Welcome to the Village of Loudonville, Ohio
Loudonville is a village in the U.S. state of Ohio located in both Ashland and Holmes counties. Loudonville is nicknamed the “Canoe Capital of Ohio” for the many canoe liveries along the Mohican River.
Our website offers information about our Village, featuring our local government offices and the services we provide to our community. We hope that you enjoy browsing our site and invite you to come back often.
A variety of resources are made available to you here, but if you need additional information we are always happy to answer your questions. Please email the Loudonville Village Administrator at email@example.com, or call our business office at (419) 994-3214.
ATTENTION – Loudonville Utility Consumers
For Information about the adverse effects of lead in drinking water, and what you can to do prevent lead contamination, Click HERE: Ohio EPA Lead Information Page
PUBLIC NOTICE :
HELPING HAND FOOD PANTRY in the Lower Level of the Loudonville Youth Building WILL REMAIN OPEN on a limited basis. Please call (419) 994-4280 if you have any questions.
NOTICE REGARDING OHIO THEATRE EVENTS
Due to recent mandates by Governor DeWine in response to the Coronavirus issue, and as a precaution by the Village of Loudonville, several previously scheduled events at the Ohio Theatre will be postponed or cancelled. Please visit our Theatre Home Page for updated information by clicking HERE.
A great historical photograph and musical tribute to the Village of Loudonville debuted during the Grand Re-Opening of our Theatre in June, 2018. Click Here to view this very interesting and entertaining video.
(Many Thanks to the fine folks who gave of their time, talent and resources to bring this to the Loudonville community!)
|Village of Loudonville
| Fire Department
Ohio Edison/First Energy Customers: Wish to Report a Street Light Outage?… click HERE.
Sign up to receive weather alerts, boil advisories and other emergency notifications here:
Ashland County Emergency Cell Phone Alert (WENS) registration
BACKFLOW PREVENTION – What is it? Why is it important to me? How can I help protect our water system?