Welcome to the Village of

Established in 1837

Mercer County / Granville Township

Population of 2596 in 2020 Census

St. Henry High School - 20 State Championships

Home to Pro Athletes: Wally Post, Jim Lachey, Jeff Hartings, Bob Hoying

Aerial Photos by Fullenkamp Video Productions

St. Henry Pool Opens Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th.

SHPD would like to remind everyone no trespassing within the fenced in pool area after hours.

Under-speed vehicles, utility vehicles, and mini trucks on Village Streets must obey all laws.

Branch pick up will be the first working day of the month. Branches must be 4 foot or less in length or they will not be picked up.

Shelter House #2, #4, and Amphitheater restrooms are open for public use.

Please do not blow grass onto streets while mowing as it plugs the storm sewer drains.

Council Meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

Maharg compost bags are only for lawn & landscape trimmings. Anything else is not acceptable.

Contact the Village office to post events on the website calendar.

Latest News

Check out our brand new website thanks to Eversman Web Design!

Important Information

Ordinance 1021 (requirements for the proper disposal of pet solid waste)

Ordinance 1034 (Regulations Protecting the Public Water System from Contamination due to Backflow)

Ordinance 1035 (regulations of under-speed vehicles, utilities, vehicles & mini-trucks on Village streets)


Electric Aggregation

St. Henry's electric aggregation contract ends May 2025. The current rate is $0.0637 per kwh and the supplier is Dynegy. If you would like to join the aggregation and you are not currently with a supplier, you can call 888-682-2170 and be added to the aggregation.

As with this current aggregation, a resident can join at any time or leave at any time without penalty.

If you have any questions please call Valerie at Palmer Energy at 419-491-1040.


Gas Aggregation

Gas Aggregation has been approved by the residents, but at this time, there are no savings compared to the utility pricing. When that changes, an aggregation will be in place.

If you have any questions at all concerning aggregation or the process, please do not hesitate to reach out to Valerie Bluhm, Palmer Energy at 419-491-1040.

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