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Fairfield Local Schools
Leesburg, Ohio
"The Friendly Village"
Shawn Priest, Mayor
P.O. Box 305   Leesburg, Ohio 45135

The Friendly Village Community Center has moved to a new location.  The Center is now located in the building directly behind the Leesburg Fire Department on Pope St.

The Center will no longer be open every Saturday, but only the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month.  Hours will be 9am to noon.

Jeanette Turner, Director - 937-780-1093
Rita Smith-Daulton, Treasurer - 937-780-3775
PO Box 194 Leesburg, Ohio 45135

Mission Statement
A non-profit organization sponsored by the Fairfield Ministerial Association thriving to fill the hunger needs of all families within the Leesburg Fairfield School District.
Mark your calendars for the free community meal in Leesburg the last Saturday of every month at the Leesburg United Methodist Church from 11:30am-1pm. You can eat inside the church or take your meal to go.
Trash day is Wednesday.  Place trash at the curb Tuesday night. (Bags, trash cans or Pro Waste trash carts.)
Large Items - one large item can be placed out per week (televisions, furniture, appliances). Any mattress or upholstered furniture must be wrapped and sealed in plastic.
For freon containing appliances, please visit www.rumpke.com.
​Yard Waste - Must be no larger than  2' wide by 4' long and not exceed 50 pounds.  Must be bundled.
Holidays - Service is provided on all holidays except Christmas Day and New Years Day.
Not Acceptable - batteries, tires, liquids, combustible or hazardous materials.
Pro Waste Carts - $3.00 per month lease. 
Contact Pro Waste for more info - 1-844-432-4032
The Village of Leesburg held a clean-up day on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Volunteers assembled in the downtown area at 8:30 AM and picked up trash, swept the streets, sidewalks and pulled weeds. In addition, the volunteer’s power washed the Veterans Memorial, cleaned all the stone, planted flowers and mulched. The Clean-up day was organized by Cheyenne Harris, owner of Elite Power Tumbling & Cheer. The Village would like to thank Dianna Fordyce and Summer Howard for their donations.
The Leesburg Heritage Club honored our local first responders at the 2019 Leesburg Festival. Pictured (right) are Herirage Club President, Christa Davis, Leesburg Mayor Freddie Snyder and first responders from the Highland County North Joint Fire and EMS.