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Water Street Paving Update

Today, May 25, 2022, Water Street is getting the full depth repair of soft spots and is being filled back to grade. The final application of top coat asphalt will be applied next week.

Considering the holiday weekend traffic and on street parking demands and a high heat forecast, our engineer, service department and contractor felt it best to defer top coat application to avoid risk of the asphalt getting damaged and potentially cracking due to anticipated conditions.

The pavement on these residential streets is designed to last 20 to 25 years. Accordingly, the final application is an important step to be applied in ideal conditions. The crosswalks and curb areas will be built up to eliminate any trip hazards for pedestrians.

Thank you for your understanding as this is a necessary schedule adjustment to assure a quality job for years to come.

-Mayor Bill Tomko

Triangle Park Sidewalk Update

The Village has experienced issues with the sub-contractor that was to install the brick sidewalk around Triangle Park. As of today, we have arranged for a replacement sub-contractor to resume work on Monday, May16.  Every effort will be made to complete the brick installation by Blossom Time and any surface that may remains un-bricked at that time will be made safe to walk on.  Thank you for your patience and understanding while we found a solution to this unforeseeable problem.

Job Posting – Police Dept. Parking Enforcement Officer

General Information

Position/Classification Title: Parking Enforcement Officer – Part-Time
Department: Safety
Division: Police
Immediate Supervisor: Executive Lieutenant
Pay Range: $17.58 – $21.24 an hour
Deadline for Application: Friday June 3rd, 2022

Functions, Duties & Responsibilities

The Parking Enforcement Officer performs routine parking enforcement work in designated areas of the Village in accordance with state laws, village ordinances, and departmental rules and regulations. The Parking Enforcement Officer is responsible for:

  • Monitors areas of regulated parking and issues parking citations where violations occur.
  • Collects money from parking meters and turns in to bank.
  • Is familiar with the streets, businesses and areas of regulated parking.
  • Maintains parking meters, completes repairs when able, reports malfunctions or damage to administration.
  • Interacts with the public regarding parking related issues and information.
  • Maintains knowledge of state laws and municipal ordinances regarding parking.
  • Works in conjunction with sworn officers to achieve the goals of the police department.

Hours of Work: 29 hours per week.


  • Knowledge of the rules, policies and procedures of the Police Department.
  • Ability to follow orders.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with co-workers and the general public.
  • Ability to write citations.
  • Ability to work effectively under limited supervision.
  • Position involves operation of a motorized vehicle, requires valid Ohio Driver’s License
  • Prior Law Enforcement or Law Enforcement experience preferred but not required.

Hiring Process:

Interview and ability to pass a polygraph or CVSA, physical exam, drug screen and background investigation.

An employment application may be obtained on-line at or at the Chagrin Falls Police Department, 21 W Washington Street, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022. Any questions can be directed to Lisa Mariola at 440-247-5036.