Welcome to North Olmsted
Welcome to the City of North Olmsted, Ohio! We are a community comprised of strong neighborhoods, thriving retail and entertainment, and growing businesses. Our vibrant shopping destinations offer a diversity of quality goods and services. Explore our parks and recreation amenities, which include two Cleveland Metroparks, two golf courses, athletic fields, community parks and a Recreation Complex, including a newly renovated fitness center. See the sights at the beautiful Rocky River Reservation, home to the Frostville Museum and the Rocky River Nature Center. Plan a tee time at Springvale Golf Course, a beautifully maintained 18-hole public golf course. Springvale’s historic ballroom is a charming venue for your next special event. North Olmsted is a great community for families boasting excellent educational services. Whether you are a visitor, prospective resident, or looking to find the right location for your business, we invite you to see all that North Olmsted has to offer.
The entire North Olmsted community is invited to attend Mayor Kevin Kennedy’s annual State of the City luncheon on Thursday, February 16th at Springvale Ballroom. Learn about what’s going on in the City and new initiatives planned which will ensure that North Olmsted is a place future generations will love. Doors open at 11:30am for business networking; lunch service begins at noon. Your $20 ticket includes a plated lunch and raffle prizes! Lunch menu includes bruschetta chicken, roasted red skin potatoes, green beans, salad and dessert. Vegetarian option available by request, indicate during registration.
Registrations are required by February 10th. Pay in advance by credit card or bring cash or check to the door. Register and purchase tickets through our website: http://www.north-olmsted.com/event/state-of-the-city/?instance_id=989
Mayor Kevin Kennedy’s administration recently released an overview of projects and initiatives the city has undertaken to improve North Olmsted’s drainage system. The overview documents a wide range of both storm water and sanitary system projects that, in combination, have reduced instances of flooding in the city after major storm events. Read the Press Release for more information. Also, the Drainage Projects Map contains specific details of the various completed and proposed projects.