alertWater being restored

Updated 3:30 pm, Jan. 24 -- The water main break which caused the entire Brunswick area to lose water pressure is under repair. Residents should begin seeing their water pressure slowly return to normal.

The break took place in the Boston/Pearl Road area.

No boil alert is necessary in connection with the incident.

sirenOutdoor warning siren testing begins Feb. 7

The City's renovated emergency outdoor warning siren system will undergo its first monthly test on Saturday, February 7th at noon. Residents can expect to hear the sirens for approximately one minute. They will be tested on the first Saturday of every month thereafter.

The sirens will augment CodeRED, the City's primary emergency alert service, which can coderedsend phone and text messages in an emergency situation and deliver specific information. Read more about CodeRED here.

daddy-daughter dance

Daddy-Daughter Dance is only a few weeks away

The 2015 Daddy-Daughter Dance is coming on Saturday, February 14th. The theme is the movie "Frozen".

The Dance will be held at the Recreation Center from 6:30-10 pm. Ticket prices are $15 per person, and include music, dinner and dessert. Tickets sell out fast, so contact the Rec Center front desk at 330-273-8000.


AARP to offer tax service again

The AARP will be providing free tax preparation services in Brunswick. Appointment times fill up quickly, so call 330-225-7100, ext. 9514 to schedule.

As in previous years, BAT is hosting the AARP service at 4274 Manhattan Avenue. BAT cannot make appointments, however. Please call 330-225-7100, ext. 9514 to get scheduled.

Too cold? Play indoors at the Rec

Does your preschooler get cabin fever when the outdoor temps start to drop? The indoor playground is now open and runs through the end of March. Details.

rta busBrunswick RTA bus route #451 to become the 251

Riders of the #451 RTA bus at Laurel Square should expect a nomenclature change beginning March 1st. The bus route will be renumbered the 251.

GCRTA informed the City that the bus route itself will not change -- nor will the scheduled departure and arrival times. Also, the buses will continue to display "Brunswick" as their destination. They simply will no longer use the separate 451 designation when they travel beyond the Strongsville Park and Ride into Brunswick. In short, riders will see no change to the bus service other than the number, 251.

Please clear the sidewalks for kids

At this time of year, school children who walk or take the bus, as well as pedestrians of all ages, are depending on you to keep your sidewalk clear. Please take the extra few minutes to make sure your sidewalk is passable and free of ice and snow. (City ordinance 660.05)

Legal advertisement

By order of the Council of the City of Brunswick, sealed proposals will be accepted at the Brunswick Municipal Service Center located at 4095 Center Road until 12:00 noon local time on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, for the following contracts:

2015-001 Hot Mix Asphalt
2015-002 Limestone
2015-003 Street Sweeping
RFP-2015-001 Advertising on Brunswick Transit Alternative

Proposals must be submitted in accordance with the specifications and proposal forms on file at the Office of Administrative Services.

Anthony J. Bales
City Manager, City of Brunswick

Vacancy, Charter Review Commission


The City of Brunswick has a vacancy on the Charter Review Commission. Interested parties must be a Brunswick resident for a minimum of two years and a registered voter. Contact Barb Ortiz at 330-273-8012 or

Contractor renewal information for 2015

Contractors and subcontractors working in the City of Brunswick should check out these notes about renewal for 2015.

snow plowSnow biz

As usual, the City is supplying its list of registered snow plow operators, for those residents who don't clear their own snow. Click on the Fast Find menu above and select Snow Plow Operators.

And if you're a snow plow operator looking to get licensed by the City, you can find that information there too!

heatNeed financial assistance with heating bills?

If you are a lower income family and need help paying your heating bills this winter, Community Action Wayne/Medina may be able to help. Check out our assistance page in the Fast Find menu at the top of this page.

Planning Commission Map/text application, rezoning 3.2 acres in order to construct an
event hosting facility, Mapleside Farms, 294 Pearl Rd.

Date: 7:30 pm, February 5, 2015
Location: Council Chambers, 4095 Center Rd., Brunswick

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