Good morning to all. First off, I would like to thank all of you who take pride in your homes and businesses and keep them free of trash and weeds. To those of you who do not, consider this your first warning. One of the biggest complaints that I get from the residents is ordinance issues. Weeds, trash, broken down cars and trailers that are not licensed. It is now springtime and we have seen quite a bit of rain the past few weeks. Everything is green and growing. Please take care of your weeds and trash. Our police department is going to start issuing citations for this at the request from the city council and Mayor. Being a property owner or even renting a place with a yard comes with a responsibility. Let's all be responsible and courteous neighbors to each other. Clean up your properties!
Angie Lee, Mayor of Parma
Due to outdated equipment and irresponsible disposal of foreign objects, the City of Parma will not be able to open the RV dump until further notice. The new update to our wastewater facility will solve most of these problems.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Toilet paper is the only thing that should be flushed!
Restrooms at Fort Boise Park are now open and Cubs Park will be open soon.
Please flush responsibly.
Parma City Hall
As you all know we recently lost a wonderful employee and a friend to many. In honor of Zach, the City of Parma is collaborating with J.C. Watson Company and many other businesses, and friends to build a Splash Pad to memorialize Zach.
There is now an account set up at the U.S. Bank for donations. The account is set up under “Zach’s Pad”.
Please spread the word and donate.
This is such a wonderful and tight-knit community that is always ready to help when needed.
Thank you all for your prayers and support.
City of Parma