Labor Day hours
Brunswick city offices: Closed Labor Day, September 1
Receation Center: Closed Labor Day, September 1
Refuse pickup: No pickup on Sept. 1; one day late the remainder of that week
Boston Rd. to be resurfaced in September
Beginning September 8, the City will be paving the south side of Boston Road. The work will be performed on an area stretching from west of W. 130th Street to near Pearl Road. Boston is expected to remain open to traffic during the paving, with eastbound and westbound drivers sharing the one open lane. The project is scheduled to last approximately two months. Be prepared for slow-downs and stops in the work area.
Special date for branch chipping on Boston Rd.
Because of the resurfacing of Boston Road, branch chipping along that street will occur on September 2. This date is for Boston Road only. The rest of the city will follow the schedule below.
Fall branch chipping announced
The City has scheduled this year's branch chipping for the week of September 15-19. Click here for full information.
Yee-ha! Round up those appliances
The Medina County Solid Waste District will be holding its fall Appliance Round-Up on Saturday, September 13th from 8 am to 2 pm, at the Plum Creek engineer facility, 2417 Plum Creek Parkway.
Major home appliances that will be accepted include refrigerators and freezers, washing machines and dryers, dishwashers, ranges, air conditioners, hot water tanks, dehumidifiers and small kitchen appliances.
Fall Recycling Collection Day will be on October 11th. Watch for more details.
BCPAAA hosts document shredding
Document Shred Day will be held in the City Hall parking lot on September 27th from 10 am to noon. Donations of non-perishable foods and/or cash donations will be accepted for Brunswick Food Pantries.
Position openings & open examinations
The City has openings for the following:
- Assistant Finance Director
- part time Parks Department.
The City is also giving an open competitive exam for the position of Patrol Officer. Click here for more information about these postings.
Get your garage sale permit online
Residents who would like to hold a garage sale can now fill out an application online. Applicants will receive a confirming e-mail permit from the City. The online application can be found in the Community Development section of the website, and in the Fast Find menu above.
Make Mayor's Court payments online
If you have an appearance scheduled in Mayor's Court and your offense is waiverable, you now have the option of making your payment online instead of in person at City Hall. Visit the Mayor's Court page and check out the section on "Online Payments".
Brunswick really rates!
Last year, Cleveland Magazine rated the suburbs, and Brunswick came in a very admirable 16th. This year we've climbed to 14th!
The factors that go into Cleveland Magazine's evaluation include education, safety, property tax affordability, housing, walkability and public services. The article is available only in the print version of the magazine (not online), but you can preview how Brunswick compares to other suburbs here.
Related: Detailed story from The Post
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