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Bell Creek Intermediate School
April 22, 2016


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Now Accepting Applications for EMTs and Paramedics WITHOUT Firefighter Certifications!  - Part-time positions available for emergency medical service providers! if you are an EMT-B or Paramedic without Firefighter Certifications, consider applying to become an EMS-only employee for the Sugarcreek Township Fire Department! Read on...

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Bridge Closure on Lower Bellbrook Road  - The bridge on Lower Bellbrook Road between SR 725 and Little Miami Drive will be closed for approximately 60 days starting on June 6, 2016. Read on...

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Greene County Public Health Dept. Mosquito Control Program  - Each summer, mosquitoes are a familiar biting pest in backyards, parks and campgrounds. Most are merely a nuisance and are not major vectors of diseases. Read on...

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EMS-Only Positions Available! – Part-time positions available for emergency medical service providers; if you are an EMT-B or Paramedic without Firefighter Certifications, consider applying to become an EMS-only employee for the Sugarcreek Township Fire Department!

Click HERE for more information!


New Farmers' Market Location Announced! – Sugarcreek Township's Farmers' Market has moved down Wilmington Pike to the Sugarcreek Health Center between Kohls Department Store and Kroger! Vendors will be set up at the northeast corner of the property, along E. Briggs Road. Parking is available directly adjacent to the market. Click HERE for more information about the Sugarcreek Farmers' Market!

The summer market begins on May 20, 2016! See you there!

Where do I Recycle?
Environmental Services drop-off Recycling Center accepts cardboard, #1 and #2 plastics, glass bottles and jars, metal cans, paper, magazines, phone books, soft cover books, newspaper, rechargeable batteries, lead acid batteries and household alkaline batteries. Environmental Services also accepts cellular phones and mercury during normal hours of operation.  Mercury must be double bagged in zip-lock type plastic bags.  Hours of operation.