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civil service commission opening

The City of Brooklyn currently has an opening on the Civil Service Commission.  The position needing to be filled is an unexpired term ending on January 24, 2021.  The Civil Service Commission determines the grades and classification of city employment positions and provides rules for determining the merit and fitness of those being appointed, promoted and disciplined in the city's workforce.  The commission administers and oversees merit-based testing for those seeking employment or promotion.  Except as governed by employment contracts, the commission may hear appeals by employees on cases of discipline, removal, reduction and layoff.  The Civil Service Commission consists of three citizen members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by Council.  The Commission meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 5:00pm in the conference room at Brooklyn City Hall.  This is a paid position.  Anyone interested in applying should submit a letter of qualifications to Mayor Katie Gallagher via email to by June 12, 2019. 

memorial day parade and ceremony information

Memorial Day will be observed on Monday, May 27.  The parade will begin at 11:00am from Brooklyn High School and proceed on Biddulph Road to Ridge Road to Memphis Avenue ending at Brooklyn City Hall whereupon services will begin at Noon.  There will be a picnic lunch available for purchase afterwards with proceeds benefitting the Shop with a Cop program and Metro Health Burn Unit.   Thank you to the men and woman who have served our country and those who are currently on active duty and for those service members who have made the ultimate sacrifice. We salute you. 

RTA System redesign study and alternatives survey

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exterior home grant repair program

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tree clearing at w 66th and ridge road

Tree Clearing and construction is taking place at W66th and Ridge Road.   This is a project between the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) and the Brooklyn Acres who owns the land.  NEORSD is repairing sewer lines and performing flood control measures.  They have worked out a tree restoration plan with the property owner the Brooklyn Acres. 

State of the city presentation

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city-wide garage sale - june 22 and 23

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baba's yard Non-profit organization

The 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Baba's Yard, is scheduled to present mobile fresh produce distributions on the 4th Tuesdays of each month from 4-7pm beginning March 26 through November, in the Grande Pavilion behind Brooklyn City Hall, 7619 Memphis Avenue. 
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Cuyahoga county department of consumers affairs warns residents of new round of imposter scams

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automated containers

If a resident needs another Automated Container, they may purchase one at City Hall.  A 98 gallon container for rubbish is $48.65 and a 64 gallon container for recycling is $47.50.  Once payment is received, the Service Department will drop it off at the resident's home. 


Streets affected include:  Ansonia; Morton; Beech; Roadoan (from Orchard to Behrwald) and Outlook (from Orchard to Behrwald.)  
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Solar builder 2018 project of the year - Cuyahoga county landfill

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The City of Brooklyn, Ohio (the "City") is soliciting proposals from interested parties to purchase and redevelop the City-owned former Winter's Market site (the "Site") into a viable urban office/retail center.  Click here for information. 

understanding your water bill

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important information regarding ohio driver licenses

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ohio department of Medicaid

The Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) is currently conducting a phone survey of individuals regarding their experience with the Medicaid program.  The call is being conducted by RTI International on behalf of Medicaid and is generating the number (866) 558-0776.  Prior to receiving the call, participants should also receive an e-mail providing additional details about the survey.  If you are contacted by individuals regarding these calls, please advise them that they are legitimate.  If customers have questions, they can contact RTI toll-free at 1-866-558-0776. 

no solicitors registration form

Click here for information.  A No Soliciting sticker will be mailed to you upon completion of returning the form. 


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information regarding tree issues in Brooklyn

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first energy's ohio utilities remind customers assistance programs are available to help with utility bills

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final city center master plan and feasibility study - dated august 8, 2017

click here to review.  Once in the document, please click on the left hand tab where it says Open and choose an option to view the document from. 

Brooklyn Codified ordinance for the enforcement of rubbish and recycling violations

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click here for a Thank you and follow up letter to the Community Survey

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