North Royalton Ward 3 & Community E-Newsletter: February 16, 2021 (Volume 7)

Greetings Residents,

Hope everyone had a great Valentine’s Day & President’s Day Holiday! I just wanted to update you on a few quick important items below. If I can be of any service to you or your family don’t hesitate to email me at danlangshawfornrward3@yahoo.com or call me at 440-785-4240.

Stay warm & Safe!

Dan Langshaw
Former Councilman &
2021 Candidate for North Royalton Ward 3 City Council

Statewide Curfew has been Lifted

Great News! Governor Mike DeWine has announced on February 11, 2021 that the statewide curfew has been lifted in the state of Ohio!!!!

Trash & Recycling Collection NO DELAY

There is NO DELAY in rubbish or recycling collection on President’s Day February 15th. Your regular pick up day will be as normal this week. If you have any issues or concerns regarding your pick up, please contact the City Service Department at 440-582-3002. To view Rumpke’s 2021 Holiday Schedule click on this link: https://www.rumpke.com/for-your-home/holiday-schedule

Damaged Mailboxes

If your mailbox was unfortunately damaged by one of the city’s snow plows. Please email the City Service Director at ncinquepalmi@northroyalton.org or call the Service Department at 440-582-3002 and provide your first and last name, address, and a phone number you can be reached so they can repair your mailbox.

Food Truck Legislation Input Opportunity

The North Royalton City Council is looking to officially introduce a Food Truck Ordinance. I urge residents and businesses who want to be heard on this issue to attend the February 16, 2021 Building & Building Codes City Council Committee Meeting Tonight at 6:00pm at North Royalton City Hall 14600 State Road and address Council on this. If you want to be heard on the record about this issue. You must attend in person (wear a mask and follow social distancing).


Memorial Park Master Plan Open House

Representatives from Behnke Landscape Architecture will host an open house from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on Monday, February 22nd in the City Hall Community Room, 14600 State Road, to gather resident input on the preliminary draft of the new design plans for Memorial Park. Informational boards will be made available, and the public will have the opportunity to ask questions and make comments directly to the design team. This is a come and go, drop-in meeting, so no formal presentations will be made. Residents can stop by anytime during the open house. COVID precautions will be observed. Below are a few renderings of proposed upgrades: enclosed lower pavilion, splash pad and walking trail. To view the entire preliminary summary of all proposed improvements, Click Here.