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Notice of Burn Barrel Policy
Jun 21, 2014
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Building Permit Fees
Jun 20, 2014
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Snow and Ice Removal Policy
Jun 20, 2014
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The Village of Suring is located on the 45th parallel. This places the community halfway between the North Pole and the equator.  With a population of approximately 545, Suring is a friendly, family oriented community. Residents and businesses share a community spirit that makes Suring an outstanding place to live and work. 

The Oconto River flows directly through the Village of Suring, on the West end of town.  Just North of the Village, the North and South Branches of the Oconto River converge to create the main Oconto River.  Other tributaries, such as the Peshtigo Brook and the Linzy Creek also flow into the Oconto River.

The Oconto River offers the opportunity of sightseeing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing and any and all sorts of river related activities.  An excellent recreation and picnic area, boat landing, walking bridge and nature boardwalk are just some of the amenities the Oconto River and "Riverside Park" in Suring has to offer.




Grass Clippings Blown Onto Village Streets

 Are Prohibited


No person may blow grass clippings, leaves or any other form of yard waste onto Village Streets.  This is prohibited because yard waste blown onto Village streets causes catch basins to block up and prevents water runoff from entering the storm sewer.  This is a violation of  Municipal Code Chapter 6, Section 2-18 and is subject to penalty.

Warning!  Stop Flushing Feminine Hygiene Products, Household Wipes And Baby Wipes Down The Toilet.

Please refrain from flushing any feminine hygiene products (plastic applicators, tampons, sanitary pads), household wipes or baby wipes down the toilet.  These items are notorious for clogging up pipes and creating problems for the sewage systems.  Many of these products are advertised as flushable, disposable or biodegradable but in reality they are not.  Think about it, the majority of these items are made of plastic, polyester, and cotton fibers.  All of these materials may eventually break down, but it can take years to do so.

All feminine hygiene products, household wipes and baby wipes should be disposed of in the trash, even if the packaging suggests otherwise.

Do not flush your feminine hygiene products, household wipes or baby wipes down the toilet.  Please dispose of them in your garbage can.  







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