- COVID-19 INFORMATION
OFFICES ARE OPEN PLEASE SEE INFORMATION BELOW
March 23, 2019
Dear Seville Resident,
With recent events brought on by COVID 19, The Village of Seville has worked to comply with mandates at the national and state level. We have announced that lobbies to all village buildings will be closed.
Please call the municipal building 330.769.4146 with any questions. Feel free to put any documentation necessary in the Board of Public Affairs drop box. We can also be contacted through email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org . We will contact you as soon as possible. Additionally, we have compiled a list of important phone numbers and websites for your benefits. Should you need assistance in an emergency, please dial 911.
Reminder that citizens limit their exposure to the public, keep a distance of six feet from others, wash hands regularly, and do not touch their face.
Lastly, the Ohio Attorney General has warned Ohio residents to protect themselves from scams such as emails from the CDC, online advertisements for cures of COVID-19, groups that ask for donations of any kind, persons going door to door offering tests for the virus, and emails asking for personal information. If you have any questions, please contact Village of Seville Police Department 330.769.4003.
State Hotline: 1.833.427.5634 or coronavirus.ohio.gov
Medina County Board of Health: 1.800.723.9688 or www.Medinahealth.org
The Office of Older Adults: 330.723.9514 or www.mcooa.org – Home delivery of meals and food drops are still happening. Transportation for age 65 or older is still happening and can be scheduled over the phone.
Feeding Medina County: 330.421.4816 – Seniors can get food on Thursdays at 7:30 AM at the Medina County Fairgrounds and are not required to get out of their cars.
Respectively, Carol Carter, Mayor