City of North Ridgeville

Mayor's Message

Mayor Kevin Corcoran
As we move into spring with warmer temperatures, you’ll see movement around town with this year’s list of capital improvement projects. A few of the major projects include construction of a roundabout at Route 83 and Chestnut Ridge Road which is an Ohio Department of Transportation project that will be bid sometime in March with construction to commence late spring/early summer. Progress continues on the Mills Creek Conservation and Flood Control Project and the peanut roundabout at Mills, Stoney Ridge and Avalon. The Cypress Avenue Extension will be bid this summer with construction to follow along with our annual streets and catch basin rehab programs.

There is a lot happening in North Ridgeville. Stay up-to-date with the latest news by visiting our city’s website at or by following City of North Ridgeville Government on Facebook. And, if you haven’t signed up to receive our monthly eNewsletter, visit the city’s website at and click on eNews Signup to provide your email address. We have received positive feedback on the first two editions. It’s a great way for us to communicate timely information about upcoming projects and events.

Also, as a reminder, this year’s primary election is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19. There will be two renewal issues on the ballot for consideration. Because these levies are renewals, successful passage will not result in any additional taxes to property owners and are essential in maintaining the current level of services in our Fire Department and the Library. Both of these issues are renewed every five years.

    Issue #7 – Ambulance and EMS, 2.25 mill levy renewal, which will provide funds to ensure the Fire Department’s ambulances, equipment, staffing and training meet the needs of our growing community.
    Issue #8 – North Ridgeville Branch Library, 1.91 mill levy renewal, will provide operating revenues that will be used for building maintenance and renovation, maintaining and growing the collection of books and other loaned items, program supplies, technology, staffing and more.

Save the date for the State of North Ridgeville Address on Thursday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m. at the North Ridgeville Academic Center. This will be a free event this year where North Ridgeville City School District Superintendent Roxann Ramsey-Caserio will join me as we provide our third annual joint city and school district presentation to the community. More details about this event will be coming soon and will be made available on our website, Facebook page and the March issue of our eNewsletter.

I also enjoy the opportunity to share updates and respond to your questions in person each month. Upcoming Coffee and Conversation dates are March 5, April 10 and May 7. Our March 5 event will be at 6:00 p.m., while the April and May dates begin at 8:30 a.m. and will be held in Council Chambers.

I wish you all a healthy and happy spring!


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