This page is a quick stop for the latest information regarding activities, parks, zoning, etc. in the Village of Chippewa Lake. More detailed info can be found on individual pages.
– 2022 Watercraft, Ramp Key, Parking and Beach Pass Application available on Parks page.
PARK ATTENDANTS NEEDED
PARK ATTENDANT APPLICATION
RAIN BARREL WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
PLEASE REGISTER BY APRIL 24
WORKSHOP: Saturday April 30, 11-noon at the Village Hall
This free class comes with tips on assembly, a barrel, and a conversion kit, usually priced at $60. This workshop is free through a grant secured by Save the Lake, the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, and Dominion Energy.
We ask that these rain barrels be installed in areas that flow into Chippewa Lake. Registration is required since we are limited to 20 barrels.
Council has received several requests to help improve safe driving habits in the Village, especially on “the Circle” on Bungalow Bay. Driving the wrong way, even for a short distance, is unlawful, please obey posted signs on Bungalow Bay.
A common question in the area is, “Do I live in the village boundaries?” It can be confusing with Chippewa Lake (the lake), Chippewa Lake (the Village), and Chippewa Lake (mailing address). The village proper is only .25 square miles. The map in the following link can give you an idea if you are in the village. The Village
MCHD COVID Vaccine Information
MCHD Vaccine Resource Page
2021 GREEN RIBBON AWARD
The Village was chosen as a Green Ribbon Award recipient by NOPEC for promoting energy efficiency. The Village received $2500 for future energy efficiency initiatives.
Bill Glasenapp, Mark Krosse, Barb Hunter and Caitlin Albright
Jim Spetz, Medina County Park Naturalist, said Eurasian Watermilfoil is growing in Chippewa Lake but it can be removed manually. Milfoil is the fern-like plant growing near our docks and visible in shallow water.
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– Right of Way Distances