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Our Community Site

The Village of Rushville Ohio is proud to welcome you to our community. Please browse our site for the latest news and updates from our village. We invite you to take part in local events, activities and more!

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Services Available to the Community

The Village of Rushville has a collection of online resources and useful tools available to the greater community. It’s easy to find what you’re looking for here, no matter your interest. Check out our list below, and please contact us with any questions.


Online Bill Pay

Pay your Rushville Water & Sewer Bill ==>  HERE

(Note: You will need your Web PIN number from your printed bill to use online payments.)

You can also set up automatic bill pay. Details are ==> HERE








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There’s always something new happening in Rushville and we want to spread the word. Check out the latest news below, and don’t forget to check back often for updates. You can even sign up and have them sent directly to your inbox.



See our Blog page for more news and information

Special Announcement 

The Winegardner Chapel will be auctioned by the Village of Rushville on Wednesday May 22nd, 2024 at 5PM. See here for more details. 

Call 740-536-9350 for any maintenance needs. This number is monitored 24/7 and issues will be addressed within a few hours if an emergency and 24 hours if regular maintenance is needed.

Online Bill Pay Is Live!

Pay your Rushville Water & Sewer Bill ==>  HERE

Important Water Bill Pay Info: HERE

Our new billing system is now up and running. With this system, you will be able to pay your utility bills on our website. You will be able to pay with a credit or debit card with a 3% fee.  You can also set up automatic payments from your checking account with no fee.  There will be an insert in your October bill with more instructions for paying online.


July 11th, 2024

Upcoming Village Council meeting scheduled for Thursday July 11th, 2024 @ 6:00PM at the Rushville Municipal Building. 

Note: The Village Of Rushville Council meets the second Thursday of the month at 6PM at Rushville Municipal Building.


May 2024 Meeting minutes 



See the Village Blog for more news and announcements!


Rushville Alley Paving

Paving begins Tuesday September 5th, 2023 and will continue for 3 weeks. We ask for your patience and please drive responsibly, as we want everyone to be safe.

Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report


Read report HERE

Village of Rushville Water Department

(740) 536-9350



"We celebrate the past to awaken the future"

Founded by Joseph Turner in 1808, Rushville is one of the earliest settlements in Fairfield County and stands along the original Zane's Trace road constructed by Colonel Ebenezer Zane in 1797. Zane's Trace ran from Wheeling, WV to Maysville, KY and was the first road into Ohio and lead to the establishment of the first towns in the interior of the state. Because of its location along this route Rushville became a successful commercial area which featured several inns, taverns, and merchant shops. Rushville was also a stop on the Underground Railroad in the years preceding the Civil War. Several prominent abolitionists lived in the village including Dr. Simon Hyde, the Rev. William Hanby and his son, composer Benjamin Hanby.

Much of the Village of Rushville was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 as the Rushville National Historic District.  

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