North Olmsted Garden Club March Meeting
Come join us for a presentation on North Olmsted’s Gateway Plan presented by Kim Lieber, Director of Planning & Development, guests welcome. Light refreshments served.
Location: North Olmsted Community Cabin
March 13, 2018 7:00PM – 8:30PM
Residential Permits Forum
Are you considering constructing a new fence, deck or home addition? Are you replacing your roof or remodeling your kitchen? If home improvement projects are in your future, join us for our second annual Residential Permits Forum on Monday, February 26 at 7:00pm in City Hall Council Chambers. Meet our Building Department staff and discover how you can ensure a smooth process for your upcoming projects. Get your questions answered. Do you need a building permit for your project? What kind of information do you need to submit? Residents, contractors and design professionals are encouraged to attend.
Heritage Home Program Renewed
Home improvements have never been easier. We’ve renewed North Olmsted’s participation in the Heritage Home Program for 2018. The Cleveland Restoration Society (CRS) offers free technical assistance and advice to the owners of houses that are over 50 years old. This year, more than 7,000 homes in North Olmsted qualify for this program!
Technical assistance involves site visits by CRS employees who evaluate the repairs or improvements that are necessary and appropriate for your house. CRS can provide a homeowner with a list of contractors that do the type of work your project requires. CRS also reviews and advises homeowners about contractor bids. Homeowners can apply for low interest mortgage loans at a fixed rate of 2.0% for up to 10 years. Heritage Home Program loans can be for interior as well as exterior repairs, maintenance, additions and modernizations. Kitchen and bath remodels are two popular uses.
Learn more at www.heritagehomeprogram.org/ and look for an information session about the program this May.
Calling All Artists!
The North Olmsted’s Arts 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. Learn more here.