Pemberville, OH
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For more information on Pemberville contact:
Gordon Bowman, Council President; John Lockard, Electric Superintendent
115 Main Street
P.O. Box 109
Pemberville, OH 43450-0109

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Community Profile

Six miles from the Ohio Turnpike, on the forks of the Portage River in northwest Ohio sets Pemberville, Ohio. Twenty-five miles from Lake Erie and thirty miles from the Toledo Express Airport, we have an ideal location for you. In addition to the turnpike, U.S. 23, U.S. 6, and Interstate 75 are all within a fifteen (15) minute drive.These thoroughfares make cities such as Cleveland, Ohio, and Ft. Wayne, Indiana, accessible in less than two (2) hours.

Our community operates a municipal electric system.It is owned by our citizens and governed by those representatives elected by their peers. If there is any electrical issue, one only needs to make a local phone call or walk up the street. We are members of American Municipal Power (AMP), a nonprofit wholesale power supplier and services provider for member municipal electric systems in six states. Through the assistance of this organization, we are able to provide the community with a reliable, economical, diverse mix of electrical energy. The Village also maintains and upgrades its own water and sewer systems, recently completing a new large capacity Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Village offers economic incentives to all new industry.

The youth of our community attend Eastwood Local Schools, rated Excellent by the State of Ohio. There are also several advanced learning opportunities in the area. Bowling Green State University is an approximate fifteen (15) minute commute, while the University of Toledo and the University of Findlay can easily be driven in less than forty-five (45) minutes. Ohio Northern University in Ada and Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan, are a little more than an hour drive.

Pemberville offers several parks and recreational opportunities. Memorial Park includes a pool, tennis courts, basketball court, playground, ball diamond, volleyball court, shelter house, and a picnic area. Mason Park is located downtown and serves as a place of relaxation. OberhousePark, on the Portage River, is in the developmental phase. We also have a one mile walking/exercise trail.

To truly experience Pemberville, you must spend some time here. We invite you to give us a call, let us show you around, and discuss what we have to offer. You will see why our citizens are proud to call Pemberville home.

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