A Rich Agricultural History
Scenic Graceland Walking Path
Lake Loramie State Park
The Historical ‘Big Four Bridge’
Shelby County is located in the heartland of Ohio. Established in 1819, our county is 420 square-miles of agriculture and industry, providing a stable economy. With eight incorporated villages and 14 townships, Shelby County is known for its close-knit communities, solid work ethic and a “together we can” attitude that brings private industry and government together regularly to accomplish any task at hand. Our area boasts the safety and comfort of living in a smaller community, but provides easy access to larger cities and all of their amenities.
ODJFS to Offer Free Credit Monitoring to Victims of Unemployment-Related ID Theft
Individuals who reported being the victim of such identity theft will be eligible for one year of credit monitoring at no charge. Those who believe they were victims, but have not yet reported it, can do so at unemployment.ohio.gov or by calling (833) 658-0394. The services include identity theft monitoring, restoration, and insurance.
In order to be eligible for the free credit monitoring service, individuals must complete the ID Theft Portal Fraud Form at Identity Theft | Ohio Unemployment Benefits Help no later than May 22, 2022. The deadline to register for identity protection services is June 25, 2022.
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Shelby County Recycling Center
1600 Riverside Dr (E St Rte 47), Sidney, Ohio
8-26-2020-NCO-Gen-Fee-Abolishment-Notice and Resolution
EWaste Accepted by Appointment ONLY
Call – 1-800-553-6763 Ext. 20
Call for current fees on items.
Computer Monitors & Televison – $0.60 a Pound
What is Accepted
Computers – Computer Components – Laptops
Fax Machines – Scanners – Printers – Copiers – Ink Cartridges
Monitors – TVs(NO Big Screen/Projection TVs)
Cell Phones – Telephones
Calculators – Typewriters – Cameras
VHS & DVD Players – Stereo Equipment
Microwaves – Vacuum Cleaners
Wires – Cords – Cables – A/C Adapters
What is Ohio Early Intervention? It is a statewide system that provides coordinated services to parents of infants and toddlers with disabilities or developmental delays in Ohio. Parents and caregivers with concerns regarding their child’s development can have their infant or toddler (children age 0 to 3) evaluated by an interdisciplinary team at absolutely no cost to the family. Call (937) 498-2185 if you have concerns about your child’s development.
Fair Housing Complaint Contact:
Angela Hamberg, Executive Director
Shelby County Regional Planning Commission
129 E. Court St., 2nd Flr., Sidney, OH 45365
PH: 937-498-7273 DL: 937-658-6616 FX: 937-498-1293 (shared w/Commissioners)
Shelby County Building Department
City of Sidney Municipal Building
201 W. Poplar Street
2nd Floor Sidney, Ohio 45365
Phone: (937) 658-6220
Fax: (937) 658-6240 Office
Hours: 7:30am to 4:00pm
Emergency Mass Notification System
Shelby County emergency officials are proud to offer a life-saving capability to county residents and workers with our mass notification system, which is used to alert citizens of public safety threats:
For those who sign up, the emergency alert system can provide rapid notification of hazardous and urgent situations using a mix of telephone calls, text and email messages, and TTY/TDD service for the hearing impaired.