Archbold, Ohio is that rarity among communities-a town where growth is based on an already thriving infrastructure.A town prepared to support further growth because it has mastered the process. A town of 4346 people which supports well over 4,000 jobs. A town which is prepared to help you succeed. In 1999, Archbold chose to become a “Community of Character.” The village, churches and businesses are working to prove that together we can promote positive character qualities in our youth and community.

In The Spotlight:  School Resource Officer

The Village of Archbold is accepting applications from April 16th thru May 17th for the position of Full-time Police Officer/School Resource Officer (SRO).  The SRO will promote school safety and improve the school’s perception as a safe learning environment and deter misconduct.

This Job Post opens up the selection process to employees of the Department as well as external candidates whether they live in Archbold or outside of Archbold.

Candidates that meet the following qualifications will continue through the selection process.
1)  Must possess Ohio Peace Officer Training Certificate established by Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC).  A copy of your Certificate must be provided at the time of application.

2)  Must have a high school diploma or GED.

3)  Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver’s license and must remain insurable under the Village’s vehicle insurance plan.

4)  Two or more years related experience OR education, experience that would provide the required background knowledge is preferred, but not a requirement.

Please provide a copy of your Resume, a Cover Letter, Archbold Application Form, a list of (3) Professional References and your State of Ohio Peace Officer Training Certificate to Archbold Chief of Police, Leo Wixom on or before May 17th, 2019.  Items may be scanned and emailed (pdf formal only) to lwixom@archbold.com

Candidates that meet the minimum qualifications will be contacted to sit for the Ohio Law Enforcement Selection Inventory (OH-SELECT) written exam.  The written exam is tentatively planned for the week of May 20, 2019.

Summary of Hiring Process

Archbold Employment Application

SRO Pay & Benefit Package

Police SRO & Police Officer Job Description

ARCHBOLD LION’S CLUB COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Click HERE to be directed to the Archbold Lion’s Club Community Calendar.  It’s information from Archbold Area Organizations, churches, schools and groups!  It’s all the information you will need, easy to find, in one place!

Council Agenda

Click below to see the latest Village Council Agenda.

Village Council Agenda

ARCHBOLD SOLID WASTE PROGRAM

REFUSE, RECYCLING, BULK ITEMS, AND YARD WASTE

The Village of Archbold is committed to providing the very best Solid Waste services to the residents of Archbold at the lowest price possible.  Archbold’s Solid Waste Program includes:  weekly curbside refuse pick-up, bi-weekly curbside recycling, monthly curbside 2-Bulk item pick-up, bi-weekly curbside brush pick-up as well as a yard waste disposal site and a recycling site.

Archbold Village Council is sensitive to the needs of residents for unlimited bulk pick-up, but it’s essential to understand demand as well as cost verses benefit at this high level of service.  The monthly residential cost would go from $9.50 to $13.50 to cover unlimited bulk pick-up.  That means residents that can manage bulk pick-up needs under a limited structure would be subsidizing unlimited bulk pick-up for a few residents.  The best approach is to ask residents to manage extra bulk pick-up needs on their own.

Effective January 2019; two (2)-Bulk Household Items or Limited Bulk Pick-up will continue on the Third Friday of the month on the North side of the tracks and on the Second Thursday of the month on the South side of the tracks.

BULK PICK-UP IS CONTINUING; BUT IT IS LIMITED TO (2) ITEMS PER MONTH.

Bulk Household Items are in addition to regular bagged garbage.  Bagged garbage is not considered a bulk household item.  A list of common Bulk Household Items is available on the Village Website or by contacting ARS.  When in doubt as to whether something is considered a bulk household item, please contact ARS.  Items that are not considered bulk household items will be left at the curb.  Residents are not permitted to leave items at the curb and will be required to store them until the next bulk item pick-up or schedule removal by other means.

Council will be considering an increase of the monthly residential refuse charge in 2020, which is needed to bring the general fund subsidy closer to 20% of the total cost.  This increase was considered in 2019, but deferred until 2020.  The increase in 2020 would be on top of an increase, if unlimited bulk pick-up were reinstated.  Please contact the Village with comments or suggestions regarding the Solid Waste Program.

Click here for a complete list and pricing of Bulk Items.