Recognizing the Past and
Looking Forward to the Future

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East Palestine

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Pride. Tradition. Progress.

Founded in 1875, East Palestine is a close-knit, small town community of approximately 5,000 residents. We stand at the crossroads of history and the future, guided by our unwavering values of pride, tradition, and progress.

Join us in building a vibrant, inclusive community that honors its roots and looks forward to a brighter tomorrow.
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For long-time residents and newcomers alike, access news and information about living in East Palestine and all the amenities and resources it has to offer. The community has been strong in the face of adversity, and we are working to come back even stronger and better than before.
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Looking to work in or around East Palestine or start your own new business in town? The businesses of East Palestine are the backbone of the village and supporting local companies and stores, filling jobs, and encouraging new business growth are key as we revitalize the downtown area.
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Founded in 1875, the Village of East Palestine is a close-knit community known for its rich history, friendly atmosphere, and commitment to progress. With a population of 5,000, the village offers a unique blend of small-town charm and modern conveniences, making it an ideal place to live, work, and visit.
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Unleash Your Style at Bulldog Custom Tattooing

Bulldog Custom Tattooing is celebrating 10 years in East Palestine and has customers from all over the country coming in for the special portrait tattoo artwork of owner Bruce Riehl.

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Celebrating the Holiday Season at the Snowflake Festival

Celebrating the Holiday Season at the Snowflake Festival

The village was filled with festivities and fun during the annual Snowflake Festival. Our community had a wonderful time embracing the holiday spirit together as we enjoyed Breakfast with Santa, the Christmas Parade and many other events.

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Park Project Phase 1 Updates and EPA Information Shared

Watch the video for the full recording of the East Palestine Village Council Meeting on April 8.

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Make A Donation

We are working hard to help our town recover from the devastating train derailment. Here's how you can help. The Village of East Palestine Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) is a newly established non-profit corporation that will serve as the agent of the Village to lead economic development efforts. Donations will be used to support a North Market Street downtown revitalization project and provide start-up administrative costs for the CIC.
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  • Meet the appointed members of our Community Improvement Corporation board!

Together, with their diverse expertise and dedication, they are committed to steering our village toward a future filled with prosperity and opportunity. 

Please follow along for CIC updates and information.

  • The Village of East Palestine CIC is a non-profit organization formed to assist with recovery and progress. 

This organization works alongside the village to achieve goals that the village can't under Ohio law.

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  • Tune in for a crucial webinar briefing from the @whitehouse Office of Public Engagement on the East Palestine Train Derailment.

Hear directly from federal, state, and local leaders, along with research and community partners, as we discuss vital updates from the @epagov on the environment, economy, and health impacts.

Register now and submit your questions to be a part of the conversation: link in bio

*This call is closed press. ASL and CART will be provided.
  • On Monday, April 8, the East Palestine Village Council convened at their bi-monthly public meeting where guest speakers from @michaelbakerinternational presented updated plans on the East Palestine Park project and monument sign. 

The council also heard from Andy Maguire from the @epagov and Tim Fisher, Senior Geologist, Arcadis U.S., Inc. representing @norfolksouthern reporting on stream mitigation, the recent heavy rains, fish kill and water drainage issues. 

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