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Liberty Conservation club closed for fishing until May 19

Liberty Conservation Club, 1552 SR 235, will be closed for fishing starting Monday the 13 until the Derby on Sunday, May 19.

Ada observes drinking water week 

The Village of Ada is joining communities across North America in celebrating Drinking Water Week, an annual observance led by the American Water Works Association.

Village of Ada helps grow interest in the urban forest

Ada earns continued Tree City USA designation

By Paula Pyzik Scott

Last week the Village of Ada Tree Commission sent third graders home with three-year-old river birch seedlings. The bagged, slime covered infant trees will grow fairly rapidly and have the potential to become 40+ foot trees with papery bark and yellow fall color.

Evening and weekend hours for pool pass purchase

The Village will have extended office hours on May 7, 2024 and will be open till 7:30 p.m. The Village will also be open on Saturday, May 4, 2024. The Ada Municipal Building is located at 115 W Buckeye Ave.

Mock crash event at Ada Schools on April 25

Facebook notice from Ada Schools at 9:42 a.m. on April 25:

Attention Ada High School Community!

Today at 12:45 p.m., Ada High will be conducting a Mock Crash event.

You may hear emergency vehicles being dispatched to the school, but please be assured that there is no real emergency. This is only a drill.

This simulation is an important opportunity for our students to learn about the consequences of unsafe driving behaviors and the importance of responsible decision-making behind the wheel.

Let's work together to promote safe driving habits and keep our community safe!


Information sessions will provide background on utility aggregation

By Paula Pyzik Scott

The Village of Ada will host two informational sessions with background on governmental utility aggregation (gas and electricity) prior to putting the issue on the ballot for Ada residents.