Water/Sewer payments are due by Dec. 21, 2018.  Payments received after that date are subject to a 10% late fee.

*Please note: The Board of Public Affairs recently updated the Rules and Regulations to state that any water and sewer bill not paid by the due date (a delinquent account) AND with a balance of $500 or greater will have services shut off 10 days after falling into a delinquent status.  Payment plans are available to anyone who is having trouble paying their water/sewer bill.  If you are making regularly scheduled payments on a payment plan, your account is not delinquent.   


Meeting Change:  Burton Village Council will meet on Monday, December 17, 7:00 pm, Burton Public Library, Large Meeting Room, 2nd Floor.  This meeting takes the place of the December 10 and December 24, 2018, regularly scheduled Council Meetings (both canceled).


November 8, 2018 -- The Village has become aware that our website is not fully ADA compliant with the latest standards. Please be aware that we are working to improve our accessibility standards. If you have any particular issues or problems accessing, viewing or reading the website, please contact Lisa Hernandez, 440-834-4474, or email 1villageofburton@sbcglobal.net.  Thank you for your patience as we make this important transition to serve you better!


The Village of Burton's preliminary Strategic Plan.  Residents are encouraged to read it and provide feedback.  You can email the Village at 1villageofburton@sbcglobal.net with your suggestions. 


The Welton Cemetery Map is now online here.      


 

 

Mayor Joe Hernandez, Village Arborist Debbie Palmisano and Tree Commission member Matt Markiewicz handed out free Golden Rain seedings during Arbor Day 2018, held on October 13, in the Village Park. Despite the rain and cold temperatures, everyone had a wonderful time! Mayor Hernandez is seen here, reading the Arbor Day Proclamation.

(left to right) Burton Mayor Joe Hernandez, Arborist Debbie Palmisano and Tree Commission member, Matt Markiewicz, during Arbor Day 2018.


2017 Consumer Confidence Report


 Recreational Fire Pits --   No fire pit fires are permitted in the Village between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm, during the months of March, April, May, October and November (per Burton Fire Department).  Additionally, there may be other Burn Bans in place, as needed. These fire pit fires are for recreational use only (cookouts). Open burning, and/or burning of trash is never permitted within Village limits.


 The Village of Burton is  on Facebook and Twitter. Check us out!


WCAG 2.0 (Level AA)


 

Upcoming Events

Mayor's Permit Required

  

Burton Village Residents and Contractors Working Within the Village

Please be aware that no person, firm or corporation having cause to perform work necessitating the involvement of a portion of the sidewalks, roadways, water systems, and/or sewer systems of the Village shall do so without applying for a Mayor's Permit through the Village Office. This includes having work done on your property that may impact the water/sewer lines that are there. This application will include detailing the nature of the work contemplated, the method of work, the remedial work planned, the starting date and the anticipated completion date. Please call or stop by the Village Office before any work has begun to avoid penalties.

Application for Mayor's Permit

Attention Snow Plow Drivers

Snow PlowBurton Village Codified Ordinances 733.01

Permit required.

Fee.

“A Mayor’s Permit shall be obtained before any person is permitted to plow snow within the Village. Said permit shall require a fee of five dollars ($5.00). Said permit shall be valid from October 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018, and shall be effective for one season only.”

Permits available in the Village Offices, second floor.

Alerts

Burton Alert

Burton Village Emergency Notification System (not the same as Geauga Alerts!)

Alert SignBurton Village’s new emergency notification system, Burton Alert, enables you to receive, at no extra charge*, informational messages from the Village in the event of an emergency.  The information sent through Burton Alert is intended to help keep you informed should the Village experience a significant event such as a water main break, boil alert, public health emergency, weather emergency, etc.  Messages may cover such subjects as safety alerts and directions on what to do; the location of a shelter; evacuation orders; debris removal information; and the Village’s response to an emergency.  You can receive either a phone call or text message to a designated number, AND an email.

Sign up forms will be included in the August/September newsletter as well as in the August water bills. Forms will also be available in the Village Office soon. Plans are for the new system to be live on October 2, 2017.

You can apply on-line by downloading the Burton Alert Sign Up Form, complete it, and press the "Submit" button on the form.

*Individual text charges may apply depending on your mobile carrier.

Geauga Alerts!

Sign up for Geauga Alerts! In the event of an emergency or severe weather condition, a text message alert will be sent to the phone number provided. **PLEASE N0TE: Geauga Alerts! and Burton Alert are not the same thing.  Signing up for Geauga Alerts! does not mean you are automatically signed up for Burton Alert.  Geauga Alerts! is for Geauga County, and Burton Alert is for Burton Village, only.

To reach the registration page go to the Sheriff's Office page (http://www.sheriff.co.geauga.oh.us/) and select “Geauga Public Alerts”.

The direct URL is http://entry.inspironlogistics.com/geauga_county_oh/wens.cfm