• 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.

    Continue reading
  • Economic development grant would enable BlueLine Rental to stay, become more competitive in Brook Park

    BROOK PARK, Ohio — Property owners James C. and Mary Ann White purchased land along Brookpark Road earlier this year for $225,000 in hopes of enabling BlueLine Rental, a heavy equipment rental firm that leases property from them, to improve and expand its business. To read the full story, please click here.

    Continue reading
  • BROOK PARK CITY COUNCIL PAYS HOMAGE TO PURPLE HEART VETERANS BY DESIGNATING THREE PARKING SPOTS

    Purple Heart Veterans are known as the most recognized symbol of American sacrifice during hostile actions. That is why Brook Park City Council and Mayor Coyne have designated three parking spots in their honor. Today, all three spots will be painted bright purple at the City of Brook Park Municipal Campus and each of these […]

    Continue reading
  • FALL LEAF COLLECTION

    Brook Park residents may rake leaves onto their tree lawns once they begin falling. We do not have scheduled leaf collection, it is at the Service Director’s discretion when leaves will be picked up by our crews. There are no set days for pick-up in your area, so please just be sure that piles are […]

    Continue reading
  • If You Care… You Will Be There!!! đź’•đź’•

    Brook Park residents: As you all know, our recreation center is in dire need of repairs. At our commissioners meeting last night, we listened to a proposal from our mayor, our service director and Brewer-Garrett to make proper renovations and become more energy-efficient. We are very excited to share it with the community. I can […]

    Continue reading
  • West 130th Street Phase II to Begin

    CLEVELAND –On Monday, October 10, 2016, weather permitting, Perk Company, Inc. will begin Phase II on the West 130th Street project in the cities of Cleveland and Brook Park. Northbound traffic will be maintained. Southbound traffic will be detoured eastbound on South Marginal Road to southbound Bellaire Road, then north on to West 130th Street. […]

    Continue reading
  • City is Awarded Mini Grant

    The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District has just awarded the City of Brook Park a “mini grant” of $500 as part of the District’s roll-out of a county-wide recycling education program. The goal is to improve recycling in Cuyahoga County and teach residents how to recycle properly. Please check out Cuyahoga Recycles.org for more information […]

    Continue reading
  • Fry Road Reconstruction Project

    The City has awarded the Fry Road Reconstruction Project to Fabrizi Trucking and Paving and the construction on this project is scheduled to begin the week of September 26th, 2016. The work will consist of removing and replacing existing roadway pavement and drive aprons, catch basin replacements, fire hydrant adjustments and the re-grading and seeding […]

    Continue reading
  • Cuyahoga Machine Company Ribbon Cutting

    Pictured below are employees of Cuyahoga Machine Company along with Mayor Tom Coyne cutting the ribbon with beautiful, four year old, Olivia who is a granddaughter to owners of the company. Today, Mayor Coyne and the Department of Economic Development attended a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Cuyahoga Machine Company. Their entire company celebrated their expansion […]

    Continue reading