From the Mayor's Desk.....
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Thank you for all you do in making our community a special place in which to live. In the midst of the trials of 2014, new hope has blossomed in the form of renewed commitment to making Bucyrus the best small town in Ohio and America. Each day I am thankful for all of you and wish you peace and joy over the Holidays and a wonderful 2015.
There are too many people to thank and too little space in this column but please know that our community is made better by the efforts made by individuals and organizations to help those less fortunate, especially at Christmas. Our city administration is in your debt. I have enjoyed being your Mayor for the last six months and I will work hard to be worthy of the office that has been entrusted to me.
Merry Christmas to all.
The small city in the middle of everywhere!
City of Bucyrus
500 South Sandusky Avenue
Bucyrus, Ohio 44820
Phone: (419) 562-6767
Fax: (419) 562-4013
We are in North Central Ohio at the busy intersection of US Rt. 30 and St. Rt. 4. We are centrally located to major destinations in Ohio.
- 60 minutes north of Columbus
- 60 minutes south of Lake Erie
- 30 minutes west of Interstate 71
- 45 minutes east of Interstate 75
- 50 minutes south of the Ohio Turnpike
- 90 minutes from Toledo
- 90 minutes from the Greater Cleveland Area
Yes, we are the “small city out in the middle of everywhere”! Bucyrus offers small city living with easy access to large cities with major sporting events, museums, shopping, and other entertainment. You may also know us as the “Bratwurst Capital of America”, our well-known three day festival during the third week in August.
We hope this website provides you with the information about our community you need. If you are searching for a community to expand or locate a business, you can be assured that we are the place you are looking for. If you need additional information, please contact us and we will be glad to help you.
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|Bucyrus was founded||1821|
|Date of Incorporation as a City||February 21, 1833|
|Form of Government||Mayor-Council|
|Population according to 2010 Census||12,362|
|Area||7.49 Sq. Miles|
|Miles of Streets||89.4|
|Number of Street Lights||1,269|
|Number of Traffic Signals||142|
|Number of Teachers||125|
|Number of Students||1,684|
|Number of Stations||1|
|Number of Firemen and Clerical Staff||16|
|Number of Part-time Firemen||2|
|Number of Stations||1|
|Number of Policemen and Clercial Staff||19|
|Miles of Water Mains||81.9|
|Miles of Sanitary Sewers||81|
|Miles of Storm Sewers||23.7|
|Number of Customers|
Parks and Recreation
|Number of Parks||4|
|Number of Swimming Pools||1|
|Number of Tennis Courts||2|
|Number of Municipal Golf Courses||1|
|Number of Baseball and Softball Diamonds||9|
|Number of Soccer Fields||2|
|Disk Golf Course||18 holes|