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CITY OF SANDUSKY
WELCOME TO THE CITY OF SANDUSKY
Located on Sandusky Bay, Sandusky has over 22 miles of shoreline within the city limits. We are the governmental seat of Erie County and are noted for our beautifully landscaped parks, our historical architecture and the Sandusky Bay Pathway.
The city's mission is to promote the City of Sandusky as the best Great Lakes community, spotlighting our Sandusky Bay location, historic neighborhoods and architecture, fantastic events, strong business opportunities and well maintained infrastructure, combined with our rich traditions and history, making Sandusky a desirable community to live, work, play and grow.
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS:
Farwell Street will be closed at Cleveland Road starting November 16, with an estimated re-opening date of November 20. Detour signs will direct drivers to take an alternate route; residents are encouraged to use Fifth Street to enter Farwell Street.
A work zone will be on Cleveland Road from Farwell Street to Cedar Point Drive, and traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Access will be maintained to all homes and businesses in this area and a Police Officer will be on site during working hours to help with traffic control. Please use extreme caution when traveling this area. This portion of the project is estimated to last three to four weeks.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the Division of Public Works at 419.627.5829.
U.S. 250 AND PERKINS AVENUE
The Bicentennial Vision for the City of Sandusky has engaged the entire community to create a five-year strategic plan and a comprehensive physical master plan. These plans will position our city for long term growth and prosperity, setting priorities for economic development, land use, infrastructure, and investment over several decades.
Sandusky City Schools offers an Internship for the Global Experience consisting of three parts:
- Senior Internship Seminar (employability training)
- On-site Work Experience
- Final Presentation based upon experience
In 2014, the Sandusky-Erie County Community Foundation provided grant dollars to the Thriving Communities Institute for a property inventory to be completed for the City of Sandusky. Information from this survey can now be utilized to identify vacant and abandoned structures and develop strategies to address future economic development, rehabilitation, or demolition, where necessary.
OHIO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE
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- City residents can take advantage of this offer by calling 1.844.539.3400, or online:
(if you have your Personal Code) at www.constellation.com/oh-sandusky.