Silver Lake Village Hall
2961 Kent Road
Silver Lake, OH 44224
Village of Silver Lake is a beautiful community made up of tree-lined
streets and gorgeous lakes located in Summit County and nestled between the
cities of Cuyahoga Falls and Stow.
The Village of
Silver Lake has a rich and colorful history. The Village began as an
amusement park that included an airport and racetrack. At the height
of its success, the park had 10,000 visitors a day. The park was
sold in 1917 and subdivided for residential building. The Village
was incorporated in 1918.
The Village is
home to approximately 2,519 residents. Silver Lake Residents enjoy a
multitude of educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities.
Village residents can find quality academics at institutions such as Kent
State University and the University of Akron; enjoy a stroll in the MetroParks; attend an Akron Aeros game; or take pleasure in listening to a
musical event at Blossom Music Center.
We invite you to
share in our wonderful history and take advantage of the many
opportunities that await you. You will enjoy the tranquility and
peacefulness that goes along with living in the Village of Silver Lake.
If you have a question or comment for any Village
official, please email them directly or email the Mayor at
firstname.lastname@example.org and he will
forward the message.
Notice is hereby given that Resolution No.:
11-2014 was passed by the Council of the Village of Silver Lake,
expressing the intent of the Village of Silver Lake to dispose of, advertise
and/or sell property that is surplus, unneeded or obsolete via internet
auction during the year 2014.
Residents currently enrolled in the Village's natural gas
supplied by Constellation Energy will pay a fixed rate of $4.585/Mcf for all gas
consumed during the months of April 2014 through September 2014.
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Ordinance No.: 13-2010
AN ORDINANCE TO IDENTIFY AND PROSCRIBE THE KEEPING AND BEHAVIOR OF WILD OR
EXOTIC ANIMALS LIVESTOCK, AND VICIOUS AND DANGEROUS DOGS IN THE VILLAGE AND
PROVIDE FOR THE ENFORCEMENT THEREOF, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
Kimble does not collect
trash on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving
Day, and Christmas Day. Should any of these legal holidays fall on any
weekday, your collection day will move to Saturday.