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222 Meigs Street
Sandusky, OH 44870
419.627.5844 (Phone)
419.627.5825 (Fax)

The City Building is open from 8:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday.

CITY OF SANDUSKY

WELCOME TO THE CITY OF SANDUSKY

Shoreline

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.

Click here for a more detailed community profile  

 


WINTER FUN GUIDE

2016-2017 Winter Fun Guide

 

The 2016-2017 Winter Fun Guide is available!

The City of Sandusky Recreation Division is offering numerous classes/events for kids of all ages.

View the dates/times for the Downtown Santa Claus and Cookie House.

Click here to view the 2016-2017 Winter Fun Guide

 

 

 


 NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVE

The Neighborhood Initiative is a partnership with Kent State University to assist the city with improving six selected Sandusky neighborhoods.

Click here to view zones, meeting times and locations

Meeting Summaries:


2017 COASTER CLASSIC REGISTRATION

Coaster ClassicRegister for the 2017 Coaster Classic Girls Fastpitch Softball Tournament.

The Tournament will be held June 16 - 18, 2017.

Click here for the 2017 Coaster Classic Registration Form.

 

 


"JUST FOR FUN" ADULT BOWLING LEAGUE

Adult Bowling League Sandusky Recreation "Just for Fun" Adult Bowling League, hosted by Start Lanes, will be played on Wednesday nights from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm beginning December 7th. 

 This 10-week league will consist of an 8-week regular season and a 2-week bowl-off.

 Teams consist of 4 bowlers (18 years of age or older; no gender requirements). Each team can have 2 substitue bowlers.

 Registration Deadline: November 30th at 4:00 pm

 Click here for team registration.  Click here for rules.

  


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)

REVISED 12-6-2016 RFP FOR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES- City of Sandusky

 


SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE

Ohio EPA Requires that 75% of the total population of Erie County acknowledges and is in agreement with how the District is meeting the Goals of the Ohio EPA. Here is a link to the Solid Waste Management Plan Update that City commission will consider for approval at the October 24th City Commission Meeting.


Road work ahead 

CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

 

 

 

  

EAST END SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

The contractor working on the East End Sewer Project will be finishing construction on the Farwell Street Pump Station beginning Monday, December 5, 2016.  This work will require closure of Farwell Street between First Street and Second Street and is planned to last a maximum of two (2) weeks. Detours signs will be posted, directing traffic to take an alternate route.  Access to the southerly drive entrance to JBT Corp will be maintained. Starting Sunday afternoon 12/04/16, on-street parking on both sides of Farwell St between Fifth St and Second St will be prohibited for the duration of the closure so as to facilitate tractor trailer access to JBT. All work is weather dependent and the contractor requests your patience with this inconvenience since rain events may change schedules on short notice.

 

SIDEWALK REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT

This project began September 28 with a completion date of May 26, 2017.    
    
Click here to view 2016 Sidewalk & Tree Removal List

 


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NEW FOR 2016 - CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS

  

 


 BICENTENNIAL VISIONING

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The Bicentennial Vision for the City of Sandusky has been completed including an updated Comprehensive Plan and Strategic Plan.  

Below are links to these documents, a video featuring our beautiful community, our 2015 Annual Report and a link to our Sandusky 2018 Facebook page. 

Stay tuned, there is so much more to come!

 


After the Bicentennial Visioning was completed, the city prepared a Capital Projects list which has been approved by the City Commission.

Click here to review this document


CITY HALL RELOCATION PROJECT

The City of Sandusky authorized legislation to sign a Letter of Intent on August 22 with Vintage Development Group, LLC for the potential relocation of city administrative facilties (at first reading).  The property to be redeveloped is 232 - 256 Columbus Avenue and 115 East Washington Row.

Links to documents with additional information about this project are below:

DS Architecture prepared a needs assessment for the current City Hall building, 222 Meigs Street. This was presented to the City Commission in July, 2016.


Annual Report (2015)

Capital Projects

Comprehensive Plan (This links to the file via Dropbox)

Downtown Sandusky East Bay Vision

Green Infrastructure Evaluation

Sandusky.2018 on Facebook

Skateboard Park

Strategic Plan

Wayfinding Signage Program

The Bicentennial Vision from Joey Cassel on Vimeo.

 

 


LAKE ERIE LOVE


ANALYSIS OF IMPEDIMENTS TO FAIR HOUSING CHOICE
     2015 CDBG Program

ANNUAL ACTION PLAN DRAFT (2016)

E-COMMERCE EXCHANGES

ELECTRIC AGGREGATION

EMERGENCY HOME REPAIR PROGRAM

ERIE COUNTY CLEAN WATER COALITION

GAS AGGREGATION

HOUSING & BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAMS & GUIDELINES

PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REPORT (2015)

PROPERTY SURVEY RESULTS


SANDUSKY CITY SCHOOLS

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

Click here for details


PROPERTY SURVEY RESULTS

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.

Click here to review survey results


ERIE COUNTY CLEAN WATER COALITION

The City of Sandusky has identified the Erie Soil & Water Conservation District [Disclaimer] to cooperatively provide solutions to problems relating to storm water management, land use planning and the development of the soil and water resources in Erie County. 

The goal of the Erie County Clean Water Coalition is to protect our water resources and comply with Ohio EPA's Phase II Storm Water Program.  

 

 


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Supporting Legislation


OHIO MUNICIPAL LEAGUE

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The City of Sandusky is a member of the Ohio Municipal League [Disclaimer].  This organization tracks issues at the state governmental level and provides timely information to local municipalities about the effects the issues may have upon Ohio cities, townships and villages.

 


 

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