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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 Rubbish and recycling collections WILL NOT be impacted by the Fourth of July holiday, which falls on a Saturday this year.

 The Recycling Drop-off Station at the service yard will be closed for the holiday, Saturday, July 4. Operations will resume July 11.

 During the week of June 29, crews are applying the final surface course on North Akins Road and should finish up June 30. Curb replacement work is also being performed on Bennett Road between Ridge and Royalton roads this week. Once the curb work is finished, the final surface course will be applied, followed by striping. Please try to avoid these areas.

 Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Shred Day has moved to Aug. 1. Absolute Shredding will be performing the work. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this was out of our control. Shred Day will be 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 1 at Memorial Park, 14600 State Road.

 Work to preserve the historical receiving vault in the North Royalton Cemetery has begun. Residents will notice the structure being deconstructed first. It will then be examined by a structural engineer before being reassembled, using the original material wherever possible. This preservation project is funded by a State of Ohio Capital Grant in the amount of $100,000.

 The Abbey Road turnpike bridge remains closed to traffic for bridge work that is being performed by the Ohio Turnpike Commission. The closure, which began April 1, is expected to last four months. The detour is Royalton Road to West 130th Street to Sprague Road.

 

NEW: 2020 RECYCLING GUIDELINES

Click here to see the current dos and don'ts of proper recycling and trash services.

 

NORTH ROYALTON JAIL WILL REMAIN OPEN

Mayor Larry Antoskiewicz announces an understanding has been reached with the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 15, Corrections Officers, to allow the city jail to remain open pending an opportunity for the Corrections Officers to reduce expenses and increase revenue over the coming months as they committed to do in two recent meetings before City Council. All Corrections Officers will be recalled and offered an opportunity to retain their employment.

This accord comes a few weeks after the Mayor announced his intention to close the jail to end many years of annual losses of $500,000 or more and to add police officers to the department for the safety of the community.

Council and the Mayor will, together, review the progress of this effort in conjunction with the city budget review later in the year.

Mayor Antoskiewicz wishes to sincerely thank Parma Mayor Tim DeGeeter and Parma Law Director Tim Dobeck for their willingness to make a regional effort to try to solve the jail problems of both communities.

 

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