Your Village website is getting a mini redesign. A fresher look is on its way. During this transition the website will not be accessible on Saturday July 31, in the evening. Thank you for your understanding.
Learn more about a new offering for those residents who have received an update meter, a digital Master Meter. Click here for a short video about My Water Advisor 2. Head to https://mywateradvisor2.com/ and learn more about creating an account to monitor your water consumption with real time data, alerts, and analytics. Any questions? Please call 419.826.9515 and ask to speak to Jennifer Harkey, Finance Director.
The Village of Swanton is excited to announce the inaugural Civic Engagement Academy. Village Council and Village Officials strongly support this community initiative and program as a way for community members to learn more about Village operations. This will be a tool to provide accurate and transparent information in an interactive format. Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age and commitment to seven week lecture sessions on Thursday evenings from late August until early October 2021. Please click here for an informational video Please click here for application
The Village of Swanton is excited to announce the opening of a survey to garner input from the community on playground options at Memorial Park. We hope the community reviews all the options and provides input on their Memorial Park! Village Council urges the community to provide their thoughts and welcomes discussion on other aspects of Memorial Park as well. Please view the informational video by clicking here Please click here to take the survey
Due to the storm overnight June 20-21, Village Public Service crews will perform an emergency brush-up on Monday June 28, 2021. This should allow time for residents to pick up fallen branches. Please remember that this pick up is due to rain and wind which caused the limbs to fall. This is not for clearing lots or removal of entire trees. Please have brush to curb, or side of road, by 7:00 a.m. on June 28. Village Public Service crews reserve the right to not pick up a pile if it does not comply with regulations. The next regularly scheduled brush pick up is Monday July 12.
The Safe Routes to School project is slated to begin in early July. Please click here for a video summarizing the project. Please click here for the PowerPoint referenced in the video.
On Friday May 21, a third party vendor will tape off the upper parking lots near the tennis courts and Field 2 in order to seal coat and stripe. The process will be complete by mid morning however the area will be blocked off until Saturday May 22, in the morning, as it needs 24 hours before it can be driven on. Please call 419.826.9515 if you have any questions. Thanks for your cooperation.
On Tuesday May 18, from 8am-5:00pm, Brookside Drive, from Hallett Avenue to Crestwood Drive will be closed to thru traffic due to some underground infrastructure work. All local residents will have access to their drives. Thank you for your cooperation.
Installs for the Phase 2 Meter update Project will begin on May 12. Three installers will be in the Village attending to appointments. They will all have ID and drive trucks with PMI logo on them. If you are part of this phase and haven’t scheduled your appointment, please call 1.866.584.3846. Please click here for a quick video with some information.
Did you participate in the Spring 2021 Bulk Drop Off Day on May 8? We’d like your feedback. Please click here for a quick survey.