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The Marietta City Health Department, 304 Putnam Street, will be administering flu vaccine to children on every Monday, and adults on every Monday and Tuesday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. beginning October 2nd. Flu shots are available for all ages, including the high-dose flu vaccine for those 65 and older. The cost for children is $20.00 and adults are $25.00, or Medicaid, Medicare and most insurance is accepted. No one will be turned away due to inability to pay. Call 373-0611 Ext. 634 for further information.

Marietta Residential Rental Registry

The City of Marietta, Ohio has established a “Residential Rental Housing Property Registry” which is applicable to all residential rental properties within the City of Marietta.  This registry was established by Ordinance No. 244 (16-17) passed April 20, 2017 and became effective on May 20, 2017 creating Chapter 1341 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Marietta, and then revised by Ordinance No. 286 (16-17) passed July 6, 2017.

The registry requires every owner of residential rental property to register every residential rental dwelling within the city, with the City of Marietta, Ohio on a form provided by the city.  Please provide all the necessary information as requested on the registration form (copy linked at bottom of the page).

The residential rental housing property registry was established in order to provide the City Code Enforcement Official with contact information for owners of residential rental properties.  The information will be used in the event that a property nuisance complaint is filed on a residential rental property, such as high grass/weeds, trash, housing structure issues, etc.  The contact information provided will enable the Code Enforcement Official to identify and make contact with the owner to first seek cooperation and compliance in abatement of the nuisance complaint.   If cooperation and abatement of the nuisance problem is not provided, the City will then use the information provided to issue a “Notice of Violation”.

It is always the City’s intent to cooperate and work with property owners in an amicable manner to achieve compliance with city ordinances in a property nuisance complaint matter.  The registry was established to assist in that effort.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Code Enforcement Office at (740) 373-9354 ext. 2.

Thank you for your cooperation in providing the necessary requested registry information!

Code Enforcement Official
City of Marietta, Ohio


Registration Form

Registry Regulations 

Street Sweeping Schedule

Lower West Side and Harmar Hill

Upper and Lower Norwood and South End.

North Hills and Rathbone area Hillcrest and Cisler Dr.

Front through 10 Streets

Thursday evening:
Downtown District, bridges, Pike Street and Fort Harmar Drive.

Public Resource

211 - Dial 2-1-1 for non-emergency social assistance - 24/7/365. Dialing 2-1-1 reaches a trained professional who can connect one to essential community services, such as utility assistance, food, shelter, counseling, childcare, job infotraining, senior services, disaster relief and much more. Whenever non-emergency social assistance is needed, 2-1-1 is the first number to call. http://www.211.org/

411 - The telephone number for local directory assistance in the United States and Canada.

511 - The telephone number for National traffic and road closure information. http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/trafficinfo/511.htm

611 - The telelphone number reserved in the U.S. and Canada for an immediate connection with a wireless service provider.

711 - Telephone number is used for the Telecommunications Relay Service to translate from TDD for the deaf to speech, and vice versa. The relay service allows deaf people to converse with the hearing over the phone through an operator.

811 - is a three-digit telephone number that has been mandated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is the national "call before you dig" number that is used to request an underground locate before any excavation activity. http://call811.com/

911 - The emergency telephone number (sometimes known as the universal emergency telephone number or the emergency services number) that allows a caller to contact local emergency services for assistance.

Tickets and Passes

All Prices for the 2018 Season

Click Here for the 2018 Season Pass

We Do Not Accept Debit and Credit Cards

Hours of Operation: 12:00 - 6:00 PM

Season Passes
as of May 1st

Residents and
Marietta City Taxpayers

Youth (3-17) $ 95.00 $ 100.00
Adults $ 105.00 $ 110.00
Seniors (55 and over) $ 95.00 $ 100.00
Family* $ 215.00 $ 235.00

* Family (up to four members) Each immediate family member beyond four requires payment of an additional $30.00 per person. Immediate family only includes parent, and minor children living at home.

Pre - Season Passes
prior to May 1st

Residents and
Marietta City Taxpayers

Youth (3-17) $ 85.00 $ 90.00
Adults $ 95.00 $ 100.00
Seniors (55 and over) $ 85.00 $ 90.00
Family* $ 185.00 $ 200.00


Punch Card Rates (10 Visits)
Youth (3-17) $ 40.00
Adults $ 50.00
Seniors (55 and over) $ 40.00
One-Day Tickets  
Youth (3-17) $ 5.00
Adults $ 7.00
Seniors (55 and over) $ 5.00
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