THE AUGUST 3, 2021 SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION FOR THE 11TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT The August 3, 2021 Special Primary Election for the 11th Congressional District will decide the Democratic and Republican candidates who will advance to the November 2, 2021 General Election. Voters who wish to Vote-by-Mail must complete and submit a ballot application.  It is […]

Branch and Brush Collection

                   Garbage Protocol   Branch and Brush Collection begins on April 15th and goes through November 15th. Put your branches out on or near the 15th of each month and we will come around and pick them up. Place branches in neat rows parallel with the street on your property keeping the branches out of the […]


Woodmere residents should be advised that hydrant flushing will be conducted from Sunday, May 5 through Tuesday, May 7.When hydrant flushing occurs in your community, you may notice slightly yellow, orange, or brown-colored water coming from your faucet. If this happens, simply run the cold water tap for three to five minutes. If the water […]

Solar Co-Op Hosted by Cuyahoga County

Residents Are Encouraged to Come Learn How to Save Money and Energy  CUYAHOGA COUNTY, OH — The Cuyahoga County Department of Sustainability is hosting three informational meetings in April for residents interested in solar power for homes and businesses. Funding for this year’s program was secured at Monday’s Board of Control meeting.  The Cuyahoga County Solar […]

Cuyahoga County Resident Survey and electronic version of 2019 Municipality Resource Guide

Cuyahoga County, in partnership with Baldwin Wallace University, is conducting a poll of county residents.  The “Resident Perception Survey” is designed to give our county government better insight into the community’s understanding and interpretation of our public services. The survey is intended to help the county be more accountable to the people it serves, in […]

Help First Responders Reach You in an Emergency

Residential Knox Boxes are secure, residential key safes that can only be access by first responders. With 33% of the US population over age 50, more individuals than ever are home-bound, making home emergencies much more common. The last thing a person in distress needs to worry about if they are immobilized or in an […]

National Preparedness Month

The theme for this week of National Preparedness Month is “Check your Coverage.”  How will you and your family recover from disaster.  It is important to think about the following items, and plan in advance of a disaster or incident. ·         Insurance is the first line of defense; check your insurance coverage and review the Document and Insure Property Guide. […]

Natural Yard Solutions – What to do with Fall Leaves?

The trees look beautiful this time of year, but all that fall color eventually ends up on your lawn and driveway. Leaf litter can pose a serious problem to our storm sewers, roadside ditches, and streams. Never place leaves into or near storm drains, ditches, or streams. Leaves washing into ditches or the street can […]