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Halloween -Tuesday, October 31

Trick or Treat will be from 6:00-8:00pm.  Leave your light on if you wish to hand out treats.
The Police Department will have extra patrols throughout the evening in the residential areas.  As always - be safe!

Halloween House Decorating Contest.  Judging will take place on Sunday, October 29 after dusk.  Prizes will be awarded to the winners.  Registration is not required. 

 

did you receive a delinquency letter from r.i.t.a.? 

  • The due date of your response to R.I.T.A. is Monday, October 30, 2017
  • The quickest way to resolve the issue is to e-file the prior returns online at: www.ritaohio.com
  • If you do not have internet access to e-file the prior returns, you can mail the prior returns to R.I.T.A. at the following address:  ATTN: Compliance Department 198, Regional Income Tax Agency, PO Box 470538, Broadview Hts., Ohio 44147-0538
  • You may also fax the prior returns to R.I.T.A. at 440-922-3510

 

 

Cuyahoga county board of elections

To Vote by Mail in the November 7th General Election you MUST obtain, complete and return a ballot application.  To request a ballot application call 216-443-VOTE or visit www.443vote.com


 

Brooklyn pointe assisted living and memory care facility breaks ground

click here for information


city of Brooklyn to introduce legislation to assist medical mutual of ohio to consolidate office space

click here for the entire press release



final city center master plan and feasibility study - dated august 8, 2017

click here to review.  Once in the document, please click on the left hand tab where it says Open and choose an option to view the document from. 

 

smoke detectors now available

The Brooklyn Fire Department has a limited supply of smoke detectors available for residents.  Please contact Chief Zemek at 216-635-4226 if interested. 



Brooklyn Codified ordinance for the enforcement of rubbish and recycling violations

Click here to read the entire ordinance



 

PULSE POINT RESPOND APP NOW AVAILABLE

 

PulsePoint is a Smartphone app designed to support public safety agencies working to improve cardiac arrest survival rates through improved bystander performance and active citizenship.  PulsePoint Respond empowers everyday citizens to provide lifesaving assistance to victims of sudden cardiac arrest. 

Application users who have indicated they are trained in CPR and willing to assist in case of an emergency can now be notified if someone nearby is having a cardiac emergency and may require CPR.  If the cardiac emergency is in a public place, the location-aware application will alert trained citizens in the vicinity of the need for bystander CPR, simultaneous with the dispatch of crews to the medical emergency.  

Click Here for entire Press Release and information

  

 

RETROFITTING SUBURBIA

Part 1 - Click Here
Part 2 - Click Here


BROOKLYN FIRE DEPARTMENT PART-TIME OPENINGS

click here for information


RENTAL DWELLING FEE INCREASE LETTER

click here for rate increases


COMMUNITY SURVEY RESULTS

click here for a Thank you and follow up letter to the Community Survey

click here for results
click here for open-ended comments



2017 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR

click here for nomination form 


COMMUNITY CALENDAR PHOTO CONTEST

click here for information

 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP-OFF PROGRAM

click here for information