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Updates and Information for City of Medina Residents

Slide to promote safe handwashing

Request Your Absentee Ballot for the 2020 Primary Election - March 28,2020

The Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 197, which among other items, sets April 28, 2020 as the final day of the Ohio's primary election.  If you did not already voted at the Board of Election or by Absentee Ballot, you must request an absentee ballot from your local Board of Election.  If you are a Medina County resident, click HERE to access an online request form, or call 330-722-9278 to request that an absentee ballot application be mailed to your home.  

City Newsletter and Construction Update for March 27, 2020.  Click HERE

City of Medina Closes Skateboard and RC Racing - March 27, 2020

Due to the State of Ohio Health Department order to Stay at Home, the city Parks Department has closed the Skateboard Park and the RD Racing Park until further notice.

Grocery Shopping for Seniors - March 26, 2020.

Medina County Office for Older Adults has partnered with Buehler's locations at Medina Forest Meadows, Medina River Styx, and Wadsworth to offer shopping for seniors living in Medina County. Click HERE for complete information.

Cleveland Clinic Medina Hosptal Outpatients Pharmacy Offering Curbside Pick-up - March 25, 2020

Beginning today, the Outpatient Pharmacy at Medina Hopsital will offer curbside pickup. Patients who prefer or needto speak with the Outpatient Pamacy caregiver staff still have acces to the pick-up counter for their prescriptions and purchase of over-the-counter medications and other available items.
Call Option 5 from 9am to 4pm Monday thru Friday.  Pharmacy staff will deliver the medications to your vehicle aling with electonic payment options.

City of Medina Food Vendors Doing Take-Out - March 26, 2020

Please support these City of Medina restaurants that are providing take-out food during this "stay at home" time.  Call ahead or visit their websites, as some may have adjusted their hours. Keep in mind that their kitchens are required to be more sanitary than ours at home, plus everyone needs a break from cooking.  Click HERE to view the list.

Medina County Treasurer's Office to Continue Operation - March 24,2020

The Medina County Treasurer has announced that his office will continue to operated to ensure Medina County will have funds for paying bills, payroll, and essential services. Although the building is closed, tax payments can be paid by using the drop box located on the south side of the building. They can also be paid electronically through the website -  Cash payments can be made in person by calling 330-725-9748 for an appointment. Monthly prepay customers should continue to make payments by using ACH or by mailing their payment with monthly coupon. Delinquent taxpayers may call 330-725-9748 to set up a payment plan.

Helpful Information from the Northeast Ohio Mayors & City Managers Association - March 24, 2020

This document has links to many websites for personal and business related topics that you may find helpful.
Click HERE to access list.

Press Release from Mayor Dennis Hanwell - March 23, 2020

Click HERE to read

City of Medina Closes All City Playgrounds - March 23, 2020

Due to the Ohio Department of Health issuing a Stay at Home Order, the city has closed all city playgrounds until further notice.

Ohio Department of Health Issues Stay at Home Order and Essential Businesses - March 22, 2020

The Director of the Ohio Department of Health has ordered that effective at 11:59pm on March 23, 2020, all persons are to stay at home or their place of residence unless they are engaged in Essential Activities, Essential Government Functions, or to opertate Essential Businesses and Operations as set forth in the order.  Click HERE to read Most Frequently Asked Questions about the Stay at Home Order.  Click HERE to read the complete order

City Newsletter for 3.20.2020

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How to Watch Finance Committee and City Council Meetings From Home

  1. Go to Facebook
  2. The meeting will not appear until we go live so if you log in early please be patient
  3. Then watch the meeting
  4. If you are logged into Facebook you can then ask a question in the comment section
  5. You may also email questions or comments to
  6. Questions or comments on agenda items may also be emailed ahead of time to Kathy Patton, by 4:30 pm day of meeting
  7. If you do not have a Facebook or email account you can only watch the meeting
  8. The meetings will also be televised live on MedinaTV Channel 37
  9. Replays will then be available on the City’s YouTube page  
  10. Replays are also available on Channel 37 on Armstrong Cable.
  11. Facebook will also offer on demand replays once the live feed has finished broadcasting    

Shopping Hours for Seniors- Updated March 19, 2020

Target at 1105 North Court Street:  Open for seniors on Wednesdays from 8 to 9am 
Giant Eagle at 870 North Court street will be open fro 6 to 7am, Monday thru Wednesday
Dollar General at 795 Lafayette Road: Open for seniors daily from 8 to 9am
Rego's at 19600 West 130th Street in Strongsville - 8 to 9am 
Save-A-Lot 1085 Pearl Road in Brunswick - 8 to 9am

Medina County Transit Update

Medina County Public Transit has temporarily suspended the Flex (Loop) Services in Medina, Wadsworth and Brunswick.  This is in response to the ongoing efforts to provide safe, quality transit services for county residents.  The Demand Services (Door to Door) will be running (Monday thru Saturday) for passengers needing essential transit services. 

It is important to know that our team has been hard at work taking additional precautions in the cleaning & sanitizing of our buses. We truly appreciate the support of our passengers and the dedication of our Staff & Drivers!

 Please call (330) 723-9670 to schedule a Demand Service trip Monday thru Friday (7am-2pm).

 Shannon L. Rine, Director, Medina County Public Transit

Attorney General Yost Warns of Scams Related to Coronavirus - 3/19/2020

Scammers never take a vacation. Read this press release from Ohio Attorney General Yost and heed his warnings.

City Meeting Cancellations

Cancelled: The Ward 1 & 2 Community meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 7, at 7pm, at Sidney Fenn Elementary School
Cancelled: Historic Preservation Board, Planning Commission, and Board of Zoning Appeals scheduled for Thursday, April 9, 2020

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