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The nine severe weather warning sirens strategically placed in the City of Twinsburg and Twinsburg Township are to alert anyone that is outside that severe weather is approaching our area and to take shelter immediately. Once obtaining shelter, individuals should tune in to their local weather, either via TV or the radio for further information. If the sirens could talk, they'd say "Go inside, take cover and tune into local weather."
There is a misconception that the sirens are only sounded to alert for an approaching tornado and that the sound can be heard inside of a structure or vehicle. The sirens are alerted whenever the Police Dispatcher is notified of a need by a couple of ways. One way is via Teletype from the National Weather Service, if a police officer on patrol that sees or hears of conditions necessitating this warning, or a neighboring community to the north, south, or west of Twinsburg has used their alerting system for approaching severe weather, typically non-snow events. Some folks may hear the sirens once activated while inside of a structure, however that is not typical nor designed. Often those hearing a siren inside are fairly close to a siren.
There is another misconception that the sirens can be turned up in volume. Again that is incorrect, as the audio level is at the highest decibel level allowed by federal law.
The final misconception is that if the sirens are heard to be alerted a 2nd time that it is an "all clear". There is no "all clear" notification. Each time the sirens are sounded, it indicates that another warning has been received by the Dispatch Center.
The tornado sirens are tested on the 1st Saturday of every month at noon. The tests are monitored by members of Twinsburg CERT, who are stationed at each site to witness the operation and report any issues.
Shelter rentals will begin on April 26, 2021. Party rooms are unavailable at this time. Stay tuned for more details.
Most programs are available for online registration. You can visit the registration page here. The website will allow you to create an account that will continually be used for programs like Youth Summer Camp, lifeguard training, swim lessons, and more.
Yes! This free service is available for city residents 55 and older. Please call the Twinsburg Senior Center at 330-963-8722 to request a brochure.
Home Occupation: Means a conditionally permitted use complying with the provisions of the Zoning Code and conducted by members of a resident family wholly within a dwelling.
Home Office of Convenience: Means a use located within a residence for the purpose of sending and receiving communications, maintaining records, and other similar functions, but where no business is conducted other than by phone, mail, or electronically, and no persons are employed on the site other than the occupants of the residence.
The Twinsburg Police Department takes seriously all complaints regarding the service provided by the Department and the conduct of its members. The Department will accept and address all complaints of misconduct in accordance with this policy and applicable federal, state and local law, municipal and county rules and the requirements of any collective bargaining agreements.
It is also the policy of this Department to ensure that the community can report misconduct without concern for reprisal or retaliation. Personnel complaints include any allegation of misconduct or improper job performance that, if true, would constitute a violation of Department policy or of federal, state or local law, policy or rule. Personnel complaints may be generated internally or by the public. Inquiries about conduct or performance that, if true, would not violate Department policy or federal, state or local law, policy or rule may be handled informally by a supervisor and shall not be considered a personnel complaint. Such inquiries generally include clarification regarding policy, procedures or the response to specific incidents by the Department.
Individuals from the public may make complaints in any form, including in writing, by email, in person or by telephone. Every investigator or supervisor assigned to investigate a personnel complaint or other alleged misconduct shall proceed with due diligence in an effort to complete the investigation within one year from the date of discovery by an individual authorized to initiate an investigation.
To file a complaint against an employee of the TPD please visit this page.
Yes, the city is a member of aggregation programs for both electric and natural gas. Program details are available by contacting NOPEC for the electric aggregation at 1-855-667-3201 and Constellation Energy at 1-699-4014 for information on the natural gas program.
The city operates its own independent wastewater treatment plant, and therefore sanitary sewer charges are billed directly to residents on a quarterly basis by the city. The amount is currently a quarterly flat rate of $62.50 as determined by Ordinance. The City of Cleveland is the city’s water utility provider, and therefore a separate quarterly bill will be received for water usage. Cleveland’s Division of Water can be reached at 216-664-2444.