Election Update from the Fulton Co. Board of Elections, published Mar 26:

Absentee Voting Update for March 17/April 28 Primary Election

Yesterday, March 25th, the Ohio Legislature convened in order to set out the procedure for concluding the March 17th Primary Election, among other pandemic-specific measures. Both houses of the legislature passed HB197, which will be signed by Governor DeWine later today. This bill sets the conclusion of this primary election as April 28th, as opposed to the June 2nd date that Secretary of State LaRose had proposed. This election will be conducted by mail, with no in-person voting occurring. This new date means that all absentee applications must be received by noon on April 25th in order for a ballot to be mailed. All absentee ballots must be deposited in our drop box by 7:30pm on April 28th or postmarked by April 27th and received by mail by May 8th.

Vote by Mail Only

Download Fulton Co's PDF to "Request a Mail-in Ballot"→ Absentee Application

Read the full article on the Fulton Co. Board of Elections website- "Absentee Voting Update for March 17/April 28 Primary Election"

Deadline to deliver your Ballot Request

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Download "Request a Ballot" bit.ly/OHBallotRequest

Print and deliver either snail-mail or to their building in Wauseon, at their Drop-off.

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Due to current public health concerns:

1. Pavilion Rental "cancellations/reschedulings" no longer need a "30-day" notice as a full refund requirement. If you have questions about Pavilion Rental Cancellations please contact the Park Treasurer.

2. All Ohio Public Playgrounds are officially closed (by Governor's Order). While the Pettisville Park remains open, for walking and general exercise, please do not allow children to use the Playground Equipment.

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This link will take you to Gov. DeWine's "Stay at Home Order" published Sun 3/22/20→ https://bit.ly/2vDzM02

Triangular Processing- Fulton Co. Recycling


Triangular Processing revised their "scaled-back" notification (posted 3/15) to now being completely "shut-down" starting March 18 until further notice (read their FB post below).

All recycling locations in Fulton County, (Wauseon, Swan Creek, Pettisville, Metemora, Lyons, Archbold, and Fayette), will be shut down starting March 18th. There will be no cardboard trailers available and all recycling will be suspended until further notice. Please do not take your recycling to these locations and set them on the ground. Once we are cleared by local health officials, all recycling and locations will be back up and running as normal. Thank you for your understanding and patience through this difficult time.

Note- Pettisville's Recycling Collection facility will be affected by these changes at the County level.

Please help our FFA and FFA Alumni keep Pettisville's recycling collection area organized by postponing drop-off of your items until “the flow” is back in balance again.

Please don't drop off Recycling items at the Pettisville facility until further notice

We will let you know as soon as our facility Re-Opens.

2020 Pettisville Park Board Volunteers

Gabe Jaramillo- President
Lori Stuber- Vice President
Katie Jimenez- Secretary
Jeff Lugbill
Todd Sterken
Members elected at the end of 2019:
Nate Fox
Kaitlin Pursel