Village of Northfield

Village of Northfield
10455 Northfield Rd
Northfield, Ohio 44067


Administration Bldg.
10455 Northfield Rd.
M-F 8am-4pm

Carmen Console Dept of Public Service
Service, Building, Zoning Dept. of Public Service

199 Ledge Rd.
M-F 7am-3pm

Observed That Our Village Offices Will Be Closed:

New Years Day
Martin Luther King Day
Presidents' Day
Good Friday
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving Day
Day After Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve


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The Village of Northfield is a full-service community with its own
Police and Fire Departments, Service, Building and Zoning
Departments, Village Engineer, and Mayor’s Court.

Latest News & Updates

Village Council Meeting
Date: August 12, 2020
Time: 7:30 pm

Virtual meeting info TBA.


YOGA at Smith Park.
Free to Village of Northfield Residents

Sundays 4:30 PM
Y6 Restore(relaxing deep stretch class)

Mondays 9AM
Y6 101(Beginner Yoga Class)
with family friendly music, sponsored by Yoga Six.

(In the case of rain and for updated class announcements please check YogaSix Facebook page.)

Andrew Gordon
General Manager
YogaSix Macedonia
YogaSix Highland Heights

a: 8210 Macedonia Commons Blvd. Unit 20
a: 757 Alpha Drive, Highland Heights
p: 440.290.6866


During Summit County Community Appreciation Days at the Akron Zoo, Northfield Village residents will enjoy free admission to the zoo 1pm to close daily starting September 12 through September 25.

Tickets will be available online at
starting August 29.

Residents must log-in or create an account on our website in order to receive their tickets for free.

They also must select the date and time slot they want to arrive and should read all visitor guidelines before reserving their free tickets (visitor guidelines as of June 2020 are also attached). Their reserved tickets will be emailed to them and will only be valid for the date and time they have selected and cannot be exchanged.
The ticket limit is still 4 per household.
Parking is not included and is $3 per car.




Village Council Meeting
Date: August 12, 2020
Time: 7:30 pm

Virtual meeting info TBA.



(posted 3/25/20)


Due to the recent pandemic of the COVID-19 virus, all
Village of Northfield offices will be closed to public access.

Items can be put in the drop boxes at each offices, questions by email or by phone. This directive does not apply to scheduled public meetings.

Mayor Jesse J. Nehez has made this decision based on the recommendations and guidance of State and local authorities. This closure will be in effect until further notice.

If assistance is needed from:

Department of Public Service 199 Ledge Rd, Lisa Rodriguez- 330 468 4363,

Mayor's Court 10455 Northfield Rd, Lisa Thellmann- 330 468 4366,

Mayor's Court fines can be made by leaving yor payment in the dropbox located outside of the main entrance, by mail or online at

Finance Department 10455 Northfield Rd, Jennifer Potvin- 330 468 4367,

If police assistance is needed contact dispatch at 330 467 7112,
A police officer will respond outside to assist you.

In the event of an emergency dial 911

Fire assistance, 330 523 9422,
If event of emergency please dial 911, or contact dispatch
at 330 467 7112

If any further assistance is needed, please contact Mayor Nehez's Administrative Assistant Lisa Rodriguez 330 468 4363 by phone or her email


We recommend that anyone with questions or concerns about the virus follow the guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization.





Dear Village Of Northfield Residents:

We are pleased to inform you that the collection of bulk items along with bagged extras outside the cart will begin again the week of Monday, May 11, 2020. To help continue keeping our people safe all trash must be bagged as we will not be picking up loose trash

Due to anticipated heavy volumes during the week some bulk stops may not be picked up on the regular service day. Waste Management crews will work to recover the material as quickly thereafter as possible based on crew availability.

No one can reliably predict the length of this emergency event, when potential service disruptions may occur, including another suspension of bulk collection and other services, or how long they may last. Waste Management will continue to provide prompt notice of our operational capabilities and changes as they occur.

