Dear Fellow Residents:
PAVING WORK TO BEGIN…..
Osborn Rd., between Bassett Rd. and Cahoon Rd., will undergo a repaving project starting June 9, 2014. This work is anticipated to take three weeks. Traffic will be maintained throughout the paving project, although you can expect some delays.
Letters were delivered to all affected homeowners stating the work would begin June 11th. The project start date has been moved up to June 9th.
If you have any questions, please contact the Bay Village Service Department at 871-1221.
Bay Skate & Bike Park
Rib Rockin’ Cook-off
Saturday, June 7th from 5- 11 pm
At the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Rd.
Rib Cook-off – Entry fee $100 per team.
Summer Salad Contest – $100 Prize (No entry fee)
Silent Auction, Live Music by Hypnotic Dog
Cupcake Truck: Sweet! The Mobile Cupcakery
$40 per person includes Dinner & Drink tickets
Guest judges will choose this year’s Top Ribs and Summer Salad!
To donate raffle items, call Lawrence Kuh: (440) 829-2243
Proceeds benefit BSBP Student Scholarship & park upkeep
The event will be Near-Zero Waste courtesy of the Bay Village Green Team.
Bay Village Community Band Concert
Sunday, June 8th from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
“Broadway in the Park“
At the Gazebo in Cahoon Park.
Bring your lawn chairs!
A message from Bay Village Ward 2
City Councilman, Paul Vincent….
For updates on Ward 2 issues and concerns, please join City Councilman Paul Vincent’s email list by sending an email to PVincent@cityofbayvillage.com. Just make a note that you’d like to be added to the list. You will receive updates on town hall meetings, issues of concern for Bay residents and Ward 2.
Bike To School Challenge (BTSC) 2014was a HUGE success. Thank you for supporting this community wide effort and for driving safely throughout the event. An effort has been made to collect all the yellow Bike To School Challenge yard signs, however some have gone missing. If you have any of these yard signs it would be greatly appreciated if you dropped them off at Bay Middle School (BMS). You’re also welcome to call BMS at 617-7600 and a BTSC representative will gladly pick them up. Thanks again for all the support!
From First Energy
Communication Tools – New mobile tools put power in the palm of your hand
New communication tools provide a simple and convenient way to get the most current information related to your electric service. For more informationclick here.
Learn how to:
- Receive alert notifications via email or text message
- Contact First Energy via text messaging
- Visit us when you’re on the go with our smartphone app and mobile website
- View our enhanced 24/7 Power Center outage maps
- Get personal outage information by logging into our website
Receive Alert Notifications Via Email or Text Message
The alert service allows customers to sign up for free*automated email or text messages on topics including:
- Restoration updates when you have reported an outage
- Notifications of scheduled power outages
- Severe weather alerts in advance of storms
- Billing reminders, including alerts when a new bill is available, a payment is due, a payment has been posted, or no payment has been received
- Reminders to submit a meter reading
Use text messaging to contact First Energy
Interactive text messaging makes it easy to report a power outage, request a status update on a reported outage, or make billing inquiries from a mobile phone. Get started with this free* service by texting REG to 544487 (LIGHTS). You will need your account number to register by text message, or you can register your mobile phone by logging in to your account and updating the text and email alerts page, Once registered , you can send the following commands to 544487 (LIGHTS):
- REG – register for text messages
- BAL – obtain your account balance
- OUT – report a power outage
- STAT – obtain status on a report outage
- HELP – get a list of keywords and link to FAQ’s
- PAUSE – temporarily stop receiving alerts
- RESUME – reactivate alert
- STOP – stop current alert you received
- STOP ALL – stop all alerts
- NICK – create a nickname for your account. This may be helpful if you need to retrieve information for multiple accounts (max 12 characters, no spaces or special characters)
*The alert and text message services are provided free of charge to First Energy utility customers; however mobile carriers may charge their customers to send and receive text messages or utilize data services. customers should contact their carrier for more details about message and data rates.
Mayor Debbie Sutherland