Specialized Construction, Inc., will begin the resurfacing of Mackenzie Road by the end of September. The project will widen travel lanes and provide a new paved shoulder. Due to the widening, additional work to drive aprons, mailboxes and roadside ditches will be performed as needed. Traffic along the roadway and to private property will be maintained at all times, and residents in the construction zone will be notified before work begins. The city received $250,000 through Cuyahoga County’s local resurfacing programs to cover a portion of the $680,000 infrastructure project.
On August 7th, City Council voted to place a recreation levy on the November ballot for North Olmsted voters to decide. Get informed. Join us for one of several upcoming community information sessions and facility tours. See our flyer for a list of opportunities to learn more about the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. Visit our webpage and share information about the plan with your friends and family. Election Day is Tuesday, November 6th. Have a say in the future of our community.
Host your next party in style without breaking the bank. Major renovations at the North Olmsted Community Cabin are complete. Come see the transformation! You’ll immediately notice our new floors and vaulted ceiling which give the Cabin an open, spacious feel. A new HVAC system, LED lighting and a new insulated roof will keep the space comfortable for all types of private events and organization meetings. Use our easy online Reservation Request Form to check availability for your upcoming family and group events.
Mayor Kennedy swears in new Police Chief Bob Wagner on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
Qualifying North Olmsted homeowners are eligible for a new property maintenance resource now through the end of 2017! If your home is 50 years old or older, this may be just the program for you. The Heritage Home Programsm (HHP) offers free home repair and maintenance advice, personalized site visits, and access to as low as 2.0% fixed-interest financing over a 5-10 year term. There will be an information session about the program April 24, 2017 in Council Chambers at City Hall at 7pm. If you are unable to attend but would like to learn more, contact HHP staff at (216) 426-3116 or HHP@heritagehomeprogram.org. You can also visit the Program’s website at www.heritagehomeprogram.org.
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.
FirstEnergy Solutions (FES) has recently terminated its agreement with Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) for the energy aggregation program serving your community. The termination is effective in January 2017. Both FES and NOPEC have conferred and developed a set of jointly approved FAQs: Click Here
Curbside Brush Chipping Program: Week of April 25th – September 19th
Republic Services Yard Waste Collection: Week of April 11th – December 1st (on regular trash day)
Next Household Hazardous Collection: April 11th – 24th. Drop off is located behind City Hall at Fleet Garage.
Please call 440-734-8200 for more information on memberships and classes!