Don’t forget to change your clocks/in Uncategorized/by danielle
Election Day/in Uncategorized/by danielle
Polling locations will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 for the Primary Election. You will be asked to provide proof of identification when you arrive. Read more
Trash Day/in Uncategorized/by danielle
SPRING TRASH DAY
SATURDAY, APRIL 27th 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.
2016 County and Hazardous Waste Collections/in Uncategorized/by danielle
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.
NOPEC/in Home, Uncategorized/by danielle
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.
Police Department is on Facebook and Twitter/in Uncategorized/by danielle
You can now follow the South Russell Police Department on Facebook and Twitter! Read more
NOPEC Announcement/in Uncategorized/by danielle
NOPEC Natural Gas “OPT OUT” Anniversary Mailer is coming!
As you may or may not be aware, NOPEC is required by the Public Utility Commission of Ohio (PUCO) to send out “OPT-OUT” letters to all our natural gas customers every two years. Read more
Swearing in Ceremony/in Uncategorized/by danielle
Congratulations to Mayor William Koons and Councilmembers Bryan Kostura, Gerald Canton and Cynthia Nairn! Read more
Leaf Collection Service Not Provided in the Village/in Uncategorized/by danielle
The Village of South Russell does not offer curbside leaf collection service. If you see leaves at the street in your neighborhood, they were most likely put there by a privately hired landscaping company that will be back to pick them up. Leaves brought to the roadside by residents or landscapers must remain on tree lawns and off the roadway. Residents should make sure that leaves are cleared of and not blocking storm drains, driveway culvert pipes and ditches that could cause backups and minor flooding issues during heavy rains.