Honoring the Past, Committed to the Future.

Spanning two counties (Fulton and Lucas), the Village of Swanton honors its rich history and is committed to the future of this vibrant community, of more than 3,500 people in the Village incorporated limits and more than 14,000 people, total, in the 43558 zip code. Read more about the Village of Swanton

Update on Leaf Pick Up

Lammons Bros. will be able to resume leaf pick up later this week (December 3 & 4). The final day for leaf pick up will be Monday December 7. Please place leaves on the tree lawn for collection, NOT in the street. Leaves placed in the street can be a hazard to motorist, can block drainage, and become wet and matted after a rain, which can significantly slow the collection process. Please do not mix grass, sticks, or brush in with the leaves.
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Updates due to COVID-19 pandemic

Municipal Building will be closed to foot traffic from November 30, 2020 to January 3, 2021.Staff will continue to work for YOU! Please call or email if there is something for which we can help! 419.826.9515Utility payments can be mailed or dropped in the secure dropbox near the Police Station. Further, ACH payment is also available at no additional cost.You can also sign up to receive a paperless copy of your bill via email. Please contact utility billing at 419.826.9515 and press 1.Regular Council Meeting scheduled for December 14 will be conducted via Zoom and streamed to the Village’s Facebook page.There will be no water shut offs, due to non-payment, in December 2020 or January 2021.
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Brush pick up- Wind Storm

PSA: Due to the major wind storm this past weekend, Public Service crews will collect down limbs this Friday. Please plan accordingly. This is a one time collection due to the storm. During the winter months, Public Service only collects brush if there is a large enough storm. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Phone Spoofing and Scams

The Swanton Village Police (SPD) warn community members of a scam where callers spoof the main Police phone line, pretend to be law enforcement officers, ask for money for warrants, and threaten arrest if money is not received. Please understand, the SPD will NEVER call demanding money. SPD officers do not process bonds or accept money to avoid arrest. Here here are some tips on how to deal with scammers: If you are ever in doubt, just hang up.Don’t answer the phone if you don’t recognize the numberDon’t send money or buy gifts for unknown people or organizations If you have questions or need to report a scam, please call SPD at 419.826.4696.
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Special Council Meeting- October 15, 2020

A special meeting of the Swanton Village Council has been called by Councilman Rose, Councilman Pilliod, and Councilwoman Westhoven for Thursday October 15, 2020 at 5:00p.m. and will be conducted via Zoom and live streamed to the Village’s Facebook page.  The purpose of the meeting is to outlined in the posted agenda.
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