Bay Village

Bay Village Police Department would like to remind residents to shovel their sidewalks

In an effort to keep residents safe and informed, the Bay Village Police Department would like to remind residents to shovel their sidewalks. By law, sidewalks must be cleared within 24 hours after the abatement of any storm which snow or ice accumulated. Failure to do so can be dangerous for pedestrians and could result in a citation for the ... Read More »

Greenspan to Host Town Hall Meetings

Dave Greenspan, Cuyahoga County Council member representing District 1, will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting on January 22, 2015 at 7:00 pm at the Bay Village Police Station Community Room located at 28000 Wolf Road. This month’s Town Hall Meeting will feature Administrative Judge John J. Russo, Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.  Judge Russo will present the “State ... Read More »

Bay Resident Scammed by Phone Computer Service Call

On 01/09/2015, at 1126 hrs, a resident in the 26000 block of Knickerbocker called Bay Village Police to report she had been scammed.  The victim received a call from a male with a heavy accent who stated the victim was having computer issues, and he could fix them remotely.  She gave the caller her debit card number, and the next ... Read More »

Bay Men’s Club Half-Ton Challenge

Established in 1917 as an organization that promotes brotherhood, boy’s baseball, community and scholarship for Bay Village students, the Bay Men’s Club has embarked this winter on a mission to lose a half-ton of weight. One thousand pounds may seem like a lot, but not for the men of BMC who hope to lose the weight while raising money to ... Read More »

Advice for Staying Fire Safe During Extreme Temperatures

Bay Village Fire Chief Christopher Lyons offers the following advice for staying Fire Safe during extreme temperatures: As the temperatures across Ohio continue to dip to extreme lows, please make sure your homes are fire safe and that you are prepared for emergencies: ● If you need to use them, please make sure space heaters are working properly and that ... Read More »

Holiday Dip! Polar Plungers Brave the Cold to Feed the Hungry

It wouldn’t be a New Year’s celebration without a little Holiday Dip! Several hundred partiers did it the hard way at the annual “Polar Bear Plunge” to help feed the homeless. The event took place at the Huntington Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks in Bay Village New Year’s Day. The air temperature was just 29 degrees and the water temperature ... Read More »

St. Raphael Rising

Blue skies and warm December weather made for a great stretch of construction time for raising the structural outline of the new St. Raphael Church on Dover Center Road in Bay Village. The shape of the new church began to take form as steel beams were erected the week before Christmas. Construction is currently on track for consecration of the ... Read More »

Bay’s Abuzz About Burns

Longtime Auto Center Now for Sale. $399,995 Takes It Hottest topic on the popular facebook site ‘Secret Bay Village’ this week is the Craigslist listing for Burns Auto on the corner of Dover Center and Wolf Roads. The Craigslist ad has the place offered for $399,995, eliciting numerous comments from readers who have ideas for the spot. “This would make ... Read More »

Bay Schools Buy Home Near Westerly

The Bay Village Board of Education has purchased the home and lot for sale at 30406 Maple Drive in Bay Village for $149,000, plus $800 in fees. The assessed value of the home was $170,000. The lot borders the south side of Westerly Elementary School property.  Superintendent Clint Keener said that the district will evaluate whether the home should be ... Read More »

Bay Village Police: OVI Arrests Take New Year Lead

OVI arrests are at the top of the Bay Village Police blotter for the first week of 2015. On 12/28/2014, at 0008 hrs, a BVPD officer stopped a vehicle on Lake Rd. near the Avon Lake border for a traffic violation.  After speaking with the 46 yoa female driver, the officer suspected the driver had been drinking.  Field sobriety tests ... Read More »