Village of Pleasant Plains

In an effort to increase communication between the village and the community members about boil orders, emergency notifications and other important information, we are developing an email list to notify and update the community. If you would be interested in receiving notifications and updates, please click the link below to be taken to a form that will help us gather the information.

If you would prefer to fill out your information on paper, copies will be available at the Village Hall.

Please click this link to fill out the form.


Many families have been experiencing economic hardship due to the pandemic. From the stimulus checks to the additional weekly unemployment stipend our government has tried to assist with our daily needs. Unfortunately, our bills go on. If you continue to experience difficulty in paying your past water/sewer bill please contact the office to arrange some type of payment plan. It appears we will be entering Phase 4 of the pandemic and businesses will be reopening and slowly returning to “normal”. As you are aware, the Village is not obligated to continue extending water/sewer services without payment. Therefore, it is very important that you make arrangements to bring your accounts up to date. Shut offs will resume on June 29, 2020.

The Pleasant Plains Fireworks show will proceed as scheduled on Friday July 3, at 9:00 p.m., weather permitting.

With the high school parking lot being closed due to construction, parking will be at the Zion Lutheran Church.

Volunteers will be on hand to park cars in the church parking lot. Entry into the parking lot will be from State Route 125 on to Cartwright St. No parking spaces will be reserved. If you would like to park next to someone else, please come together so you will be parked together.

Cartwright Street will be closed just north of State Route 125 and south of Chestnut Street from 7:00 p.m. until the conclusion of the fireworks display. Traffic will be restricted to residents that live on Cartwright and emergency vehicles.

There will be designated grassy areas to allow spectators adequate space to set up lawn chairs or blankets.

Food and refreshments will be provided with donation's to the Pleasant Plains Fire Protection District and the Pleasant Plains Community Club.

Remember, we are now in Stage 4 of the coronavirus recovery plan. Everyone should make every effort to respect each other’s personal space, and should use personal protective measures when personal space cannot be maintained.

We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy 4th of July!