City of North Ridgeville

Mayor's Message

Mayor Kevin Corcoran
Let me start by saying THANK YOU to our residents for the overwhelming support you showed our Police Department at the polls in November. With the successful passage of Issue #11, plans to build a new police station on Ranger Way next to the Fire Station and across the street from the North Ridgeville Academic Center and High School, will move forward. Engineering and design is tentatively scheduled to begin in the spring with construction to follow. As more details become available, subsequent updates can be found on the City’s website and in future newsletters.

As we are moving into the winter months and possible inclement weather, I would like to take this opportunity to remind you that if you haven’t already signed up to receive text or email alerts, I would suggest that you do so. Visit the City’s website at www.nridgeville.org and click on the “Sign Up for Emergency Alerts” icon. We have partnered with the county to provide a cost-effective emergency notification and general messaging system. This service is free to residents to receive notifications, e.g., weather alerts, road closures, water breaks, bulk trash collection reminders, etc.

The North Ridgeville Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the annual State of the City Address luncheon on Monday, January 10, 2022 at 11:30 AM in the cafetorium at the North Ridgeville Academic Center. I would like to extend an invitation for you to attend so you can hear about recent accomplishments and learn what’s planned for the future of our city. If you are interested in purchasing tickets, please contact Marjorie Snyder at the Chamber of Commerce at (440) 327-3737. I hope to see you there!

Best wishes for a joyous Christmas filled with love, happiness and prosperity!

Sincerely,

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