NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
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- Munroe Falls Avenue resurfacing project is scheduled to begin on 5/23/22. One lane of traffic should be maintained, but delays are possible until the project's end date of 6/30/22. All scheduled dates are tentative and subject to weather and other delays. Click here to view ODOT project (tentative) schedule.
DID YOU KNOW?
- Munroe Falls has Pet Waste Stations available for public use at Guise Park and at Brust Park to make it easier to clean up after your pet. "Pick it up! It's your "doodie"
- If you are having TROUBLE PAYING your UTILITY BILLS, there are assistance programs available like HEAP and many others. Click the links below for info:
- First Energy - electric bill assistance program info
- Summit County - assistance program info
- United Way 2-1-1 programs
We want to know what you think!
Please take a minute to complete our survey about the Guise Park Lodge and events. It's important to have the opinions of our residents. Click here or use the Start Survey link
The Munroe Falls Water Department prepares an annual report to provide information to you, the consumer, on the quality of your drinking water. This report is prepared and sent to all consumers no later than June 1st annually. Included within this report is general health information, water quality test results from the prior year, how to participate in decisions concerning your drinking water and water system contacts.
If you have additional questions or would like this report sent directly to you, please contact the Director of Public Works, Jim Bowery at 330-688-7491.
The City of Munroe Falls purchases drinking water from the City of Cuyahoga Falls. The Cuyahoga Falls water treatment plant, which is located at 2028 Munroe Falls Avenue, uses well water as a source. The well field consists of 18 wells located in Water Works Park on the south bank of the Cuyahoga River. This well field is the source for raw water to the water treatment plant. The water provided to you is ’hard’ water and therefore comes with the challenges presented by ’hard’ water. Many residents opt to install water softeners and/or filtration systems or devices to improve the water taste/texture.
You can find more information on the Water Department page of this website. Or click here to go there now.
If you are interested in viewing the latest Water Quality Report from the City of Cuyahoga Falls click here.
- What is a "Mayor's Court"?
A mayor’s court is a local-level court created in some municipalities that hears cases about traffic violations, minor misdemeanors, and other offenses that cannot result in jail time, and they only operate in Ohio and Louisiana. In Ohio, the presiding officer is a magistrate (not a judge) appointed by the mayor, or City Council.
- How many Mayors Courts are in Ohio and where are they located?
Ohio has 297 mayor’s courts and they operate in 64 of our 88 counties. In 2016, more than 1 out of every 6 traffic tickets were issued in towns with a mayor’s court. Curious about where they are specifically? The Supreme Court of Ohio’s annual report on mayor’s court has a comprehensive list.
- Will the Mayor hear my case?
No. You will appear before a magistrate (not a judge or the mayor).
- How do I report a dead animal in the street?
The City may remove dead animals from the street or public right of way only. Dead animals on private property will not be collected by the City.
Please use the Request Tracker module and click on "Report an Issue or File a Complaint", click here
- How do I report a street light or traffic light outage?
Streetlights are managed by First Energy. Call 1-888-LIGHTSS, use their website or click here.
If you prefer to contact the City Hall, you can do so via the Request Tracker module. Use the link to report a traffic or street light outage and we will send it to First Energy on your behalf. Click here
You will need the address of the streetlight and nearest cross street or landmark either way you report it.
- Does the City remove raccoons or other nuisance animals?
No. Please refer to Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife's website for information about what to do click here