Health & Public Safety

Door Check Program
Several nights each week the village’s police officers perform door checks of all the businesses in town to ensure that they are
secure. If a business is found unlocked the officer will investigate first if a break-in has occurred then will contact the business
operator to inform him or her of the situation.
Street Lights
Street lights deter crime. Knowing this the village maintains approximately 237 street lights at an annual cost exceeding
$25,000.00. In addition the lights improve traffic safety and create a welcoming atmosphere.
Fire Protection
McConnelsville has excellent fire protection which is reflected in an Insurance Service Organization rate of 3. The I.S.O. 3 rating
places the village in the top 8% of all Ohio communities. The village has 111 fire hydrants in service and has more than one
million gallons of water in storage to fight fires.
Fire service is provided by the volunteer M & M Fire Department. The village supports the fire department financially through a
voter approved fire levy. The fire levy generates approximately $25,000.00 of revenue all of which is transferred to the fire
County Health Department
The village transfers approximately $12,000 annually to the Morgan County Health Department to support the health
departments various programs. These programs include food service inspections and licensing, immunizations, child wellness,
private septic system inspections, and distribution of preventative health information.
Village of McConnelsville
9 West Main Street
McConnelsville, Ohio 43756

This site owned and maintained by the Village of McConnelsville
John W. Finley, Mayor
Present River Level
Predicted River Level
OFFICE: 740.962.3163
FAX: 740.962.6127

7:30AM - 5:00PM
Ebola Information
Village of McConnelsville
Health & Public Safety
Top Safety Locations
Buckeye Hills RTPO staff has completed an initial listing of top
priority crash locations (intersections) in the region. In order
to provide information for as many areas as possible, the
listing has been split in to two categories; all areas (including
municipalities) and non-municipal areas.  The listings indicate
the top five intersections for both categories in each county.

Additional priority safety information on priority segments and
corridors is being developed with ODOT staff and in
compliance with HSM Part B – Prioritization Methodology.
Check back frequently for updates.

Buckeye Hills RTPO has also created a 2009-2013 regional
crash facts document which highlights important information
about recorded crash incidents for the entire region, and in
each member county. The document is available to preview