Geneva Senior Center Information, News & Calendar of Events

Senior Center Brochure

October Newsletter

62 West Main Street
Geneva, OH 44041

440-466-3048

Denny Brown – Site Director, ext. 1
Joan Mullen – Program Coordinator, ext. 2
Bob Warner – Technology Coordinator, ext. 1
Beth Carney – Prescription Assistance, ext. 3
Transportation, ext. 2

The Geneva Senior Center is free to all people age 60 and older. The center is a place for free activities and services for senior citizens, including free ...

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Online Bill Pay

Online Bill Pay Information

Pay your bill On-line at: https://goo.gl/NxgzAS

Online Presentment and Payment FAQ’s

General
What are some of the benefits of receiving my bill electronically?
It is convenient, saves time, reduces errors, allows you to receive bills anywhere at any time and helps the environment by saving trees. You can continue to receive a paper bill, but if you elect to go paperless, you can always print out a copy of the invoice if needed.

What are the benefits of ...

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Campfire Safety Tips

Campfire Safety Tips

Nothing says “summer” like a campfire or bonfire, but these fun activities also present a number of safety hazards.  According to a report from the United States Fire Administration, summer is one of the most dangerous seasons for fire-related injuries and deaths.  Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to protect yourself and your loved ones while still having a great time.

If you’ll be spending the summer camping or just toasting marshmallows in the back yard, it’s a good ...

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Ohio Local Governments Open Checkbooks to Citizens

Ohio’s Local Governments Open Checkbooks to Citizens

With a few clicks, users can answer questions such asnhow much money has the government spent in total on street lights? or which departments spent the most money last month? With this initiative, Ohio is truly setting the gold standard for transparency in government spending, making millions of local government checkbook entries available to citizens in an easy-to-use digital format.

With OpenGov Checkbook technology, citizens and administrators alike can search millions of individual checkbook entries ...

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Emergency Phone Calls. Get It Right the First Time-A Message From The Geneva Fire Department

Emergency Phone Calls. Get It Right the First Time

When an emergency, such as a fire, occurs, people become panicky and confused.  As a result, many calls received by emergency dispatchers are not complete enough for help to arrive quickly.  Sometimes no calls are received because everyone thought someone else had already called the fire department.  The Geneva Fire Department offers the following suggestions:

1. Know that the emergency number for fire, police, and ambulance is 911.

2. In case ...

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Fire Safety for the Disabled

Fire Safety for the Disabled

Everyone becomes momentarily disabled in a fire because of the blinding smoke and poisonous gases, but those with permanent disabilities face an even greater danger.  Fires call for quick actions and responses.  Since disabled persons have made progress in overcoming obstacles in other areas, the Geneva Fire Department suggests they can win against the threat of fire if they plan ahead and make necessary arrangements.

It is important for the disabled to discuss their emergency ...

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Community Message Board Announcements

Community Improvement Corporation of Geneva
Community message sign

HAPPY BIRTHDAY-ANNIVERSARY-WEDDINGS-CONGRATULATIONS-SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Community Message board located at the corner of Rt. 84 & Rt. 534 is available for use.

Messages will be displayed throughout the day. Frequency will based upon the number o messages being displayed.

For More Information or to reserve your place on the sign, contact Tammy Shuttleworth at 440-466-4675.

FEES – NON -PROFIT
Annual Rate $ 300.00 per year
Includes (4) different messages a month, total of (48) messages per year
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Recycle Often. Recycle Right.

Recycle Often. Recycle Right.
It’s time to get back to the basics of good recycling.
The fact is that some recycling actions make a bigger impact than others. So please remember the essentials:

  • Recycle all bottles, cans and paper.
  • Keep items clean and dry.
  • No plastic bags in the recycling.

And that’s it. Follow these simple guidelines, and manufacturers will soon get the materials they need to make new products and you’ll soon see how recycling the right materials really does make ...

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Community Housing Impact & Preservation Program (CHIP) grant

CITY OF GENEVA CHIP PROGRAM IN PARTERSHIP WITH THE
CITY OF CONNEAUT CHIP PROGRAM – KICK-OFF MEETING

The City of Geneva in partnership with the City of Conneaut has received a Community Housing Impact and Preservation Program (CHIP) grant in the amount of $700,000 from the Ohio Development Services Agency. The grant provides for four (4) housing activities: $388,500 for Homeowner Rehabilitation to assist approximately 10 households; $63,200 for Rental Rehabilitation which will assist approximately 2 households; $158,000 for ...

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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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