On Friday, June 5, 2020 by 7 AM, homeowners’ vehicles need to be out of the driveways in the 200 block of Colony Road (south) – addresses 200 through 222 Colony Road. Access to driveways will be open again at 5 PM. The temporary no access is due to road work currently being completed on Colony Road. The City appreciates your patience and cooperation while this project is in the final stages. Please contact the City Offices at 419-666-0210 with any questions.
Author Archive | Kathy Shelt
Eagle Point Colony Subdivision Residents:
Roadway work in the Eagle Point Colony subdivision continues. Resident driveways will be inaccessible during the day, please plan accordingly. Look on the City’s Facebook Page: City of Rossford – Government. A map will indicate the work area for Monday, June 1 through Friday, June 5, 2020, as a pink highlighted area just passed the Colony Gate Entrance through the island connection at Riverside Drive. Please plan to park vehicles that will need access in and out in an area other than the daily construction areas. Thank you for your continued patience.
ATTENTION Residents along Eagle Point Road through to Harbor Point Road:
Construction on Eagle Point Road from Colony Road through to Harbor Point Road continues. Waste Management is doing their best to pick up carts as early as possible on trash day, prior to the day’s start of construction. Please have your carts out the night before – Tuesday nights. Parking your vehicles along side streets may be requested during this lengthy construction project. Your patience and cooperation is appreciated.
If interested in attending any Public City Council Committee Meeting, the calendar is located outdoors at the City Hall rear entrance.
Check out the latest issue of the Recycling News Bulletin!
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A friendly reminder from the Rossford Police Department: All approved refuse containers may be placed at the designated collection point no sooner than 5:00 p.m. the day prior to collection.
All approved containers are to be removed from streets and alleyways by 9:00 a.m. on the next day after collection and shall be kept or placed at the rear of the house or building or in passageways behind the front building line.
There are five trash/recycling delays in 2018. For those weeks, pickup days will be:
New Year’s week – January 4, 2018
Memorial Day week – May 31, 2018
Independence Day week – July 5, 2018
Labor Day week – September 6, 2018
Christmas week – December 27, 2018