NEW: South Carpenter Rd. to close for road work

Brunswick residents who use South Carpenter Road should be aware that the Brunswick Hills Service Department will close the section between Sleepy Hollow and Twain on October 6th and 7th for road work.

UPDATE 9/26: Boston Rd. resurfacing to start in October

Paving work on Boston Road, which had been postponed due to weather-related delays on other projects, has now been scheduled to begin on October 1.

The work will be performed between approximately W. 130th St. and Kensington Court. Two-way traffic will be maintained during the paving, with flaggers on the scene during working hours.  Be prepared for slow-downs and stops in the work area. The construction company plans to be finished by the end of October.

Advisory Council on Aging is looking for a member

If you have ideas about meeting the needs of seniors and would like to represent our community on the Medina County Advisory Council on Aging, there is a position open. You must be a resident of Brunswick for at least two years. Please contact Barb Ortiz at 330-273-8012 or


Yes, it's that close.

Halloween trick-or-treating in the City of Brunswick will be on October 31 from 6-8 pm.

Fall Recycling Collection Day October 11, 2014

Recycle your old phone books, batteries, paint and solvents and used motor oil at the Brunswick Service Garage from 8 am-2 pm. Read more here.

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Position openings

The City has openings for the following:

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magazineBrunswick Area Magazine is out

Arriving in your mailbox is the 2014 edition of Brunswick Area Magazine & Community Guide, chock full of information about local schools, businesses, medical facilities and other facets of our town. You'll also find a link to it in the menu above, under Community.

BCPAAA and Cintas paper shredding event is a success

shreddingThe Brunswick Citizens’ Police Academy Alumni Association and Cintas Corporation joined forces to shred over 6 tons of paper for Brunswick residents. Story

Public auction

A public auction will be held by the City of Brunswick for the sale of unclaimed property and miscellaneous items on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at 9:00 am. Some items include:  bicycles, exercise equipment, pressure washer, diving boards, chair lift, soccer nets, miscellaneous office furniture, vehicles.

All items are sold on an as-is basis, and all sales are final. The location of the sale is Council Chambers, Brunswick City Hall, 4095 Center Rd., Brunswick, Ohio.

All items may be inspected on the date of sale between 8:00 am and 9:00 am.  Auction will begin at 9:00 am. The City of Brunswick will accept full cash payment, certified check, money order or personal checks.  All items must be paid in full and removed on the day of action unless other arrangements are made and approved by the City.

Wow, BAT's on WOW!

Brunswick Area Television is pleased to announce that our Government and Public Access channels are now available on WOW cable in addition to Time Warner.

If you are a WOW subscriber and have a cable converter, you will find our government programs on channel 21 and public access on 22. Those without a cable converter can find the digital feeds of our government channel on 117.21 and our public channel on 117.22. (You can either program these digital channels into your TV manually or run your TV’s auto-channel find function.) The RecChannel and the BEAT will be added at a date to be determined later. 

We thank you for waiting patiently as both we and WOW coordinated the technical details, and look forward to serving our viewers on WOW cable.

Planning Commission Bricker home occupation
Date: 7:30 pm, October 2, 2014
Location: Council Chambers, 4095 Center Rd., Brunswick
Planning Commission Cleveland Costume/Suburban Transportation
Date: 7:30 pm, October 2, 2014
Location: Council Chambers, 4095 Center Rd., Brunswick
Planning Commission Brunswick VFW post 9520 moving message sign
Date: 7:30 pm, October 16, 2014
Location: Council Chambers, 4095 Center Rd., Brunswick

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