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Monday, October 23, 2017

Emergency Alert Explanations

What the "Emergency Alert" Color Means

RED Emergency Alert Light

When the "Emergency Alert" light is flashing red, an emergency condition exist in the Village of Ashville. This could be all of the village or a section of the village. That information will be included below with the “Alert Description” below.

GREEN Emergency Alert Light

When the "Emergency Alert" light is green, no emergency conditions exist in the Village of Ashville at this time.

These conditions could include road closures, water leaks, and flooding, snow, ice, etc.



Sample Alert Descriptions Date of Alert End of Alert Status of Alert
Boil Alert and Water Conservation Advisory     ON
Traffic Condition      OFF
Currently Ended Flood Warning and Possible Road Closure      OFF
Road Closure      OFF
Water Outage and Boil Alert      OFF

 Active Alerts

Alert Description                                                                                                     Date of Alert  End of Alert  Status of Alert

1.  Traffic Condition  Park Street

Local Waste Services is staging the distribution of the Recycle and Refuse Toter on October 11, 2017. They are using Park Street in front of the Water Plant for staging and delivery (between Station and Plum Street). Be cautious when driving through this area or throughout the village as they will be in every area for delivery. You can link to the Recycle & Refuse webpage by clicking on the ON

Staging Toters for Delivery2

Date  Published Wednesday,   October 11, 2017

Anticipated end date is October 12, 2017  ON

2.  Traffic Condition  Long Street between St. Rt 752 and Station Street

ODOT will be completing an overlay of State Route 316 between State Route 752 and Station Street. The project has been ongoing and reaches Ashville on September 20, 2017. You can link to the project webpage pdf by clicking on the ON

Date Published Tuesday, September 18, 2017 Anticipated end date is September 22, 2017   ON

3. Traffic Condition Westside

Construction continues for Part B. Area involves Scioto Street, West Main Street, Rich Street, Lexington, May, and Rodger Alley. There may be lane closures as the construction is completed.  Drive with caution and watch out for the "flaggers". By clicking on the on under "Status of Alert" a hyperlink will take you to the Project Webpage. 

Date Published Thursday, March 30, 2017  Anticipated end of Part B,  Sometime in October 2017


4. Traffic Condition State Route 752 and Long Street resumed construction on February 27, 2017. There may be lane closures as the intersection construction is completed.  Drive with caution and watch out for the "flaggers".  February 24, 2017

Anticipated end of Project Soon


  If the Alert is the result of a project, clicking ON will take you to the project information webpage
Alert Explanation Boil Alert Info Discolored Water Advisory


Boil Alert Information

In the area of the outage, we are instructing you to boil all tap water at a rolling boil for at least two minutes prior to consumption. The "boil water alert” remains in effect for 48 hours after repairs or until we can confirm no contamination is possible and issue an all-clear, anticipated time already indicated. If water has been open to air a water quality test will be performed and if any problems are detected the alert will be extended another 24 hours and you will be notified in person. As an alternative to boiling water, people may use bottled water.

You may as a result of the outage experience darker colored water (rust particles from the inside of iron water mains).

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