Fairview Park

The ‘You Can’t Believe It” Police News

The “You Can’t Believe It” Police News: A Fairview Park man was so drunk that when police asked him to step out of his car, it was discovered he had both legs in one pant leg of his shorts! Yes, it happened on New Year’s Eve. Just before 9 p.m. He smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage and was unsteady ... Read More »

Police: Up and (Almost) Over

On 12/4/18 at approx. 9pm a Bay Village resident reported that a vehicle was sitting on the railroad tracks at the north end of Canterbury Rd. Officers responded and discovered that the operator, who had been driving north bound on Canterbury, neglected to stop at the dead end, struck the guardrail, went airborne over a drop off and then landed ... Read More »

“Homeless Jesus” Sculpture Finds Thanksgiving Home at Messiah Lutheran Church

A life size sculpture titled “Homeless Jesus” has traveled to Messiah Lutheran Church in Fairview Park. Created by Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz, it depicts Jesus as a homeless person lying on a bench covered by a blanket with wounds in his feet. This symbolic work of art is one of a series of inspiring sculptures crafted by Schmalz. Community West ... Read More »

“Homeless Jesus” Sculpture Finds Thanksgiving Home at Messiah Lutheran Church

A life size sculpture titled “Homeless Jesus” has traveled to Messiah Lutheran Church in Fairview Park. Created by Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz, it depicts Jesus as a homeless person lying on a bench covered by a blanket with wounds in his feet. This symbolic work of art is one of a series of inspiring sculptures crafted by Schmalz. Community West ... Read More »

Public Input Needed for New Cahoon Creek-Frontal Lake Erie Watershed Plan

Public input is needed to help develop a watershed plan for the “Cahoon Creek-Frontal Lake Erie” subwatershed. A watershed plan is a comprehensive plan for achieving water resource goals for a geographically defined watershed. This subwatershed covers approximately 38 square miles and includes portions of Avon Lake, Avon, Bay Village, Westlake, Rocky River, North Olmsted, Fairview Park, Lakewood, and Cleveland. ... Read More »

Fairview Park Leaf Collection to Begin Week of October 22

Leaf collection in Fairview Park will begin the week of October 22. How does it work? There are two crews, one on the north side and one on the south side of Lorain. Crews move from the western end of the city toward the eastern end, “vacuuming” leaves as they go.  Once they reach the eastern end of the city, ... Read More »