On Thursday April 8, 2021, the bicentennial committee launched the official logo of the city’s upcoming 200th birthday. Our dates have been set for the festivities to start August 20th & 21st, 2022. More info to follow.
2/14/2020: Portage County Water Resources has informed us that they had a breakdown in their Water Softening equipment. I want to say up front and unequivocally, there is no danger whatsoever to our water. What has occurred is that our water is normally treated to a level of 170 for hardness. Because it is not … Continued
The city is offering a new service to our income – eligible senior and disabled home owners. The program will allow you to get your lawn mowed, your leaves raked and snow plowed if you are over 65 (or disabled) and have an annual gross income within limits set by the Federal government. We fully … Continued
Natural Gas This program offers a VARIABLE rate Basis NYMEX + $0.63 per Mcf from October 2022 (November 2022 Billing) through March 2023 (April 2023 Billing). Then a fixed rate of $6.22 per Mcf from April 2023 (May 2023 Billing) through September 2023 (October 2023 Billing). The natural gas program is telephone enrollment only. Please … Continued
A Streetsboro City Council member might have been among the first Americans to get a COVID-19 vaccine months ago, but he still doesn’t know for sure. Streetsboro City Council member John Ruediger was one of the 30,351 people who participated this summer in the clinical study for Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine, which recently won approval from the … Continued
Pictured at right are the new SCBA units recently purchased following the award of an Assistance to Firefighters (AFG) Grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Awarded around the beginning of August 2020, this grant totaled $221,386. Fire Chief Robert Reinholz and Lt. Eric Moss worked on the extensive grant application, with Lt. Moss spending … Continued
STREETSBORO — The city of Streetsboro and Shelly Materials Inc. are on the cusp of finalizing the settlement of a lawsuit over sand and gravel mining that dates back to 2016 and was taken all the way to the Ohio Supreme Court. The dispute started in 2016 when the Streetsboro Planning and Zoning Commission rejected Shelly’s application for … Continued