Update From Mayor Washburn 3/21/2020
The City of Upper Sandusky will enact the following policy changes Monday 3/21/2020. All City employees who can work from home are expected to stay home and the City will operate with minimum personnel . The Water Billing Office is operating Monday - Friday 8:00 to 4:30. Any resident dealing with a utility emergency is asked to call the Water Treatment Plant at 419-294-2416, the Waste Water Plant at 419-310-3083 or the Mayors office at 419-294-3862 during normal business hours. The City's sanitation and recycling will continue to be picked up on their normal days, recycling may be picked up earlier in the day beginning at 10:00 am to improve social distancing.
Please contact the Municipal Court Office at 419-294-3809 or their web site Upper Sandusky Municipal Court for information pertaining to court business.
The City will be flushing hydrants Oct 13th - Oct 23rd.
Electronics Recycling Event
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Park Shelter Reservations
The Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low interest operation loans
The Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering low interest operation loans to businesses effected by the recent Corona Virus outbreak. A declaration has been issued stating that Wyandot County is considered a disaster area which potentially qualifies Wyandot County business for low the interest financing. Below are links to the SBA Disaster Loan Assistance page as well as information to assist in applying.
Upper Sandusky New Water Reclamation Facility Environmental Assessment
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Forms are available at the Water Office or online at uppersanduskyoh.com/water
Welcome from Mayor Scott D. Washburn
As Mayor of the City of Upper Sandusky, I would like to welcome you to our beautiful city. Upper Sandusky is the ideal home for both families and businesses! We have small town living with big business appeal.
Upper Sandusky is poised to grow with a central location along two major US routes – US Route 30 and US Route 23 and three State Routes – SR 53, SR 67 and SR 199. We are close to commercial, private and corporate air service with rail access from all directions.
Upper Sandusky is rich in history, yet clearly focused on the future. Our origins date back to the early 1780's and was home to the Wyandotte Native Americans until 1842. Upper Sandusky became the Wyandot County seat in 1843 and is referred to as "Upper" by the local residents because it is located on the upper reaches of the Sandusky River.
This website has been designed to make City information and services more accessible. Whether you are a city resident, business person, or a visitor, we hope this website provides you with a useful and comprehensive source of information.
We also know how important communication is and that is one of the reasons why this site is dedicated to informing our citizens (and potential citizens) about what our city is doing, our many services and recreational activities and other great features. Look through our links and plan to come back often to see what Upper Sandusky can do for you!