We especially appreciate your understanding and support to help keep our drivers and their families safe during these challenging times.

If you have any questions, please contact Waste Management customer service at 1-866-797-9018.

Thank you Waste Management
(posted 5/5/20)


At this time during the State of Emergency, as of 4/1/20 Waste Management will only be collecting what fits inside of the Waste Management trash containers, no items outside of the containers. NO bulk item pick ups either. Thank you.

(posted 3/31/20)


At this time during the State of Emergency, Waste Management will only be collecting what fits inside of the Waste Management trash containers, no items outside of the containers.  Thank you.

(posted 3/25/20)



The Cemetery has been closely monitoring the effect of COVID - 19 in our community. While we still continue to serve our community , we also need to take steps to protect our employees and all ofour patrons. In this effort we are making adjustments and will continue to make changes as necessary.

Click here to read more.

(posted 3/25/20)




2020 Census


HOME WEATHERIZATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HWAP) assists income qualified individuals to lower their enegery usage. The HWAP Program may be able to provide the following services to income qualified Summit County residents:

  • New energy efficient furnance
  • New hot water tank
  • Insulation
  • New refrigerator
  • New freezer
  • LED light bulbs

For more information contact HWAP staff at 330-643-2357 or visit website.

  Summit SWCD 2020 Annual Tree Sale
Click here for more information.

The 2020 Envirothon is sponsored by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, Division of Soil and Water Resources and the Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. This program provides a unique opportunity to introduce your students to the concept of environmental conservation and promotes the idea that we need to use the Earth's resources in a sustainable manner that will benefit present and future generations.

Click here to read more.


Village of Northfield Residents and Property Owners:

In the past few days, Village Service Department and Administrative employees have fielded inquiries about the Village's quarterly sewer maintenance fee. This correspondence is intended to provide public information and clarification in response to those inquiries.

Click here to read more.



Residents please note:  If you see any utility lines down on the ground, please do not touch! Call Village non-emergency police dispatch (330.467.7112) with the address/location of the down wire/line. They will then send police out to assess the situation and dispatch will contact the utility company.





(a) No owner or occupant of lots or lands abutting any sidewalk shall fail to keep the sidewalks in repair and free from snow, ice or any nuisance, and to remove from such sidewalks all snow and ice accumulated thereon. Failure to maintain sidewalks may result back to the property owner or occupant, including placing the cost of said repairs onto the tax duplicate for collection, if necessary. In addition, in the event that the Municipality is the Municipality will look to the adjoining, abutting or appropriate landowner or occupant for contribution and indemnity. (Ord. 2003-09. Passed 4-9-03)

(b) Whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.

*Definition of Nuisance means sweep debris from sidewalk; keep sidewalk in repair and replace damaged 



Reverse Alert is a unique component to the County of Summit Emergency Notification and Warning System. The service is capable of warning citizens of severe threats to health and safety by sending emergency messages to email addresses, hearing impaired receiving devices and telephone lines (business lines, cellular phones and home numbers).

Summit County's Reverse Alert opt-in page .

  Street Lighting
If you notice a broken or burned out street light, please report them by visiting the link below.
Report Broken/Burned Our Street Lights
Then put beneath The Village and your fellow citizens appreciate you support in maintaining the lights and safety of our streets. Thank you for reporting any issues.


VFW Post 6768 located on 8584 Olde Eight Road in Northfield Center has a drop box for American flags collection for appropriate disposal. The drop off site is in the parking lot at the Post.

Northfield Village

Village Business

"Because photography is so much a part of my Real Estate business, I am happy to donate many of the photographs on this website,(excluding historical photographs), to the Village of Northfield."
Suzanne Paris, RE/MAX Crossroads 216.470.4395


University Hospital Bedford


For any questions or concerns regarding your Village of Sewer Maintenance invoice, please contact the Sewer Department.


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