The City of Bay Village is conducting a survey of its residents to determine how the deer population in Bay Village has affected them. Bay residents are asked to complete the survey by clicking on the link below. Results will be tabulated and used to formulate procedures for managing the deer population.
Hard copy versions of the survey are available at City Hall or the Police
Department. Only one survey per resident please.
Deadline for completion of the survey is Sept. 23. Results will be posted after they are compiled. www.surveymonkey.com/r/YMV3D7P
Food Truck Friday – NEW DATE ADDED!
Fri., Sept. 7 – Krav & Sweet! The Mobile Cupcakery
Fri., Sept. 14 – Wrap it Up & Donut Lab
Hot off the press….or the griddle…we’ve added one final date: Friday, September 21 – SWENSONS Food Truck will be here! They just opened their newest location in North Olmsted and if you haven’t already visited, you’ll want to try their food! Start your Homecoming weekend off with a burger and sides from Swensons! Don’t miss it!
There is plenty of parking and picnic tables are available to enjoy your lunch right here in beautiful Cahoon Park.
All trucks generously donate a portion of their profits to our Dwyer Emergency Fund, which helps residents in need.
CORRECTION FROM MAYOR KOOMAR’S OFFICE: Trash collection will be delayed one day next week due to the Labor Day Holiday. Trash and Recycling will be picked up on Wed., Sept. 5. Bulk pickup in on Tues., Sept. 18.
Community Services Dept.: Find Deals and Steals & Support Meals On Wheels Project
Save the date on Sat., Sept. 8 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Dwyer Senior Center, and start putting items aside you’d like to sell or items you would like to donate as you begin your summer cleaning. We are now taking registrations for table space ($15). Volunteers will be needed to help price and sell for the Community Services Department table, bake for the bake sale, and work in the kitchen.
Come, shop and bring your friends! Everyone can help! Call 835-6565 or 899-3442 to rent a table, or if you are able to help.
Donations for the Community Services Department Table will be accepted the week prior to the sale. Donated items for the Bay Village Community Services Department are being used to raise money for a special Meals On Wheels project.
ONLY A FEW TABLES LEFT! FREE admission to the sale.
On Sat., Sept. 8 from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m. with over 15 of your favorite local restaurants/breweries, live music by Mike Petrone band, a silent auction and more. Moondance is 21+. Visit www.BayArts.net/events/moondance for tickets. No tickets sold at the door.
HONOREE – Mary Conway Sullivan, BAYarts Board President. 28795 Lake Rd.
On Sat., Sept. 9 from 12 – 3 p.m. Bay Village will host a Touch-a-Truck at the Fire and Police parking lots on Wolf Rd. Turn on police car emergency lights, climb in fire truck, sit in Bay Village service trucks. MetroHealth’s helicopter will land at 1 p.m. Meet police officers, firefighters/paramedics and service department employees.
There will be a public Shredding Day along with the Touch-a-Truck event on Sat., Sept. 8, from 12 – 3 p.m. and will set up in the parking lot off Cahoon Road adjacent to the soccer fields. What is allowable: Any office paper – any color, file folders – any color. No need to remove staples, paper clips, rubber bands. What is NOT allowable: Cardboard, plastics, common trash, hazardous materials, CD, DVD, magnetic media, X-Rays, computers and accessories. This will be a fund raising event for the Auxiliary Police Department.
Bay Village Community Band Concert Broadway Bonanza
Cleveland, only second to New York City, is the largest theater district in the country! Bay Community Band would like to honor our city’s distinction by playing songs from Broadway musicals on Sun., Sept. 9 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Cahoon Park Gazebo. You’ll be humming the tunes with us as they play the favorites of this timeliness art! FREE PERFORMANCE. Bring lawn chairs
Cleveland Metroparks Reservation Plan Open House – Huntington Reservation
Master Plans for Huntington, Bradley Woods, Mill Stream Run, and Rocky River Reservations are being updated this year. The plans will help shape efforts in the parks over the next two to twenty years.
Please join Cleveland Metroparks staff at the Public Open House at Lake Erie Nature & Science Center, 28728 Wolf Rd. on Wed., Sept. 12 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. to share your ideas for the future of the parks.
Plans and comment forms will be available for all reservations at each meeting, and are also online at www.clevelandmetroparks.com/reservationplans.
Bradley Road will be closed at the railroad tracks from Mon., Sept. 10 till Mon., Sept. 24. Road construction is taking place on Bradley Road in Westlake between Viking Parkway and the railroad tracks. Naigle Road will remain open.
Pass It On: A Resource-Full Guide to Donating Usable Stuff
The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District has published its seventh edition of Pass It On: A Resource-Full Guide to Donating Usable Stuff. Since 1997, this booklet has been helping thousands of people pass on their unwanted but usable items to those in need in our community. Listed are more than 140 community service organizations that need donated items to support their work. Toys, art supplies, clothing, books, school supplies, office equipment, sporting goods, tools, furniture and more can be donated.
A Message from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
THE NOVEMBER 6, 2018 GENERAL ELECTION
Voters have many important decisions to make in the November 6th General Election. There are federal, state, county and judicial candidates on the ballot. There will also be state and local issues to be decided by voters.
The Board advises people to be prepared to vote by taking a few simple steps: check their registration status and then select their voting method.
Voters should check their voting information to make sure they are registered at their current address. The deadline to register and/or update voter registrations is on or before Tuesday, October 9th, at 9:00 p.m. Voter registration is now available online at www.443vote.com. Registration cards are available at all public libraries.
Early voting is available from October 10th through November 5th at the Board of Elections located at 2925 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Early voting hours are posted on the Board’s website.
Voters may also submit vote by mail ballot applications if they wish to vote from home. To request an application visit: www.443vote.com, or call 216-443-VOTE (8683). Vote by Mail ballot applications are also available at all public libraries.
If voters plan to cast a ballot on Election Day they need to bring identification and they may confirm their polling location online. The polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The Board is seeking thousands of poll workers to assist voters on Election Day. Poll workers are paid up to $200 and may apply online or by calling the Election Officials Department at 216-443-3277.