- Service Department
- City-Owned Property
The City of Bay Village owns and maintains numerous public buildings, land, and vehicles.
The City owns and maintains more than a dozen buildings, including:
- Bay Boat Club
- Bay Lodge
- Bradley Road Park Restroom Building
- Cahoon Park Restroom and Concession Building
- City Hall
- Community House
- Dwyer Memorial Senior Center
- Family Aquatic Center
- Fire Station
- Police Station
- Reese Park Restroom Building
- Reuben Osborn House
- Rose Hill Museum
- Service Garage
More information on the City’s historic buildings is available from the Bay Village Historical Society.
The City owns and maintains 120 acres of park land, and jointly owns and maintains 60-acre Walker Road Park in Avon Lake. The Service Department staff performs all routine maintenance on park landscaping and facilities.
The City owns and maintains a fleet of 167 vehicles, including vehicles for the following departments:
- Community Services
- Service (Service Department vehicles are used for leaf collection, snow removal, and property maintenance.)
Did you know?
Did you know? The same trucks are used for both leaf collection and snow removal. This can cause delays in the late fall and early winter while the trucks are converted from one function to the other.
The City of Bay Village Service Department disposes of obsolete and surplus items through the govdeals.com online auction service. Items are added periodically throughout the year as they become available. Please check our listings frequently to view current items. All details for inspections and bidding are outlined in the auction item information section.