Village Council will hold a public meeting Tuesday January 18, 2022.   Caucus starts at 7 pm.  Meeting will follow at 7:30 pm.  

Village Council holds meetings the first and third Tuesday of every month, except during June, July and August.  The June, July, and August meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month.

If you would like an agenda or have questions of meeting times, feel free to call the Poland Village Administration office at 330-757-2112.  

The Village of Poland 2021 Strategic Plan

The Village of Poland is continuing to develop a village-wide Strategic Plan. Draft recommendations have been developed and grouped into four themes: Vibrant Town Center, Connections, Placemaking, and Future Land Use. The Village is encouraging feedback on these recommendation from residents to shape the future of Poland.

  1. Read the final plan and attachments:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Update/Response:

Citizens of Poland Village, we find ourselves as Ohioans and as a nation at risk of a pandemic the likes of which none of us have seen in our lifetimes. We will continue to keep you informed to the best of our abilities through these very trying times and we will ultimately get through this together as a community.

At this time Poland Village Hall, located at 308 S Main St. Poland, OH 44514, will be closed to the public effective Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 until further notice. Village staff will still be expected to report to work and the office administration will be expected to answer phone calls and emails during normal operating hours. The Violations Bureau will now be implementing a 30-day payment extension. Payments will be accepted over the phone with a credit card or certified checks and money orders may be mailed via the U.S. postal service. Any questions regarding impounded vehicles should be directed to the police non-emergency phone number. Arrangements can be made for the release of vehicles with advanced payment via credit card or certified check. Signage will be posted on the building entrance indicating these changes. The Street Department has been instructed to clean and sanitize Village Hall as much as possible in the coming days. Other options will also be explored in terms of doing a more elaborate deep clean of the facility.

Village Council’s special meeting that is scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th, at 7:00PM will still go on as planned at Village Hall. Social distancing accommodations will be made. Village officials will begin to pursue other means of telecommunication or streaming for future regularly scheduled and special meetings of Council in accordance with state and federal orders and laws.

The Mayor will establish an Emergency Preparedness Team to collect up-to-date, factual information and formulate response options to the ever-changing situations regarding this virus and its impact on the health and safety of our Village staff and our community. The team will be comprised of Mayor Sicafuse, Police Chief Russ Beatty, Fire Chief Chip Comstock, Solicitor Jay Macejko, President of Council J. Michael Thompson, and Councilman Anthony Lattanzio.

The police department will continue daily operations. A search is now underway to obtain additional safety equipment for officers. All police reports will be taken over the department’s non-emergency number. Citizens should still use 9-1-1 for emergencies.

The Village website and social media platforms will be utilized to keep the public as up to date as possible regarding CDC guidelines and best practices, as well as changing local, state, and federal policies.

We will get through this together as a community. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit or call the coronavirus hotline at 1-833-427-5634.

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


BLUPR will meet at 5:45 on Tuesday 1-18-2022 at Poland Village Town Hall.

The Village of Poland is proposing to upgrade the traffic signals at several intersections within the Village.

Read the Press Release
Project Overview

Response to comments 1-8-2021

Municipal Forest Restoration Study

Dominion Energy along with their contractor, EnviroScience, will be installing a new line across Yellow Creek just south of Village Hall on September 20 through September 22, 2021 as part of their infrastructure upgrade. This will involve temporarily damming and rerouting Yellow Creek around the work area. All permits have been obtained and the work is being closely monitored by the Mahoning Soil and Water Conservation District to minimize impact on Yellow Creek and ensure environmental compliance.

Group Home Statement

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

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The Senior Watch Program is Available


2020 Street Resurfacing Program

Ohio Avenue
Nesbitt Street
Alverne Drive
Riverside Drive

Annual Resurfacing Project Costs


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