The Village Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, May 28th for Memorial Day. Refuse collection normally provided on Monday, May 28th will be provided on Tuesday, May 29th along with Tuesday’s regularly scheduled collection.
The Versailles Swimming Pool will conduct public swimming lessons. Session 1 will be held June 11-14 and June 18-21. Session 2 will be held July 9-12 and July 16-19. The lessons are for two weeks, four days per week (Mondays-Thursdays). Lessons will be conducted in the morning from 10:30-11:15 a.m. or from 11:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for both Session 1 and Session 2 and in the evening from 5:30-6:15 p.m. or 6:15-7:00 p.m. for Session 2 only.
The cost of swimming lessons is $25.00 per person per two-week session for season pass holders and $40.00 per person per two-week session for non-season pass holders. Private swimming lessons are also available by request. The cost of private lessons is $25 for two 45-minute sessions or $40 for non-season pass holders. Interested parents may set up a time with a swim manager or lifeguard.
A registration form is required to be completed prior to children participating in swimming lessons. Payments are due in advance of lessons. For more information, please stop by the pool or call 526-5154 during regular pool hours.
Brush will be picked up every Friday providing you call the Utilities Office at 937-526-3294 prior to the Friday you want the brush picked up so that your name can be placed on the brush list. Citizens have the ability, and are encouraged, to take large piles of trimmings to the Village yard waste pile near the Village Wastewater Plant at 350 Grand Ave for discarding.
“Brush” is larger limbs that are put through the chipper, not to be confused with yard waste. If the Utilities Office is not contacted, there is no guarantee that your brush will be picked up. Any brush and or limb pile larger than a normal pick up load (approximately 4’ X 4’ X 6’) will not be picked up and residents will be notified and requested to transport the brush or limbs to the yard waste pile. The Village, by ordinance, has the discretion to request ALL brush and limbs be transported by citizens of the Village and while we will always try to accommodate residents, it is necessary to keep the piles of brush to a reasonable size. We appreciate your cooperation regarding brush and limb pick up services.
The Village of Versailles and Bohman Excavating will be performing a water main tap and main line crossing between Woodland Dr. and Cambridge Dr. this Wednesday, April 4th. We will be closing one lane of traffic at a time as we cross the street with a new 12” water main for the new subdivision planned off of Klipstine Rd. Traffic will be maintained with flaggers as the work progresses. Due to the poor soil conditions experienced during the sanitary sewer main crossing that occurred back in March, there is a risk that we may have to close the street entirely if trench conditions warrant for the safety of passing motorists. We will try to avoid such a circumstance if at all possible.
We appreciate everyone’s understanding and cooperation while me make these improvements on S. Center St. If anyone has any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Utilities Superintendent, Kyle Francis, at (937) 526-3294 x202.
The Village of Versailles will begin scheduled yard waste collection EVERY OTHER FRIDAY throughout the grass mowing months beginning Friday, April 6th, with the last collection scheduled for Friday, November 2nd. Yard waste consists of grass clippings, plants, flowers, etc.
There is no need to call for this free service, as the yard waste route encompasses the entire Village of Versailles. To participate in this collection, please place your yard waste at your regular collection spot in a container or trash can with a maximum capacity of 35 gallons. Please refrain from using plastic trash bags and barrel-type containers without handles for yard waste collection. Please also refrain from using the Village provided refuse and recycling containers. Yard waste should be in a separate container.
As a reminder, yard waste can also be brought to the Village Yard Waste Pile at 300 Grand Avenue. This pile is to be used only by persons on Village utilities. Acceptable yard waste items include grass clippings, plants, flowers, etc. NON-ACCEPTABLE items include root stumps, batteries, tires, plastic bags, concrete, animal waste, construction material, hazardous waste, infectious waste, and asbestos. For any questions, please contact the Village Offices at 937-526-3294.
Mosquito FoggingTue, 06/26/2018 - 10:00pm
Versailles Community Garage Sales - Sponsored by Versailles Modern MothersThu, 07/26/2018 - 8:00am
Versailles Community Garage Sales - Sponsored by Versailles Modern MothersFri, 07/27/2018 - 8:00am