Due to illness, tonight’s council meeting has been canceled. There will be a special council meeting on Monday, September 27th, at 7 PM, and it will be held at 2 E. Sandusky Street, in Fredericktown. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause residents.… Read full story
Clintonville Subdivision Sanitary and Storm Sewer Improvements 2021
September 17, 2021 – The City of Mount Vernon announces the start of the sanitary sewer and storm sewer improvements for the areas of Fearn Avenue and Grange Avenue rear yards as well as Pearl Avenue and has entered into a contract with Layton INC.… Read full story
UPDATE: Due to some concerns about the ability to socially distance at the Police Department, we have chosen to move the location of this meeting to the Fredericktown Community Park (Sockman Park) picnic shelter #2, near the bath house.
Our next Neighborhood Watch meeting will be this Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 11 am at the Fredericktown Police Department.
Thank you to the MVNU students that surveyed our sidewalks, or lack thereof, for the past two mornings. This data will be used in the future in completing an Active Transportation Plan for the Village of Fredericktown. One of the long-term goals of this plan is to create new and safer existing sidewalks throughout Fredericktown.
Mill Street will be closed for approximately two weeks, beginning on September 20th, 2021. Kokosing Construction Company will be making repairs to the bridge and will also be repaving Mill Street in its entirety. Thank you in advance for your patience.… Read full story
MOUNT VERNON, Sept. 10, 2021 – A persistent water leak that resulted in the closure of East Chestnut Street in downtown Mount Vernon for two days this week has been found and fixed. The street was expected to be reopened to traffic Friday afternoon, easing the traffic through downtown that had been detoured around the immediate area since Wednesday.… Read full story
Water Service: The planned water main work on East Vine Street and South Catherine Street has been moved to Monday (09-13-2021). There is no plan to disrupt water service during the process. Updates will be provided as needed. Thank you.… Read full story
MOUNT VERNON – Workers with the City of Mount Vernon as well as outside contractors continued their efforts Thursday to find the source of a water leak on East Chestnut Street between North Main and North Gay streets.… Read full story