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05/11/2021
Painesville's Story Time with Public Works is this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in Painesville Square! Bring chairs or a blank...
05/10/2021

Painesville's Story Time with Public Works is this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in Painesville Square! Bring chairs or a blanket and sit socially-distanced apart in front of the gazebo as construction-themed stories are read. Afterwards, families can take pictures in front of our public works vehicles in their construction hats! πŸš§πŸ‘·β€β™‚οΈπŸšœ

Painesville's Story Time with Public Works is this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in Painesville Square! Bring chairs or a blanket and sit socially-distanced apart in front of the gazebo as construction-themed stories are read. Afterwards, families can take pictures in front of our public works vehicles in their construction hats! πŸš§πŸ‘·β€β™‚οΈπŸšœ

We would like to give a big employee shout out to our Painesville City Fire Department, especially Chief Tom Hummel πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ ...
05/10/2021

We would like to give a big employee shout out to our Painesville City Fire Department, especially Chief Tom Hummel πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ Chief Hummel has been in charge of running the City's vaccination clinics over the past few months in conjunction with the Lake County General Health District and has worked closely with leaders in our minority communities to make sure everyone has a chance to be vaccinated. Chief Hummel is at every clinic and has recruited community translators to make sure everyone feels comfortable and welcome during vaccination. Thank you Chief Hummel for your awesome work! #PainesvillePride

05/10/2021
2021 Painesville State of the City

As with so many events over the past year, this year's State of the City address is virtual. Painesville City Manager Doug Lewis takes a moment to reflect on 2020 and give a preview of what we can look forward to in 2021 #StateoftheCity #PainesvillePride

Wet day! Look out for the next Second Sundays at Farm & Flea - DPO in June
05/09/2021

Wet day! Look out for the next Second Sundays at Farm & Flea - DPO in June

05/09/2021
Congratulations to all the 2021 graduates! πŸŽ“
05/08/2021

Congratulations to all the 2021 graduates! πŸŽ“

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month 🏍 Stay alert and remember to also keep grass clippings off the road! It creates...
05/07/2021

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month 🏍 Stay alert and remember to also keep grass clippings off the road! It creates slick pavement for motorists 🌱

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. With warmer weather, it’s time to remind everyone to be on the alert and to share the road with motorcyclists.

Be sure to check out the Downtown Painesville Organization's upcoming events!
05/07/2021

Be sure to check out the Downtown Painesville Organization's upcoming events!

Thank you Christine Price at the Lake County Tribune (Gazette Newspapers/Great Lakes Printing) for publishing an article about our upcoming events! We agree, good news happens and we are thrilled to be a part of it all!!

Come check out our upcoming events in Downtown Painesville!
Second Sundays at Farm & Flea - DPO Page
Second Sundays at Farm and Flea - 2021 Series Event
DPO Virtual Wine & Chocolate Tasting Event
DPO Friday Night Car Cruises Page
Painesville Car Cruise Fridays Event

πŸ’§ Hydrant Flushing in Painesville City πŸ’§The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in section 6 and 7 of...
05/07/2021

πŸ’§ Hydrant Flushing in Painesville City πŸ’§

The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in section 6 and 7 of Painesville City the week of May 10. Section 6 includes the area west of Richmond Street, north of Mentor Avenue and the north and south side streets of E Erie Street to the township line. Section 7 includes north of E Walnut Avenue, west of S State Street, south of Mentor Avenue and the north and south side street of Main Street to the township line.

Flushing water lines in the spring and fall is an important preventive maintenance activity for the water system. As a result, residents in the immediate vicinity may experience temporary discoloration of their water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water, clear the pipes by running all water faucets for a few minutes.

πŸ’§ Hydrant Flushing in Painesville City πŸ’§

The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in section 6 and 7 of Painesville City the week of May 10. Section 6 includes the area west of Richmond Street, north of Mentor Avenue and the north and south side streets of E Erie Street to the township line. Section 7 includes north of E Walnut Avenue, west of S State Street, south of Mentor Avenue and the north and south side street of Main Street to the township line.

