Announced earlier this year, the City's Department of Building is beginning an Annual Door-to-Door Inspection Program, inspecting all residential properties in the City on a 5-year rotating basis (see the Press Release for the initial announcement). ABC News 5 also covered the Program recently, featuring Mayor Annette Blackwell and Housing Manager Brendan Zak.
Councilpersons Dana Anderson and Richard Trojanski and Castle High School are hosting a coat drive on December 11, 2021 between 10:00a and 12:00p. See the Coat Drive flyer for more information.
The Department of Human Services published the December 2021 Golden Maple Leaves newsletter and the December 2021 Senior Center Menu.
City Council's Community Life and Education Committee is hosting its 5th Annual Pre-Thanksgiving Gobble Gobble on November 23, 2021 between 6:00p and 8:00p. See the Pre-Thanksgiving Gobble Gobble flyer (PDF) for more information.
CHN Housing Partners launched their Delinquent Property Tax Assistance Program to address delinquent property taxes for individuals who have experienced a COVID-19 hardship after January 21, 2020. This pilot program is funded by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) via U.S. Department of the Treasury funds made available through the American Rescue Plan of 2021.
The Service Department recently received a new Ford truck that will help with numerous tasks around the City, including snow plowing and grass cutting. The new truck modernizes the City's fleet of equipment that serves the residents of the City.
Existing and newly eligible residents and small businesses in NOPEC member communities will receive natural gas enrollment letters in the mail beginning November 10th. The enrollment period will run through December 13th, 2021, for the contract beginning January 2022 through June 2023. To help inform residents about the upcoming natural gas mailing, NOPEC has provided
The Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) has announced a a $306 million settlement with FirstEnergy that will be refunded to customers over the next 4 years. Read more about the settlement in the Fact Sheet (PDF).
Councilpersons Dana Anderson and Richard Trojanski and Castle High School are hosting a coat drive on November 20, 2021 between 10:00a and 12:00p. See the Coat Drive flyer for more information.