The Big Red Community is selling banners to be showcased on telephone poles along State Route 43 near the Field Local and Suffield Schools. Forms are available online or can be picked up at the Town Hall in Brimfield.
At long last, the traffic signal at the intersection of Howe Road and State Route 43 is in service!! Brimfield Township Trustees and residents have petitioned ODOT for years for a traffic signal at that intersection and they finally listened! While we are all excited about it and have been hoping for it for so long, please drive carefully as you approach the signal. Until people are used to having the functioning traffic signal, it is going to be easy to forget it’s there, at least for a bit of time. Long time coming!
Edson Road’s paving has begun! Edson Road will be closed to all through traffic from I-76 to Sherman Road today. Emergency vehicles, school buses. and residents only will be permitted. On Thursday, Sept 6, weather permitting , Edson Road will be closed to all through traffic from Sherman Road to Meloy Road. Please make note: if you are a resident that must use Edson Road, be prepared to show proof of residency. Please keep in mind there will be loose gravel at the sides of the road and no center or edge lines for the time being. Please drive carefully!
This year’s Brimfest will be held September 20-23. The Military and Veterans Appreciation Parade will be Saturday, Sept. 22 beginning at 10 am with a Memorial Service immediately following the parade. For more information, please visit the Brimfield Chamber of Commerce website at https://brimfieldchamber.com/latest_news/brimfest-contests-forms-more-2018-brimfest-forms/
The Brimfield Community Cupboard and partners, the Brimfield Police Department and the Faith United Methodist Church Women’s Ministry, is gathering school supplies for an August distribution to Brimfield children in need. Each year it becomes a bigger challenge to supply each child with the required list of items that they will need to start the next school year, so any donation of the following supplies will be greatly appreciated. read more…
The Brimfield Police Department is pleased to soon provide an online portal via their website (www.brimfieldpolice.com) for our residents to safely and securely submit Vacation Watch information online, which will be directed to their Department and to their officers on patrol. Previously, residents requesting a Vacation Watch would need to call the police department and have a form filled out by hand by a staff member taking your phone call. This public portal option eliminates the requirement to do that going forward.