South Point highlights
ORIGIN: Most southerly point in Ohio, overlooking three states and two rivers. The community was founded in 1798 and incorporated as a village on Jan. 14, 1888.
POPULATION: 3,986 (according to 2008 Census estimate)
MAYOR: Bill Gaskin, 740-377-4838.
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS: David Classing, Bob Armstrong, Danny Smith, Buell Collins, Ronnie West and Marlene Arthur.
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS: 7:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month.
CITY HALL: 408 2nd St. West.
POLICE: South Point Police Department, non-emergency, 740-377-4011.
TRASH COLLECTION: Provided by Allied Waste Services, 800-331-0988. Current residential rate per month is $8.40 and is billed with the water and sewer bill.
AREA IN MILES: 3 square miles.
BOUNDARIES: Sheridan to the west and Burlington to the east.
SCHOOL DISTRICT: South Point schools, 740-377-4315.
ZIP CODE: 45680.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: TTA-Ohio, 304-894-RIDE.