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Daisy Troop 30215 Takes a Tour of the Public Safety Building  - Sergeant Deckard of the Sugarcreek Township Police Department recently led Daisy Troop 30215 on a tour of the Public Safety Building. They especially enjoyed sitting in a police cruiser, visiting the prisoner processing area and the armory!

Sidewalk Construction, Repair, Maintenance and Replacement Policy  - In accordance with Ohio Revised Code 5543.10, the Board of Sugarcreek Township Trustees has adopted a sidewalk construction, repair, maintenance and replacement policy. Additional Info...

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Moving to the area?  - Moving to a new home is a time of excitement for families! However, too often it becomes stressful. What to keep? What to get rid of? Should you choose a mover? Should you do it yourself? That's why we are providing residents with a guide for packing Read on...

In the Spotlight
PUBLIC Meeting – Sugarcreek Township is holding a public meeting on February 10, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at the Township Administration Office (2090 Ferry Road, Bellbrook, Ohio 45305) to discuss the construction of a 10’ Safe Routes to School walking and biking path proposed along Feedwire Road from the Bellbrook Middle School to Eden Meadows Way. Different path alternatives will be presented. The project is sponsored by the Ohio Dept. of Transportation and Sugarcreek Township. The meeting is an open house, with a short presentation beginning at 7:00 p.m. Contact Cara Tilford, Director of Planning and Zoning, at 937-848-8426 or Mikayla Nichols, ODOT Transportation Engineer 1, at 513-933-6591. Access more information on our Safe Routes to School program.

Where do I Recycle?
Environmental Services drop-off Recycling Center accepts cardboard, #1 and #2 plastics, glass bottles and jars, metal cans, paper, magazines, phone books, soft cover books, newspaper, rechargeable batteries, lead acid batteries and household alkaline batteries. Environmental Services also accepts cellular phones and mercury during normal hours of operation.  Mercury must be double bagged in zip-lock type plastic bags.  Hours of operation.