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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.


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While the Building Department is currently closed, we are still available for registration, plan and permit submittals by mail or email (best method). Due to the ‘Stay At Home Order’ expect some delay in our processes. After approval, payment can be made by credit card over the phone or a check may be sent. Depending on the scope of work, inspections may be done remotely (email photos/video) or at a later date. Contact us so we can safely work out the details needed for your project. The Exterior Property Maintenance Grant is still a go. The County has just awarded the $50,000 grant to match the City provided funds for the $100,000 program that was so popular last year.

Closures & Delays

Public Meetings - Most public meetings have been canceled until further notice. City Council’s regular meetings will continue, although for the foreseeable future they will not be in city hall and will be conducted by remote attendance of Councilmembers, under the authority of Ordinance 2020-16, adopted March 16, 2020. Please see the City’s “Public Notices” page by scrolling below or clicking here (http://www.brooklynohio.gov/en-US/Public-Notice.aspx) for details on how to view these Council and other meetings live and submit questions and comments in advance. Agendas and docket items may be viewed here: https://go.boarddocs.com/oh/brookoh/Board.nsf/Public. Please remember that all Council meetings are posted to the city’s YouTube channel (available at www.brooklynohio.gov) and prior meetings are viewable on certain cable networks.


Senior Community Center – The building is closed until at least April 30, 2020 for all activities and rentals. Senior Center staff can be contacted at (216) 635-4222 or kfratto@brooklynohio.gov.

Recreation Center – The building will be closed until at least April 30, 2020. All programs are canceled or postponed until further notice. Patrons may still contract staff at (216) 351-5334 or direct questions by email to jabbruzzese@brooklynohio.gov. Detailed information on the Recreation Closures can be found at http://www.brooklynohio.gov/en-US/recreation-department.aspx.

City Hall - The building will be open by appointment only, except for public meetings (pending further action by City Council as detailed above). The city’s main phone number is (216) 351-2133 and staff can be reached for specific questions or assistance.

Service Department – The building and premise will be open by appointment only. Daily trash pick-up will remain the same, but all special pick-ups and drop offs will be suspended until further notice. Extra items can be put in the regular automated container if they fit inside. Call (216) 635-4232 with questions.

Police Department – The window at the Police Department will remain open normal hours. Please contact 911 in case of an emergency or 216-749-1234 if it is non-emergency related matter.

Fire Department – The Fire Department will continue responding to calls as usual, but community room is closed until further notice.

Mayor’s Court – Any cases scheduled for court this month have been postponed until April or May and notifications have been sent out.

These changes are after careful consideration and reviewing updates from the Governor, Board of Health and Centers for Disease Control. The health of our residents and employees remains our upmost priority.

Notification System for Updates
We will utilize the City website (www.brooklynohio.gov) and the City’s social media accounts to provide continued updates. The city will also utilize our Cuyahoga County Ready Notify System, MySeniorCenter alerts, and Sportsman alerts to pass on information as things progress.


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Drain and Sewer Problems

The City of Brooklyn offers a program through the Cuyahoga County Sanitary Engineer’s Office to snake sanitary lines free of charge to our residents. If you detect odors from any of the drains, or water/ sewage back up in the basement in the area of the wash tubs please contact 216.635.4232 during normal business hours. After hours please call 216-443-8201.