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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.
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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.
Regular Council meetings are held on the the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 7 pm. Meetings are held in Council Chambers at the Tallmadge City Building, 46 North Avenue and are Live Streamed on the City YouTube page.
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.
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.