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Articles About Village of Yellow Springs Public Works

  • Yellow Springs Public Works employees to bring power to Navajo Nation

    Participating in the “Light Up Navajo” mutual aid initiative are five Village Public Works employees who will connect Native American residents living without power to an electrical grid for the first time.

  • Village Council | March 4 Meeting

    In his Manager’s Report, Burns told Council that development of the future 90-home subdivision, Spring Meadows, is on schedule.

  • Off line

    A storm that passed over the village during a tornado warning early Wednesday morning, Feb. 28, resulted in a loss of electric power throughout Yellow Springs, beginning at about 4:30 a.m.

  • Johnnie Burns sworn in as Yellow Springs village manager

    At the most recent Village Council meeting, held virtually on Tuesday, Feb. 20, Interim Village Manager Johnnie Burns was appointed to permanently fill the manager role, following unanimous approval from Council. He was officially sworn in early Wednesday morning.

  • The giving Gaunt

    Earlier this week, Village crews did a little sharing of their own and carried out the tradition of delivering flour and sugar to Yellow Springs widows and widowers.

  • Multi-modal pathway construction, intersection narrowing work to begin

    Villagers will soon have an easier and safer time walking down some of Yellow Springs’ most trafficked throughways.

  • August public works projects planned, underway

    At Gaunt Park, crews entered their second month of working on the Village’s 63-foot-tall, 900,000-gallon water tower.

  • Village electric crew gets the ‘gold’

    Reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvement — those are the four areas in which the Yellow Springs Electric Department was evaluated in order to receive an RP3 “Gold” designation from the American Public Power Association, or APPA.

  • Village plans power outage at 5:30 a.m.

    "Peak shaving" means that if the village can "shave" energy from peak usage, the village electrical rates may go down next year. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The Village of Yellow Springs is planning to shut down power to the entire village for approximately 10 minutes Wednesday, September 14, from 5:30 – 5:40 a.m.

  • Watering hole

    Dayton-Yellow Springs Road was closed to traffic July 26 for a water leak remediation. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Village street crew members repaired a broken leaking water line under Dayton Street near Kenneth Hamilton Way on Monday, July 26.

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