CONTINUED ECONOMIC SUCCESS – A continued commitment to keeping Strongsville a Business Hub by retaining and bringing new business and development to the city. Continue to hold our Moody’s AAA Bond Rating.
TOWN CENTER ENHANCEMENT PROJECT – The Strongsville Town Center Enhancement and Walkability Initiative is a project that will improve the connectivity and walkability of the area. This project will also construct new quality of life amenities that are beneficial to Strongsville residents with a focus on the area of families and children with disabilities.
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ONGOING CITY STREET IMPROVEMENTS – Prospect Storm Sewer Project – $2 Million has been approved by the Federal Government for this project. $15.9 Million will go to city street improvements this year.
BOSTON ROAD EXCHANGE – With the help of our State Representative Tom Patton, The Ohio State House of Representatives has passed House Bill 110, giving Strongsville’s City Council $100,000 for the work of an engineering consultant for the project.
TRIPLE BOND RATING – Strongsville is one of four cities in Cuyahoga County and fifteenth in the state of Ohio to achieve a AAA Bond Rating through Moody’s Investor Services.
SAFETY – Strongsville is the home of the Southwest Emergency Dispatch Center, servicing seven surrounding communities. Our Fire & Emergency Services are one of thirty-three agencies in the country to receive the Lifetime Award for Outstanding Cardiac Care.
STRONGSVILLE IS A BUSINESS HUB – Strongsville continues to draw businesses. According to Crain’s Cleveland Business, Strongsville’s business parks rank #1 (Strongsville Business & Technology Park), #7 (Progress Drive Business Park), and #11 (Dow Circle Research and Development Park) in Cuyahoga County. In 2021 Strongsville was designated as one of Cuyahoga County’s Job Hubs.
Paid for by The Boosters of Mayor Tom Perciak
John Ziegler, Treasure
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