Flushing water lines in the spring and fall is an important preventive maintenance activity for the water system. As a result, residents in the immediate vicinity may experience temporary discoloration of their water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water, clear the pipes by running all water faucets for a few minutes.

Complete Painesville Electric Efficiency Smart's short survey and receive a $5 digital coupon for their online store (πŸ’‘πŸ’‘...
05/07/2021
Efficiency Smart Survey

Complete Painesville Electric Efficiency Smart's short survey and receive a $5 digital coupon for their online store (πŸ’‘πŸ’‘πŸ’‘). You will also be entered to win 1 of 3, $100 Visa gift cards. Click the link below or visit www.efficiencysmart.org/survey

Efficiency Smart Survey

This year's Party in the Park will be split into 4 separate days. See you Saturday, May 22 for the first Party in the Pa...
05/07/2021

This year's Party in the Park will be split into 4 separate days. See you Saturday, May 22 for the first Party in the Park Lite hosted by the Painesville Community Improvement Corporation 🎢

Get those photos in! πŸ“· Comment or message us for your chance to win
05/06/2021

Get those photos in! πŸ“· Comment or message us for your chance to win

Back by popular demand, it's our Spring in Painesville photo contest! 🌸 You've got plenty of time to take those amazing shots, with the deadline to submit May 26. Simply direct message us your entry or put in the comments below πŸ“·

For those wondering if the cicadas are coming this summer πŸ¦—
05/05/2021

For those wondering if the cicadas are coming this summer πŸ¦—

Β‘Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
05/05/2021

Β‘Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

Β‘Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

05/03/2021
Painesville City Council Meeting 05.03.2021

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, City Council's regularly scheduled meeting will be held virtually and broadcasted live on the city website and page. For council member's contact information, go to www.painesville.com/council. To submit a comment or question, email the Clerk of Council ([email protected]) before 12:00 noon on the day of a council meeting to have your comment read publically. The next regularly scheduled City Council meeting will be held on May 17.

Congrats and good luck! πŸŒͺπŸŽ“
05/03/2021

Congrats and good luck! πŸŒͺπŸŽ“

Great job! Thank you for helping keep Painesville beautiful πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
05/02/2021

Great job! Thank you for helping keep Painesville beautiful πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

05/01/2021
ROAD NOTICE  The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in sections 4 and 5 of Painesville City the week...
04/30/2021

ROAD NOTICE The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in sections 4 and 5 of Painesville City the week of May 3rd. Section 4 includes the area north of Jackson Street, west of Richmond Street to Newell Street. Section 5 includes the area north of Mentor Avenue, west of Newell Street to Railroad tracks, and all of Heisley Park.

Flushing water lines in the spring and fall is an important preventive maintenance activity for the water system. As a result, residents in the immediate vicinity may experience temporary discoloration of their water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water, clear the pipes by running all water faucets for a few minutes.

For more information, please contact the Water Distribution office at 440-392-2975 or the Water Plant at 440-392-9565.

ROAD NOTICE The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in sections 4 and 5 of Painesville City the week of May 3rd. Section 4 includes the area north of Jackson Street, west of Richmond Street to Newell Street. Section 5 includes the area north of Mentor Avenue, west of Newell Street to Railroad tracks, and all of Heisley Park.

Flushing water lines in the spring and fall is an important preventive maintenance activity for the water system. As a result, residents in the immediate vicinity may experience temporary discoloration of their water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water, clear the pipes by running all water faucets for a few minutes.

For more information, please contact the Water Distribution office at 440-392-2975 or the Water Plant at 440-392-9565.

