Sycamore

The Village of Sycamore was named after the Sycamore Creek in Wyandot County. Located in Sycamore Township, the village was founded in 1842. Sycamore, whose mayor is Matt Boucher, is a farming community that hosts over 43 small businesses in the immediate area. As of the census of 2010, there were 861 people located in the village. A popular place to visit is the Mohawk Community Library, which is directed by Susan Runion. The library hosts many activities including the Kidz Klub and Movie Night for area youths. There is a multitude of restaurants in town that can satisfy anyone’s culinary tastes. Sycamore also features the Sycamore Telephone Company, which is locally owned and operated and has been in business for over 100 years. Banking needs can also be taken care of at the First National Bank of Sycamore, which was founded in 1919. Area children attend the Mohawk Local School District, which serves over 900 students. The village is within 9 miles of the nearest interstate highway which makes it easy for those in the village when they travel. Due to its small size and friendly inhabitants, Sycamore is a great family-oriented village.