Serving a community of diverse neighborhoods, the employees of Olmsted Township will perform in a coordinated, collaborative, ethical and fiscally responsible manner to provide greater access to services, encourage a vibrant quality of life and create a sense of confidence and connection among residents and themselves.
Tree Huggers Workshop presented by Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District
When: May 22 from 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Where: Olmsted Township Hall, 26900 Cook Rd., Olmsted Township
See flyer here.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now. -Chinese Proverb
YOU can help increase canopy cover and reduce runoff all while beautifying your yard and your neighborhood – all by planting a tree!
Proper planting and care are essential for young trees to survive and thrive. At this workshop, participants will learn the basics of tree planting and care, including a hands-on tree planting demonstration. An overview of county-wide tree canopy restoration efforts will also be presented.
The $10 registration fee includes one 1.3 Qt. native tree and take-home instructions. Trees are available for a variety of soil and sun/shade conditions – please see tree descriptions below.
Trees are supplied by Riverside Native Trees in Delaware, OH.
To register online, select your tree type below and pay online by credit card.
To register by phone, call Patrick Connolly at 216-524-6580 x1000 and mail a check, payable to Cuyahoga SWCD to: Cuyahoga SWCD, 3311 Perkins Ave., Suite 100, Cleveland, OH 44114. If you are paying by check, you must call to register.
Registration and payment must be received by May 10th.
Now Accepting Applications for Zoning Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer
Olmsted Township is accepting applications for a part-time Zoning Inspector/ Code Enforcement Officer. As Zoning Inspector, the successful candidate will implement zoning regulations per applicable state and local guidelines and requirements. The primary focus of the Code Enforcement Officer is to enforce all relevant regulations per applicable state and local guidelines and requirements. The Position serves to promote the maintenance of property values, re-force the standards of the community and provide for health, safety and preservation of quality of life standards of residents and businesses in the community. Click here for the full job description.
Olmsted Township named the 5th safest city in Ohio!
The Township is proud to have been named the 5th safest city in Ohio by Safewise! Thank you for your part in making the Township safe! See what other cities made the list here: https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-ohio/
Ready Notify Emergency Alert
Ready Notify has changed vendors and is now powered by CodeRED. All users are encouraged to re-register with the new system (CodeRED) to enable the new functionality.
Schady Road Culvert
Weight Limit Signage has been posted on the Schady Road (County Road) culvert between Falls Pointe Dr. and Lakeview Dr. due to a deteriorating culvert pipe. What does this mean for the average vehicle? The average car or SUV weighs between three and five thousand pounds, which would make safe travel over the culvert. Examples of vehicles that would possibly be affected would be: Class A and Class B vehicles (buses, dump trucks, tractor trailer) .
The culvert is on the fast track to be replaced through Cuyahoga County Public Works. Schedule and timeline are yet to be determined.
For more information on Cuyahoga County’s 2018 Reappraisal, please visit:
This link will provide information on how to better understand the value of your property. Procedures to challenge an increase can be found within this link. A renewal levy will not cause an increase in taxes even with the increase in property values.
Any questions, please contact the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Office at (216) 443-7010.
The Olmsted Township 2018 Annual Financial Report is complete and has been filed with the Auditor of State. The report is available at the office of the Fiscal Officer.