News & Press Releases
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NOTICE: INTERNET AUCTION
Posted: January 6, 2016
Please click the link above for additional information on this public notice.
Information on special events for seniors is available at the Senior Center section of the Kirtland website.
Lake County Solid Waste District
2016 Special Collection Events
For more information, please contact: the Lake County Solid
Waste District at 440-350-2644 or Ohio State University Extension at
List of Acceptable Items for Each Collection
Household Hazardous Waste Collection
(held at south end of Lake County Fairgrounds)
June 4 and September 24, 2016 -- 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Scrap Tire Collection (held at south end of Lake County Fairgrounds)
May 21, 2016 -- 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
(held in Fairgrounds Commercial Building)
April 30, 2016 -- 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Phone Book Collection Discontinued
For more information, please contact:
- Lake County Solid Waste District -- 440-350-2644
- Ohio State University Extension -- 440-350-2582
Sponsored by the Lake County Solid Waste District and the Lake County Commissioners.
Administered by the Lake County Department of Utilities.
Lake County Stormwater Management
Posted August 2016
- Raccoon Rabies Vaccination to Begin August 24, 2016
- First Positive WNV Mosquitoes of the 2016 Season
Posted Jun 2016
Lake County General Health District
Added July 2015
Added June 2015:
- Health Clinics Offered by Lake County General Health District in July
- Lake County General Health District Officials Expecting an Increase in Mosquitoes
Added May 2015:
Added March 2015:
- Lake County General Health District Receives a 15000 MRC Challenge Award For Public Health Initiatives
- Lake County Continues to Rank High in 2015 County Health Rankings
- Check the Law Before Burning Outdoors, Mar 24
- Celebrate St. Patrick's Day Safely This Year and Every Year, Mar 12
- Kids Kick Butts Against Big Tobacco on Kick Butts Day, Mar 11
- Take the Survey Let Your Voice Be Heard about Health of Lake County, March 6
- Second Set of Public Meetings to Discuss Multi-purpose and Water Trails, March 18
Added Feburary 2015:
- Health Clinics Offered in March
- The Lake County Obesity Prevention Initiative
- Health Clinics Offered in February
- Let Your Voice Be Heard About The Health Of Lake County
Added January 2015:
- Free Blood Pressure Checks
- Potassium Iodide (KI) Distribution Locations
- Just Run Lake County Recruits School Staff, Coaches, and Parents as Site Coordinators for a Youth Running Program
- LCGHD 2014-2015 Flu Report
- LCGHD - Ebola in Lake County
- LCGHD - Lake County General Health District Has Moved
- LCGHD - Outdoor Burning
- LCGHD - Potassium Iodide
Posted: August 23, 2014
Raccoon Rabies Vaccination to Begin August 27, 2014
THE C.H.A.D. PROGRAM
Children Have An iDentity
Courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Kirtland
Posted: May 23, 2011
The Kirtland Kiwanis is sponsoring a program that will provide important information about a child in an emergency, if no adult is able to supply that information. Children Have An iDentity (CHAD) is currently being used in the State of Ohio and 28 other states.
The CHAD Sticker
CHAD stickers ensure rapid identification of a child in an emergency. The tag contains a place to provide the names and phone numbers of for a child's parents, physician, and other designated emergency contacts.
The sticker is not removable and resistent to smearing. The stickers should be placed in a standardized location for emergency personnel to easily access (i.e. under a car seat or inside of a bicycle helmet). The sticker should not be visible to someone casually passing by. Additional recommendations accompany each sticker.
Where can I obtain a CHAD Sticker?
- Kirtland City Hall (in the lobby)
9301 Chillicothe Road
- Kirtland Community Center
7900 Euclid-Chardon Road
- Kirtland Public Library
9267 Chillicothe Road
- Kirtland Fire Station #1
8979 Kirtland-Chardon Road
The History of CHAD
The CHAD identification program was developed as a result of a traffic accident involving a child in Springfield, Illinois. Chad, a one year old at the time, was in an accident that resulted in the death of his babysitter. Although injured, Chad survived the crash, but no one at the scene or hospital was able to identify Chad. Luckily an emergency room technician was a cousin of Chad's and able to contact the family.
NEW PROGRAMS FROM THE STATE OF OHIO TREASURER'S
Posted: April 11, 2011
Energy Conservation for Ohioans
The Energy Conservation for Ohioans (ECO-Link) program is designed to provide reduced rate financing through partnering banks for Ohioans completing weatherization improvements and installing energy efficient
products in their homes. ECO-Link provides the powerful lending resources needed to allow homeowners to realize the savings from energy efficient products, enjoy a more comfortable home, and help Ohio emerge as a leader in the developing green economy.
