Community News

January 2023

Message from Mayor Pribonic

Dear Stow Residents,

With New Year’s Eve behind us, now is that time when we reflect on the previous year and celebrate the arrival of the new year. It’s also a time to share hopeful Happy New Year wishes with everyone in your life, including friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors. After all, these are the people you made incredible memories with in 2022 and will continue to make memories with in 2023.


I hope everyone is safe and warm after the weather event over Christmas. What a way to bring closure to the year! I am so grateful to our wonderful City workforce for keeping us all safe by maintaining our roadways. We strive to ensure safe streets through efficient and timely snow and ice control during the winter season. We use the latest advancements in snow fighting equipment, technology and materials, and are blessed with an experienced, well-trained staff. We are prepared to handle any type of winter storm event.


As we officially closed out 2022, I am amazed by the work our City has accomplished in so many areas! As a community, we have much to be proud of. Our residents, our businesses, our organizations, our government, and our schools. Now that 2022 has come and gone, we can focus on the year ahead. We have set the stage for a bright future! I just know 2023 is going to be a year to remember for our community. For 2023, a distinct goal of our plan is to increase collaboration between all entities and the city in an effort to work together for the good of our community. We will also strive to:



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CivicReady - Emergency Notifications

The City of Stow uses CivicReady to send emergency alerts. Sign up to receive emergency alerts via text message, email, and / or phone call.

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Christmas Tree Recycling

The Christmas tree drop off area will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week from December 26 to the end of February.

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What You Need To Know About Parking Bans

Parking bans prohibit motorists from parking cars in the street.

Whenever the City has a snow event of a depth of two inches or more, the mayor may declare that an emergency exists and that the snowfall constitutes a serious public hazard impairing transportation, fire, health and public protection and other vital facilities of the City. And in order for snowplowing operations to be completed, a parking ban is issued to prohibit motorists from parking cars on City side streets, so that the streets are unobstructed for essential functions, such as snow plowing and emergency services. During the period of the emergency, law dictates that no person shall park or leave unattended any vehicle of any kind upon the streets.

The City of Stow thanks you in advance for your adherence to this law.

Armed Forces Banner Program

Honor a past or present member of the Armed Forces with a commemorative banner flying high above the community streets. Honorees are not required to be current or past residents of Stow or Munroe Falls.

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Women in Arts - Call to Artists

Call to Artists to provide sculptures, paints, prints, mixed media, and photography.

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Online Permit Access and Processing Portal

Citizens can now access the City of Stow's NEW permit application processing portal.

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News from Summit Soil & Water

Milkweed Collection - Thank You!
2023 Master Rain Gardener Courses

Fun In Stow

Programs and Events

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