Service Department

serviceThe Service Department shall have the responsibility for construction, improvement, and maintenance of all public works, buildings, grounds, parks, roads, streets, and all other public places of the municipality. Snow plowing and salting of local streets are done when conditions warrant. Wood chips are also available to residents for delivery. Please pick up an application at the Service Department or City Hall.

Contact: The service department is located at 9234 Columbia Road - directly behind the Olmsted Falls Fire Department

Joe Borczuch – Service Director                                          Gerry Peters – Service Manager

P: (440) 235-1345                                                                   P: (440) 235-1345                                  
F: (440) 427-2147                                                                   F: (440) 427-2147
Email: service@olmstedfalls.org                                         Email: service@olmstedfalls.org

The office is open Monday through Friday during the hours of 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM.


Update Turnpike Noise Wall - Redwood area - Great Lake Construction Company has been awarded the project for the various noise wall construction and related work.  This project extends from Hudson to Olmsted Falls which means they will be jumping through five communities.  Work has begun with brush clearing in the right-of-way limits.  All work, including the installation of the walls is expected to be completed by October 31, 2017.  This is an ODOT project on Ohio Turnpike property therefore for any other information please contact ODOT District 12 at 216-584-2005.


Storm and Sanitary Sewer Maintenance:

Olmsted Falls is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all sanitary and storm sewers located in the right-of-way including service connection laterals. The property owner is responsible for providing a test “T” (clean out), which will be located on private property to aid the service department in determining the location of a problem. If a test “T” is not available the Service Department will assist the homeowner in locating the test “T” through reviewing available drawings, probing of potential locations and minor hand excavations. If a solution to the problem cannot be found, and a test “T” is not located, the property owner, by copy of this policy will be notified that one must be installed.

If you experience a problem with a sanitary or storm sewer line, notify the Service Department. A complete copy of this policy is available at the Service Department.

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