Sylvania FIRE-EMS Department is proud to announce our new Fire Department ISO (Insurance Services Organization) rating for the Sylvania Community (City & Township). After a thorough review from ISO, they have assigned the Sylvania FIRE-EMS Department as a Class 2 Fire Department. Our last rating was a Class 4, evaluated about 7 years ago. According
A request for a variance on the size of a lot needed for a pond was recommended for approval recently, in part, because officials are currently considering changing the requirement. Sylvania Township and most other zoning departments require a lot of at least five acres for a pond to be on the property Daryl Graus,
Sylvania Township’s fire department has taken delivery of a new fire engine and is currently taking it for practice runs before putting it into service, probably in the middle of next month and the fire station at Main and Monroe streets in downtown Sylvania.
In mid-November, Rob Nash, superintendent of roads for Sylvania Township, said he hoped for about three days between what was then the height of leaf collection and the time when crews had to get out for snow and ice control on township roads. A month later, he laughed saying his department got about 30 seconds. The
Sylvania Township will offer a FREE Christmas Tree Drop-Off site for Township residents located at the Administration Building, 4927 Holland-Sylvania Road. The drop-off site is located at the southwest corner of the parking lot. Place your tree inside the orange fence area. Remove plastic bags, all decorations, tinsel and lights. The drop-off site starts December 27,
Those hired to develop a new land use plan for Sylvania Township hope to include information and general thought on aspects of that plan from residents as well as people from the City of Sylvania and the surrounding area. Glen Grisdale of Reveille, a planning and economic development firm and a co-manager of the project, told a group
TWP LAND USE PLAN PRESENTATION PLEASE TAKE THE COMMUNITY SURVEY – HERE
Sylvania Township trustees are seeking applicants for the position of an alternate on the township’s board of zoning appeals. The vacancy occurred when Amanda Siek who has held that post, was appointed to the board for a full five-year term. Ms. Siek replaces Dan Bollin, whose term expired, the alternate position is a one-year term.
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