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Nature Events Nearby

Saturday, March 17, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ATTRACTING WILDLIFE WITH NATIVE PLANTS Do you want to see more birds, butterflies, and other wildlife? Join Naturalist Joe Malmisur to see how you can attract wildlife to your back yard by planting certain native plants. Learn why native plants, trees and shrubs are so important. Transform… Read more »

Watch out for the Dirty Dozen

The IRS releases its 2018 list of tax scams From March 5th through March 13th their website will be updated daily for consumer alerts. For the latest update, go to https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/dirty-dozen This year’s Dirty Dozen list includes: * Phishing * Phone Scams * Identity Theft * Return Preparer Fraud * Fake Charities * Inflated Refund Claims * Excessive Claims for Business Credits… Read more »

Parking Bureau Approved by Council

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… Read more »

Family Story Time and Mobile Library in Reminderville every Friday!

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… Read more »

Do You Know Where You Live?

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… Read more »