ATTENTION CITY INCOME TAX FILERS
For those who have been unable to connect with the Regional Income Tax Agency, tax filings postmarked or electronically transmitted by Monday, April 21st, 2014 , by
Upon completion, if you wish to mail your tax form, please mail to the following P.O. Box:
If you are sending in your return WITH PAYMENT mail to: P.O. Box: 6600
We apology for any inconvenience that you may have experienced while attempting to file your city income tax timely through RITA. We trust and hope the options given will help in ensuring your ability to file given the new extended date of Monday, April 21st.
Karen A. Howse, MBA
Twinsburg to Request Public Comment - Liberty Road Sidewalk
The City of Twinsburg is requesting public comment for the Liberty Road Sidewalk Project. The project consists of construction of a sidewalk, including clearing, grading, curbing pavement, and drainage improvements on the east side of Liberty Road. There are two separate stretches where gaps in the existing sidewalk will be filled, including 800 feet extending south from the Summit/Cuyahoga County line and 1,650 feet starting at the end of the existing sidewalk about 600 feet south of the Liberty Road/Glenwood Boulevard intersection and extending to the Liberty Park property, where it will be met by a sidewalk being constructed on Liberty Park which will ultimately connect to the trail system and new nature center being constructed by Metro Parks, Serving Summit County. The sidewalk will be largely placed within the existing right-of-way and will meander to avoid conflicts with existing features. In order to complete this project, a bridge crossing of an existing stream is required in addition to the construction of sidewalk.
This new sidewalk will not result in substantial impacts to environmental (ecological, cultural, hazardous waste sites, etc.) resources. This project will be funded with Federal monies and other local funding in partnership with the City of Twinsburg, Village of Reminderville and Twinsburg Township. Construction is expected to cost approximately $414,000 and is scheduled to begin in April, 2015.
All interested persons are invited to provide comments, statements, and/or exhibits by mailing them to the attention of Ms. Amy Mohr, City Engineer, Twinsburg Government Center, 10075 Ravenna Road, Twinsburg, Ohio 44087 or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (330) 963-6233. Comments must be received prior to or by May 15, 2014, to be included in the environmental document. Download/Print Document
2014 State of the City Address
Sign-up Now! Twinsburg Connect
City residents can register their contact information and preferences to receive urgent notifications and important updates
Twinsburg implemented Blackboard Connect so city officials can stay connected to residents and efficiently provide them with direction in the event of severe weather or other urgent situations. Using Blackboard Connect, officials can record and send an unlimited number of personalized voice messages to home phones, businesses, local agencies and mobile phones in just minutes. The service also sends email, text messages (SMS) to mobile phones and posts on Facebook, RSS feeds and Twitter channels. Messages can also be sent to TTY/TDD devices for people who are hearing impaired.
“Keeping our residents safe and informed is of the upmost importance,” said Mayor Katherine Procop of Twinsburg. “Blackboard Connect helps enable us to send important, tailored notifications to residents quickly and efficiently, whether its trash pick-up delays or a missing child.”
City officials can target each message to an unlimited number of groups. Authorized users can also use the system’s geo-mapping and group subscription features to contact residents based on specific geographical locations and interests, helping ensure recipients receive relevant, targeted information.
“I strongly encourage residents to update their contact information and message preferences to help ensure they’re prepared to receive important messages from the City of Twinsburg,” Procop said. “Residents should also be assured that all messages will only be sent a need-be basis and will be vetted by the Mayor’s office.”
Publicly available primary residential and business phones in Twinsburg will automatically be included in the system. However, to make sure the city has the most up-to-date contact information, residents should visit the city’s website (www.mytwinsburg.com) and click on the link that says “SIGN UP NOW – TWINSBURG CONNECT,” to provide their complete contact information. Users should also manage their message preferences by indicating their preferred mode of contact, language and message topics. Those without Internet access, or who need assistance, are encouraged to call (330) 963-6240. Residents with call blocking services should add the following numbers (330) 963-6207, (330) 425-1234 to their approved number list to ensure they receive important notifications from the city.
“Targeted communication is the best way to keep residents safe and allows them to receive the information that matters most to them,” said Ed Miller, president of Blackboard Connect. “With Blackboard Connect, administrators can ensure the right messages get to the right people.”
Hydrant Flushing 2014
Starting April 28,2014 the Twinsburg Fire Department will be flushing hydrants. The job should be completed by the end of June.
All residents should keep the following in mind: 1) This is a necessary action to ensure that all hydrants are in good working order.