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WATER BOIL ADVISORY UPDATE - Wednesday, July 1, 2015

The City has collected representative water samples in the affected area and all system pressure has been restored. The sample incubation will be concluded by 4:30 pm on July 2nd. Please check this site for test results and additional information after that time.

***WATER BOIL ADVISORY - Wednesday, July 1, 2015***

Please see the following water boil advisory.

Water Update: July 1, 2015

All electric has been restored at the Water Plant and all operations are functioning normally.
We are aware that users in the North High and Low systems experienced some pressure drops. Users north of Milltown Road, and between Bowman and US 30 should continue to boil water until further notice. Any users in other areas who experienced significant pressure drops should also boil water until notified.

Emergency Water Use Notice: June 30, 2015

The City of Wooster is currently experiencing electrical problems at the Water Treatment Plant. While repairs are being made, pumps will be inoperable at times which will result in a loss of water pressure and volume in portions of the system. Our hope is to have the system operational within the next few hours. In the mean-time, please conserve water as much as possible, and if you experience a loss of pressure, please boil your water before consuming.

The City of Wooster Spring Newsletter

The City of Wooster's Spring Newsletter is now available here. Features include details about community reinvestment programs, a description of the housing inspections currently being performed in the traditional residental neighborhoods, information concerning the recent increase in the city's ISO insurance rating for its ability to provide fire protection, a summary of the city's 2014 budget and a message from Mayor Bob Breneman.

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Urban Forestry Policy Manual prepared by the Shade Tree Commission

Urban Forestry Policy Manual

Project Overview

In concert with Main Street Wooster and the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce, the City of Wooster is in the process of preparing a master plan for Downtown Wooster. A unique planning approach is being applied to complete the plan that integrates public input, market analysis, urban design, marketing, branding, and real-estate assessment. Through this approach, the goal is to create a plan that is balanced and informed by both technical research and public opinion.

To participate in the process, you can go to the official website at
Downtown Wooster Master Plan to contribute your ideas.

For questions regarding the plan or process, please contact Andrew Dutton, Planning and Zoning Manager, at (330) 263-5238 or

CHIP Program Provides Grants and Partially-Forgivable Loans

Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP)