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The DSA Announces New WiFi Network in Downtown

The Downtown Sylvania Association is pleased to announce the development of the Downtown Sylvania public WiFi network in Downtown Sylvania that is accessible at no cost to users. Click here to read more!

Natural Gas Aggregation Program

The NOAC communities participating in the government aggregation (Lucas County, Toledo, Ottawa Hills, Sylvania, Holland, Maumee, Perrysburg, Lake Twp., Northwood, Oregon) issued an RFP through Palmer Energy to secure the best pricing with the goal of being lower than the Columbia Gas SCO (Standard Choice Offer) Rate. Volunteer Energy offered a competitive rate lower than the SCO price. Click here for more information on the program.

The Sylvania Senior Center is nationally accredited

The Sylvania Senior Center received National Accreditation from the National Institute of Senior Centers. The Center is in an elite 1 percent of senior centers nationally that are accredited. Out of 15,000 senior centers, we were the 189th senior center to receive National Accreditation.

How to navigate roundabouts

With the roundabout recently added at Brint and Mitchaw roads and the proposed addition of a roundabout at Brint and King roads, you may want to view this video on modern roundabouts. http://www.toledoonthemove.com/news/story.aspx?id=508048

The Sylvania Police Division offers house checks

Enjoy that well-deserved vacation without having to worry about your property while you’re gone. Call us at 419-885-8902 to let us know your address, the dates you will be gone, a list of any vehicles that will be left on the property and any key-holder information (a family member, friend or neighbor with whom you have left a key). An officer will walk around your residence each day, checking doors and windows, and your key-holder will be contacted if we find anything out of the ordinary.

You have a choice of natural gas providers in the City of Sylvania

Click here for information to help you decide if you should stay with the City program or sign up with another provider.

Your utility bill can be automatically withdrawn

Have your bill automatically withdrawn from your checking or savings account. Over 25 percent of customers already have signed up for this simple and secure service. Call 419-885-8950 or email city.utilities@cityofsylvania.com for details.

How to get a discount on sewer charges

City of Sylvania sewer customers are offered a discount on sewer charges by purchasing a second meter permit in the City of Sylvania Utility Office. By installing a second meter, you can get a credit on sewer charges for all outdoor water use.

August 7 is Purple Heart Day

The City will fly a Purple Heart flag on military holidays, including August 7. The symbolic Purple Heart medal also will be placed in government sites.

Sylvania is enhancing the city-wide bicycle network

Click here to see the final draft of the plan.

Mosquito spraying is underway

If you do not want your property sprayed for mosquitoes, call 419-726-7891 to request an opt-out form. Click here for more information.

Where to recycle clean wood

Clean Wood Recycling on Bancroft Street recycles tree limbs, branches, brush clippings, leaves, woodchips and other green yard waste. Click here for more information.

How to stop unwanted newspaper/advertisement delivery

Take one of the following steps: Call the The Toledo Blade, Customer Service/Target Marketing at (419)724-6300
OR
Fax your address and “Stop Packets” to 419-724-6413 Attn: Jeff Cole
OR
Email Jeff Cole at jcole@toledoblade.com with a message to stop packets; include your home address.

If packets are accumulating in neighboring yards and driveways because the home is now vacant, please call our City Zoning Department at 419-885-8948 or email zoning@cityofsylvania.com.

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