Happy Arbor Day! A whole day dedicated to trees 🌳 Interested in planting a new tree in the yard? Check out the Arbor Day...
04/30/2021

Happy Arbor Day! A whole day dedicated to trees 🌳 Interested in planting a new tree in the yard? Check out the Arbor Day Foundation's tree guides to find the perfect fit: https://www.arborday.org/trees/index-choosing.cfm?utm_source=Arborday.org&utm_medium=Top_Menu&utm_campaign=Dropdown_Menu&utm_term=Trees&utm_content=Choosing_a_Tree

Happy Arbor Day! A whole day dedicated to trees 🌳 Interested in planting a new tree in the yard? Check out the Arbor Day Foundation's tree guides to find the perfect fit: https://www.arborday.org/trees/index-choosing.cfm?utm_source=Arborday.org&utm_medium=Top_Menu&utm_campaign=Dropdown_Menu&utm_term=Trees&utm_content=Choosing_a_Tree

04/27/2021
Painesville City 'We the People' Day Public Hearing

Pursuant to Section 123.01 adopted by the electors of the City of Painesville at the November 2020 general election, Painesville City Council will virtually hold a public hearing (via Zoom) for a Council β€œWe the People” Day on Tuesday, April 27 at 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Painesville, Ohio to take public comment on the impact of political contributions of corporations, unions, PACS and super-PACs on the City. Any citizen of the City of Painesville may attend and participate. Participation is limited to 5 minutes of comment per citizen.

Zoom Link: https://bit.ly/3r7ZznP
Event Number: 889 0403 3540
Event Password: 007396

Painesville Recreation is now accepting registrations! Call 440-392-5907 πŸ₯‡
04/27/2021

Painesville Recreation is now accepting registrations! Call 440-392-5907 πŸ₯‡

Painesville Recreation is now accepting registrations! Call 440-392-5907 πŸ₯‡

Morley Library has announced they will be opening their doors again next week πŸ‘πŸ“–πŸ“š
04/26/2021

Morley Library has announced they will be opening their doors again next week πŸ‘πŸ“–πŸ“š

The library building will reopen to the public on Monday, May 3, 2021.

πŸ”΅ Library hours will continue to be M/W/F 9am-5pm, T/TH 11am-7pm, and Saturdays 10am-2pm.

πŸ”΅ A limited number of public computers will continue to be available by appointment only.

πŸ”΅ Patrons aged 10+ are required to wear a mask in the building.

πŸ”΅ Children aged 0-15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

πŸ”΅ Our drive-up window will remain available for those who prefer to pick up their materials from the comfort and safety of their car.

πŸ”΅ All Morley and CLEVNET digital media services will continue to be available at www.morleylibrary.org/research/digital-media

πŸ”΅ Information services and assistance will be available in person, by phone or via email. Call 440-352-3383, or email [email protected] or [email protected].

πŸ”΅ Until further notice, programs will continue virtually via Zoom, the Library’s page, and on our YouTube channel.

🚧 ROAD NOTICE 🚧 The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in section 3 of Painesville City the week of ...
04/26/2021

🚧 ROAD NOTICE 🚧 The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in section 3 of Painesville City the week of April 26. Section 3 includes the area north of Sanford Street and Storrs Street.

Flushing water lines in the spring and fall is an important preventive maintenance activity for the water system. As a result, residents in the immediate vicinity may experience temporary discoloration of their water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water, clear the pipes by running all water faucets for a few minutes.

For more information, please contact the Water Distribution office at 440-392-2975 or the Water Plant at 440-392-9565.

🚧 ROAD NOTICE 🚧 The Painesville Water Department will be flushing hydrants in section 3 of Painesville City the week of April 26. Section 3 includes the area north of Sanford Street and Storrs Street.

Flushing water lines in the spring and fall is an important preventive maintenance activity for the water system. As a result, residents in the immediate vicinity may experience temporary discoloration of their water. This discoloration consists primarily of harmless silt and air and does not affect the safety of the water. If you experience discoloration in your water, clear the pipes by running all water faucets for a few minutes.

For more information, please contact the Water Distribution office at 440-392-2975 or the Water Plant at 440-392-9565.

