The City of Geneva will be holding Trick or Treat on October 26th from 4-6pm.Read More → Share
GHOULFEST 2014 – NOVEMBER 1ST
Questions or need additional information on any of these events please feel free to contact Myke Anderson at 440-466-9139 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Halloween Decorated House Contest. Do you Decorate the outside of your house For Halloween? Entry Form
Coloring Contest. This is open to ages 1-13. Bring finished colored sheet to the Geneva Methodist ...
City of Geneva Architectural Review Board Application for Appointment
Deadline November 7, 2014
1.Each member shall have been a resident of the Municipality for the two years next preceding his or her appointment, except that each member who is a registered architect need only have been a resident of the Municipality for the six months next preceding his or her appointment.
2.Such members shall hold no elected office in the Municipality.
3.The terms of office of members ...Read More → Share
Join Marlee Cooke as she hosts beginner yoga classes at the Geneva Recreation Center! This fall session will begin October 6, 2014 and end November 24, 2014.
Where: Geneva Recreation Center
When: Mondays and Wednesdays
Cost: Donations Only
Please wear comfortable workout clothes and bring a yoga mat. It is also recommended to bring a towel and water bottle.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Myke Anderson at the Geneva Recreation Center.
Community Notification Enrollment for Ashtabula County
The City of Geneva is encouraging their citizens to sign up for the Community Notification Enrollment-Code Red.
By following the link & entering your contact details, you will be added to a nationwide database accessed exclusively for critical community alerts and emergency situations.
You may also receive the following message from the Ashtabula County Code Red:
This is Ashtabula County with an important message for all residents and businesses in ...
The kitchen is the heart of the home, especially at Thanksgiving. Kids love to be involved in holiday preparations. Safety in the kitchen is important, especially on Thanksgiving Day when there is a lot of activity and people are at home.
1. Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so you can keep an eye on the food.
2. Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on it frequently.
3. Keep children away from ...Read More → Share
The City of Geneva recently received a $400,000 Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) grant from the Ohio Department of Development. The grant provides for five (5) basic housing activities: $196,500 for Homeowner Rehabilitation on a city-wide basis $80,000 for Home Repair on a city-wide basis; $30,500 Private Rental Rehabilitation on a city-wide basis; $35,000 for Down payment/Rehabilitation Assistance and $10,000 for Emergency Monthly Housing Assistance.
The City has targeted $100,000 of the activity funds to Census Tract 000800 which is located ...Read More → Share
City of Geneva Engraved Bricks for Sale
Choose your location from: Soldiers & Sailors Monument-US Armed Service Veterans, Downtown Streetscape or Western County Court.
$30 per brick. Bricks are 4×8 in size. Download Order Form.
All proceeds will go into the City’s Community Development Fund for future projects.Read More → Share
HAPPY BIRTHDAY-ANNIVERSARY-WEDDINGS-CONGRATULATIONS-SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Community Message board located at the corner of Rt. 84 & Rt. 534 is available for use to announce personal messages.
The rate for a personal message is $15 for three days.
Messages will be displayed throughout the day. Frequency will based upon the number o messages being displayed. It is estimated that each message will be displayed an average of 100 times during a 24 hour period depending on the length of the message and how many are ...Read More → Share
The City of Geneva and Harpersfield recently renegotiated their third Joint Economic Development District (JEDD III) agreement.
On hand for the check presentation and pictured above were U.S. Rep. David Joyce (R-14), Ohio Sen Capri Cafaro, D-32, Ohio State Rep. John Patterson D-9, Ashtabula County Commissioner Dan Claypool and Eastgate Local Development District Representative Kathy Zook.
The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio-July 22, 2014-By DAVE DELUCA, Staff ...Read More → Share
A message from the City of Geneva, Ohio Wastewater Department
Baby wipes are one of the most common items improperly flushed down the toilet. Baby wipes can cause damage to a home’s plumbing, septic systems, and public sewer systems. Other products, such as paper towels and facial tissues, also should be disposed of in the trash, not the toilet!
Check out this link http://saveyourpipes.org/ to ...Read More → Share
Saybrook Soil & Compost will accept from all City of Geneva residents (must show proof of city residency) the following-
TYPE 1- leaves, grass, clippings and garden debris. Type 1 materials will be accepted in either biodegradable bags or in loose form. No plastic bags will accepted.
TYPE 2-tree branches, shrub trimmings and plants. Type 2 materials must be separated from Type 1 materials. No intermingled materials will be accepted.
Drop off dates and times are-
April thru November: Wednesday – Sunday 10am-4pm.
December thru ...Read More → Share
We are pleased to announce that Geneva High School has once again earned national recognition as a bronze medal winner in the US News and World Report’s 2014 edition of the Nation’s Best High Schools!
Our sincere thanks to the staff, students, and parents for your hard work and to the community for your support of our students and our district.
In order for a school to be included, the magazine states on their web site that they begin their research by ...Read More → Share