In case you missed it, Mentor City Council recently adopted changes to the General Offenses Code to strengthen the animal welfare ordinance. As a result of those amendments, no owner of a domestic animal shall knowingly put that animal in harm’s way. This includes: Keeping them in an unsanitary environment Failing to provide clean drinking […]
Category Archives: Community Newsletters
“Special Edition” was developed in 1987 to keep residents informed on local issues, services, programs and events. The Public Information Office produces the newsletter on a quarterly basis, with “Special Reports” published as needed. Additional hard copies are available at various city buildings including city hall, and the Mentor Public Library’s Main Branch, or you can chose to read the most recent issue on line.
The print edition should have already hit your doorstep, but if you prefer to read on your computer or electronic device, you can download the PDF. This month: Bird Watching Takes Flight Keeping Mentor’s Kids Safe Upcoming Special Collections Shop Local at the Mentor Farmers Market Construction Updates Heisley Road Construction …and much more Do you […]
The print edition should have already hit your doorstep but if you prefer to read on your computer or electronic device, you can download the PDF. This month! New Year, New You Connect with Mentor Fighting the Opiate Epidemic Together Keeping Mentor on the Move Construction Updates Santa’s Wild Workshop in the Woods …and much more […]
LAKE COUNTY(Thursday, September 18, 2014) – Overnight Thursday, September 18, crews will close the right lane of I-90 eastbound at SR 615 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and the right two lanes of I-90 westbound at SR 615 from midnight to 6 a.m. in order to perform pavement operations. On Friday, September 19 at […]
Mentor residents should have received their copy of the fall edition of “Special Edition,” the city’s quarterly newsletter. You can also read it here, or pick up extra copies at City Hall, 8500 Civic Center Boulevard.
Mentor residents should have received their copy of the summer edition of “Special Edition,” the city’s quarterly newsletter. You can also read it here, or pick up extra copies at City Hall, 8500 Civic Center Boulevard. Inside the newsletter, was the 2013 Annual Report, which featured the major accomplishments of 2013 and outlined major plans […]
Chagrin Valley Paving, Inc. will begin work on the Morton – Headlands Trail II Project the week of April 21, weather permitting. The project consists of widening and resurfacing Jordan Drive from Corduroy Road to South Rambler Drive. The existing roadway will be widened from 22 to 32 feet. Five foot bike lanes will be […]
A & J Cement Contractors, Inc. will begin work on Contract B of the 2014 Road Repair Program on or about April 10, 2014. This project will perform concrete repairs on portions of: Berkshire Drive, Bluejay Lane, Cardinal Drive, Club Court, Devonshire Court, Doral Drive, Duckworth Lane, Eagles Nest Road, East Valley View Court, Edward […]
Chagrin Valley Paving will begin work on Contract A of the 2014 Road Repair Program on or about April 14, 2014. This project will repair and resurface all, or portions of, Deepwood Boulevard, Hawthorne Drive Beechwood Drive, Blossom Drive, Brooks Boulevard, Brooksdale Road, Cambridge Parkway, Cumberland Drive, Cumberland Court, Nowlen Street, Orchard Road, St. Clair […]
The Spring edition of Mentor’s quarterly community newsletter has been mailed to all Mentor households. If you haven’t received your copy, please call the Public Information Office at 440-974-5794 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional print copies are also available at Mentor City Hall and the main branch of the Mentor Public Library. For your convenience, we’ve […]