The Village of Payne
The Village of Payne

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APRIL 24, 2018

Welcome to The Village of Payne Website

         The Village of Payne is a warm welcoming community of 1194 residents. Though we are a small rural Village in Northwest Ohio, we have much to offer.

         Payne is a close knit community with conservative values, reflective of our excellent Schools, Churches, Park, Library, The Rock, Youth Center and Businesses.

          I would like to invite you to come and experience the Village of Payne, with our Hometown Atmosphere and a Wonderful Safe Place to Raise Your Family.

          Economic Devolopment is important to the Village and we are excited about the growth opportunities we could provide to new businesses and industries. Our dedicated local government officials look forward to future growth, while still maintaining our small town charm. We are located at the intersection of SR 49, SR 500 and SR 613. We are 7 miles from SR 24, 9 miles from SR 30 and Norfolk Southern Railroad crosses thru the Village. Come explore your business opportunities with our local government.

Your concerns are my concerns, please feel free to contact me for any reason.Thank you for visiting our website and have a blessed day.

                Mayor Steve Wobler


The May 28th Monday Council Meeting will be moved to Wednesday May 30th at 7pm due to the Memorial Day Holiday 



National Bike to School Day May 9th


Payne Community Garage Sales 

June 1-3, 2018 see flyer on event page


Payne Relief 5K

June 28, 2018 see flyer event page


Rock the Block 

June 23-24, 2018 see flyer event page



Fall Festival October 13-14, 2018

flyer will be posted at a later date



The Village is seeking candidates for Firefighters and EMT'S, please see a fireman or EMT for more information. Training will be paid for by the departments. There is also a Completion Cash Bonus for EMT'S after Certification.


Golf Cart Inspections will be done M-TH from 8-4 at the Police Department. The form for what is required is on the Police Logs Page. This must be done initially, prior to licensing your golf cart for use in the Village. Cost is 25.00


Text 45880 to 888777 to Receive Information and Alerts from the Village Police Department thru NIXLE. See the brochure on the Police Logs Page


Neighborhood Watch Meeting Sunday May 6th 2pm at Fire and EMS Building- Bicycle Safety Demonstration and Helmet Give Away-see flyer below

Neighborhood Watch Meeting helmet event[...]
Microsoft Word document [12.6 KB]

The Village of Payne, Benton and Harrison Townships would like to announce that they will be staffing the Payne EMS with 2-part time EMT's, on dayshift Monday thru Friday. The Village of Payne, Benton and Harrison Townships want to remain proactive to this situation and provide prompt response time for our citizens in their time of need. Any certified EMT that would be willing to appy for the position should contact 419 263-2514 extension 111 and 102 or email


Real Waste Recycling-Every Tuesday Free Service-See brochure below or contact Real Waste at 419 594-2888 for more information

Bulky Waste pickup always first Tuesday of each month

R eal Waste Recycle Program.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [473.6 KB]


Steve Wobler 2019


Steve Crowley 2019

Andrew Head 2022

Lora Lyons 2022

Randy Miller (President) 2022

Austin Scheiner 2019

Andy Zartman 2022


Matt Miller Esq.

Fiscal Officer

Zoe McMaster

Board of Public Affairs

Eric Gross 2019

John Hall (President) 2019

Brad Young 2022

Water Sewer Refuse Billing

Lindsey Moore

Water Department

Winston Gross

Street & Sewer Department

Jarrod Childs

Zoning Inspector

Tom Sinn

Public Safety

Police Chief Rodney Miller

Fire Chief Leroy Anderson

EMS Amber Schuerman


Council Meetings

Second and Fourth Monday Monthly @ 7pm

Mayor's  Court

First and Third Tuesday Monthly

@ 7pm



Tree Limbs & Yard Material can be taken to the compost site. Follow 500 E to the Driveway before the R/R, then follow Drive to the Southeast corner, behind the retention pond for placement. THIS IS ONLY FOR VILLAGE RESIDENTS AND ONLY FOR TREE LIMBS AND YARD WASTE

The Compost site will be closed yearly from November 15 thru March 15th. If storm damage occurs between these dates a determination will be made on reopening.


Mayor's Court and Water Bill Payments may be deposited in the Dropbox at the front of the Village Offices.


Water Bill payments can also be deposited at the Water Department Dropbox.


Siren and Warning Siren at  School sound continuously, PLEASE TAKE SHELTER FROM SEVERE WEATHER. There Is A WEEKLY TEST on Wednesday at 1 pm.


Siren sounds daily at 12pm and 6pm.


Siren sounds 3 times, water will be shut off.









                  Website Designer and Administrator Mayor Steve Wobler

"A Great Place to Live and Grow"      

Village of Payne

119 North Main Street

P.O. Box 58

Payne Ohio 45880

Phone 419-263-2514

Fax 419 263-3426


100 Mayor Court

101 Police Department

102 Mayor

103 Fiscal Officer

104 Zoning

105 BPA

110 Fire Department

111 EMS

112 Water & Sewer Department

113 Street Department


Payne Village Park

513 North Main Street

Rental Organized Event $50.00

Contact Fiscal Officer


Payne Public Library

101 N. Main Street

419 263-3333


Wayne Trace Payne Elementary

501 West Townline Street

419 263-2512


Divine Mercy School

120 Arturus Street

419 263-2114


The Rock

104 S. Main St.

419 770-2277


Village Churches


Payne Church of Christ

220 W. Merrin St.

419 263-2092

Payne Church of Nazarene

509 Orchard St.

419 263-2422

Divine Mercy Catholic Church

203 W. Townline St.

419 399-2576

St. Jacob's Church

207 W. Oak St.

419 263-2763

St. James Luthern Church

511 W. Townline St.

419 263-2129

St. Paul United Methodist Church

312 S. Main St.

419 263-2418


US Post Office

101 S. Laura St

419 263-2383


Rueben Smith American Legion

Post 297

220 N. Main St.

419 263-2772


Flat Rock Masonic Lodge 580

506 S. Main St.

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