Take the mic or grab a seat at the North Olmsted Arts Commission’s newest event aimed at promoting the performing arts.
Pick up some fresh produce, herbs and honey at this mobile farmer market popping up this summer at the North Olmsted Senior Center.
Learn more about Swensons Drive-In coming this July to the corner of Dover Center and Lorain Roads.
We sat down with Donna Sabo of the North Olmsted Garden Club to learn more about the North Olmsted Garden Club as they "spring" into warmer weather. Be sure to stop by their table at Earth Fair on April 22nd at the North Olmsted Community Cabin!
Learn more about five North Olmsted High School student artists whose work will be on display during the Mayor's Art Show exhibit from Friday, March 23rd through Friday, April 27th.
You asked and we listened. During the 2015 Master Plan process, residents said they want North Olmsted to be a more attractive place to live, visit and invest. Improvements in the physical realm to our streetscapes, entranceways, neighborhoods and parks can enhance the appearance of the city and foster a greater sense of civic pride. To this end we are crafting a Gateways Plan which proposes exciting new enhancements at city entrance points, along major corridors and at other key locations in the community.
Just in time for warm weather, enjoy North Olmsted’s latest investment in bicycle infrastructure.
North Olmsted residents 60 and older or with disabilities now have a versatile new transportation option to get around town.
For many North Olmsted residents, logging into their personal computer is a simple task that allows them to connect with friends and family online. With the Senior Center’s recently-completed Discover Digital Literacy Pilot Program, twelve senior citizens learned important computer basics to embrace the digital world!
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 exhibit 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. City Engineer Pete DiFranco made a presentation to the Environmental Control Committee of City Council on Wednesday, November 9th in which he highlighted key accomplishments. DiFranco described the approach to tackle the issue of storm water management as “a wide range of effort, with projects large and small, public and private, new improvements and retrofits along with ongoing maintenance efforts.”