CONSIDER THE CRAWFORD COUNTY LAND BANK AS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO YOUR BLIGHTED RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY.
The City of Bucyrus will conduct a Civil Service examination for a General Laborer in the Streets/Service/Solid Waste/Water Distribution Departments to establish an eligibility list for immediate openings. These positions are with full benefits and OPERS. The minimum starting rate of pay is $15.46 per hour. Applicants must be 18 years of age, have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent and a valid driver’s license. A CDL is a plus. LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS JOB
Comment forms for the ODOT N. Sandusky Avenue proposed bike lane project are available in the Mayor's office and all comments and questions will be collected through February 10, 2019.
Is your home in need of Repair?
You may be eligible for assistance!!!
For additional information please contact
Community Housing Impact and Preservation
Please call (419) 562-6583 for additional information
The City of Bucyrus, is soliciting statements of qualification and proposals to design and build a stage in Schines Art Park located at the corner of Sandusky Avenue and Warren Street in the City of Bucyrus. The project is being funded by a Grant administered by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The project does not require the payment of prevailing wages.
Below is a list of document for the RFQP
delinquent personal property tax statement-08292018-001
Sign up for Bucyrus and Crawford Alerts! In the event of an emergency, boil advisory, or severe weather condition, an alert may be sent to the phone number provided by voice, text and/or email.
This is a free service provided by Crawford County, OH, however, normal message fees may apply. To receive text messages to your cell phone, your cell phone must have text messaging capabilities. Notifications are dependent upon external providers (phone carrier, cell phone, email). Crawford County cannot guarantee notifications will be received by the intended recipient.
Alerts sent from Crawford Alerts will originate from 69310 for text messages and (419)563-1870 for phone calls. Please be sure to save these in your phone under Bucyrus Alerts.
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The Crawford County Land Bank will be working to help return vacant, low value properties to productive use. This involves acquiring properties and sometimes managing the demolition of unwanted, blighted residential structures. The land bank will not seek to hold properties for extended periods of time but can transfer land to interested and eligible landowners.
Currently, the Crawford County Land Bank is working to acquire blighted, vacant homes that have been recommended for demolition, using funding provided by a grant from the State of Ohio. We need to have 35 vacant homes in our possession by May 18, 2017 in order to continue to qualify for the full amount of the grant funding. We can receive properties by the Tax Foreclosure process and donations. At this time, it would be beneficial if any property owner would like to donate an unwanted, low value residential property to the land bank for demolition. Please contact Barb McCullough, manager at 419-562-7861 or send a message for further information.
The railroad crossing at Oakwood Avenue will be closed from February 8th until February 15th for repairs.
Fellow Residents of Bucyrus:
Thursday was an historic day in Bucyrus. Transparency in local government is here to stay! I led the effort to open our city's finance to you the taxpayer by being one of the very first municipalities in the state to sign up for OhioCheckbook.com. I met with Ohio State Treasurer, Josh Mandel on September 24 in Columbus for the announcement. Just go to www.ohiocheckbook.com and click on the "Local Gov and Schools" tab in the upper right hand corner. Enter "Bucyrus" to view our city's checkbook and see how we spend your tax dollars.
Thanks to City Auditor Joyce Schifer for providing support to Treasurer Mandel's office during the implementation of the program. Joyce's support was critical in making Bucyrus a leader in government transparency.
Mayor Jeff Reser