Village Manager and Director of Law

Village Manager - Jonathan GreeverProfessional Headshot

The Village Manager’s Office operates the village government at the direction of the elected officials.  The elected officials provide strategic direction for the village and the village manager puts that plan into motion.  As such, the village manager is responsible for the daily operation of the village, ensuring the efficient and equitable provision of services for the residents.

 The range of services provided includes the operation of the Electric Department, the Water Treatment Department, the Wastewater Treatment Department, Public Works Department, Parks/Rec Facilities, the Building/Planning/Zoning Department, Human Resource Department & the village-wide Budget.

The position is also responsible for all economic development within the village, as well as the creation, operation and management of all community development districts. 

The village manager sits on the American Municipal Power Board of Directors, which is a public power consortium comprised of 134 member municipalities for 9 states, which helps to generate, transmit and deliver power at a discounted rate to each of its member agencies.  Wellington receives significant cost savings in its power utilization through the direct role that it plays on the AMP Board of Directors. 

We exist to provide the best level of service to the Village’s residents.  We consider it an honor to work for you.  Please feel free to reach out to our offices with any questions, comments or concerns and we will do our best to help you in any way we can

The Village Manager office is located at 98 Johns Street and office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Village Director of Law
Stephen Bond is the Director of Law for the Village. He is a partner with the law firm of Brouse McDowell and has extensive experience with municipal law having provided legal support for a number of Ohio communities.

Mr. Bond is a graduate of Cleveland State University and the John Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State. He has served the Village since 2004.