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Rich in History

The Village of Fort Recovery is so rich in history that we have many travel from all over just to see the many historical features we hold! Our small, quiet town was the center of two main battles between the Native Americans and the Whites. <<Read More>>


Rich in Residents

The residents we've attracted to our area are friendly and helpful. No matter where you turn, you'll sure to see a smile and a wave! Many of our residents take an interactive role into the many events and organizations that make up our community. To learn more about becoming a Fort Recovery resident, <<Click Here>>

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Ad for Bids - Sharpsburg Rd Utility Extension

Sealed Bids for the Sharpsburg Rd. Utility Extension will be received by the Village of Fort Recovery at the Village Hall, 201 S. Main Street, Fort Recovery, Ohio 45846, until Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. local time, at which time bids received will be publicly opened and read.


Ad for Bids - Farmground Lease

The Village of Fort Recovery is accepting bids for the lease of thirteen (13) acres of tillable farm ground located directly south of the Village’s lagoons and east of First Street. The lease will run for three (3) years (from January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2019) with the Village’s option to extend the lease for an additional two (2) years (until December 31, 2021). Bids will be accepted until Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 11:00 AM. To obtain a bid packet and additional information, please contact Randy Diller at 201 S. Main St., Fort Recovery, Ohio 45846; rdiller@fortrecovery.org; (419) 375-1056.



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