Responsibilities of the Village Administrator as defined by the Ohio Revised Code include the following:
- The village administrator appointed under section 735.271 of the Revised Code shall manage, conduct, and control the water works, electric light plants, artificial or natural gas plants, or other similar public utilities, furnish supplies of water, electricity, or gas, and collect all water, electric, and gas rents.
- The village administrator may make such bylaws and regulations as it deems necessary for the safe, economical, and efficient management and protection of such works, plants, and public utilities.
- The village administrator shall supervise the improvement and repair of streets, avenues, alleys, lands, lanes, squares, landings, market houses, bridges, viaducts, sidewalks, sewers, drains, ditches, culverts, ship channels, streams, and water courses as well as the lighting, sprinkling, and cleaning of all streets, alleys, and public buildings and places.
Under the direction of the Mayor, the Village Administrator is also responsible for Codes Enforcement; coordinating with the Loudonville Cemetery Board of Trustees to manage the Cemetery; assisting with the management of the Parks, Pool and Theatre; and in general to oversee the daily operations of the Village. The primary focus of the Village Administrator is to see that you, as a citizen or visitor to the Village of Loudonville, receive the services and assistance you would expect from your local government.