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Notice of Public Hearing

Notice of Public Hearing
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at 7:00 pm in City Council Chambers.
The hearing will consider proposed Ordinance No. 2017-12.
Download full Legal Notice here.

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The Latest News
City Parks and Community Center E-mail
Brust Park - Gazebo
Munroe Falls has announced rental rates for
Guise Park Lodge,
Brust Park Gazebo and
Lehner Community Center .

The Lehner Center is a community-wide endeavor, and your suggestions will help to make the facility your home away from home. With spring right around the corner and sunlight hours increasing every day, we would like to schedule evening activities, too! Dinner and a movie? Charitable activities? We are open to suggestions, and we en- courage your ideas in the interest of making the Lehner Center the best it can be for our community.

Please be sure to tell your family and friends. If you have any questions or suggestions, please call Anne DiCola at City Hall (330-688-7491).

Senior Safety Program E-mail
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The Fire Department is offering a Senior Safety Program for residents 60 and over.

Get more information about the Senior Safety Program and other Fire Department Support and Services here.


Fracking FAQ E-mail
oil field.jpgGet the Facts.

Download The City of Munroe Falls Shale, Fracking, Gas and Oil Well FAQ. *

* "Fracking" is the common term for an Oil and Gas Drilling Industry practice called Hytraulic Fracturing, which expands fractures in a rock layer to release more gas and/or oil from the rock. This is done by injecting thousands of gallons of water, sand and proprietary chemicals into the well under high pressure.

Senior Cards E-mail
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Join in the fun.
Every Tuesday from 1 pm to 4 pm

Lehner Community Center

35 South River Road
Munroe Falls, Ohio

Business Resources E-mail
blue_chamber_logo_small.jpgThe Small Business Resource Center is now the SMFCC Economic Development Committee.

SMFCC Economic Development Committee holds roundtable discussions for Chamber members the first Thursday of every month in the SMF Library’s conference room from 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. 

Advance notice is required in order to attend. The roundtable style forum was established with the sole purpose of providing fresh ideas to businesses that need them. Do you need help with marketing, human resources, accounting or any other area?  The Roundtable discussions are led by Chamber professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to help your business with whatever issues you are facing. 

For more information contact the committee chair, Alex Piteo , at 330-673-6115 or the Chamber office at 330-688-1579.

City Council Passes Gas and Oil Resolution E-mail
tap-water.jpgMunroe Falls city council, concerned about protecting our drinking water and ensuring public safety, has passed a resolution regarding gas and oil exploration within the city limits.

The Governor of the State of Ohio place a moratorium on oil and gas drilling until such time as adequate studies and investigations reveal and address the dangers inherent in oil and gas drilling with particular emphasis on contamination of drinking water.

Further, it is respectfully requested that the State legislative body immediately re-examine existing statutes and make provisions for restoring certain levels of local control over oil and gas drilling operations in the counties, cities, villages, and townships of Ohio.

To read entire resolution READ MORE.
Silver Valley Condo Web Site E-mail
The Silver Valley Condo Association has a new web site: .

The site contains contact information and news items of interest to Silver Valley residents.

Download a copy of the Summer 2011 Silver Valley Newsletter .

REALTORS: Look for our online photo album of Silver Valley views, and download our new color map showing all streets and unit locations.

Outdoor Warning System E-mail

Recent inclement weather has many residents wondering about the  Outdoor Warning System, what it means, and what to do when the siren goes off.

For your safety, please read and remember the following:

In the event of activation, the siren will sound for three minutes and be silent for seven minutes. This sequence will repeat as long as the warning is in effect.

Emergency Text and Email for Citizens E-mail
Nixle.jpgCity Announces New Emergency Notifiction Program

November 3, 2009

I am pleased to announce that when emergencies occur in Munroe Falls, residents can now receive notification by text message on their cell phone. The City will use Nixle’s Community Information Service to notify the public of safety emergencies such as police or fire emergencies, severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, boil water alerts, or any emergency requiring public notification.

Residents can also receive announcements that are non-emergency, if they choose, such as street repair, leaf pick up routes, etc. After registering at , residents will choose the service for which they would like to receive notifications: Police, Fire, and or City. They will also choose how they would like to be notified by text message, e-mail or internet applications, such as Facebook or Twitter.

While other cities are paying up to $10,000.00 per year for this type of service, the cost to the City is ZERO, and it is FREE to users.  Standard text message rates may vary, based on your mobile phone plan. This service is not commingled with advertising. Our City joins over 3000 other government agencies using Nixle.

Fire Chief Jim Bowery, Police Chief Scott Bellinger, and I are excited about the opportunity to increase the safety services to the residents of our City. This is a service we hope all residents take advantage of to be immediately informed of emergency situations.

Be a Good Neighbor E-mail
mowing.jpgPlease observe the following local rules and ordinances:

• Swimming Pools
, including inflatable models MUST be fenced and include a self-latching gate.  This law covers every pool holding 18 inches of water, or more.
• No Parking on the street between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
• Curfew: For all residents under 18 years – 11:00 p.m. Sun-Thurs and midnight on Friday and Saturday.
• Grass is to be kept no longer than 10 inches and must be mowed at least once per month.  Landscaping, ditches, and tree lawns are included in this ordinance.
• Sidewalks must be kept clear.  Do not park over or on the sidewalk.  Shrubs and trees must be trimmed back to avoid obstructing the sidewalk and/or clear view of turning vehicles.
• Loud music and outdoor parties can disturb your neighbors.  Remember to observe quiet hours: 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Donít Trash Old Appliances Ė Recycle Them! E-mail
old-refrigerator.pngDon’t trash your old refrigerators, stoves, washing machines, and other household appliances.  Placing these items on the curb may send them to a landfill!

The Summit/Akron Solid Waste Management Authority (SASWMA) is sponsoring the annual Appliance Recycling promotion for Summit County. Last April, Summit County residents recycled 1,390 tons of white goods; this represents 13,900 unwanted refrigerators, washers, dryers and stoves.

Old appliances can be dropped off, at no charge, at City Scrap and Salvage (611 W. Wilbeth Road, Akron: 330-753-5051). Freon will be removed and the appliances will be recycled.

Download a color flyer , suitable for framing.

For additional information regarding all of SASWMA’s recycling programs, visit our web site at or call 330-374-0383.

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