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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

Attention Residents of Manoa - during construction you may park in the Cleveland Baptist church parking lot.  Please do not park in the lot on Sundays. 

 

memorial day - Monday May 25, 2015

Memorial Day will be observed on Monday, May 25.  The parade will begin at 11:00am from Brooklyn High School and proceed down Biddulph Road to Ridge Road to Memphis Avenue ending at City Hall at approximately 11:45am.  City Hall services will begin at Noon. Families of Military personnel are invited to participate in the parade and any resident group interested n marching should contact the Recreation Department at 216-635-4283 by May 22.  Students may participate in the Ride Against Drugs.  Bike riders are invited to decorate their bikes.  Minor children ages 14 and under are required to wear a protective helmet when using bicycles, skateboards, in-line skates and roller skates.  A Gather and Grill will take place following service.  Enjoy a picnic lunch at the Grande Pavilion prepared by the Brooklyn Police and Fire Departments.  Boy Scout Troop 319 will have activities and demonstrations.  Thank you to those who serve and are currently serving our country. 

 

beautify brooklyn

 

Clean Sweep

 April 26-May 23. Clean out your house and yard! Hazardous Waste Collection and Computer Recycling. The Service Garage located at 9400 Memphis Avenue will be open Saturdays May 2 and May 16 from 8am-Noon to accept these materials. Materials accepted are the following: Appliances; Batteries; Construction Waste; Computers; Fryer Oil; Hazardous Waste (oil based paint pesticides); Mercury and Fluorescent Bulbs; Motor Oil; Paper Shredding; Phone Books; Propane tanks; Television and Electronics; Tires and Yard Waste.
Click here for a complete list.

On Saturday, May 2 from 9:00-Noon there will be free and secure document shredding and Simple Recycling will collect used clothing and small household goods in the Recreation Center parking lot.

Pitch the Pills - Dispose of expired or unwanted medications in our secure, drug collection box located in the lobby of our Police Station. We will also have student volunteers on Saturday, May 2 to assist senior citizens who need help in cleaning up their yards. Please call the Senior Center at 216-635-4222 to sign up. We have a limited number of students so please sign up early. Please note the following mentioned services are for Brooklyn residents only. No materials from businesses, churches or schools will be accepted.

 

Bulbs and Blooms

May 6-July 11 - Beautify your house and yard! We have collaborated with the Cuyahoga County Public Library Brooklyn Branch for a kick-off program. Petitti Garden Center will present Plant Favorites for 2015 on Wednesday, May 6 at 7:00pm. Registration is required either at cuyahogalibrary.org or by calling 216-398-4600. Plant flowers, improve your landscaping and curb appeal.


Enter the First Annual Beautify Brooklyn Contest

Enter your beautiful residence or business in our contest.  Click here for entry form.  Judging will occur during the week of July 12, winners will be notified the weekend of July 18-19.  A reception will be held at the Senior-Community Center to award prizes and wrap up the Beautify Brooklyn event.  All residences and businesses submitted for judging must be located in the City of Brooklyn.  By submitting your application, you are giving the City permission to photograph your property.  Photos may be published in city publications, social media or local media. 

  

 

 

Spring Newsletter

click here to read the 2015 Spring edition newsletter.  Information on Beautify Brooklyn is included.   

 

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.

Sincerely,
Chief Scott Mielke

Community Satisfaction Survey 




RECREATION COMMUNITY 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 mmcginty@brooklynohio.gov.  Copies of this survey are also available at City Hall, the Senior-Community Center and the Recreation Center.  

Recreation Survey

 



brooklyn, ohio 2.0

Click here to watch the latest episode of Brooklyn 2.0.  Host Michael Palcisko visits the Brooklyn Historical Society


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PUBLIC NOTICE

  

Please be advised that there will be a Public Works Committee meeting on Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 4 p.m. in the Conference Room at City Hall for discussion of current and future street programs and an automated trash vehicle.

 

There will be a Brooklyn City Council Work Session on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers to continue discussions concerning a new police station.

 


PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS MEETING HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, May 21, 2015 AT 6:00 PM IN THE BROOKLYN CITY HALL CONFERENCE ROOM AT 7619 MEMPHIS AVENUE, BROOKLYN, OH  44144 TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:

  1. A request from Bruce Rekowski on behalf of Delia Rose for a 1,296 square foot variance for an additional accessory structure, Section 1117.05 (a) (5) and a two foot height variance, Section 1117.03 (f) located at 10575 Biddulph Road P.P. #433-02-023.

All individuals may attend the Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting, and have the right to comment either in person at the meeting or in writing to:  Board of Zoning Appeals, 7619 Memphis Avenue, Brooklyn, OH   44144.