Welcome to the Village of South Russell
South Russell is home to approximately 4,000 residents and is located at the western edge of Geauga County, Ohio. The 4 mile long by 1 mile wide village is a residential community with unique character and rural “at home” charm. South Russell students attend the highly acclaimed Chagrin Falls School System.
Schedule a Vacation Watch
The South Russell Police Department offers vacation watches for residents. You can schedule your watch by clicking HERE
Programs provided by the South Russell Police Department ~
C.O.P.S. (Concerned Officers Protecting Seniors) Program – May 11th from 10am to noon
Cops & Kids Fishing – June 5th from 9am to 1pm at Bellwood Lake
Visit the Police Department page of click HERE for more information in these events
SATURDAY, APRIL 30th at the South Russell Village Campus parking lot
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Entrance will be at the Police Department driveway.
Residency identification WILL be required.
The South Russell Village Officials are joining forces with the Geauga County Department on Aging for the senior trash pickup:
WEST END OF THE VILLAGE - WEDNESDAY, April 27, 2015 8:00 am – 3:00 pm (includes homes on 306)
EAST END OF THE VILLAGE - THURSDAY, April 28, 2015 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
The South Russell Police Department has implemented a new "E-Commerce Safe Zone" located in the visitor parking area of the Police Station. This safety zone provides a safe place for citizens to make purchases or exchanges after conducting online transactions. E-Commerce safety zones are becoming quite popular and well received in their respective communities. The safe zone allows citizens to make transactions in public, with peace of mind in a highly-visible location without fearing for their safety. Read more...
Upfront Financing for Energy Efficiency Improvements
Commercial property owners in NOPEC member communities can now get upfront financing for energy efficiency projects through the new Propery Assessed Clean Energy program (PACE).
Get the funds you need to make your property more energy efficient.
Geauga Fresh Farmers’ Market
9:00-Noon, Saturdays until October 15th
The Geauga Fresh Farmers’ Market will be open 9-Noon in the parking lot of the South Russell Village Hall, the corner of Chillicothe/Rt. 306 and Bell St. every Saturday, rain or shine, until October.
Click on the following links if you would like to read more on these storm water topics:
2016 County and Hazardous Waste Collection
Geauga County will hold one-day collection events as well as the Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management District for recycling and hazardous waste collections. Please see the 2016 County and Hazardous Waste Collections flyer for more information.
The Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management District will also be holding a Drug Take Back Day to collect old prescriptions. TV’s and computer monitors will be collected as well for a small fee. Please click HERE for fee amounts.
Additional Geauga-Trumbull Solid Waste Management District events:
The Geauga SWCD’s Annual Tree Sale Turns Over a New Leaf with a FALL TREE SALE! From White Pine to Arborvitae and Swamp White Oak to Washington Hawthorne, this year’s tree selection is simple, affordable, and suitable to your landscaping needs. The tree sale pick-up dates are Friday, September 23rd and Saturday, September 24th at the Geauga County Fairgrounds. Order deadline is Monday, August 29th and information can be found at geaugaswcd.com or by calling 440-834-1122.
Calling all SUGAR MAPLES… Announcing Geauga’s BIG TREE Contest. This voluntary contest will promote the beauty and benefits provided by our county’s biggest and oldest trees. This year’s featured tree is the Sugar Maple. Nominations must be submitted to Geauga SWCD no later than Friday, September 23rd. Visit geaugaswcd.com for more information or for a nomination form.
SAVE THE DATE: Geauga SWCD is teaming up with the OSU Extension Master Gardeners to present… Make the Most with Compost on Thursday, September 29th 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the West Woods Nature Center. Much of what we throw away as trash from our kitchens and yards can be composted into rich, healthy soil, which helps slow runoff and filter water. Join us for this fun, informative workshop with certified permaculture designer and teacher Diana Sette of Cleveland’s Neighborhood Leadership Development Program. Learn about compost basics and benefits, different composting bins and methods, as well as common problems to avoid. Stay tuned for more information or call 440-834-1122.