inc., is the competitive retail gas [Read More]
Starting with your April 2021 billing cycle through March 2023 billing cycle the City’s Natural Gas Aggregation supplier will remain with VOLUNTEER ENERGY. The new rate will be .4765 per ccf. (originally $.405 per Ccf), increased due to charges arising from FERC Rate Case RP20-1060 effective February 1, 2021. Columbiana Gas is still your utility [Read More]
The Columbiana Park and Cemetery Department will be accepting Pavilion and Shelter reservations for the 2021 calendar year. No rentals will take place for the months of January and February in any city facilities due to current COVID-19 restrictions. Reservations will be accepted starting on January 4th, 2021. At the time of reservation, payments will [Read More]
The Restoration and Beautification Committee is raising money for another project in the Firestone Park – Firestone Dog Park. Donations can be made by clicking here Firestone Dog Park or can be mailed to: Restoration and Beautification Committee of Columbiana, P.O. Box 53, Columbiana, OH 44408 and specify your gift is for the dog park.
Blessing Box on the Columbiana Circle donated by local family. Shirley Elosh and her family live in beautiful Columbiana. Shirley wanted a Blessing Box for her church. But where do you go to have one made? They didn’t have the tools or equipment to take this endeavor on. So she began talking about this desire [Read More]
Please view the upcoming Firestone Pool House Renovation Project Plans here. Proposed Roof 3D Views Elevations Consistant Color