Rich in history, home to the world's largest washing machine
manufacturer, small town friendliness, whatever you are looking
for, chances are Clyde has it!
The Ohio Municipal
League represents the collective interests of
Ohio's 251 cities and 687 villages before the
Ohio General Assembly. The League
represents not only Ohio mayors but also the
entire spectrum of local municipal officials
including law directors, city managers, finance
officers, safety directors, service directors,
council members and city village clerks.
Incorporated as a non-profit corporation in
1952, the league continues to serve the needs of
municipal government in a variety of capacities.
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It offers a very simple way for the Clyde Police Department to
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especially comes in handy during snow events.
Clyde Surplus Item Auction
PUBLIC AUCTION OF UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY
PURSUANT TO OHIO REVISED CODE SECTION 737.32 AND PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 2-1 OF THE CLYDE CHARTER THE SALE OF NO LONGER NEEDED MUNICIPAL PROPERTY.
Property that has remained unclaimed for more than ninety days
(90) and no longer needed municipal property shall
be sold by internet auction. The City of Clyde has
entered into an agreement by Resolution Number
2009-10 with GovDeals.com to auction, on the City of
Clyde’s behalf, unclaimed or no longer needed
municipal property. To bid on unclaimed personal
property or no longer needed municipal property,
Paul H. Fiser, City Manager