Final agreement documentation has been submitted to ODNR for the New Bremen Bike Path Capital Improvement Project. This project was part of House Bill 529 for the 2019-2020 State Capital Budget Bill, with re-appropriation funding approved for the current biennium. Thank you to Senator Matt Huffman and Representative Susan Manchester for their support on this… Read more »
The Village website is mobile friendly? If you click on ‘Menu’, listed under the New Bremen logo, the same 5 menu topics appear as on a desktop. Also, if you scroll down (on your phone), you will see many other quick accessibility features.
At a special meeting held Thursday night November 12th, the New Bremen Village Council hired Brent Richter as the new Village Administrator. Richter, who resigned as a New Bremen Village Council Member on October 26th, will replace current Village Administrator Chris Dicke, who is retiring at the end of the year. Richter was formally employed… Read more »
The following commonly used forms have recently been posted on the Village website. — Police Complaint Report — Unoccupied Home Report (form to be completed if a resident will be out of town for an extended period of time and would like the NBPD to look after their home during routine patrol)
ANNUAL FUNDRAISER – The Auxiliary is selling dried beef cheese balls for $7.50 each. The order deadline is November 11th with the pickup date Thursday, November 19th from 6pm-8pm in the Legion Canteen. To place an order: forms are available in the Legion Canteen or call Joan Homan 419-305-5836, Jackie Love 419-305-0619 or Dot Schwartz… Read more »
Road crews will be working throughout this week to get pavement work completed at the traffic signals. Monroe Street may be closed between Walnut and Franklin streets. Washington street may be closed between Front and First streets. Pavement will be milled on Wednesday, asphalt paving on Thursday and marking pavement on Friday. The closure area… Read more »
Officer Newbauer has been on the department since 2017 and is a graduate of New Bremen High School.
In the fall of 1990, Ginny Winner opened the hair salon Hair Performers in the Pioneer Professional Center. Ginny continued ownership and operation of the salon until 2012, when Brooke Wente purchased the business. In 2016, Brooke utilized New Bremen’s R/C Transition Zoning with the purchase of 406 S. Washington Street. In 2017, after a… Read more »
Through the Coronavirus Relief Fund Local Government Assistance Program, the Village of New Bremen was able to offer small business grants to our local businesses. Some of the criteria for eligibility included: — revenue decline of 10% or more as a result of COVID-19 since March 15th, 2020 — located within the corporation limits of… Read more »
Early Voting is underway thru November 2nd. Auglaize County Board of Elections has posted early voting hours for the upcoming General Election. For dates and times, check out this weblink.