road work signRoad project updates

Resurfacing work on 303 has been delayed due to subcontractor issues. Click on the Road Work sign at right for the most recent updates about this summer's road construction.

Brunswick is one of the 15 best places to live in Ohio...

ohioOnce again the City of Brunswick is recognized as a great place to live. Only in Ohio recently scored some of the best towns in our state, and Brunswick came in at number 11. Only in Ohio cited our strong community involvement, low crime rates and excellent schools. Read more here.

...and one of the top 20 safest

Safewise, a safety and home security website, combined data from recent FBI crime reports with their own research to create a list of the 50 safest cities in Ohio, and Brunswick came out at number 19! Read more here.

Are you on TV?

During the Summer Celebration, we asked various residents to wish the Brunswick community a Happy 200th birthday. We're currently airing these spots on BAT, but you can also view them here:

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We also have coverage of the Summer Celebration Parade.


Next Summer Concert on Aug. 2

The Rec Center's Summer Concert Series continues on August 2nd with Jumpsack. More here.


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.


Happy 200th, Brunswick Area!

200 logoThis year marks the 200th anniversary of the founding of our community. The Brunswick Area Historical Society is organizing spring, summer and fall events to commemorate our bicentennial, including a Lolly the Trolley historical bus tour. Read all about it.



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The City is accepting bids for Hadcock Road Reconstruction Phase IV. Click here for more information.

monument signLocal businesses sponsor a beautiful addition to our City

If you've come into Brunswick from the south via I-71, you've noticed the City's handsome new monument sign welcoming you. The sign was made possible through the generous contributions of a number of area businesses. Learn more about it.

Chill out: summer financial help is available for medically-necessary and some low income households

Help is available for eligible households trying to cope with the summer heat. The Summer Crisis Program can assist with a one-time benefit up to $250 for regulated utilities and up to $300 for non-regulated utilities. Read more.

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.

Back to the farm!

Heritage Farm is growing again this summer…not with the addition of new buildings, but with a crop of soybeans. Full story.

houseCounty: low-rate Fix-It Funds available to homeowners

The Medina County Treasurer's Office has announced the 2015 Fix-It Fund Home Improvement Loan program. The Fix-It Fund loans money to Medina County homeowners at interest rates up to 2% lower than current bank rates. This money can be used for a wide variety of home improvements, but it is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Read more.

Fall branch chipping week set

Branch chipping this fall will take place the week of September 21-25. There will be one pass throughout the City. After that week, branches will have to be bundled for regular trash pickup. Read more about branch chipping here.

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