Road project updates

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UPDATED 10/8: New updates in the following section:

  • Center Road

Click on the Road Work sign to read the latest info.

WEOL puts a spotlight on Brunswick

Elyria radio station WEOL (930 AM) has been spending the week in our city talking to a host of community leaders, including the Director of Tri-C's Brunswick Campus, Terri Hradek; Dan Geyer, President of Brunswick Youth Sports; Mayor Ron Falconi; and the City's Public Communications Manager, Jeff Neidert.

You can listen to all the interviews here on WEOL's website.

pumpkinO Great Pumpkin, where are you?

Mayor Ron Falconi has set this year's date for Halloween trick-or-treating. It will be held from 6-8 pm on Saturday, Oct. 31.

On Saturday Afternoon, October 31st from 3:30-5:30pm, join us for a Halloween Party at the Rec for infants through 6year olds. We'll have candy (while it lasts) and a DJ Dance Party!

Christmas Lights, The Brief and Strangely Interesting History Of

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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Columbus Day hours

City offices
Closed Monday, Oct. 12
Rec Center
Refuse pickup
On regular schedule

Mayor's Court to start 15 minutes earlier

Beginning October 6th, 2015, the starting time for Mayor's Court will be moved from 5:30 pm to 5:15 pm.

County begins single stream recycling program

The Medina County Solid Waste District officially launched its Single Stream Recycling plan and has placed bins throughout the county, including the City of Brunswick.

Click here to learn all about the recycling program, including all of the Brunswick bin locations.

Fall recycling collection day includes hazardous waste

The fall version of Recycling Collection Day includes the usual paint, tires and batteries, but also includes such products as oven cleaner, pesticides, propane tanks and a lot more. See information about the event here.

Community paper shredding events: why your options are about to change

shredderFor several years, Brunswick residents have been able to bring their confidential documents to the City Hall parking lot twice a year to have them shredded. That's about to change.

Unfortunately, the semi-annual Brunswick event was getting a bit pricey to run and has been discontinued. The good news is that Brunswick residents still have options.

The Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities has kindly informed us that Brunswick residents are eligible to take documents to their Community Shred Day, which is also held twice a year. The next one is coming up in October. Please click here for more information, and here for a map of the location.

And there are also commercial options which will perform document shredding services for a fee. These include:

And a big thank you to Patti Hetkey of the MCBDD for providing us with info about their shredding program.

Patrol Officer examination, City of Brunswick

The Brunswick Civil Service Commission will give an open competitive exam for the entry position of Patrol Officer, on 11/7/15. Read more.

WOW starts building again

WOW logoWOW cable has resumed construction of its cable system in Brunswick. WOW is currently working on three streets: Charlotte, Ruth and Frances Drives. The company is planning to complete the entire buildout.

We will post updated construction information as we receive it.

Garage sale, block party or other event? Here's how to apply

New on the website is the City's application form for parades, events and other assemblies. It joins separate applications for other events such as garage sales and block parties.

All three of these forms can be found in the Fast Find menu above, under the tab Applications for events.

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