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 Rubbish and recycling collections will be delayed by one day this week due to the Memorial Day holiday. This means if your regular rubbish day was Monday, your trash will be picked up Tuesday and Tuesday will be picked up Wednesday and so on through Saturday.

 Work on North Akins Road, which is scheduled as part of the 2020 Roads Program, began Tuesday, May 26. The road is closed to LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY for a duration of 2-3 days, depending on the weather, while the pavement is recycled.

 The 2020 Roads Program will commence the week of May 18, beginning with the repaving of the Swan Lake development. The two other main road repaving projects this year are North Akins and Bennett Road between Ridge and Royalton roads. Concrete work will also be performed in the Timber Ridge development. Additional road repaving projects, originally scheduled for repair, will be re-evaluated as the year progresses.

 Beginning Monday, May 4, some of the North Royalton municipal buildings will re-open to the public with modified access. Guidelines, established by the state, will be enforced such as social distancing, facial coverings, etc. The Fire Department and Office on Aging will remain closed to the public.

 The Abbey Road turnpike bridge is now closed to traffic for bridge work that is being performed by the Ohio Turnpike Commission. The closure is expected to last four months. The detour is Royalton Road to West 130th Street to Sprague Road.





The month of May has always been the unofficial start of summer, but now it marks a new beginning for our community and state in the wake of COVID-19.

This month, Gov. Mike DeWine began taking the steps to reopen our economy and has also lifted his Stay-at-Home Order.

Though the order has been removed and I know many are anxious to get back to everyday life, the social distancing guidelines have remained in place and will be an integral part of the success as we move forward.

So, with this in mind, I ask that residents and businesses abide by these guidelines, so we can resume our normal activities as safely as possible.

Groups and gatherings of more than 10 people are still prohibited by the Governor. Because of this, we had to make the difficult decision to cancel two of our longstanding summer traditions, the Pet Carnival and the North Royalton Community Festival. There were simply too many uncertainties surrounding public gatherings, as well as financial burdens for vendors.

Hopefully, if state restrictions are eventually lessened, the City and Chamber of Commerce can plan an event, so we can reunite as a community in the fall. I know we are all eager to return to normalcy.

Many businesses have reopened, and I encourage residents to support them as they regain their footing.

The North Royalton Family YMCA has announced it anticipates reopening beginning May 26 and has incorporated several precautions to ensure the safety of both members and staff: sanitizing the facility, updating cleaning procedures, increasing cleaning and sanitizing materials, designing environments that support social distancing, screening visitors and having their staff wear masks and gloves.

The North Royalton Library will be reopening June 1 for curbside and drive-thru window service.

The North Royalton BMV will reopen May 26 for certain services, though services that can be accomplished online are still encouraged.

Many residents have inquired about Memorial Park. It will remain closed to abide by the Governor's rule on gatherings and groups. However, I will be reopening the tennis courts and skate park this weekend. Again, please be mindful of social distancing when utilizing these two areas.

Our municipal buildings have reopened to the public, with the exception of the Office on Aging and the Fire Stations. Social distancing measures are practiced in our buildings, and we have amplified our own disinfecting and cleaning practices.

My hope is that these are the first steps in our return to normal. Help us to make it a success by doing your part to avoid the spread of the virus. 

As always, don't hesitate to reach out to my office with any questions or concerns at 440-237-5686.

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