UPDATE: Leaf pickup to start final sweep

Beginning Monday, November 30th, service crews will begin the final sweep through the City. All leaves should be placed at the curb by Monday, November 30th for pickup that week.

Please note: for safety reasons, please do not pile leaves around fire hydrants, electrical boxes, cable/phone boxes, telephone poles, light poles or mailboxes.

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Brunswick seeks Director of Public Service, part time Maintenance Supervisor

city logoThe City of Brunswick is accepting resumes for two positions: Director of Public Service, and part time Maintenance Supervisor. Read more here.

Rec Center now hiring

The Recreation Center is looking for a part-time Maintenance Supervisor. Details.

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Light Up the Lake

Plans are underway for this year's Light up the Lake celebration in December. Follow the RecCenter facebook page for updates.


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Thanksgiving hours

City offices
Closed Thu., Nov. 26
and Fri., Nov. 27
Rec Center
Closed Thu., Nov. 26
Open Fri., Nov. 27
Refuse pickup
One day late Nov. 26-27

Planning Commission vacancy

The City of Brunswick has an opening on the Planning Commission. The Commission meets the first and third Thursdays of the month. Anyone interested must be a registered voter and have lived in the City for a minimum of two years. Interested parties should contact Barb Ortiz at 330-273-8012 or bortiz@brunswick.oh.us.

Contractors, time for annual registration

Contractors and subcontractors doing business in the City of Brunswick can register for 2016 here.

Time to think about snow plowing

It's time to think about hiring a snow plow company. Click on the Fast Find menu above to see a list of licensed snow plow operators. (This list will be updated periodically.)

alertCity residents receiving scam phone calls from "IRS", "Treasury"

Residents should be aware that our area is currently being hit by a number of scam phone calls, purporting to be from the IRS, Treasury Department or other agencies. These phone calls originate from different area codes, asking residents for personal information or threatening them with arrest if information is not provided.

Thus far twenty-six of these calls have been reported. If you receive one of these calls, hang up and do not give them any information.

If you believe you may actually owe money, hang up and call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040. If you do not owe money, you can report the call to the Treasury Inspector General at 1-800-366-4484.

Interest rate notice for 2016

The interest rate for taxable year 2016 is 5%.

Ohio Revised Code 718.27 requires the interest rate for tax underpayments be the federal short-term rate (rounded to the nearest whole number percent) plus five percent (5%). Interest shall be imposed per annum, on all unpaid income tax, unpaid estimated income tax, and unpaid withholding tax. The rate shall apply for the calendar year next following the July of the year in which the federal short-term rate is determined.

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