Questions on ECO LINK?
Please contact the Economic Development at 614-728-7774 or email at
Questions on GrowNOW?
Please contact Brittany Williams with the Department of Economic Development at (614) 752-8108 or Brittany.Williams@tos.ohio.gov.
It pays to SaveNOW, a higher interest savings account which rewards savers with a 3.00% interest rate bonus. SaveNOW makes saving easy and gives Ohioans an incentive to save. The program allows individuals the opportunity to build their financial safety net, while gaining financial education.
Questions on SaveNOW?
Please visit www.savenow.ohio.gov or contact the Ohio Treasurer’s office at (614) 466-6546 or (800) 228-1102.
The Agricultural Linked-Deposit program (Ag-LINK) is sponsored by State Treasurer Josh Mandel. In an effort to help Ohio farmers offset the high costs of operating funds, Ag-LINK provides an interest rate reduction on loans or lines of credit up to $100,000. This program applies to farmers, including but not limited to traditional farming, aquaculture, livestock orchards and hydroponics.
Questions on Ag-LINK?
Please visit www.ohiotreasurer.gov or contact the Ohio Treasurer’s office at 1-800-228-1102, option #3.
Posted: April 8, 2011
When hiring a contractor, residents should confirm that the contractor has registered in the City of Kirtland. Registration is NOT required for contractors that are snow plowing or landscaping (unless the landscaping involves construction -- i.e. decks and patios).
All contractors registering in the City are required to provide proof of insurance and a license bond before a certificate of registration is issued.
A contractor’s certificate of registration may be suspended by the Zoning Inspector under certain circumstances. Any questions concerning the status of a contractor’s registration should be directed to the Zoning Office at 440-256-3332, ext. 3.
RITA -- MUNICIPAL INCOME TAX
Posted: January 6, 2011
At RITA's request, we are reminding residents and businesses that your municipal income tax return may be filed electronically.
For additional information on filing electronically, please click here or contact RITA at 1-800-860-7482.
LAKE COUNTY PHARMACEUTICAL DRUG COLLECTION and
Sponsored by the Lake County General Health District and
Lake County Solid Waste Department
Beginning December 8, 2010, Lake County residents can dispose of their unwanted and expired prescription and nonprescription medications at law enforcement departments throughout the county.
For more information on the Lake County Pharmaceutical Drug Collection and Disposal Program, contact Laura Kuns at (440) 350-2543, visit LCGHD’s website at www.lcghd.org or click on the link above.
Each of these law enforcement departments will have a collection bin at their location where Lake County residents can bring:
- unwanted and expired prescription and over-the-counter medications, including cold and flu medications
- cough syrups
- pain relievers
- pet medications
Residents should remove or black out the personal information on pharmacy labels and leave the medications in the original package or container. Residents should be advised that absolutely no needles or syringes are permitted in these bins.
The convenient disposal hours for all the locations are:
- Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
- Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. There are no Sunday hours at Lakeland Community
CABLE TV CONSUMER HOTLINE
by the OHIO DEPTARTMENT OF COMMERCE
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- Monday - Friday
|Ohio Department of Commerce
Attn: Video Service Section
77 S. High Street, 23rd Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
The Ohio Department of Commerce's Video Services Section regulates cable television providers that have obtained video service authorization from the Director of Commerce. Please note that the Ohio Department of Commerce does NOT have the authority to regulate satellite companies, nor internet and phone services provided by cable television companies.
LIBRARY of KIRTLAND
The Imagination Library of Kirtland is a FREE early literacy program for children, birth to 5 years of age, who live in the Kirtland School District. The program is intended to aid in the development of reading skills and to encourage a love of reading. Each month a new, carefully selected, hardcover book is mailed directly to a registered child’s home. Parents then read with their child as much as possible, showing their child how a book works and associating pictures with words -- all steps along the way to learning to read!
Parents may register their preschool children several ways: on-line at www.imaginationlibrary.com or by completing a registration form at the Kirtland Public Library. For further information, you may also call the Executive Director - Paul Zuberer at (440) 812-7298.
BULK RUBBISH PICK-UP AVAILABLE through WASTE
Kirtland residents, who utilize Waste Management, may request FREE pick-up of bulk rubbish items at any time during the year. Please call WASTE MANAGEMENT at 1-800-343-6047 for more information or to schedule a pick-up. Certain restrictions apply.