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WINTER REMINDERS

Sidewalks (businesses & residences)

660.05 Duty to Keep Sidewalks Clean & In Good Repair
(A minor misdemeanor with a fine of not more than $150.00).

Keep them safe for children walking to school and to school buses, as well as for adults.

You can check the City’s list of snow plow operators who clean sidewalks here.

WINTER REMINDERS

Depositing snow in the street

Shoveling, blowing or pushing snow back into the street is prohibited, as it may cause motorists to lose control of their vehicles and cause injury or damage.

Residents violating this prohibition (City Code section 412.01) may be subject to citation. 

WINTER REMINDERS

Culverts and catch basins

Keep driveway culverts and catch basins free of debris and ice build-up to prevent flooding during periods of thaw.

WINTER REMINDERS

Fire hydrants

Keep fire hydrants clean and free of snow build-up. This will assist the Fire Department in locating hydrants if an emergency develops.

2018-19 snow plow list published

For those wanting to hire a snow plow contractor for this winter, the City’s list of licensed contractors is now available.

Click Info for residents in the menu above and in the second column select Snow plow operators. Contractors can also access the City’s registration form from the same page.

CHIP program now accepting applications

Funding may be available for home owner rehabilitation. Learn more about the program here.

Energy & car repair assistance programs available

Low income residents can apply for help with energy and car repair costs. Click on the Community tab in the main menu above and select Assistance Programs to learn more.

Public hearings

None at this time

Upcoming events

  1. Committee of the Whole meeting

    February 25 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  2. City Council meeting

    February 25 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  3. Mayor’s Court

    February 26 @ 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm
  4. Ethics Board special meeting – CANCELED

    March 1 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  5. North Carpenter Rd. informational meeting

    March 5 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  6. Mayor’s Court

    March 5 @ 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm
  7. Planning Commission meeting

    March 7 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

About Brunswick

Brunswick is the largest city in Medina County, yet it still has that small town feel. With convenient highway access to Cleveland and Akron, Brunswick is a popular destination for prospective homeowners and businesses.

Population: 34,756 ⋅ Median household income: $62,015

(2016 US Census Bureau statistics)

Hear the City’s official theme

About Brunswick

Brunswick is the largest city in Medina County, yet it still has that small town feel. With convenient highway access to Cleveland and Akron, Brunswick is a popular destination for prospective homeowners and businesses.

Population: 34,756 ⋅ Median household income: $62,015

(2016 US Census Bureau statistics)

Hear the City’s official theme