Perrysburg’s heritage can be traced to its water resources. It is the responsibility of the City and its consumers to protect the waterways. The Department of Public Utilities (DPU) is responsible for the City's wastewater collection and treatment, water distribution, and stormwater management, as well as the City's relationships with other public and private entities with respect to those issues.
The department is responsible for a wide variety of operations throughout the City such as repairing water main breaks; maintaining sanitary and storm sewers; operating an 8 million gallon per day wastewater treatment plant; implementing measures to manage stormwater and ditches; and providing excellent customer service to our consumers.
CSO 2021 Annual Report
Click here to download the CSO Notification Annual Report
Click here to download CSO Data
CCR 2022 Annual Report
The City of Perrysburg has prepared the following report to provide information to you, the consumer, on the quality of our drinking water. Included within this report are general health information, water quality test results, how to participate in decisions concerning your drinking water and water system contacts.
Click here to download the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for 2022
Sanitary Sewer Grant
On December 5, 2020, City of Perrysburg City Council allocated more funding to help home and business owners remove clear water connections from the sanitary sewer. The Sanitary Sewer Grant provides funding for an 80% grant up to $10,000 of project costs, meaning up to an $8,000 grant. If no storm sewer tap is available, a storm sewer tap must be installed as part of the project, and an 80% grant is payable up to $15,000 of project costs, meaning up to a $12,000 grant.
The purpose of the Sanitary Sewer Grant is to assist residents within the City boundaries to remove clean water connections from the sanitary sewer system. Grants have typically been used to remove footer drains or storm water sump pumps from the sanitary sewer. In certain areas of the City, clean water connections into the sanitary sewer system have contributed to sewer backups in times of heavy rains.
Click here for more information, rules, and guidelines.
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. *
Click here for the Sanitary Sewer Grant Application. *
* The FAQ and application refer to homeowners, but this grant was recently opened up to business owners as well. Both homeowners and business owners can use this application for the grant.