The Village of Poland

"Proud Past, Promising Future"

The Village of Poland is located within the northwestern portion of Poland Township. The 2010 census set the population of the Village at 2,555. Poland Village was incorporated on August 7, 1866, its form of government being established by the Ohio Revised Code. The Village is governed by the Mayor, six members of council. Public officials are elected for four-year terms. The Fiscal Officer, Solicitor, Street Commissioner, Police Chief (Village Marshall), Street Tree Commissioner, Zoning Administrator, and the eight boards which involve citizens are appointed by the Mayor with the consent of Council. The Engineer is hired on a contractual basis by council.

Poland Village Council meets on the first and third Tuesdays of September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, and May as well as the third Tuesdays of June, July, and August at 7:30 pm. at the Village Town Hall, 308 South Main Street.

One of the most challenging areas for local government is that of zoning. A comprehensive zoning plan was adopted by council in 1978. Zoning issues are considered by the Planning Commission, Design Review Board, Exterior Maintenance Board, and the board of Zoning Appeals. These boards all involve citizens in addition to a member of council.

The Forest Board, which oversees the Poland Municipal Forest, the Hine Memorial Board, which oversees the Village Green and Church Cemetery also involve citizen volunteers in conjunction with a member of council.

Poland Town Hall Marker


Free Firewood is available at the College Street entrance to the Poland Municipal Forest.

Group Home Statement

The Mauthe Bridge is closed to pedestrian traffic until further notice.

All BLUPR Meetings have been changed from 6:30PM to 6:45PM

All Forest Board Meetings have been changed from 7:30PM to 7:00PM

Leaf Pickup will begin during the week of October 20th, 2019. Leaves must be placed in resident's front yards near the curb. Leaves must be kept off of the street! The Village will not pick up grass clippings, branches, and other debris.

The Mahoning County Engineers' sanitary sewer lining project by-pass has begun. This project is expected to be completed in about 3 weeks and will likely impact residents on Cortland Street.

Trick-or-Treat is scheduled for Thursday, October 31st, 2019 from 5:00PM - 7:00PM

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The Senior Watch Program is Available


2019 Street Resurfacing Program

Edna St. - Marion to Evergreen

Evergreen Dr. - Edna to Diana

Cortland St. - SR 170 to Lee

Lee - College to Cortland

Elm St. - College to back of Middle School

Annual Resurfacing Project Costs


Total Project Cost - $176,973.00
Village Share - $ 117,360.82
State Share - $ 59,612.18