Welcome to the City of North Olmsted

Mayor Kevin Kennedy

Welcome to the City of North Olmsted! Whether you are looking for a new home, place of business or a fun day of shopping, entertainment and a great meal, I know you will find our community has a lot to offer.

Come see what's new at Great Northern Mall and stay for a movie at Regal Cinema 10, which opened last year. Our parks and recreation opportunities are unmatched and include two Cleveland Metroparks reservations, two golf courses, community parks and a Recreation Center. The beautiful Rocky River Reservation is home to the Frostville Museum and has miles of walking trails. Explore the area's history and take in spectacular views at the Rocky River Nature Center. Golfers - plan a tee time at Springvale Golf Course and Ballroom, a 6,304-yard, 18-hole public golf course and banquet facility. The city's Recreation Center is open to residents and nonresidents alike. This summer, visit our two ice rinks, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and indoor tennis courts and gymnastics center. The city's newly renovated fitness center is now open for business!

Look no further for a great community to live and raise your family. The North Olmsted City Schools continue to be a high performing district. We are proud that the district has earned the state's highest designation, Excellent with Distinction, consistently throughout the past seven years.

2015 marks North Olmsted's bicentennial, and we are looking forward to a significant milestone in the city. Plans are underway to make it a fun year full of activities and events celebrating our community and its history as we also look ahead to our bright future. Please join us in celebrating our community. For more information please visit www.celebratenortholmsted.com.

Our website offers you continuing access to our city and its services. We hope you will find it to be a helpful resource and a simple way to keep in touch with what is going on around town. Again, welcome to our community and if we can be of service to you, please call North Olmsted City Hall at (440) 777-8000. 

Announcements


Memorial Day Parade- VFW Post 7647

May 25, 2015 10:30 AM - Start at North Olmsted City Hall- End at North Olmsted Community Park

Click here for the Memorial Day Ceremony Agenda


North Olmsted Community Scholarship 5K Race Bicentennial Edition Saturday June 6th North Olmsted Park 8:30AM

All proceeds benefit scholarships for area students

For more information: Entry Form

Online Registration: http://www.hermescleveland.com/roadracing/events/northolmsted.asp

 


2015 NOPD SAFETY TOWN REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. Registration can be made at the North Olmsted Police Department. For more details 2015 SAFETY TOWN


Compost Seminar- Tuesday May 26th, 2015 7:00 PM Springvale Ballroom- Click Here for more information


CHARTER REVIEW COMMISSION – ACCEPTING WRITTEN RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC (click here)


North Olmsted Recreation Center- Join Today!

Click Here : North Olmsted Recreation Center Open House Video 

On December 20th and 21st 2014, the North Olmsted Recreation Center hosted an Open House to show off the new Fitness Center and renovations taking place. The Fitness Center is NOW OPEN to the public daily from 5am-10pm. Please call 440-734-8200 for more information on memberships and classes!


 

City Service Friendly Reminders

Republic Service YARD WASTE Collection 2015 season will begin April 13th through November 27th. For more information please click Resident Services (Garbage & Recycle) at the top of the homepage.

Curbside Brush Chipping Program 2015 season will begin April 27th through September 21st. For more information and schedule please click Resident Services (Curbside Brush Chipping) at the top of the homepage.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection July 6th through July 20th drop off location is at the Fleet Garage at City Hall.


 Tips to Help Protect Against Mosquitos Bites:

  • Apply an EPA-registered insect repellent before heading outside.
  • Wear long sleeves and pants outside from dawn to dusk, which is prime time for most mosquito activity.
  • Empty any standing water from bird baths, flower planters as well as toys and playground equipment outside the home to help prevent water from collecting. Mosquitoes only need a small amount of water – just a few inches – to breed.
  • Clean gutters and downspouts regularly or cover them with mesh to help prevent leaves and debris from collecting and holding water.
  •  Make sure screens around the home, both on windows and doors, fit tightly and have no holes to help keep mosquitoes from making their way into the house.
  • Eliminate standing water inside the home that may attract mosquitoes to spaces like kitchen sinks and pet bowls.

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