FAIRPORT HARBOR PUBLIC LIBRARY
335 Vine Street
Fairport Harbor,Ohio 44077
Phone: (440) 354-8191
a Clevnet Library
FAIRPORT HARBOR SENIOR CENTER
1380 East Street
Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077
The Senior Center offers a wide assortment of programs and services. The facility is also available to rent out for your next event. Call for details.
A group of community members who help to provide and ensure that every child receives a memorable Christmas. The group organizes the annual Harbor Holidays held on the first Saturday in December, Holiday lighting contest, Halloween Costume Contest. To volunteer to shop or wrap or for additional information, contact: Linda Sentinek, (440) 354-4464 or
James Lorenczi, (440) 352-0037.
Beach Stickers are free to all residents with proof of residency and vehicle registration. They can be obtained at Village Hall.
CABLE TELEVISION SERVICE
Time Warner is the village cable provider.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce
1 Victoria Square, Suite 265a, Painesville, Ohio 44077
(440) 357-7572The Eastern Lake County Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a healthy economy and improve the quality of life in the Lake County, Ohio communities of Fairport Harbor, Grand River, City of Painesville, Painesville Township, Concord Township and Leroy Township.
Fairport Harbor Congregational Church
(United Church of Christ), 308 Third Street, (440) 352-4505
Family of Faith Christian Church
630 Second Street, Fairport Harbor, OH 44077
Community of St. Hildegard
630 Plum Street Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077 440-754-8002
Hungarian Evangelical & Reformed Church
601 Plum Street, Corner of Plum and Sixth Street, Sunday services in Hungarian and English,
Immanuel Lutheran Church
325 6th Street, Corner of Plum and Sixth Street,
Inspirational House Of Prayer
301 New Street, (440) 358-1485
St. Anthony of Padua Church (Roman Catholic)
521 Plum Street, (440) 354-4525.
Zion Lutheran Church
508 Eagle St., Sunday Services in Finnish and English, (440) 357-0070.
COFFEE WITH THE COPS
An opportunity to meet and talk informally with our police department. Held at the Senior Center on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m.
East Street. Managed by Condo Care Management
Second Street. Managed by Lake Management
High Street (railroad tracks). Managed by Lake Management
Hidden Harbor Estates
High Street (near Grand River Bridge). Managed by First Realty Management.
(800) 227-8378 for station and location information. Closest site to Fairport Harbor is located at the corner of Fairport Nursery Road and Route 20 (across from Major TruValue Hardware).
ASSOCIATIONS – ORGANIZATIONS – CLUBS
Fairport Harbor Men Civic Club
Meetings held at Village Hall (upstairs) on the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
Fairport Harbor Police Association
For Information, contact Police Chief J.P Leonard at the police administrative office,
Fairport Harbor Rod & Reel Association
P.O. Box 1038, Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077, (440) 354-9931
Fairport Harbor Yacht Club
1177 High Street, P.O. Box 1632, (440) 354-9083 (clubhouse), (440) 354-9021 ( island)
Fairport VFW Post 7754
540 New Street
Commander John Warmeling – Members must be related to or be service related. Annual Reverse Raffle, perch fries, holiday dances and New Year’s Eve Party. Party hall rental available.
Fairport VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Post 7754
Veterans Park, 540 New Street
President DePalma Bunting. Meetings held second Wednesday of the month. Members must be related to a war veteran. Membership dues $18 to join and $16 annually thereafter. Group holds fundraisers throughout the year.
Fairport Youth Football / Cheerleading
Fairport Youth Athletics
Daniel Hambor, President, (440) 637-1362. Young boys and girls learn the fundamentals of football and cheerleading. Sign up begins in May. Fee required.
Hungarian Culture Club
633 High Street (440) 354-4224
Social member $50, Key Card Club additional $10. Newly renovated hall available for parties at a charge.
International Student Exchange, ASSE,
an independent group that arranges for international students to live with host families during the school year. Contact Kevin Buchs, (440) 357-6352.
Rivers Edge Yacht Club
1313 High Street, (440) 354-2111
Western Reserve Yacht Club
1325 High Street, (440) 354-2434
Garage Sales can be held by permit only, available at the Village Hall. Garage sales are permitted up to six days a year but each garage sale maximum number of days is 3. There is no charge for this permit.
