Public Notices and Advisories



BIDS DUE: February 1, 2021 at 3:00PM Local Time

PROJECT TITLE: Rossford Safety Study Improvements 2021 PID 112132

PROJECT LOCATION: State Route 65 City of Rossford – Superior Street – Rossway to Elm St.

OWNER: City of Rossford, 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460

Phone: 419-666-0210   Fax: 419-661-4279

Engineer: The Mannik & Smith Group, 1800 Indian Wood Circle Maumee, Ohio 43457

Phone: 419-891-2222   Fax: 419-891-1595


  1. The City of Rossford will receive sealed bids for the Rossford Safety Study Improvements 2021 PID 112132 at the City of Rossford Municipal Building, 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460, until 3:00 p.m. local time, Monday, February 1, 2021. The work consists of the construction of Crosswalks, Pedestrian Ramps, bump out, sign and sign supports, guardrail replacement and pavement markings and work associated with these improvements.
  2. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the City of Rossford Municipal Building, 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460, immediately upon closing of the receipt of bids.
  3. Bidders must submit a standard bid based on a completion date of July 16, 2021. The lowest and best bid will be the awarded the contract, the Engineer’s Estimate of most probable cost for the project is $182,099.50.
  4. Bidding Documents will be available after 10:00 a.m. on Monday January 4, 2021. A pre bid meeting will be held at the Rossford Municipal building on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 1:00pm.
  5. Bidding Documents may be obtained at the City of Rossford Municipal Building, 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460, or The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc., 1800 Indian Wood Circle, Maumee, Ohio 43537.
  6. Bid security in the form of a Bid Bond in an amount equal to 10% of the contract total bid sum, and payable to the City of Rossford will be required of all Bidders.
  7. Performance Bond and Payment Bond, equal to the amount of the Contract, will be required of the bidder awarded the Contract
  1. Bidders must comply with the regulatory and licensing requirements of the State of Ohio.
  2. Bidders must comply with ODOT’s LPA Template (ODOT Spec Book and LPA Spec Book) Required Contract Provisions.
  3. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of 60 days after the opening of bids.
  4. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids, select any or all projects, and to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid.
  5. The Contractor affirmatively represents to the local contracting authority that it is not subject to a finding for recovery under Ohio Revised Code §9.24, or that it has taken the appropriate remedial steps required under §9.24 or otherwise qualifies under that section. The Contractor agrees that if this representation is deemed to be false, the contract shall be void and initio as between the parties to this contract, and any funds paid by the state hereunder shall be immediately repaid to the local contracting authority, or an action for recovery may be immediately commenced by the local government and/or for recovery of said funds.
  6. The Contractor must secure and maintain valid Ohio workers’ compensation coverage until the project has been finally accepted by the local contracting authority. A certificate of coverage evidencing valid workers’ compensation coverage must be submitted to the local contracting authority before the contract is executed.
    The failure to maintain valid workers’ compensation coverage shall be considered a breach of contract which may result in the Contractor or subcontractor being removed from the project, withholding of pay and/or termination of the contract.
  7. In accordance with Ohio Revised Code §153.03 and during the life of this project, the Contractor and all its Subcontractors that provide labor on the Project site must be enrolled in and remain in good standing in the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation (“OBWC”) Drug-Free Workplace Program (“DFWP”) or a comparable program approved by the OBWC.
  8. In accordance with Ohio Revised Code §164.05 (A)(6), to the extent practicable, the Contractor and subcontractor shall use Ohio products, materials, services and labor in connection with this project.
  9. Contractor agrees that it is currently in compliance and will continue to adhere to the requirements of Ohio Ethics law as provided by Section 102.03 and 102.04 of the Ohio Revised Code.

Issued by: The City of Rossford Allyson Murray, City Administrator

Ad Dates:  12/31/2020  &  1/14/2021



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To fulfill the requirements of Chapter 521 of the City of Rossford Municipal Code, proposals will be received by the City Administrator of the City of Rossford, Ohio, for the snow removal service as directed by the Zoning Inspector.

DEADLINE AND PLACE TO RECEIVE PROPOSAL:  Monday, November 16, 2020 at 11:00 am., City of Rossford Municipal Building, 133 Osborn Street, Rossford, Ohio 43460.

WORK:  Snow removal, sidewalk clearing, out lots, houses and other parcels of land designated to be cleared by the City of Rossford.  Locations are to be cleared within 48 hours of order issue by the City.  Digital photo evidence of site before and after clearing will be required to be included as part of invoice.

Each bid must contain the full name of every person or company interested, proof of insurance, and a proposal of costs to perform the above services (cost/hour, additional labor/hour or list of hourly cost based on equipment or skill level).

The City of Rossford reserves the right to make separate or combination awards and to accept or reject all bids and to waive any information in the proposals received.

Mark G. Zuchowski, Zoning Inspector (419) 666-0210 Ext 211

Published in Rossford Record Journal


This notice is to all property owners, operators, agents or persons in possession of or control of any charge of land within the City of Rossford, Ohio of their responsibility to maintain their property free of noxious weeds, high grass, litter or nuisance conditions in accordance with Chapter 555 of the City of Rossford Municipal Code and that they shall keep grass cut to a height not in excess of six inches (6”). They shall also keep the same free and clear from all noxious weeds and rank vegetation on such lots owned or controlled by said owners, operators, agents or person in possession or control of said property to prevent such rank growth and/or the maturing or spreading of seeds or pollen therefrom.
If full compliance is not made with this notice and the provisions of Chapter 555 of the Rossford Municipal Code within three (3) days after the date of this notice, then such grass, weeds, and other vegetation will be cut by or on behalf of the City of Rossford in accordance with Chapter 555 of the Rossford Municipal Code and the costs and expenses thereof, including any fines for violations, will be assessed against the respective lots or lands. Violators will be prosecuted pursuant to the applicable provisions of Chapter 555 of the Rossford Municipal Code. Mark G. Zuchowski
City of Rossford Zoning Inspector
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