Village of Northfield

Village of Northfield
10455 Northfield Rd
Northfield, Ohio 44067

M-F 8 am to 4 pm

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 Day


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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



Northfield Village residence only.
Entry forms can be printed here.
October 31 during trick-or-treat
Pumpkins should be dropped off at the Village Hall on October 31 between 6pm-8pm at the Village Fright Night Party - registration form must be attached / turned in with pumpkin.

Age groups 0-4, 5-8, 9-12

Pumpkin can be painted, carved, dressed….whatever creative way you want to decorate it.

The Village Recreation Board will judge / vote on winners of each age group.

Winners will be contacted and invited to the November 9th Council meeting to receive their award.

Judging will occur after Fright Night

  The Village of Northfield leaf pick-up schedule is to begin October 31st and continue to November 30th

The Service Department Superintendent, Jason Walters asks for residents to follow these guidelines for leaf pick-ups:

CLICK HERE to read more.
  October 26, 2016
Village Council Meeting
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Village of Northfield Town Hall
10455 Northfield Rd, Northfield


Trick or Treating in the Village will take place on October 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Village Fright Night Celebration will also take place that night in the Police Garage at Village Hall. Bring your little ghouls and goblins to get some tricks and treats.  


Fiscal Officer Scalise searching for owners of $2.1 million in unclaimed funds, visit Acme Fresh Market locations October 3rd - 14th

Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen M. Scalise CPA, CFE is searching for owners of over $2.1 million in county unclaimed funds. The Fiscal Office will host an unclaimed funds booth at participating Acme Fresh Markets during the first two weeks of October. Staff will be on-hand to search for citizens' names in the unclaimed funds database and assist with filing a claim to recover monies owed to them.

Click here to read more.

  APPLICATION FOR 2016/2017 SENIOR SNOW REMOVAL SERVICE-November 1st deadline.

For application click here.


Update form Northfield Village Service Director Jason Walters on the Ledge Road Project/Closing

The Ledge Rd Phase 1 Project is partially being funded by the Ohio Public Works Commission State Issue 1 Local Transportation Improvement Project Grant, not to exceed $349,359.00. Also partial funding from the Summit County Community Development Block Grant, not to exceed $50,000.
Under the guidelines of these grants, the Village could not.....
Read more at Vic's Corner.


Veteran Identification Cards to be issued at participating venues

Summit County Fiscal Officer Kristen M. Scalise CPA, CFE has announced that the veteran identification card will be available to military veterans at participating venues throughout Summit County. The card is similar in size and shape to a driver's license and can conveniently serve in place of the military discharge form DD214. Renewal cards will be available to those who hold a card expiring in 2017.

Click here
to read more.




On June 29, 2014, The Northfield Village Police Department responded to Vincent Avenue for a report of a firework or other explosive device thrown into a backyard patio area where a resident was sunbathing. The firework detonated near the resident's head, resulting in a medically confirmed 25% hearing loss. The Northfield Village Police is seeking the public's assistance and asking for information on the individual or individuals responsible for this crime. The Summit County Crimestoppers is offering up to $2,000.00 and a resident is offering an additional $500.00 for information resulting in the arrest and indictment of the responsible person(s). If you have information, please contact the Summit County Crimestoppers at (330) 467-2677, text your tip to 274637 (CRIMES), or send an E-Mail to You can also visit their Facebook at Summit County Crime Stoppers or website at Callers remain anonymous.




(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 


Senior Community Center at Epiphany Lutheran Church
10503 Valley View Rd., Northfield OH 44067
330 467 7710
Serving seniors in Northfield Center, Northfield Village and Sagamore Hills every Wednesday, 10:00 am - 4:00pm.

Click here for information.



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.

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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




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


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