Community Notes - the week of Nov. 1
- Tallmadge City Council will have a virtual work session on the 2021 budget on Wednesday, Nov. 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be livestreamed on the city's YouTube channel.
- The Tallmadge Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Thursday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m. This meeting is being held via videoconference and/or teleconference only and will be livestreamed via a link on the city’s calendar at www.tallmadge-ohio.org. Comments for all public hearing items will be heard during the consideration of each case. Participants must register with the zoning department by 2 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Staff will monitor those attending digitally to determine if there is a speaker waiting. Any written comments and/or evidence participants (including applicants) want to be considered may be submitted and must be received by 2 p.m. on the day of the meeting. All comments and/or evidence will be read into the record. Written comments and participation registration may be submitted via: 1. Email (email@example.com) 2. Mail (46 North Ave., Tallmadge 44278.
Reminder of new trash hauler
As a reminder, the city of Tallmadge went out to bid for trash hauling and is in the process of making a switch to Kimble Companies beginning Jan. 1, 2021. Recently residents received a bill from Republic Services with billing dates extending past Dec. 31, 2020. Note that bills should only be paid through the end of 2020 and should not include payment for 2021 services.
2020 Leaf Season will begin Nov. 2
The city of Tallmadge will once again offer leaf pickup this fall. For the safety of our employees, crews have been limited causing a change to our regular program. This year pickup will take place by sections during specific weeks. If you have questions about leaf collection, contact the Street Department at 330-633-5130. For pickup sections and dates, go to https://tallmadge-ohio.org/295/Leaf-Pickup
Tips to Assure Pickup
- Have leaves raked out to the curb by Monday at 6:30 a.m. the week of pickup
- Keep piles as close to the edge of the road as possible
- Do not block fire hydrants, mailboxes, culverts or catch basins
- Do not put grass clippings or branches in leaf piles
- Once a pass has been made, the crews will not be back until the next scheduled pickup