Calling All Hometown Hero’s!

The VOCP is proud to partner with the Pickaway County Visitors’ Bureau and Welcome Center and the Attract Tourism Foundation, Inc with the Hometown Hero Project. Honor your favorite Active/Reserve Duty Service Member by the purchase of a banner which will be proudly displayed in your hometown and throughout Pickaway County. Please click the flyer for more detail.


  • Online Bill Pay

    ***** It’s Here*****  Online Bill Pay ***** Emailed bills *****

    Did you know you can pay your utilities bill online with?  Under Utilities, Online bill pay.  If you pay with a credit/debit card the billing agent will charge a minimum fee of $3.00 ~~~BUT~~~ if you pay with your checking account information ~~ It’s Free!!~~


  • Nixle

    Stay informed on what is happening in your community and with weather updates:   Sign up at www.nixle.com or text SCIOTO to 888-777 for weather/public safety messages.  If you are a CP Utilities customer, text CPWATER to 888-777 for Commercial Point water/sewer messages


    Just a reminder…If you are planning a Yard/Garage Sale in the village permits are required.  They are FREE of charge and the application can be printed from the webpage.  Please turn into the village office 5 days prior to the event in order to receive your permit!!

  • Solicitation in the Village

    ****ALL APPROVED Solicitor’s in the VOCP will have a permit issued by the village office with the Mayor’s approval.****

    The Mayor requires anyone interested in soliciting in the village to provide drivers license and federal background checks on all personnel that will be in the village before he approves any application.  He also can restrict them to the times and days they are allowed to solicit.   If a solicitor approaches your residence, they should be able to provide you with a copy of the approved permit.  

Community Spotlight



Emily Legg’s design was chosen as the next Ohio’s brand new “I voted” sticker.  Emily was selected from more than 2000 applicants by Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose.  Her sticker will be in place for the next 3 years.

Emily is a 2019 graduate from Teays Valley High School and plans a career in Graphic design.



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