VILLAGE OF RICHFIELD 

PUBLIC NOTICE   -   AUGUST 18, 2020


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Village of Richfield intends to clear-out and dispose of all property not belonging to the Village that has been stored at the Parks and Recreation Center located at 3333 Brecksville Road. Any individual with reason to believe that they have property stored at the Parks and Recreation Center must contact Laura Toth, Interim Parks and Recreation Director, by email Ltoth@richfieldvillageohio.org or phone 330-659-9201 x234 to setup an appointment to pick up the belongings in order to reclaim the property. Any individual wishing to reclaim property held by the Village must provide proof of ownership or sign an affidavit attesting to their ownership of the property. 

  Any property not reclaimed within 30 days of the date of this notice will be either destroyed or sold by the Village in accordance with the law.


Questions should be directed to: Laura Toth, Interim Park Director,  Ltoth@richfieldvillageohio.org or 330-659-9201 extension 234.



An informational message from Ms. Donna Skoda, Director Summit County Public Health, Prevention of COVID-19 going forward and wearing masks:  Click on this link

A message from the Mayor and the Incident Management Team: Read more...


VILLAGE EVENTS AND PROGRAM CANCELLATIONS DUE TO COVID-19: 

For up to date information regarding Village cancellations, click here.  For refunds, please email a copy of your payment confirmation to Ltoth@richfieldvillageohio.org

GARAGE SALE INFORMATION FROM SUMMIT COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT:   click here.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Alerts

For more resources regarding the Coronavirus situation, please click here

The Village Incident Command & Preparedness Group has produced a list of FAQs about COVID-19.

Village FAQs - Preparing, Coping, Caring for Pets, and Limiting Spread

Attention Residents

The Village will strictly follow the State of Ohio guidelines provided to us by Governor DeWine with respect to Social Gathering rules.  This will form the Mayor’s basis with regard to public parks and facilities for the remainder of the year.  

On June 1, the Village will open the parks, pavilions and playgrounds to be used as long as the Governor’s rules are followed for social distancing.  No more than ten (10) people in a group is permitted at this time.   Village buildings, including Village Town Hall, Fellowship Hall, Senior Center, Recreation Center, Old Town Hall, and Masonic Hall, will be closed to the public until the Governor lifts the 10-person rule.      

Donations being requested for Village Safety Forces

The Village of Richfield Safety Forces are requesting assistance with donations of Personal Protective Equipment. E.g. Gowns, Dust masks and N-95 masks. Any such donations would be greatly appreciated and can be dropped off at the Richfield Fire Department.


Some photos from the decontamination efforts around Village facilities.
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Online Registration

We are moving to online registration as our primary means to sign up for Parks and Rec programs and events. Click here to go to the registration site.

NOTICE: Richfield Village will use internet auctions to sell unneeded, obsolete, or unfit municipal property for the calendar year 2020 per Resolution 10-2020.  Auction listings can be found on govdeals.com