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Village leaf pick up begins October 24

At the Tuesday, October 18 council meeting, Village Administrator Jamie Hall announced that leaf pick up crews would begin work on Monday, October 24.

The announcement below can also be found on the village website.


The Village has been divided into the four districts. Each district will have leaves picked up on a set date.

Dates are subject to change due to weather or emergencies.


MONDAYS: Pickup Dates – Oct. 24th, 31st, Nov. 7th, 14th, 28th    


Village offers new app for bill payments

The Village of Ada has introduced My Civic App. available for Android and Apple devices, to provide a new bill payment option. It allows users to:

  • Access real-time account information and consumption history
  • Pay by phone, text, website, or mobile app
  • Make a one-time payment, schedule a payment or sign up for autopay
  • Receive payment reminders

Ada residents can make payments directly through using the "Pay your bill" button or download the mycivic app.

Public meetings update from Village website

The Village of Ada provides a schedule of upcoming public meetings with the agenda for council meetings.

The following schedule for October 17-November 16 can be found at


October 17, Ada-Liberty Ambulance District, 5:30 p.m. 530 N. Gilbert St. 

October 18, Regular Council Meeting, 6:30 p.m. Municipal Building

October 19, Ada Community Improvement Corporation, noon Depot, 9 Central Ave.

Ada Pool networking for next summer

The Ada Municipal Pool will be open through August 13 and managers are in planning mode for 2023:

"We are already starting to gather ideas for next season. If you, or someone you know, are interested in potentially applying to the pool for next summer please fill out the attached Google Form. Please give us as much information about yourself as you can.

"Applications will come out sometime next year towards the end of winter-beginning of spring, but this will help us to get an idea of what positions people are interested in."

Cashiers, lifeguards and managers are part of the pool team.

Hydrant flushing during August

The Village of Ada has the following announcement for water customers and users:

August is hydrant flushing month here in the Village. Beginning August 8, 2022, we will be performing our routine hydrant flushing.

During this process there may be a slight discoloration of the water caused by sediment or rust being flushed from the water mains. Households experiencing this should not be alarmed. The water will clear up once it is run for a short time.

Should you experience rusty colored water, we suggest you run the cold water from the faucet nearest to the water meter to flush the service.

2021 Water Quality Report for Village of Ada

The Village of Ada has released the 2021 Water Quality Report on the village website. This annual report provides information about the sources of Ada drinking water, protective strategies for these three wells, and potential sources of contamination.

The report also includes testing results with detected contaminants listed. In 2021 none of the contaminants were in violation of EPA safe drinking water standards.

The following excerpts provide information from the 5-page document: