road levy ahead

The facts, questions and answers about the City of Brunswick 1.2 mill road levy on the May 6, 2014 ballot

The City of Brunswick has prepared a fact sheet detailing information about the May 6 1.2 mill road levy, answering questions about info meetinghow money raised through the road levy willbe used.

The levy is focused on repairing neighborhood streets, using a combination of concrete replacement, asphalt replacement and crack sealing.

buttonGet your questions answered about the road levy. You can also use the handy calculator below to find out how much it would cost you.

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Now open: swim
class registration

swimmerSwim class registration is now fully open to members and non-members, with phone registrations now being accepted.

See theĀ Learn-to-Swim page for schedules of spring and summer classes!

Kids' spring & summer sports are coming!

Starting in summer: flag football, lacrosse, sports camp and tennis!

To sign your child up for any of these sports, go to the Recreation section and click on Programs > Sports - youth.

New! Drop-in aerobics

Now you can get fit for a fin! Just stop in to any aerobics class whenever the spirit moves you. The Rec Center is offering single drop-in classes at a rate of $5 each.

Planning Commission meeting cancelled

The Planning Commission meeting that was scheduled for May 1, 2014 has been cancelled. This includes the public hearing that was scheduled for that date.

Job fair this Friday

The Brunswick Area Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the City of Brunswick and OhioMeansJobs Medina County will hold a Job and Career Fair on Friday, April 25, 2014 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Brunswick Recreation Center at 3637 Center Rd.

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For additional information please contact the Chamber at 330-225-8411 or

recycling emblemNEW UPDATE: Branch chipping, recycling, document shredding

Ready to spruce up your house and yard?

Branch chipping: The City has announced that spring branch chipping week will be May 12-16, 2014.

Document shredding: The Brunswick Citizens Police Academy will hold a Document Shredding Day on May 31 from 10 am until noon, in the City Hall parking lot. Residents should bring non-perishable foods or a cash donation to Brunswick food pantries.

Recycling Collection Day, Appliance Round-Up: The Medina County Solid Waste District has announced dates for its spring Appliance Round-Up as well as its spring Recycling Collection Day. The Appliance Round-Up, as its name suggests, is for disposal of household appliances. Recycling Collection Day is for paint, oil, tires, antifreeze, phone books and batteries. Click here to see the SWD schedule for dates, times and locations.

Related: Clean-Up Collection Day

insuranceOne weird trick to get cheap car insurance!

Ohio drivers have found this one weird trick that gives them the cheapest car insurance in the state: live in Brunswick!

City Manager's newsletter discusses roads, home improvements and more

There's a lot to talk about in this edition, including the upcoming road levy, garage sales, home improvement contractors, home rehabilitation funds, the Brunswick Lake Fitness Path, and more. Click here.

Brunswick logo PT Parks employee

The City of Brunswick is accepting applications for a part-time employee for the Parks Department. Click here for more information.

NEW: Report a problem to the Service Department

Do you need to report a pothole, non-working street light or other problem to the city's Service Department? Now you can file an action request directly. Click on the menu button above that says Contact the City, and select Report a problem to the Service Department.

Restaurant guide updated

Did you know that Brunswick has several new places for food? Find Los 4 Amigos, Mevolli's Pizza, and the Delish Cupcakery and Bake Shoppe, along with established favorites like Honey Hut, in the city's Restaurant Guide, in the Fast Find menu above.

Speak up for the trees

The City is looking for persons to serve on the Tree Advisory Committee. Any resident with a minimum of two years residency may contact Barb Ortiz at, or 330-273-8012.

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