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Brecksville Community Center Aquatic Expansion Project

Published: February 13, 2019

The City of Brecksville has been given an Anticipated Construction Schedule for the New Aquatics Addition that will begin in early Spring.

The estimated timeline has construction starting In April, with the expectancy of opening the New Indoor Portion in Mid-Winter.  The New Outdoor Pool would then be opening Spring 2020. 
During the shutdown of the Outdoor Pool facility this year, arrangements have been made with CSI (formerly Peak Performance – 1 Eagle Valley Ct. Broadview Heights) for Resident Members of the Brecksville Community Center to use their facility at no additional cost.  Members will be required to show their Brecksville Community Center Membership Cards for entry.
**Our Indoor Natatorium WILL remain open during the Construction of the New Aquatics Facility.  However, there will be periods of shutdown to install new equipment and transitions into the new facility.  We will have updates as construction proceeds.
 
USAGE OF CSI FACILITY
June 3rd – September 2nd.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday  12pm -4pm
Tuesday, Thursday  12pm – 6pm
Pool Closed July 4th.
Resident Members who choose to bring guest will be charged a Drop-in Guest Fees - $5 (ages 5-17)  $10 (Adult)
 
The Recreation Department will notify Members of any changes to the stated schedule or the process for the use of the CSI Pool.
 
We are very excited for this One-Of-A-Kind Aquatics Facility that will only enhance and benefit the entire Community!!
 
Thank You for your Patience during this upcoming Construction Period.
Tom Tupa,   Recreation Director
 


BRECKSVILLE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION

Published: January 31, 2019

Meeting, February 1 at 5:30 pm, Brecksville City Hall Council Chambers

Agenda

  • Call to Order
  • Approval of Minutes of October 30, 2018
  • Approval of Minutes of November 30, 2018
  • Consideration of Entering into a Contract for GAAP Conversion and IRS Form 990 Preparation.
  • Other matters deemed appropriate
  • Motion to adjourn


Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District Workshops

Published: February 11, 2019

Fun Events hosted by CSWCD.

Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District
www.cuyahogaswcd.org – click on events and go to the date.
Except the Native Seed sale which is here - https://www.cuyahogaswcd.org/programs/native-seed-sale

1.      Native Seed sale – all year
2.      Seed Starting workshop – February 27
3.      Gardener’s Guide to Organic Fertilizers – March 13
4.      Envirothon competition – team registration due March 15 (event is April 25)
5.      Camp Canopy – scholarship applications due April 5
6.      NWF Habitat Ambassadors training – April 6
7.      Poster Contest – deadline for submission – April 22
8.      Grafting Workshop – May 25
9.      Master Rain Gardener training – starts June 20 (5 classes)


Brecksville Firefighter's An Evening at the Races

Published: February 22, 2019

Friday, February 22 at St. Sava's

2151 West Wallings Road, Broadview Heights.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Post Time 8:00pm.
$20 per person donation. Adults Only.
Buffet Dinner, Beer and Soda Provided.
10 Full Color Races on video
Call Brecksville Fire Department for more information 440-526-2640.
 


Gypsy Moths are back

Published: February 19, 2019

ODA Open House on February 19 at 8pm. Brecksville Community Center

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, Forest Health Protection provides a program to property owners and /or local governments to control growing populations of the invasive species Lymantria dispar, better known as the Gypsy Moth. This insect does its damage by defoliating the tree during its caterpillar life stage. A couple of years of defoliation and other environmental stresses can cause the trees to die. With over 300 species of trees and shrubs that can be affected, it is considered one of the most destructive insect pests threatening our forest and ornamental plants in Ohio. If left unchecked, Gypsy Moth infestations can grow quite rapidly.
ODA received an application from local government officials in your area, requesting an aerial treatment to control a growing population of Gypsy Moth. ODA has recently completed an analysis of Gypsy Moth populations within the proposed treatment area and based on the number of egg masses found, we have concluded that a treatment is needed. ODA, in cooperation with the USDA, Forest Service, will be conducting a Gypsy Moth Suppression Treatment Project in your area. Aerial treatment(s) of forested areas infested with the Gypsy Moth pest will begin in early to mid-May with an larvacide treatment.
The purpose of this letter is to inform your department that this program will take place and supply you with informational material so that your staff is well informed to answer any questions from the public.
Treatments will be made with the following:
A double application of the biological insecticide B.t.k. (Bacillus thuringiensis, subspecies kurstaki, known under the commercial name Foray 48B, to the tree canopy. These application(s) will occur in early to mid-May while the pest is in its early caterpillar stages. A second application will take place approximately 5 to 7 days after the first application. When ingested by the Gypsy Moth, toxins form in the stomach causing the caterpillar to stop eating, resulting in its death.
Even though scientific research shows the products used are not considered harmful to humans, residents with concerns may want to remain indoors during the treatments, but there is no requirement to do so.
All treatments will be applied from an aircraft flown approximately 50 to 100 feet above the tree tops. The exact time and date of treatment applications in your area cannot be determined in advance. The timing of treatments is dependent on insect development and environmental conditions. We will attempt to contact your department by phone or e-mail prior to the start of treatments in your area.
Information about the Gypsy Moth and the ODA Gypsy Moth Management Program is available on our website www.agri.ohio.gov , click on "Safeguarding Animals & Plants", then click on "Plant Health", and then click on "Gypsy Moth Program". Copies of the fact sheets, insecticide label, MSDS, and a map of the treatment area( s) are enclosed for your reference.
An Open House has been scheduled for the public on the following date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019, .at the Brecksville Community Center, 1 Community Dr., Brecksville, OH, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
Notification letters will be sent to all residents that will be affected by this treatment. The public comment period ends February 28, 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at 614-728-6400 or by e-mail at adkins@agri.ohio.gov.


