Legal/Public Notices and Announcements

In the rare event that 9-1-1 lines are out of service, call 419-739-6565, which is a local call for New Bremen.

The Village of New Bremen Water Treatment Department has completed the monitoring cycle of the New Bremen public water supply for volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) as required by the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-81.

Upon completion of each VOC monitoring cycle, state regulations also require the owner or operator of a public water supply to notify its consumers of the availability of the VOC analytical results for the period tested. Persons wanting to review the VOC results should contact:

Greg Dennings, Superintendent of Water Treatment

P.O. Box 27
New Bremen, Ohio 45869
Phone: (419)629-3423
Email: water@newbremen.com

Branches and limbs will be collected at the curb on Mondays. No pickup will occur if any type of plastic material is mixed in.

If you have a large amount of material to be picked up, please call 419-629-2802 for assistance and arrangements will be made for a vehicle to be delivered for use. There is no charge for disposal.

Rapid entry boxes are required on properties that have alarms or medic alert alarms. This allows fire, emergency squad or police department personnel to enter the building without breaking a window or door. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the fire chief at 419-629-3101.

Contact the Fire Department

If you plan to dig, call 1-800-362-2764 to have your underground utilities located. The Village of New Bremen is a member of the Ohio Utilities Protection Service (OUPS), which you can reach by calling the toll free number shown above.

If your digging project includes construction of a structure, a building permit is required.

Permits and Forms 

New Bremen utilizes a siren system to warn residents in the event of a tornado. The sirens will only be activated when a tornado has been sighted near or approaching the Village of New Bremen. The sirens will not be turned on for tornado watches, only for actual sightings of tornadoes or extremely high winds that could cause harm.

Sightings are confirmed by the National Weather Service, any law enforcement or fire department agency in the New Bremen area.

When sirens sound, residents are advised to seek cover immediately. The sirens will be sounded continuously as long as there is danger. When there is no further known danger, the sirens will be turned off. The stopping of the sirens is to be understood as the “All Clear” signal to resume normal activities.

If you live near a siren and notice it is not activating during the weekly test, please report the faulty siren by calling the village office at 419-629-2447 or post a concern via the village website.

NOTE TO NEW RESIDENTS:  All New Bremen sirens are tested weekly at noon on Saturdays.

CENSUS 2020

FAQ Sheet

Once a decade, America comes together to count everyone living in the United States, raising national awareness of the decennial census and its invaluable statistics. The decennial census was first conducted in 1790, as mandated by the Constitution.

Data from the census provide the basis for distributing more than $675 billion in federal funds annually to communities across the country to support vital programs—impacting housing, education, transportation, employment, health care, and public policy. They also are used to redraw the boundaries of congressional and state legislative districts and accurately determine the number of congressional seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Beginning mid-March, people will receive a notice in the mail to complete the 2020 Census. Once you receive it, you can respond online. In May, the U.S. Census Bureau will begin following up in person with households that haven’t responded to the census.

The Census Bureau will never ask for a Social Security number, bank or credit card account number, money or donations, or anything on behalf of a political party.

sources: census.gov; 2020 Census Toolkit for State and Local Officials

Periodically, the Village of New Bremen will be selling various items that are no longer needed or used in daily operations.  These items will be posted at https://www.govdeals.com/villageofnewbremen
To bid on items you will be asked to create a user name and password on the website.

If you have questions regarding the items posted by the Village of New Bremen, please contact matt.lefeld@newbremen.com

Sealed Bids for the S.R. 274 Turn Lane Improvements will be received by the Village of New Bremen at the Village Council Chambers, 214 N. Washington Street, New Bremen, Ohio 45869, until Monday, April 13, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. local time, at which time bids received will be publicly opened and read.

In general, the project consists of the installation of turn lanes on SR 274 (Monroe Street) for an Industrial Area Building Expansion within the Village of New Bremen.

Bidding Documents

Project Drawings/Plans

Bid Form

It is important to note that according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the risk to the general public in most communities is currently considered low. As of Wednesday, March 4th there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio.

Local health districts have been participating in planning and exercises for pandemic preparedness.

For accurate, up-to-date information, refer to these resources:

• You can access coronavirus.ohio.gov for constantly-updated information and guidance.

