Trash & Treasure Sale
The OLMSTED HISTORICAL SOCIETY will hold a Trash & Treasure Sale at Frostville Museum, 24101 Cedar Point Rd., North Olmsted Saturday, January 31, 9am-1pm. Weather date if necessary will be February 7. Anybody who would like to contribute items for the sale please contact Bob Lamb at 440-292-7822 or Lambsx5@msn.com to arrange to meet him with your merchandise at Frostville.
Be Your Own Hero
Do your part to keep your family and our neighborhoods safe and prepared. To register or for more information contact WSC Coordinator Tricia Granfors at (440) 716-4135 or email@example.com. Space is limited.
Training begins Saturday, February 28, 2015. The five consecutive Saturday morning classes will be held at the City of Westlake Service Center from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The OLMSTED HISTORICAL SOCIETY will hold a Trash & Treasure Sale at Frostville Museum, 24101 Cedar Point Rd., Saturday, January 31, 9am-1pm. Weather date if necessary will be February 7. Anybody who would like to contribute items for the sale contact Bob Lamb at 440-292-7822 or Lambsx5@msn.com to arrange to meet him with your merchandise at Frostville.
On Monday, October 6th a group from Mrs. Benik's 3rd grade class at Forest came to City Hall to discuss the proposed deer ordinance with Mayor Kennedy. The children petitioned the Mayor to try and think of another way to solve our deer problem without harming them. They are currently learning about petitions and this was a great learning experience for them. Thank you to all who were involved!
16 German students, their teachers and NOHS teacher, Darlene Matthews came to visit City Hall with Mayor Kevin Kennedy on Monday, Septemer 29th as part of North Olmsted High School's foreign exchange student program.
Go North Olmsted!
Go North Olmsted is the community initiative to create the City's 2015 Master Plan. As North Olmsted prepares to celebrate its bicentennial, the city is coming together in an unprecedented way to determine where we GO. For more information about the process and volunteer opportunities and to sign up for Go North Olmsted emails, visit gonortholmsted.org. And follow us on Twitter at @gonortholmsted
Mayor's Scholarship Recipients
May 7, 2014
Each year, Mayor Kennedy hosts his Mayor's 5K Run. With the proceeds, he provides scholarships to senior students. At the May 7th Council Meeting those seniors were recognized. 14 students were each presented with a $250 scholarship from Mayor Kennedy. The Mayor's Scholarship Recipients for 2014 are: Brandon Barda, Beau Bilinsky, Grace Cleary, Jonathan Covell, Gilchrist, Lauretta, Juliana Gorris, Zachary Jones, Jacob Martynowski, Anne McBride, Ryan Medves, Amanda Pfeiffer, Ryan Sara, Taylor Savarino and Catherine Stolar.
The Mayor's Art Show
Gallery Opening - April 2, 2014
City and school officials joined student artists, parents and community members at the opening of the Mayor's Art Show on April 2nd at North Olmsted City Hall. Student works will be displayed in the building during the month of April. Students were presented with certificates of participation and won raffle prizes, courtesy of JoAnn DePolo Studios & Gallery, Geppetto's, Arturo's and Sammi's Deli. The public is welcome to visit City Hall between 8:00am and 4:30pm Monday through Friday.
Carrie Copfer, Director of Finance, and Jessica Howlett, Assistant Director of Finance, receive the Auditor of State Award with Distinction from David Yost on November 13 at the Municipal Finance Officer's meeting.
Auditor of State Award with Distinction Letter
Mayor Kevin Kennedy and Chris Allegra, Administrator of Youth & Family Services pictured with the plaque awarded to the Oxcart Pantry on September 27, 2013 as Program of the Year 2013 - Cuyahoga County by the Cleveland Foodbank. The Oxcart Pantry was selected for the award out of 550+ programs in Cuyahoga and also awarded a $250 grant from the Foodbank for outstanding service in the delivery of food to those in need.
OHIO INCUMBENT WORKFORCE TRAINING VOUCHER PROGRAM
On December 21, 2012 Governor John Kasich annunced a new and aggressive approach to helping Ohio workers improve their skills while also enhancing the economic competitiveness of Ohio companies. The Ohio Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program provides $20 million for training opportunities designed to enhance worker skills. See more...
Ohio Vacant Facilities Fund Incentive Grant Program
Vacant Facilities Overview
Vacant Facilities Pre-Certification Request
Vacant Facilities Program Policies
CITY RECOGNIZED FOR ONGOING EFFORTS IN STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
Fair Housing Video
What Not To Do: See Picture
Helpful Veterans Information
Toll Free Hotline Number: 1-877-424-3838
St. Brendans Website
Severe Weather Resource List
Flooding Safety Tips
Severe Thunderstorm Safety Tips
Power Outage Safety Tips
Sanitary Sewer Construction See Pictures
Grow Your Savings Account with Save NOW
Small Business Grow NOW
Get H.E.L.P. fixing up your home! HOUSING ENHANCEMENT LOAN PROGRAM. Some details are here or more information can be found by calling Bruce Nimrick, Director of Community Programs and Outreach for Cuyahoga County Treasurer's Office at 216-443-2149.
Be a Responsible Neighbor!
The pet ordinances help keep the "leash" on problems. Animal Control Information Page.
Calling All Artists!
The City of North Olmsted's Cultural Activities Commission is looking for artwork from local artists to display on a temporary basis at North Olmsted City Hall. This is an opportunity for artists and art groups to introduce or expand upon the visibility of their artwork through interaction with the local viewing public.
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