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Water Main Break – Boil Alert – Maple Street

A water main break was discovered on Maple Street, Sunday evening, February 28th, 2021. The Utilities Department is currently working on repairing the break and will continue working until water is restored to those effected. A boil alert is in effect for homes on Maple Street only, between South Franklin Street and Church Street. All effected homes will receive a red boil alert tag on their door. Please check here for further updates.

Holiday Tree Recycling 2020

The Chagrin Falls Street Department offers curbside collection of holiday trees from all residences in the Village of Chagrin Falls. Collection dates will be on Monday, January 6th and Monday, January 20th weather permitting. 

Please place holiday trees on the tree lawn for collection, after removing ALL decorations, garland, tinsel, stands and lights. NO decorated or artificial trees will be accepted. Trees collected will be ground up and recycled as mulch. 

Contact the Street Department at (440) 247-5053 with any questions.

Snow & Ice Removal Reminders


The Village of Chagrin Falls would like to remind homeowners and business owners that, pursuant to Ordinance 543.02, it is your responsibility to remove snow and ice from the sidewalk in front of your property within two hours following a winter storm event, or two hours after sunrise.  Chagrin Falls is a pedestrian-friendly community and many people including school children use sidewalks to travel to and from work and school.  Please do your part to keep your sidewalk clear of snow and ice for pedestrians.  The Village of Chagrin Falls is only responsible for snow and ice removal on public property, such as in parks and in front of village buildings.

Also, property owners and private snow plow contractors are reminded, pursuant to Ordinance 543.04, that no snow or ice is to be shoveled or piled upon any street, alley, or public place.  Sidewalks are also included.  This causes a safety hazard for motorists and pedestrians and hampers the efforts of the Street Department to provide a safe and clear street for motorists.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Robert Jamieson

Chief Administrative Officer