AARP Income Tax Preparation

Published: January 14, 2019

February 8 and continuing through April 12. Appointment times are 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 and 12:30.

Once again AARP will provide income tax preparation for people with simple tax returns.
Preparers will be at the Human Services Center each Friday starting February 8 and continuing through April 12.
Appointment times are 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 and 12:30.
Call Human Services at 526-2499 for an appointment.
But hurry, they go VERY fast!
Other area AARP locations are:
Brook Park  216-676-4738
Broadview Heights  440-526-4074
North Royalton  440-582-6333
Middleburg Heights 440-558-6012
Strongsville  440-580-3275
Do not wait!!!
Rules allow anyone regardless of city of residence to sign up for any location.


 


Sign up for the Citizens Fire Academy

Published: February 11, 2019

Want to Learn More about the Brecksville Fire Department? 

Class Objectives:
• Expose Residents on the Inner Workings of the Brecksville Fire Department
• Introduce Residents to the Level of EMS care and Services provided by BFD
• Earn Your CPR Certification and Perform Hands-on Fire Extinguisher Training
• Showcase the Capabilities of the Trucks, Equipment, and Firefighters of BFD and Try on their Gear
• Educate Residents on Fire Safety & Prevention in the home
• Learn Emergency Preparedness Tips for Your Home, Office, and the College Dorm
• Have FUN!
Must Be a Resident of the City of Brecksville and Must be 18 years of age or older. No Cost to Attend!
Class Times and Dates: Subject: Instructor:
1. Monday February 11 (6pm-8pm) Introduction Chief Zamiska & Staff
2. Monday February 18 (6pm-8pm) CPR Certification FF. DiGeronimo & FF Watral
3. Monday February 25 (6pm-8pm) EMS Operations FF. Bruce Gordon
4. Monday March 4 (6pm-9pm) Home Safety Lt. Lenarth & FF Packard
5. Monday March 11 (6pm-9pm) Fire/Rescue Ops Lt. Zimlich & FF Hamski
6. Monday March 18 (6pm) Graduation/Reception Chief Zamiska & Staff
Classes are held at the Brecksville Fire Department.
Call 526-2640 for more information.
 


Conversation with the Mayor

Published: February 19, 2019

Tuesday, February 19 at 2 pm at the Human Services Center

Mayor Hruby to Host
"Conversation with the Mayor"
Brecksville Mayor Jerry Hruby extends an invitation to City residents to his “Conversation with the Mayor” at the Human Services Center on Tuesday, February 19 at 2 pm. The event will be hosted by the Department of Human Services.
A Conversation with the Mayor is an opportunity for residents, especially older and physically challenged residents, to hear directly from Mayor Hruby about current and future issues facing the City as well as current and future City projects. It’s also a chance to get on the spot answers to citizen questions.
Free cookies, coffee and tea!
The Department of Human Services will provide transportation for older and physically challenged residents. The Department asks that residents call one week in advance for transportation to and from the Human Services Center. Call 526-2499.


Mayor Hruby's State of the City Address

Published: February 20, 2019

Wednesday, February 20.  Brecksville Human Services Center. Doors open at 6:00 pm.

Mayor Hruby to Deliver the State of the City Address
Brecksville Mayor Jerry N. Hruby will review the City’s 2018 highlights and accomplishments and bring you up to date on what is happening in 2019 when he delivers his annual State of the City address on Wednesday, February 20.  
The Brecksville Chamber of Commerce will again sponsor the event at the Brecksville Human Services Center. Doors open at 6:00 pm.
At 7:00 pm the program will begin with the presentation of the Chamber’s annual Citizen of the Year Award.
Following the presentation Mayor Hruby will deliver his address which will include a question and answer session.

 


Construction Alert - Bradford Village

Published: November 29, 2018

Bradford Sewer and Pump Station Information

Please click on the link below for more information.

County-Notification.pdf