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Commemorative Affairs Board

The City of Brunswick currently has openings on its Commemorative Affairs Board. Members must be registered voters living in the City of Brunswick for a minimum of two years.

Interested parties should contact Council Clerk Barbara Ortiz at 330-273-8012 or at bortiz@brunswick.oh.us

Rec Center makes room available to nonprofits

Non-profit groups may now use the Arts and Crafts room at the Rec Center for free. To book the room, please call the Rec Center at 330-273-8000.

Planning a block party? Here's where to start

You say your neighborhood would like to hold a party, but you don't know how to get a permit? You can now find the application form right here on the web site. From the main menu of the website, click on City Manager/Safety Director > Safety & CodeRED > Block party application. Just fill out the form, submit it to the City Manager's office, and then break out the limbo stick!

Strongsville construction may impact Brunswick traffic on 42

The City of Strongsville is working on improvements to Pearl Road, a project which is expected to take about 18 months. The affected area on Pearl will be at the southern end of Strongsville leading up to Boston Road. Though two way traffic is expected to be maintained during the course of the project, motorists traveling north of the Pearl/Boston intersection can expect traffic delays, depending on the phase of the project.

Update: WOW! construction

Residents will notice workers installing cable lines throughout the City, particularly in the northern half of town during this early phase. Anyone encountering problems (such as cut utility lines) should call WOW Construction Customer Service at 440-625-0296.

Please note the above number is for construction-related issues only. WOW will provide information for residents wishing to sign up for service as they move throughout the community.

City adopts new policy on direct ads, publications

Permits are now required in the City of Brunswick for any business or organization who directly delivers advertising materials, flyers, coupons, newspapers or magazines without a subscription.  To apply for an annual permit, or to learn more, please click here.

Also, please see the City's business questionnaire.

This information is also available in the City Manager's section of the website.