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E. Orange Street Closed To Traffic Thursday, Nov. 21st

Road ClosedE. Orange St. in Chagrin Falls will be closed to through traffic from about 8:00am until 6:00pm on Thursday, November 21st.

Residents, Business patrons, and persons who park in the E. Orange lot will still have access to those locations, but the road will be closed to through traffic at the North St./Mill St./E. Orange intersection, as well as at the N. Main/E.Orange intersection. Access to the public library will allowed.

Vehicles coming in to or leaving the Village can detour on E. Cottage St., E. Summit St., or Mill and Cleveland Streets.

Help Families In Need Through Shop With A Cop

shopwithcopThe Chagrin Falls Police Department, along with several local police agencies, will be participating in the annual Shop with a Cop program on Saturday, December 14th 2013.  Police personnel take families in need out for holiday shopping.  After the event, officers and families get together to enjoy a pizza party.

Donations can be made until December 11th 2013.  Please make checks payable to George Murray FOP Lodge and send them to

The Chagrin Falls Police Department
Shop With A Cop
21 W. Washington Street
Chagrin Falls, OH 44022

For additional Information, contact Sgt. Jason Weiskopf, Lt. Amber Dacek or Lisa Mariola at (440) 247-7321.

Police Host Benefit For Baldwin Family

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To help Officer Michael Baldwin and his family with  medical  costs  incurred  by  his  wife’s  illness.

Sunday October 13, 2013
5:30-7:30 p.m.

Chagrin Valley Roller Rink

224 South Main Street

Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Admission: Donations will be taken at the door

Skate Rental $4.00
50/50 raffle prize and a bake sale

For more information or to make a donation call Amber Dacek or Lisa Mariola at 440-247-7321

Voter Information on Village Renewal Levy

Dear Chagrin Falls Resident:

On November 5th, Village voters will be asked to vote on a 5.5 mill General Fund renewal levy which would begin to be collected starting in January of 2015. This five year levy simply RENEWS a 5.5 mill tax issue which expires at the end of next year. The Village General Fund operating levy has been 5.5 voted mills for 34 years.

The proposed levy is a renewal of the current tax rate and WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR PROPERTY TAXES. Your Village tax bill will remain the same.

The levy generates $975,000 per year, nearly 20% of the Village General Fund Budget. The following are services funded by your property tax dollars:

  • Police and Fire Protection
  • Street Maintenance
  • Rubbish Pick-Up
  • Ambulance Service
  • Snow Removal
  • Parks

If you are interested in obtaining further information on this levy, please call me or Dave Bloom, Finance Director at (440) 247-5050.


Mayor Thomas Brick

Councilman Steve Patton, President

Councilman Janis Evans, President Pro Tem

Councilman Justin Herdman

Councilman James Holdren

Councilman Janna Lutz

Councilman Jim Newell

Councilman Rick Subel

Council Candidate Tom Muscenti

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