2018 Village Of Sugarcreek Recycling Program

Let’s Recycle for Sugarcreek. Recyclable materials for Village of Sugarcreek will be collected by Kimble on Wednesdays every other week.  The next pick up date will be May 7, 2018.  Please remember to set your refuse and recycling totes at the curb by 6 A.M. There is no need to bundle your newspapers, cardboard, or any other materials separately. All recyclable materials may be mixed together in your tote.

Only materials collected curbside, and at Village Hall count towards the annual Recycling Totals for Sugarcreek. The Village of Sugarcreek will receive grant dollars from the local Solid Waste District based on the total tons recycled materials. The total tonnage collected is used to determine the amount of rebate the Village receives annually. Kimble has also committed to donating up to $20.00 per ton for all recyclables generated by the curbside recycling program.

If you have more recyclable material than your tote can handle, you can simply drop it off in the bin next to Village Hall. Please refer to the acceptable recyclable material list located on our Documents page under Refuse and Recycling.

Spring Community Garage Sales

Sugarcreek will be having it’s Annual Community Spring Garage Sales on May 11th and 12th, 2018.

The Alpine Museum, Sugarcreek Library, and The Budget Newspaper will be passing out maps of the sale participants starting at 10:00 A.M on Thursday, May 10th. To be included on the sale map, contact Alpine Hills Museum at 330-852-4113 with your information.

Hope to see you there!

Water Hydrant Flushing

The Village of Sugarcreek Water Department will begin water hydrant flushing the week of April 29th for about three days. The flushing will be conducted at night from 10:00pm until 6:00am to minimize service interruption throughout the Village. This is just general maintenance on our water distribution system. Flushing will begin on the west side of town at 10:00 pm April 29th, continue with the center of town on the 30th, and finish on the east side.

Water customers are advised that some discoloration is possible but should only be minor at most, and they should check their water before using it for a couple of days following the flushing. If discoloration is detected they should let the water run for several minutes to clear the line.