The Downtown Painesville Organization's DPO Virtual Wine & Chocolate Tasting is back but with a virtual twist! For the p...
04/24/2021

The Downtown Painesville Organization's DPO Virtual Wine & Chocolate Tasting is back but with a virtual twist! For the price of a ticket, receive two bottles of wine and chocolate while zooming in to hear wine expert David S. Pickup from Debonne Vineyards share his knowledge. Did we mention all wine and chocolate are from #local businesses?! 🍷🍫

Please note this is a virtual event and pick up is on May 20 at the Gage House on S State Street. The quarterly resident newsletter had a typo under the location and we apologize for any inconvenience.

Grand River Cellars, Debonne Vineyards, Marianne's Chocolates

The Downtown Painesville Organization's DPO Virtual Wine & Chocolate Tasting is back but with a virtual twist! For the price of a ticket, receive two bottles of wine and chocolate while zooming in to hear wine expert David S. Pickup from Debonne Vineyards share his knowledge. Did we mention all wine and chocolate are from #local businesses?! 🍷🍫

Please note this is a virtual event and pick up is on May 20 at the Gage House on S State Street. The quarterly resident newsletter had a typo under the location and we apologize for any inconvenience.

Grand River Cellars, Debonne Vineyards, Marianne's Chocolates

♻️ Lake County's Special Collection for Electronics is this Saturday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Lake County Fairgrou...
04/23/2021

♻️ Lake County's Special Collection for Electronics is this Saturday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Lake County Fairgrounds. This is a FREE service for all Lake County residents! ♻️

♻️ Recycle OUTDATED electronics!!! ♻️
Electronics Collection April 24, 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m, Lake County Fairgrounds. All personal information is safely & professionally erased.
Most household electronics are ACCEPTED. NO TVs!

Congratulations to Painesville Police Department's newest patrol officer Steven Ettinger πŸ‘ You may recognize Officer Ett...
04/22/2021

Congratulations to Painesville Police Department's newest patrol officer Steven Ettinger πŸ‘ You may recognize Officer Ettinger from the front security desk at City Hall. Congratulations!

All in a day's work πŸˆπŸ‘¨β€πŸš’
04/22/2021

All in a day's work πŸˆπŸ‘¨β€πŸš’

PURFECT RESCUE: It's a big clichΓ© that firemen rescue cats from trees... but that is just what happened in Painesville yesterday.

PCFD A-Shift personnel were called to the scene of a cat stuck in a tree about 25 feet off the ground. The owner was attempting to rescue the cat, which was creating an unsafe condition. The cat appeared to be in great distress.

After determining that a safe aerial operation could be completed, FF Kevin Niebes was able to rescue the cat and return it safely to the owner. While in most instances, cats will come down from trees on their own, we were happy to aid our resident and new cat friend.

How will you celebrate Earth Day? πŸŒ±πŸŒ³πŸŒŠβ˜‘οΈ Organize a litter clean up for your streetβ˜‘οΈ Utilize a reusable water bottle ins...
04/22/2021

How will you celebrate Earth Day? 🌱🌳🌊

β˜‘οΈ Organize a litter clean up for your street
β˜‘οΈ Utilize a reusable water bottle instead of disposable plastic bottles
β˜‘οΈ Donate old clothing and items instead of throwing them in the trash
β˜‘οΈ Buy local! Support local produce and restaurants to cut down on food emissions
β˜‘οΈ Plant a tree, shrub or flowers to help absorb run offer and offer shade
β˜‘οΈ Commit to recycling right! Go to www.republicservices.com/recycling-guide
β˜‘οΈ Try biking or walking instead of driving for the day... you might love it!
β˜‘οΈ Take a hike! Enjoy the beautiful parks right in your back yard
β˜‘οΈ Save energy. Utilize Painesville Electric's Efficient Smart program to cut down on power usage in a smart way www.efficiencysmart.org/painesville-ohio
β˜‘οΈ Use reusable bags when going to the grocery store so those plastic ones don't end up in a landfill.

