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Mayor Katie Gallagher

Welcome to the City of Brooklyn! A strong and vibrant community located centrally in the heart of Cuyahoga County. Brooklyn is the perfect place to live, work and play. Generations of families, businesses and workers have been proud to call Brooklyn home and we think you will too. Come see for yourself all that Brooklyn has to offer.





The City of Brooklyn will be changing over to the Cuyahoga County ReadyNotify Emergency Notification System. This system is provided free of charge by the County. This will replace the current Code Red system that is used for notifications such as parking bans, changes in services, road closures and emergencies. IMPORTANT - If you still wish to receive notifications you must sign-up for ReadyNotify - you will not be automatically enrolled. By signing up you will still receive the same type of notifications as you have in the past. Please click on the ReadyNotify icon to begin your registration.





   
 



  

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PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT ZONING ISSUE

An Important letter from Mayor Gallagher regarding a Planned Unit Development Zoning Issue that will appear on the May 2017 ballot - click here to read. 

ISSUE 3 - A Planned Unit Development overlay zoning change will be on the ballot May 2nd.  If you are interested in learning more information, several public meetings related to this project will be held on March 23 at noon, March 28, April 4 and April 19 at 6:00pm at the Senior-Community Center located at 7727 Memphis Avenue. 

Click Here for information on the Issue 3 Zoning Amendment that will appear on the May 2 ballot


Click Here to view the ISSUE 3 Zoning Amendment  - Planned Unit Development Informational Video

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PUBLIC NOTICES

Council Work Session, April 3 2017 

Planning Commission Meeting, April 6, 2017

Brooklyn State of the City