• Important Information Regarding Your Electricity Supplier

    Hello and Happy Holidays to all… Many of you have reached out to the mayor’s office with your concerns regarding the next steps of choosing your electricity supplier. The City of Brook Park has chosen the TPI Efficiency Community Response Program to assist residents and businesses if they chose. TPI Efficiency has negotiated an offer […]

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  • WELCOME THE NEW “PLUM MARKET” TO BROOK PARK

    If the fruits and vegetables were any fresher, they would still be in the ground! The long awaited “Plum Market” has officially opened here in Brook Park. At first glimpse, hundreds of gift baskets hung from the ceiling border the back wall. Colorful bursts of red, orange, yellow, and green fill the entire store and […]

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  • SANTA CALLS!

    (Please sign up at the Recreation Center by December 9th) To make this holiday extra, extra special, Santa Claus will be making phone calls to kids that are ages 4 to 8 years old on December 12th and the 13th from 6 to 8 pm. This will give Brook Park kids the opportunity to directly […]

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  • IT’S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS

    When you drive by City Hall, be sure to take a peek at the sparkly Christmas lights and Holiday decorations quickly being hung around Brook Park City Hall Campus. You will be delighted to see the fresh-cut Christmas trees that line the entrance to the gazebo that will be the centerpiece of the city this […]

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  • Alfredo Perez is Mailman of the Month of December 2016

    Alfredo Perez, best known to all here in Brook Park as Fred, has been delivering mail for 33 years and 17 of those years delivering has been right here in Brook Park. He loves the people in Brook Park because they’re nice, they’re great mannered, outgoing, friendly and like a family. He wouldn’t wish to […]

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  • PREPARING FOR COLD WEATHER AND SNOW REMOVAL

    Planning ahead can better your chances on safely get your kids to school, yourself to work, and any other place you need to go? It is important to be prepared before the first snowflake hits the pavement. TIPS FROM FOR PREPARATION: Check tires for tread wear and proper inflation. A good set of tires can […]

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  • Thanksgiving Rubbish Collection

    Good Morning everyone, Just a bit of information for you all – We are closed on Thursday November 24th, thus residents that normally get their rubbish picked up on Thursday will now be picked up on FRIDAY November 25th, residents that normally get their rubbish picked up on Friday will be picked up on SATURDAY […]

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  • Brook Park City Council considers $50,000 business grant for Drabik Manufacturing

    BROOK PARK, Ohio — In order to boost his business potential and offset a loan he secured to purchase a new $107,000 lathe, James Drabik, chief executive officer of family-owned Drabik Manufacturing, has applied to the city of Brook Park for a $50,000 job retention and business expansion grant. An ordinance to authorize awarding the […]

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  • Regarding your Energy source in Brook Park

    Brook Park City Hall has received many calls regarding First Energy and NOPEC in the last several days. Mayor Tom Coyne will be meeting with representatives next week regarding First Energy and the nine-year agreement with Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC). Brook Park residents do not need to or have to do anything during […]

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  • Students march to city hall with petitions to persuade Brook Park mayor to extend trick-or-treat hours

    BROOK PARK, Ohio — With posters in hand and enthusiastic chants of “More Candy, Happy Children!,” Brook Park Memorial Elementary School fourth-graders marched Thursday to city hall to convince Mayor Tom Coyne to extend trick-or-treat time by 30 minutes. To read the full story, please click here.

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