Mayor’s Report

We look back on 2021, we reflect on the challenges of the year and look forward to a prosperous and healthy new year in 2022. 

The Fire Department has openings for part time firefighters.  For the month of November 2021, the Fire Department had a total of 118 calls for service.  Rescue/EMS – 70 calls, none of which required Narcan; Fire/Service – 17 calls; and Invalid Assist – 31 calls.  The Fire Department hosted the Safety Forces Open House and participated in the Lake Elementary Trunk or Treat in October.

The Police Department has openings for part-time patrol, part-time dispatchers and substitute crossing guards.  The Civil Service Commission will be having a Full-Time Police Officer Exam February 24, 2022.  Officer Andrew Mastrocola has completed his training and Officer Jacob Reik will soon complete his training. The Police Department held its annual “Fill-A-Cruiser” event.  Food was donated to Mentor Plains United Methodist Church’s food pantry and donations were used for the “Santa’s Blue Helpers” program.  Patrolman Wuchte retired on December 25th, after 34 years of service with the department.  We wish him well in his next chapter.

The community room is open and available to rent for small parties and gatherings.  Rules, pricing and availability can be viewed on our website at  Call or email City Hall for more information.

Council meetings are the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm. The next council meetings will be January 11th & 25th, February 8th & 22nd  and March 8th & 22nd, all meetings are open to the public.  Meetings can also be attended via Zoom. Residents are encouraged to attend meetings in person or virtually.  Information about how to attend is listed on our website. Meeting information will also be posted to Facebook and Twitter.

If you are interested in how our city works, we have volunteer opportunities available on  the city’s Boards and Commissions including; Community Reinvestment Area Housing, please submit a letter of interest to [email protected]

As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.  I can be reached at home (440) 257-6029, leave a message at City Hall (440) 257-7216, or email me at [email protected].  If you have urgent matters requiring immediate attention, please contact our Police Department at (440) 257-7234.  Our dispatchers will send an officer out immediately.  If you see something in the neighborhood that doesn’t seem right, please call us right away.  We respond to all concerns and complaints.

Remember to follow us on Facebook at City Mentor on the Lake, along with Mentor on the Lake Fire Department and Mentor on the Lake Police Department for all that’s going on in our city.