HTP Rack & Marina
625 High Street, (440) 357-0269
Hidden Harbor Marina
498 Hidden Harbor Dr. (440) 639-0381
Great Lakes Boat Works
217 High Street, (440) 354-2628
Hours: M-F 9-6, and Sat. & Sun. 9-1
Grand River Marine, Inc.
939 Water Street, (440) 352-7200
1313 High Street (marina), 482 Blackbrook Rd., Painesville (office), (440) 352-2339
225 High Street Fairport Harbor Phone: 440-357-5253
132 Richmond Street, Painesville, (440) 350-1163; pharmacy (440) 350-1928.
54 S. State Street, Painesville, (440) 639-8912; pharmacy (440) 352-0627
265 East Erie Street, Painesville, (440) 354-4432
Lake County Health District
5966 Heisley Road, Mentor, (440) 350-2543
TriPoint Medical Center
7590 Auburn Road, Concord Township, 440-375-8100
Pharmacautical Drug Disposal
Dispose of your drugs properly! Use Lake County’s pharmaceutical drug disposal collection bins for:
1. Public safety – preventing your medicines from ending up in the wrong hands
2. Environmental concerns – keeping contaminants out of the environment
Lake County GIS
County geographical information system provides interactive mapping for zoning, property search, tax information, flood zones, elevation, easements, and other geographically referenced information.
Lake County Land Reutilization Corp (LCLRC)
The mission of the Land Bank is to help stabilize and/or increase property values, strengthen communities and help to enhance the overall quality of life for Lake County residents by revitalizing abandoned and/or blighted residential or commercial structures, either by acquisition for rehabilitation and/or demolition. Further collaborative efforts keep an eye towards economic development, creating green space when appropriate, and when possible – making permanent neighborhood improvements.
8 N. State St., Ste. 215, Painesville OH 44077-3955
Phone 440-350-2133 Fax 440-350-2113 Cell 440-251-0008
The News-Herald www.news-herald.com
Daily paper located in Willoughby, Ohio, (440) 951-0000
The Plain Dealer www.cleveland.com
Daily paper headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, (800) 362-0727
The Port Authority is in charge of the public boat launch ramp and dredging of the channel. Meetings are held at Village Hall on the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. Fee information is available from Village Hall, (440) 352-3620.
POSTAL SERVICE (USPS)
705 High Street (440) 354-3136
2736 Northridge Rd., Painesville, (440) 354-4130
Drivers’ License Exam, (440) 354-9606
Third and Vine, facing west
Recycling is picked up curbside on same day as trash pickup. Tony Scheiber Hauling handles both services. (NEW)
Fairport Harbor Exempted Village Schools
Fairport Harding Junior/Senior High School, 329 Vine Street, (440) 354-3592
McKinley Elementary School, 602 Plum Street, (440) 354-4982
Board Office, 329 Vine Street, (440) 354-5400
Please do not block sidewalks to allow for snow removal.
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE ORGANIZATIONS
Call 2-1-1 for local information on:
Human service agencies
Food and shelter providers
Child care resources
Special services for seniors
County and city information
617 1/2 Third Street (near East Street)
Serving dinners the last Saturday of each month, open to the public. Bocce Ball leagues.
Lake County Visitors Bureau
Arts and entertainment, accommodations, sports and recreation, restaurants and other information about Lake County, Ohio.
Three types of bus service: local fixed routes, commuter express, and dial-a-ride for seniors and disabled persons.
Trash pick-up provided by Tony Scheiber Disposal Service for a fee, (440) 639-9503.
Residents must have a permit before removing trees in the tree lawns. This no-fee permit can be obtained by writing the Tree Commission at 220 Third Street, Fairport Harbor, Ohio 44077. Tree trimming does not require a permit. Tree removal and trimming must be done at the expense of the homeowner. The Tree Commission does fund (100%) the planting of new trees. The Village will care for the new tree for one year, after which the resident is responsible for caring for the new tree. Meetings are held at the Fairport Village Hall, 220 Third Street, on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. Contact the Tree Commission…
For additional information, contact the village hall at (440) 352-3620. Send any requests in writing to The Tree Commission at 220 Third Street.
The Illuminating Company, (800) 589-3101.
Dominion East Ohio Gas, (800) 362-7557.
Lake County Department of Utilities, (440) 354-5068
SBC Ameritech, (800) 660-1000
Service provided by Lake County Department of Utilities
All water bills can be paid at the Clerk’s Office at Village Hall. Direct problems to the Clerk’s Office.
WEATHER EMERGENCY PARKING BAN