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Race for Recovery is happening again in Downtown Rossford on Saturday, October 23, 2021! Residents and business owners that need to use the streets during the closure will need to park their vehicles outside of the closed area by 7 a.m. on Saturday. Shuttles will be available. Please contact the Rossford Police Department (419) 666-5230 or City Hall (419) 666-0210 to be added to the shuttle list by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 22nd.
The City of Rossford has experienced unseasonal amounts of rain this summer. Many residents have called with concerns about the “sewer”. There are 2 different types of sewers in Rossford: Sanitary Sewer and Storm Sewer.
Sanitary Sewer – carries water discharged from in-home plumbing such as sinks, toilets, bathtubs and showers.
Storm Sewer – water from a rain or snow event.
If you are experiencing sewer backup in your home, please call Northwestern Water & Sewer District at 419-354-9090 to determine if your Sanitary Sewer & Storm Sewer are still combined. If they are, this could be the source of your sewer backup. Some homeowners may be eligible for Sanitary Sewer Grant Program money to assist them in correcting this issue. Please see the link below for more information.
Pick up of a bulk item through Waste Management, needs to be scheduled by calling City Hall – 419-666-0210. Update of acceptable items are listed under the Department tab.
For information on Covid-19 Vaccine Clinics, call Wood County Health Department at 419-352-8402
City of Rossford Marina closes for the 2021 Season Sunday, October 17, 2021. Boats must be removed from the Marina by that date.
Council and Committee Meetings are meeting live and by Zoom or Conference Call In. Log in information is included under additional information for events where Zoom or Call In will be used.
How to Get to Rossford, Ohio Located at the intersection of I-75 and I-80/90 in northern Wood County. 8 minutes south of downtown Toledo. Conveniently located to several major metropolitan areas: 1 hour from Detroit, 2 hours from Cleveland and Columbus, 3 hours from Cincinnati and less than 4 hours from Chicago
- Rossford Ohio – Located at the Crossroads of America, I75/I80-90
- Located in the Industrial Midwest of the U.S.
- At the intersection of two major Interstate Highways I-75 and I-80/90.
- On Lake Erie, the largest source of fresh water in the nation.
- About an hour’s drive from Detroit, Michigan and Detroit International Airport