The City of Louisville is accepting applications for the position of City Manager

The City of Louisville and Louisville City Council seeks a visionary leader who is innovative and can effectively communicate with City Council, staff, business leaders, and citizens. The next City Manager must have extensive knowledge of public administration and local government knowledge. A master’s degree in public administration is required along with a minimum of seven years of managerial experience, preferably in municipal government. The preferred candidate will be highly skilled in the areas of public relations and communications and extremely knowledgeable in budget preparation and execution. General knowledge of water and sewer operations, police practices and fire operations are also necessary. Certification, or ability to obtain certification as an ICMA Credentialed Manager (ICMA-CM) is preferred. Pride in the community to keep the City in the direction for continual growth makes this position a vital and pivotal role.

City Manager application packet

City Manager Job Description

City Clean-Up Day Scheduled for Saturday June 1st 2024!

The City's Cleanup Day will be held on Saturday June 1st, 2024 from 8:00am-5:00pm at the Constitution Center (rear) located at 1022 W Main St. Proof of city residency is required. Please see flyer for more details!
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Proposed Fire Station Update

As you may have heard, the Louisville Fire Department is getting a new home! These images are an illustration of the proposed building to be built at 1010 South Chapel St. It will replace the existing fire station that has been in service since 1967 and no longer meets the operational or safety needs of the department. No new tax money is necessary for the construction of the building. We invite the public to contact the Fire Chief, the City Manager, or come to a council meeting with any questions. Louisville City Council meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month. City Hall Hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

Fire Chief Rod Bordner:   (330) 875-2663 ext. 219

Interim City Manager Andrew Turowski:    (330) 875-3321 ext. 201 


Seasonal Parks Openings


Up to 28 hours a week (May include Weekend/Holiday hours)

$10.45 - $15.14

 Positions Open Until Filled

 The City of Louisville is seeking 5 Seasonal Casual Labor employees to work in the Service Department, primarily Parks division. Duties are related to maintenance of the City’s parks, facilities, and properties; including but not limited to operation of a mower and other machinery; operation of small power tools and equipment; assist in vegetation and tree care; practice excellent customer service etiquette; utilize proper safety precautions; drive and maintain vehicles and lawn equipment.

Minimum qualifications: Must be 18 years of age. Qualified candidates must possess and maintain a valid Ohio Driver’s License and be capable of being insured by the City. Applicant must be able to have the physical ability to work outside and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.

The City of Louisville is an equal opportunity employer.

 To apply submit an Employment Application to HR, 215 South Mill Street, Louisville, OH 44641 or email to

City of Louisville Employment Application


2024 Yard Waste Site Details

The yard waste center located at 4915 N. Nickelplate will be opening for Louisville City and Nimishillen Township key card holders beginning April 1, 2024. Residents choosing to use the yard waste site will need to purchase key cards for $25. To purchase a key card, please visit the Nimishillen Township office on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday between 9:00 AM- 11:00 AM. Registration can also be completed at must agree to abide by the Rules and Terms approved by the Nimishillen Township Trustees as seen below.




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