The Village of Chagrin Falls is governed by the Mayor and Village Council. Committees, Commissions and Boards hold meetings to deliberate, make decisions or recommendations to council pertaining to our government. Administratively, a Chief Administrative Officer executes day-to-day management of the government and supervises various department heads.
- Information about the Mayor
- Information about Village Council
- Information about Committees, Boards and Commissions
- Information about Administration
- Information about Departments
The Village of Chagrin Falls is governed by a charter document, originally adopted on November 6, 1962 and reviewed every 5 years and amended as needed. A municipal charter is the basic document that defines the organization, powers, functions and essential procedures of the village government.
View the Codified Ordinances of Chagrin Falls, Ohio.
The original Charter Commission was established in 1956. The Charter was adopted on November 6, 1962.
William Tomko was elected to his first term as Chagrin Falls Mayor in the Fall of 2015.
Village Council consists of (7) Council members and is the legislative body to establish laws and policies that are responsive to citizens’ needs and wishes by passing ordinances and resolutions.
Council Committees consist of 3 council members. Committees review policy and examine issues in greater depth and detail with the purpose of making recommendations to council for consideration.
Committees, Commissions and Boards hold regular meetings to make decisions or recommendations to council on various parts of our local government.