How will you celebrate Earth Day? 🌱🌳🌊

β˜‘οΈ Organize a litter clean up for your street
β˜‘οΈ Utilize a reusable water bottle instead of disposable plastic bottles
β˜‘οΈ Donate old clothing and items instead of throwing them in the trash
β˜‘οΈ Buy local! Support local produce and restaurants to cut down on food emissions
β˜‘οΈ Plant a tree, shrub or flowers to help absorb run offer and offer shade
β˜‘οΈ Commit to recycling right! Go to www.republicservices.com/recycling-guide
β˜‘οΈ Try biking or walking instead of driving for the day... you might love it!
β˜‘οΈ Take a hike! Enjoy the beautiful parks right in your back yard
β˜‘οΈ Save energy. Utilize Painesville Electric's Efficient Smart program to cut down on power usage in a smart way www.efficiencysmart.org/painesville-ohio
β˜‘οΈ Use reusable bags when going to the grocery store so those plastic ones don't end up in a landfill.

April showers ... crushed all our flowers! 😭 Painesville Square still looking beautiful
04/21/2021

April showers ... crushed all our flowers! 😭 Painesville Square still looking beautiful

To The Tune Of "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow". Oh the weather outside was spiteful, but soon will be delightful, so if you have places to go, bundle up, get it done, it's just snow. πŸ“· By @tristawright_ In Downtown Painesville, OH #ohio #thisiscle #lakecountyohiophotography #lakecountyohio #lakecountyoh #remarkablelakecountyoh #snow #lakecountyohiophotographer #pictureoftheday #picoftheday #spring2021 #ohiophotos #ohioviews #ohiohasit #onetanktrip #thebestphotographers #travelandleisure #theohiocollective #thegreatoutdoors #ohiofindithere #ohiotravel #roamohio #discoverohio #northeastohio #exploreohio #ohioexplored #painesvilleohio #beautifulohio #ohioisbeautiful #ohiogram

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Settled in 1800, Painesville is the county seat of Lake County, Ohio and is located along the beautiful Grand River, roughly 30 miles northeast of Cleveland. Painesville is home to Lake Erie College, Morley Library and a dynamic historical downtown district. It is named after General Edward Paine who served in the Revolutionary War and settled in the area shortly after. Painesville has a population of over 19,000 per the 2010 census. For more information visit www.painesville.com or call 440-352-9301.


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    I have been babying this tree ever since the city planted these half dead trees a couple years ago. I finally got it full and looking good and bam, just like that half of its gone. I made sure the limbs weren’t on the sidewalk or the street.
    To Painesville utilities.. How is this not a major problem..?? St clair / main street In Painesville Allyway next to card & games Behind Bella Donna nail salon.. Come on. Really.. A Blind Person could do a better repair to fix this. !!
    The streets are in terrible shape! Where are the plows? Its very dangerous!
    Does anyone know why CVS on E. Erie is closed?
    Does anyone know about a trunk or treat at Harvey High today?
    Demolition Derby! Lake Co. Fairgrounds Painesville, Ohio SATURDAY & SUNDAY! $15 General Admission hours & hours of DESTRUCTION!
    If you’ve ever had that β€œroad rage” attitude, now is your chance to be in a Demolition Derby! Windshield Class! Remove side & rear glass, wire drivers door shut, move battery and DONE! Ready to derby!! See you Saturday!
    Thanks all of you for your amazing work here to all of us at McKinley Grove. You work tirelessly for our city and make it possible for me to be able to sleep well here at night. Thank you.
    DEMOLITION DERBY!! Need something to do?? Tired of raking leaves and being stuck inside??! Join us October 17 & 18 at Lake Co. Fairgrounds in Painesville, Ohio for the largest demolition derby in the Midwest! This show will be televised live on Pay-Per-View! General Admission: $15 (kids 8 & under free)