• Read the most accurate information on COVID-19 in this fact sheet from the federal CDC

Coronavirus prevention measures

LAST UPDATE:  Tuesday, March 24th @ 1:45pm

17 West is available for carry outs, delivery is available within New Bremen, $10 minimum order. Please call 419-629-3800. Hours of operation are Monday – Friday (11am to 7pm) and Saturday (4pm-7pm).  Check out their menu at www.17west.com

American Legion Post 241 — The American Legion will be open for carry out from 5:30pm – 9:00pm. Call 419-629-2357.

Bolly’s Restaurant will be open for carryout and will deliver in the New Bremen area. Hours are 8 am to 8 pm for carryout, delivery times will be 10am to 2pm and 4pm to 8pm. Phone number is 419-629-9644. There will be a $10.00 minimum order for delivery.

Casa Lupita will continue to operate under regular hours for carry-out services only. A menu is available on their website at www.casalupita.com.  Free delivery with a $15 minimum purchase (New Bremen, Minster, Chickasaw, New Knoxville, Maria Stein and Fort Loramie). Open Sunday-Thursday 11am-8pm, Friday & Saturday 11am-9pm 419-629-3120

Dairy Queen – New Bremen will offer drive-thru only service. If you’d like to place a large pick up order to have ready you can call 419-977-2916 (New Bremen), expect to order 15-30 minutes prior to pick up time to allow us the necessary time to prepare your items. As an added caution one cashier will be collecting your money while someone else will be preparing your food or I/C. Current hours are 10 AM to 10 PM (Sunday-Thursday) and 10 AM to 11 PM (Saturday-Sunday).

Gongoozler’s Brewery will be CLOSED until further notice.  However, growler refills are available at the following times:  Friday (5pm-7pm), Saturday (1pm-3pm) and Sunday (1pm-3pm)

Hog Wild Barbecue is accepting orders over the phone and pick-up inside or at the drive-thru window (Tuesday thru Saturday). Daily specials and heat and serve meals are available. A menu of options is available on their website.  Call 419-977-2240

Holy Smokes and Barbeque — Operations are temporarily suspended. To be added to a future smoked meat order, call 614-579-4955.

New Bremen Coffee Company will continue operations with carry-out services only. This includes all products (drinks, food, etc). Only disposable cups will be used. Please leave your travel mugs at home for the time being. Online ordering and payment is encouraged to reduce contact between employees and customers. A full menu is offered online and can be paid for by credit card via pay pal. The $.50 convenience fee will be waived at checkout. Delivery services are available, in town delivery will be free with a minimum of a $5 purchase. Out of town orders will have a $3 delivery fee with a minimum of a $10 purchase. Orders need to be paid for in advance either online or over the phone via credit card. Hours are M-F 6:30am-3pm and Sat 8am-1pm Call 419-629-8009

Pizza Hut in New Bremen (and all Auglaize & Mercer Counties Pizza Hut locations) are open regular hours for carry-out and delivery.  Online orders can be placed at www.pizzahut.com.

Speedway Lanes will be offering carry-out services from 9am-7pm (Monday-Thursday), 9am-9pm (Friday) and 11am-9pm (Saturday & Sunday) Food orders may be called in starting at 9am.  Lunch delivery service will begin at 11am.  No ‘at bar’ waiting allowed.  Beer is available for carry-out.  Their menu is available at https://speedwaylanes.com.

Wendy’s drive-thru is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner

*this is not an all-inclusive list of New Bremen restaurants.

LAST UPDATE:  7:30 am Monday, March 30th

Alt Space is available during normal business hours, but available to members only (no guests unless absolutely necessary). https://altco.space

Auglaize-Mercer Family YMCA South Branch — *FACILITY CLOSED*  However, it is important to stay focused on your health and fitness goals even in this time of social distancing. The Auglaize-Mercer Family YMCA is proud to announce, in partnership with YMCA of Greater Dayton, they are offering something to keep you moving and motivated at home!  Click the link for more information! https://amymca.org/virtual-ymca/.  In addition, Silver Sneakers members have access to a wide variety of on-demand workouts that can be done from home. Visit https://www.silversneakers.com/learn/ondemand/ for more info and to sign up!

