2015 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over


Geneva Police Department Will Be Out in Full Force to Catch Drunk Drivers – Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

As summer winds down, the Geneva Police Department is ramping up its enforcement efforts as part of a national crackdown on drunk driving. The 20-day, high-visibility campaign, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, is a partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to curb impaired driving ...

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Public Notice Re: Permit Renewal Objections

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Re: Permit Renewal Objections

.John R. Kasich, Governor
.Jacqueline T. Williams, Director

JULY 10, 2015


Dear Clerk of Legislative Authority:

We are writing to notify you that all permits to sell alcoholic beverages in your political subdivision
will expire on October 1, 2015. In order to maintain permit privileges, every permit holder must file a
renewal application.

Ohio Revised Code Section 4303.271(8) provides the legislative ...

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Fire Safety for College-A Message from the Geneva Fire Department

A Message from the Geneva Fire Department

Fire Safety for College

College is often the first time many students are responsible for all aspects of their daily living, including their own personal safety.  College students living away from home should take a few minutes to make sure they are living in a fire-safe environment.  Educating students on what they can do to stay safe during the school year is important and often overlooked.

Unfortunately, many campus and off-campus fires continue to occur ...

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Zumba Classes Tuesdays @ 8PM 6/2-8/25

Geneva Recreation Center
Cost: Donation

Join the Work out party!

Zumba is a combination of Latin, international and mainstream music of today combined as a fun and effective work out.

Brought to you by instructor Renee Havas who adds her extensive background in dance and choreography making getting fit fun.

Classes are at the Geneva Rec. Center and run on Tuesday evenings at 8pm.

Cost is done on donation.

To register for a spot please call 466-9139.

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Yoga Classes Mon. & Wed. 8:00-8:45AM 6/1-8/26

Mondays/Wednesdays 8:00am-8:45am cost is still on Donation.. please call 466-9139 to register for a spot in the class.

Join us for yoga classes at the Geneva Recreation Center!

Where: Geneva Recreation Center
When: Mondays and Wednesdays
Time: 8:00AM-8:45AM
Cost: Donations Only

Please wear comfortable workout clothes and bring a yoga mat. It is also recommended to bring a towel and water bottle.

Please note that if the Geneva schools are closed due to weather then ...

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Geneva Library Book Sale – 9/18 & 9/19 – 2 bags for $1

Friends of Geneva Library Will Hold Used Book Sale
Friday, September 18th & Saturday, September 19th
2 Bags for $1.00

The Friends of the Geneva Library will hold a two-day used book sale on Friday, September 18, (from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm) and Saturday, September 19, (from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm.)

We have received tons of new stock so it will still be two bags for $1 both days.  Fill your ...

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Geneva Grape Jamboree – September 26 & 27

Geneva Grape Jamboree – September 26th & 27th – Downtown Geneva Ohio
For information visit the Grape Jamboree website.

Saturday Schedule
10:00  –  Welcome by Jamboree President Dave Johnson. Blessing of the Festival by Pastor Harry Pishcura, New Life
Assembly of God Church
10:10  –  Introduction of our Grape Jamboree Spokesperson, Jeff Tanchak, Chief Meteorologist from Cleveland Channel 19, WOIO
10:15  –  Jamboree Slovenian Dancers A Grape Tradition! These dancers in authentic costume starts the weekend entertainment with traditional ...

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CodeRED Community Notification Enrollment

Community Notification Enrollment for Ashtabula County – Code Red Sign Up

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.

Code Red Sign Up

You may also receive the following message from the Ashtabula County Code Red:
This is Ashtabula County ...

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New recreational trail & park at Geneva

Here is a nice article and video on the new recreational trail & park in Geneva that was posted on October 6, 2014 by Carl Feather at http://www.ashtabulawave.org

City of Geneva officials recently opened a new hiking trail and park off Austin Road, across from the Platt R. Spencer Elementary School.

Visit the trail to enjoy autumn color, a soothing brook or to work off that cheesecake. Several exercise machines are along a paved trail that loops ...

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Chip Program

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 ...

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Engraved Bricks for Sale

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.

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Community Message Board 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 ...

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