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12 Old-Fashioned Christmas Towns You Should Visit https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/tripideas/12-old-fashioned-christmas-towns-you-should-visit/ss-BBPprQg?ocid=sfClick on link to read "12 Old-Fashioned Christmas Towns You Should Visit" by Jill Glesson and Lori Vanover for Country Magazine.  Christmas in Bedford Falls is on slide 10. "This holiday season, visit a place in touch with Christmas in the 1940s. On the afternoon of Dec. 8, the city transforms into the iconic small town of Bedford Falls, depicted in the classic film It’s a Wonderful Life. Shopkeepers greet customers with a bevy of delightful sweets and treats. Santa and Mrs. Claus welcome young children ... read more
Leaf Collection Leaf collection will begin in October. We will make continuous rounds of the city until all leaves are collected. Please do not rake leaves into the street as they block the catch basins and storm sewers. Please be considerate of parking on the street during leaf season. Workers are not able to pick up leaves if there is a car parked in front of a pile. ... read more
Lights Out for Hunger Please join the City of Bedford and turn off your holiday lights on December 19, and then donate your electricity savings or more to the “Lights Out for Hunger” campaign.Checks should be made out to The Southeast Clergy Council and sent to:First Baptist Church of Bedford                       445 Turney Road, Bedford, Ohio 44146Please include “Lights Out for Hunger” in the memo section of check.Proceeds will go to Southeast Clergy Hunger Center.Questions please call Beth 440-439-9755, or like us on Facebook ... read more
Ellenwood Project Due to a construction project at Ellenwood Center, the Parks and Recreation Department offices are temporarily at City Hall.  Ellenwood Center will be closed and registration will take place at City Hall during normal City Hall business hours, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  ... read more
RX Drug Drop Box Program A drug Pill Drop Box, supplied by the County, has been permanently installed in the lobby of the Bedford Police Department. Anyone with expired or unused prescription pills can dispose of their medication in the Pill Drop Box 24/7. PILLS ONLY. No needles or liquids.Prescription opiates are often the gateway to heroin addiction. Prescription opiates are commonly found in many medicine cabinets. It is vital that old prescriptions be properly disposed to keep one's family safe. Pills left unattended in a bathroom or medicine cabinet can be easily taken and misused.  Please utilize Cuyahoga County's Rx Drug Drop Box Program to keep your loved ... read more