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Mayor Richard H. Balbier

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.


Important Information


rubbish schedule for the week of thanksgiving

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missing child from brooklyn, ohio
click here for an update from the brooklyn police 11-16-15

Alexis Marie Boroviak.  Last seen on Sunday, November 8 at approximately 7:15pm.  If you have information about Alexis call the Brooklyn Police Department at 216-749-1234.  Click here for picture and additional information. 


important Emergency Services Information

Beginning October 13, 2015, the City of Brooklyn's Emergency Services will be dispatched from the Parma Regional Dispatch Center.  Should you need the services of the Police or Fire Departments and it is an emergency, you should still dial 911, as you have always done.  Non-Emergency calls to 216-749-1212 or 216-749-1234 will still be answered by a dispatcher.  The Police Department's window will be open Monday through Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm for public records.  In the Police Department's lobby is a 24 hour phone that automatically dials 216-749-1234.


City of Brooklyn Fall Newsletter

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new non-emergency fire department phone number




police community survey

The employees of the Brooklyn Police Department thank you for participating in our Community Satisfaction Survey. Your feedback is important to us. We particularly thank participants for their individual comments, as these will serve to strengthen our department by pointing out ways we can better deliver our services and by highlighting issues that we might not have considered. We are ever mindful that our department’s effectiveness is ultimately determined by the confidence and cooperation of the community we serve.

Thank you again for your time and participation.

Chief Scott Mielke

Community Satisfaction Survey 


The John M. Coyne Recreation Center would like to hear from you.  Your opinion counts, so please fill out the short survey regarding the Recreation Department.  After it is completed you can drop it off or send it to the Recreation Center, or scan it and send it back to Maria McGinty at  Copies of this survey are also available at City Hall, the Senior-Community Center and the Recreation Center.

Recreation Survey

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