Village of Northfield OH

Village of Northfield
Service/Building Depts.
199 Ledge Rd.
Northfield, Ohio 44067
FAX # 330.908.7014

Administration Bldg.
10455 Northfield Rd. 
M-F 8am-4pm

199 Ledge Road
M-F 7am-3pm

Applications for permits and point-of-sale inspections are available at
199 Ledge Rd. at Service Dept.





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Protecting Your Sewer Systems and Septic Tanks!

The best way to protect your sewer system or on-site septic tank system from clogs and costly repairs is to make sure that you don’t use your toilet as a trash can. The only safe non-human material to flush down the toilet is toilet paper because it is dispersible, meaning that it falls apart when moved around in water. READ MORE


Milkweeds For Monarchs

It is the time of year again when we start collecting milkweed pods full of ripe seeds to plant. The resulting milkweed plants will help the Monarch Butterflies and other species of pollinators survive next year. By planting and protecting Milkweed Stands along the Monarch migration route, we hope to conserve Monarch habitat and halt their recent decline in numbers. Monarch butterfly larvae feed exclusively on milkweeds and cannot survive without them. READ MORE


Autumn Leaves Are Falling.
"Leave" Them on Your Lawn for a Healthy Yard & Clean Water!

Autumn leaves are starting to fall and now is a good time to consider alternatives to dumping them in the street for pick-up. Even though your community may offer this service, you might want to consider the option of recycling those leaves on your own property, which is after all, Mother Nature's method of recycling. READ MORE



Soil Health Key Points

What's critical about soil health now?

1. World population is projected to increase from 7 billion in 2013 to more than 9 billion in 2050. To sustain this level of growth, food production will need to rise by 70 percent.


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