to the Village of Anna
The Village of Anna is set in beautiful rural
Shelby County, Ohio and is located along the I-75 corridor.
The population of the village was 1,567 at the 2010 census.
You'll find quality housing, an outstanding
school system, thriving businesses, excellent public park
and recreational facility, a strong religious foundation and
a feeling of community that very few places can boast of.
We are proud that many young people choose to raise their
families here because of the quality of life inherent in the
here to see an Ariel view of the Village of Anna.
Anna is probably best known for its excellent school
system. Anna produces outstanding students
who excel both academically and athletically. Our school system
has received an excellent rating for several years. The
high school and middle school, located close to the center
of the village are complimented by a state of the art elementary
school in the north end of town. We invite you to explore
Local Schools and learn more about the quality education
we have to offer.
You'll find that there are exciting opportunities to work,
or start a business here. The Village of Anna and the surrounding
communities support a wide variety of businesses and industries
employing local residents.
Anna is also home to the Honda of America
Manufacturing Plant that produces engines and other components
for a range of Honda vehicles. The engine plant employs approximately
2,500 and is within 2 miles of the Village corporation.
PARKS & RECREATION
The Village of Anna boasts a wonderful and well-kept park
facility. The park features a great playground for kids,
restroom facilities, tennis courts, a volleyball/badminton
net, soccer fields, horseshoe pits, a walking path (a little
over a 1/2 mile), open grassy areas for recreational activities
and two shelter houses equipped with electric and picnic tables.
The Village is known for its annual Anna Homecoming Festival,
which is held in June. This fun-filled
festival is sponsored by the Anna Civic Association and provides
activities and entertainment for all ages. Enjoy a parade,
cruise-in car show, Queen and Little Miss pageants, rides
and games, just to name a few. Plus, local bands play music
throughout the festivals, and there is always plenty of food
to satisfy everyone’s palate! Visit the news/events
page for more information.
The Village of Anna was built on a strong religious foundation.
That foundation is evident as you notice the five vibrant
churches located in the community. The St. Jacobs Lutheran
Church and the Anna United Methodist Churches are located
within the Village limits. Outside the Village limits, you'll
find the Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in nearby McCartyville,
the Immanuel United Church of Christ in Kettlersville and
the Anna Church of Christ to the Southwest of the Village.
All three of these churches are located within the Anna School
Consumer Confidence Report
Snow & Ice Removal Policy
During snow/ice events of two inches or more, vehicles must be moved to allow for plowing of streets for the safety of residents and others traveling within the Village limits. On the even number day of the month, vehicles may be parked on the side of the street where building addresses end in an even number, and on the odd numbered days, the odd side, where parking is lawfully allowed, until the snow is removed. In this way, within two days the whole street will be plowed all the way to the curb. Once plowed, vehicles may park on either side. Upon the first violation of this section, the owner will receive a warning. Upon a second violation, he or she will receive a parking ticket, and upon a third violation, the vehicle will be towed at the owner's expense.
Property owners are responsible for clearing all snow and ice from sidewalks adjacent to their property within 48 hours of the end of snowfall or precipitation. The Public Works Department suggests that residents wait until the Village plows have pushed back snow to the curb line before clearing the sidewalk areas. This generally happens after snow has stopped. It is against the law to plow snow from driveways and walkways onto the road. Remember, residents/property owners are also responsible for their snow removal contractor's actions. Residents should also keep in mind that snow plows are designed to remove snow from the roadway to the edge of the road. It is likely that the plow will leave behind a window of snow in front of driveways. Residents are responsible for removing this snow.
Ordinance 1545-09 prohibits snow to be placed on any public street/highway in such a manner as to impede or inconvenience travel on any roadway. Residents or private contractors will also be responsible for any curb damage done as a result of plowing snow across roadways.
An emergency mass notification alert system
is available for all Shelby County residents and workers to
provide rapid notification about local emergencies, hazards
and other threats using a mix of telephone calls, text and
email messages, and TTY/TDD service for the hearing impaired.
This service will be used primarily for alerts in regards
to public safety, weather, environmental hazards, criminal
activity and missing persons.
To register, please call 937.492.5636
or sign up online:
COUNTY EMERGENCY MASS NOTIFICATION SYSTEM