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The City of London Ohio

Established in 1811

London Ohio Government Services

city of london ohioThe City of London lives up to its motto, A PROUD HERITAGE… A PROMISING FUTURE by providing a friendly hometown atmosphere.  Interested in learning more about our beautiful London Ohio Community? We are over 200 years old - and growing.

We invite you to visit the City of London Ohio picture gallery, community links of interests, and local directories of schools, churches, and organizations.  There are also direct links to the major departments above and in Quick Links at the right. 

The City of London Ohio Administration Office is the information center of the city. We are the point of contact for the boards and commissions that do not have offices. The office staff can generally direct you to whoever you need to speak with. The Administration Office is located at 6 East 2nd Street, London Ohio 43140.

Contact the Administrative Office 8 AM - 4 PM at 740-852-3243. 

Columbia Gas of Ohio Pipeline Replacement

Columbia Gas of Ohio investing more than $1 million in London as part of Pipeline Replacement Program

Replacing over two miles of pipeline to increase reliability and enhance safety

LONDON, Ohio -- Columbia Gas of Ohio (COH) is investing approximately $1 million in the City of London this year through a major pipeline replacement project. The company will upgrade over two miles of natural gas main lines and close to 150 customer service lines to increase reliability, enhance safety and reduce maintenance in years to come.  

The project is expected to start (next week/August 28, 2017,) and all construction is estimated to be completed by the middle of November. It includes work on a number of streets:

• Mound Street
• Wickline Avenue
• Antietam Avenue
• Jenkinson Avenue
• Lincoln Avenue
• Fairview Street
• Toland Avenue
• Olive Street
• West Center Street
• Sherman Avenue
• Highland Avenue
• Shady Avenue
• Richardson Avenue
• Midway Street

For customers in the project scope the construction work requires a temporary interruption of natural gas service. COH will personally contact customers to schedule the work at their residence or business. Customers with indoor meters will have their meters relocated to the outside of their premises, service lines replaced, and all property disturbed as a result of the activity will be restored. This work will be done at no additional cost to the customer.

These projects are part of the company’s larger 25-year program to invest more than $2 billion to replace over 4,000 miles of pipeline in neighborhoods across the state. By replacing the aging cast iron and bare steel pipe with new infrastructure it reduces leaks. As a result, the number of leaks have fallen 41 percent since the program started.

In addition, some of the pipe being replaced was installed prior to 1950 and the property taxes have greatly depreciated over time. Since 2008, Columbia Gas has paid close to $100 million in additional property taxes in Ohio, which directly supports local governments and schools.

Columbia Gas has more than 60 similar projects planned this year across Ohio. For additional information on the company’s infrastructure replacement projects, visit

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