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Office of Consumer Affairs Offering Foreclosure Clinics

The County of Summit Office of Consumer Affairs and Veterans Service Commission invite the public to attend the Foreclosure Assistance Clinics beign offered throughout the year to make sure that homeowners are receiving the right help when facing foreclosure or experiencing difficulties making mortgage payments.

The first clinic scheduled is Thursday, March 22, 2012, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm with representatives from Chase, Citi, GMAC, HSBC, PNC and Wells Fargo available to meet with their borrowers.  All of the clinics are free, open to the public, and will be held at:

Veterans Service Commission

1060 East Waterloo Road, Akron, Ohio 44306

For those homeowners whose mortgages are not with one of the participating servicers or lenders, local housing counseling agencies will be available to offer assistance and see if they quality for Ohio's Restoring Stability program and its funding.  In addition, residents can meet with a local credit counselor to discuss budgeting or debt management, or pick up pamphlets covering a wide variety of programs regarding veteran services, property taxes, weatherization, emergency notification, medical or legal help, consumer scams, and more.

Future clinics are scheduled for April 26, August 30, September 20, and October 4.  To find out which servicers or lenders will be in attendance at each clinic, please contact the Office of Consumer Affairs at (330) 643-2879 or visit their website at

Copley Homeowners Association Mtg

Copley Homeowners meet the 4th Thursday of every month @ 7 pm - Copley Town Hall, 1540 S. Cleve-Mass Rd.

Contact: Dave Supelak - 330-819-9094
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Welcome and Opening Remarks

From its formation in 1978, the Copley Homeowner's Association (CHA) played a big part in shaping the land use of Copley Township.  Today a new group of Copley residents picked up where the original founders left off.  The Copley Homeowner's Association has reorganizing.

In the past, Copley Homeowner's Association focused on zoning, land use, and township services.  Today, concerns are still the same. A few years ago, the Township undertook a major rewrite of the zoning code.  You may wish to understand how the revised code affects you.  This can be accomplished through routine reports from the CHA.

Membership in the Association entitles property owners discounts on septic cleaning (where applicable) and monthly updates on township happenings.

Join us!  Membership is $10 annually.

Copley facts:

  • Copley Township contains a total of 7,389 individual parcels.
  • Copley Township has a total of 13,193 acres within its jurisdiction
  • The average parcel size within Copley is 1.785 acres
  • Population from 2010 Census:  17,360
  • 80-acre Communtity Park at 3232 Copley Road

Articles of Incorporation

Bylaws Amended September 2013

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Stormwater Complaint Hotline

Copley Township
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Copley Township has established a Storm Water Complaint Hotline for the purpose of allowing their residents a quick and easy method to report any water discoloration, illicit discharges, or illegal dumping that could be polluting roadside ditches, creeks, and waterways. Copley residents should call 330-666-8866 if they believe there is a concern.
For more information contact the Copley Service Department at 330-666-0365 or go to the Township's website at
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For more information contact:
Mark Mitchell, Service Director at 330-666-0365

Tire & Used Oil Collection Day

For Immediate Release:  September 20, 2010

Copley Township will be holding its annual Tire & Used Oil Collection Day on Saturday, October 2, 2010, from 9 am to 3 pm at 3770 Copley Road (by the historic Depot) for Copley Residents Only.  In addition to collecting used tires and oil, the service has been expanded to include E-Waste such as old or broken electronic items (ink jets, digital cameras, iPods, MP3 players, cell phones, computers, computer monitors, TV's, and any small electronics with a cord).  No appliances of any kind accepted.  There is a $5 charge to drop off computer monitors and a $10 charge for any TV.  Cash or checks ONLY will be accepted and must be paid upon drop-off.  Checks to be made out to "Cell Phones for Cancer, LLC".  There is no charge to dispose of any of the other items.  This year residents may also dispose of used batteries.  Batteries such as car, motocycle, tractor batteries and any rechargeable or lithium batteries are accepted.  No household alkaline batteries such as AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt - those can be disposed of with your regular trash since they don't harm the environment.

Proof of residency required to drop off items such as driver's license, state ID or a utility bill.

For more information contact Copley Service Department at 330-666-0365 or go to the Township's website at

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For more information, contact:

Mark Mitchell, Service Director at 330-666-0365




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