Auglaize-Mercer Family YMCA Learning Center (located at the Pioneer Professional Center) — The YMCA New Bremen Learning Center will be operating as a state-approved Pandemic Child Care Center to help all emergency essential personnel with their childcare needs. Please visit http://jfs.ohio.gov/cdc/CoronavirusAndChildcareForFamilies/ for more information on who is considered essential, to view the list of approved sites, and more resources for families during this time.  If you have ANY questions please email tonip@amymca.org

The Bicycle Museum of America *CLOSED*

The Crown Store – *CLOSED* offering online ordering at https://crownstore.crown.com/

The Cornerstone ShopCLOSED

Dollar General  — Senior citizens and those at-risk will have priority shopping the first open hour (8am-9am), the store will close one hour early (9pm)

Faith Alliance Church is available to help families in need. Whether that be with delivering food or groceries, possibly offering childcare, having someone to pray or talk with, or to help with financial concerns. Families in need may contact the church office with any needs that surface.  The church will handle them on a case by case basis. email trent@faith-alliance.org or call 419-629-3688.

Gilberg Furniture *CLOSED*

Hair House*CLOSED*

Hair Loft*CLOSED*

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church — all public masses are cancelled through Easter Sunday

Lather*CLOSED*

Library (New Bremen-Auglaize County) — *Closed* All library card holders now have access to library online resources regardless of fines on your account. If you do NOT have a library card, please check their website and Facebook page for more information about a new eCard becoming available later this week. https://www.auglaizelibraries.org

Lock One Theater*CLOSED*

New Bremen Massage Clinic’s  Massage appointments are NOT available until further notice. Items from the alternative health store are available for arranged pickup and delivery. For more information, please check out their Facebook page or call 419-629-2717.

Paul Chiropractic and Health Center is *OPEN*, to schedule an appointment call 419-629-4500.

Pilates For Life*CLOSED*   Offering short (15 to 20 minute workout) videos online at no-charge! If you’re not a current client and would like to access the videos, please text 937.726.8831 or email K.geis77@gmail.com.  If you’d like a video tailored specifically to you and your abilities contact Katie to discuss. Ideas with props could be: mini ball, circle, foam rolls. Specific modifications available: no kneeling … safe for scoliosis… more standing and balance… for the athlete… post-partum easing back into exercise …stretching…etc.

Platinum Auto Group — will be open for business to keep your vehicle operating in top form. In order to comply with recent social distancing standards, we are also implementing new safety procedures. We are asking all customers to use the service entrance on the south side of the building. We request that all  sales customers please call ahead to schedule an appointment with a member of our sales team. This will help to limit the number of people in our showroom. Finally, we ask that if you are feeling ill or have been in contact with someone who is sick, please do not come in. This is so we can preserve the health of our employees and their families

Rindler Automotive — Auto repairs is considered to be an “essential business’ under the State Order.  Therefore Rindler Automotive will continue regular business hours.  Protocols are in place for disinfecting and sanitizing.

Schwieterman Pharmacy is operating under regular hours, customers are encouraged to call in your refills a day or two in advance, so they are ready for pick-up when needed. Controlled substances will be held until the date they are due. If you wish to have a text or phone notification for pick-up, notify the staff. Temporary NEW Store Hours:  Sunday: 10am-2pm, Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-3pm.

St. Paul’s Church & Blessing Pantry
St. Paul will be open Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to noon and again 1:00-3:00 p.m. All doors will remain locked except for the East door to the Education Building.   The Blessing Pantry remains open during office hours AND entry by way of the East doors. If someone needs to access the Blessing Pantry after hours, leave a message on the church answering machine: 419-629-2502.

The Pie Shell – The Pie Shell store front location will be closed until further notice. All 3 Wagner’s IGA locations will be stocked with The Pie Shell homemade desserts. Just a reminder gift certificates from The Pie Shell are only valid at The Pie Shell, not at Wagner’s IGA.

Topsy Turvy Toys —  On their Facebook page, Topsy Turvy Toys will be posting information for ordering Easter baskets. You can order from Topsy Turvy Toys, but the next pick up date will tentatively be April 6.

Wagner’s IGA —  Monday thru Thursday each week from 7 am to 8 am will be reserved for shoppers age 65 and over as well as customers who are immunosuppressed.  Wagner’s IGA will close at 9 pm each day to allow time for stocking and extra attention to cleaning high touch point areas in the stores. In order to help maintain social distance, please shop alone.  Wagners IGA is also offering pickup services for ages 65 and over.  For more information, check out this document.

*this is not an all-inclusive list of New Bremen retailers & organizations.  If your New Bremen business is not listed, but you would like it to be, send an email to cic@newbremen.com or tag New Bremen CIC in your Facebook post.

**A list of restaurants can be found under STATUS of New Bremen restaurants and brewery during COVID-19 pandemic

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