Council approved by emergency creating a Parking Bureau at the Council meeting on January 9, 2018. Parking regulations have been on the books for decades; police have been verbally warning offenders up until the ordinance passed. Council cited the biggest issues were overnight parking, parking in culs-de-sac, and parking on streets during snow season. Ticketed offenders can pay the fee at the Reminderville police station. Appeals can be made to the Parking Bureau. Appeals to the Bureau’s judgments will be sent to Stow Court.
The Twinsburg Library is bringing Family Story Time and the Mobile Library to the Village! Story Time is held every Friday at Heritage Hall at 10:00am. Family Story Time is open to children of all ages and their caregivers. The Mobile Library is available to check out & return library items. Heritage Hall is located at 3601 Glenwood Blvd across from the police station. Bring the kiddos and enjoy story telling and activities!
In case of emergency…
When you call 911 using a landline, the call is traced through the phone number to the exact location it is attached to.
When you call 911 using a cell phone, that is not the case! That phone number is not attached to any one location.
While your cell phone can tell Facebook, Google maps, and even some video games exactly where you are located, it can’t tell 911 operators the same thing.
When you use a cell phone to call 911, that call connects to a cell tower. The dispatcher receives the location of the cell tower, not the location of the cell phone. This could be a drastic difference in area. The cell tower may not even be in the same county you are making the call from and that can cause a delay in emergency services response time.
Reminderville uses Twinsburg’s Emergency Call Center. If you call 911 from a landline inside Reminderville, it connects to Twinsburg and the dispatcher will know the location immediately. If you call 911 from a cell phone inside Reminderville, you will need to tell them your location and that you need Twinsburg’s Emergency Call Center. If you say that you live in Aurora or Twinsburg, it will delay the dispatcher looking for a street in the wrong city.
Herrington Place, Willowbrook, Glenwood Greens, Old Village, New Village, Aurora Shores, Liberty Ledges — you are a resident of the Village of Reminderville. It doesn’t matter what zip code you use or what school district you are in – your street is listed with the Twinsburg Emergency Call Center.
*Reminderville non-emergency number 330-425-7874 also connects to the Twinsburg Emergency Call Center.
*If you call 911 with a cell phone outside of Reminderville, the call will connect to the closest cell tower and the call center associated with that tower will assist you.
Stay informed – Stay safe!
Reminderville Village Hall * Reminderville Police Dept * Reminderville Fire Dept
It may seem like a silly question, but with the uniqueness of Reminderville’s borders and having two school systems, this comes up quite often. Every street on the Reminderville Street Map is a part of the Village of Reminderville. Whether you have zip code 44202 or 44087, whether you live in “Old Village”, “New Village”, most of Aurora Shores, Herrington, Willowbrook, Crossings, Glenbrook, Glenwood Apartments, or Liberty Ledges, if your street is on the map – you are in the Village of Reminderville.
This is important to know especially for emergency purposes! If you call 911 and give them an incorrect city, it will delay assistance as they try to find your location. When you call 911 for help, always tell them you live in Reminderville and your dispatch is Twinsburg so the call will quickly go to our responders. If you have a landline for your home phone, call your phone company and make sure your number is set up for Twinsburg dispatch.
Also, remember to file your RITA Taxes and register your license plates as a Reminderville resident.
If you have any questions, contact Stacey Task at Village Hall. 330-562-1234