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.
Economic Development Manager
The City of Brunswick is seeking an individual for the position of Economic Development Manager. Click here for job summary and more information.
City will hold Community Development Block Grant hearings
The City of Brunswick is eligible for funds from the Community Development Block Grant Small Cities Program. These funds can be used for economic development projects, streets, sewer improvements and other projects. The City is holding the first of two hearings on Tuesday, March 18 at 11 am at Brunswick City Hall. Residents are encouraged to attend and provide their input. Read more.
Ethics meeting cancelled
The Special Meeting of the Ethics Board, scheduled for March 13, 2014 at 6 pm at City Hall, has been cancelled.
Parenting program aims at "Helping Our Hurting Teens"
The Brunswick Police Department is co-sponsoring the presentation "Helping Our Hurting Teens" at Hope Church. The program will explore how parents, adults and leaders can help teenagers deal with the pains and struggles that impact them today. Admission is free but tickets are required. Click here to read more.
Where to call for an AARP tax service appointment
Once again, AARP is offering its free tax preparation service on Tuesdays and Thursdays during tax season.
Customers must call 330-225-9121, ext. 333, to schedule an appointment. Walk-in service is not available. Please note that the phone number above is hosted at Pearlview Care Center, and the tax preparation service is being hosted at Brunswick Area Television, 4274 Manhattan Avenue.
New: list of registered contractors
Planning a repair, improvement or addition to your property? The City of Brunswick maintains a list of registered contractors -- those that provide insurance information, state certificate license, and a performance bond.
You can obtain a list of registered contractors, as well as advice on hiring contractors, by visiting the Building Department's web page.
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 email@example.com, or 330-273-8012.
Protect yourself and your kids from accidental scalding
The American Society of Sanitary Engineering is distributing free TOMMY TEMPERATURE cards to make sure your bath and shower water is at a safe temperature. These free gadgets are available at Brunswick City Hall. Click here to read more about the program!
The Brunswick Division of Police is sharing a list of winter safety tips from the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness. Get the full list here.
Info for snow plow contractors and customers
All private snow removal contractors are reminded they must register with the City prior to engaging in the activity of removing snow on property other than what they own or occupy. Click here for a printable snow removal registration form. You can also find a link to this form by going to the Fast Find menu above and clicking on "Snow plow operators". Residents looking to hire a snow plow contractor should use the same link in the Fast Find menu above.
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