Bay Village

Kindergarten Information Meeting Thursday, January 31 at Normandy Elementary in Bay Village

Bay Village parents and guardians of children who will be five years of age on or before August 1, 2019 are invited to attend a Kindergarten Information Meeting on Thursday, January 31, 7 p.m. at Normandy Elementary School, 26920 Normandy Road in Bay Village. The meeting is for adults only due to limited space. Packets of forms and information required ... Read More »

Snow Parking Ban in Bay Village

In anticipation of heavy snowfall, the following is a reminder from the City of Bay Village: a parking ban law is in effect when two inches of snow fall during a twenty-four hour period. Please be aware that the parking ban automatically goes into effect when accumulation of snow reaches two (2) inches at which time parking on City streets ... Read More »

Bay Village Board of Education Elects New Officers, Changes Committee Structure

The Bay Village Board of Education, at its Organizational Meeting on Monday, January 7, elected new officers for 2019: Beth Lally will be president and Lisa Priemer will serve as vice-president. In addition, after months of considering a change to its committee structure, the board is now designating one of its two monthly meetings as a work session. The work ... Read More »

Converter Swiped from Bay Community Van

Bay Village Police report that the catalytic converter was cut out of the Community Services Bus. Here is the report: On 01/10/2019, at 13:57 hours, an officer was dispatched to the Bay Village Service Department on the report of a theft. A city mechanic had received a call from the Community Services Director stating that the exhaust on their transportation ... Read More »

‘Let’s Talk Trash!” Declutter for the New Year with Cooper Disposal

New Year is the perfect time to declutter your house, garage and basement for a fresh start in 2019! Take advantage of this year’s mild (so far) winter and give Cooper Disposal a call! Owner Mike Cooper is your Avon neighbor and major sponsor of  all Avon Youth sports programs. Let’s Talk Trash this New Year! Please follow and like us: Read More »

O’Neill Healthcare: Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing…What are the Differences? Who Will Pay for It?

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 | 12:00 p.m. Presented by Barbara Kornuc, Community Liaison, Stano Law Firm. Front Lobby. Complimentary lunch provided. Please RSVP to Kayleen Wilson at 440-348-5424 by January 15, 2019. 605 Bradley Road, ONeillHC.com Please follow and like us: Read More »

St. Raphael Catholic Church: Got Questions About Life?

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of Christian faith. Each session includes a meal, a movie and meaningful conversation. Childcare is available and dinner is included for children. Open to the Public – Free. Tuesdays from Jan. 29 thru Apr. 9, 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Pre-register at: saintraphaelparish.com or email: alpha@saintraphaelparish.com. (Registration helpful but ... Read More »

Knickerbocker Apartments: Affordable Senior Housing

62 & Older • Pet Friendly • Efficiencies & 1 Bedrooms • Senior Transportation Available • Independent Living • Resident Activities • Affordable Shopping Nearby • On-Site Eliza Jennings Health Clinic. Rent Includes: All Utilities & Senior Cable. 24 Hour Emergency Service Live-In Manager. 27100 Knickerbocker Road, Bay Village | (440) 871-3234 | www.KnickerbockerApartments.org. See their ad below. Please follow ... Read More »

Cookie Time!

O’Neill Health Care Bay Village provided Christmas cutout sugar cookies for guests and residents to decorate and take home the week of the Christmas holidays. Cookies, icing and sprinkles were all compliments of O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village as a way to help one and all get into the holiday spirit. Happy New Year, everyone! Click here to view entire gallery. ... Read More »

Bay Village Board of Education Elects New Officers, Changes Committee Structure

The Bay Village Board of Education, at its Organizational Meeting on Monday, January 7, elected new officers for 2019: Beth Lally will be president and Lisa Priemer will serve as vice-president. In addition, after months of considering a change to its committee structure, the board is now designating one of its two monthly meetings as a work session. The work ... Read More »