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You can also request records from a specific department (for example Police records) by contacting the department via the Contact Us page. Requests for public records can be made in person at the Council Office at Tallmadge City Hall, in writing or by calling 330-633-0856.
Use the Contact Your Councilperson Page. To find out who your Ward Councilperson is call the Council Office at 330-633-0856.
Use the Summit County Polling Location Lookup by street address or the Portage County Polling Location Lookup by street address. You can call the Portage County Board of Elections at (330) 297-3511 or the Summit County Board of Elections at (330) 643-5200.
Committee of the Whole meetings are held on the the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 7 p.m followed by the Council Regular Business meetings at the latter of 7:30 p.m. or immediately following the Committee of the Whole meeting. All meetings are held in Council Chambers at the Tallmadge City Building, 46 North Avenue.
All Council meetings are included on the City of Tallmadge Calendar.
Reserving use of the Tallmadge Circle Park requires approval from the Tallmadge City Council. Call the Clerk's office for more information at 330-633-0856.
Call or email your Councilperson directly (use the Contact Your Councilperson page). You can also call the Council Office at 330-633-0856.
It is preferred you call the Council office at 330-633-0856 and provide information on the subject and length of time you expect to speak. The Council Clerk will confirm with the President of Council that you can be placed on the agenda. Community input is always welcome at Council of the Whole Committee Meetings held at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month.
Approved meeting minutes (PDF versions) are available online in the Council Agenda Center. Paper copies can be obtained from the Council Office in person or by calling 330-633-0856.
All fund requests are handled through Summit County 211 Info Line by calling 330-376-6660. Requests are limited to Tallmadge residents. The applicant must provide information about their particular situation to intake counselors at Info Line. Info Line personnel will determine if the request is appropriate for the Fund. The Richardson Trust Fund Committee determines if the Fund can assist. There is a one-time lifetime limit of $200 per resident.
Agendas (with new and/or amended legislation) and passed legislation are posted at four public locations around the City of Tallmadge: Tallmadge Branch of Akron Summit County Public Library, Tallmadge Community Center, Tallmadge Recreation Center and Tallmadge City Building.
For those with Internet access, please go to the link below to Opt-Out of the CodeRED system. You may also call 800-566-9780800-566-9780 and follow the prompts to opt out of the system.
In 2016 the city participated in the GFOA's Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR) Award Program for the first time and received the award for its 2015 PAFR report. The program was created in 1991 by the GFOA to encourage and assist state and local governments to produce high quality popular annual financial reports specifically designed to be readily accessible and easily understandable to the general public and other interested parties without a background in public finance.
See the Annual Financial Reports webpage for these reports.
No, we do not; however, residents can contact Summit Reworks at 330-374-0383. You can look for drop off locations by visiting.
All residents and small businesses in the Tallmadge Natural Gas Aggregation Program supplied by Constellation Energy have a fixed rate of $3.09 per thousand cubic feet (Mcf) through November 30, 2021 billing cycle.
A new fixed rate of 4.95 cents per KWh went into effect on June 1, 2018 through May 2021.
To join the aggregation program, please call First Energy Solutions at 866-636-3749.
City regulations for the bulletin board include (but are not limited to) the following:- Governmental meetings/announcements receive first priority- No political messages permitted (candidates or issues)- Personal messages limited to resident birthdays of 90 years or over and wedding anniversaries of 60 years or more- No religious holiday language or announcements of church-related functions Email the Mayor
In mediation, people decide for themselves how to solve their problem. The mediator does not make a decision or provide judgment, but assists the parties in listening and understanding the other’s positions.
Additionally, public records can be viewed online at the Stow Municipal Court website and the Summit County Clerk of Courts website.
If the Simple Recycling truck misses your orange bag for collection or if you need extra orange bags contact Simple Recycling at 866-835-5068 or notify them through their website www.simplerecycling.com.
Republic picks up trash and recyclables Monday - Thursday, and they will notify you of your pick up day when you sign up for service.
Pick up is delayed one day after these holidays: - New Years Day - Memorial Day - 4th of July - Labor Day - Thanksgiving - Christmas
The City of Tallmadge does not accept brush, tree limbs and other debris. We can however offer you the following regional drop-off locations for various debris. The City of Tallmadge does not endorse nor guarantee the services of these companies and solely offers this information as a convenience to its citizens.
Accepts clean yard waste, shrubs, logs, wood chips, limbs and Xmas trees. NO dirt, tires or trash
4200 Sunnybrook Rd. (off CR 18/Tallmadge Rd.)Brimfield, OH 44240330-676-1533
Woodland Mulch & Landscape
Call ahead for hours.2194 E. Waterloo Rd.Akron, OH 44312330-784-1771
Earth-n-Wood Products Inc
Call ahead for hours and fees.Accepts clean yard waste, logs, stumps and Xmas trees.They will accept for a fee: construction demolition materials and excavated concrete. NO tires or trash.
5347 Akron Cleveland Rd.Peninsula, OH 44264330-655-06802436 S. Arlington Rd.Akron, OH 44319330-644-1900
*Call ahead for hours.Accepts clean yard waste, limbs and Xmas trees. NO dirt, tires or trash.
2001 Barlow Rd. Hudson, OH 44236330-650-0812
In order to enclose your ditch with a drain pipe, this must first be approved according to our specifications by a supervisor. Please call the Street Department at 330-633-5130 for this request. If approved, you will receive a drawing, the drawing will describe the installation requirements and directions. You must purchase a $50 permit and $100 bond through the Zoning Department which may be reached at 330-633-0090 and is located on the first floor of:City Hall 46 North AvenueTallmadge, OH 44278 Contact the Street Department when you are ready to begin. The home owner is responsible for installing the enclosure, purchasing all material and landscaping. The Street Department must inspect each step of the process as described on the drawing before you will receive your bond refund. Contact the Street Department at 330-633-5130 for inspections.
The City of Tallmadge is not responsible for street lights.
If you notice a street light out, call Ohio Edison at 800-633-4766 or Report Lighting Problem on there website. You will need the address and/or the location of the pole - it would be helpful if you are able to get the pole number. They will also want to know if the light is burned out or intermittently working.
A major storm could take 12 to 16 hours to complete AFTER the storm ends. The main roads are always plowed first, then the secondary roads, once those are completed, the side roads are plowed. Clean up could go on for several days after the storm. Despite the high level of service provided, no guarantee can be given that the roads will be completely clear of snow and ice.
Plows have to make four to six passes on a street to clear it curb to curb. It is best for residents to wait, if possible, until we have finished plowing before shoveling out your driveway approach. We cannot prevent snow from being deposited in driveway approaches.
The Street Department only salts hills and intersections on residential roads; we are limited to our annual salt deliveries so we must limit the amount of salt we use.