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The only way to reduce the number of feral cats is to spay and neuter. Unfortunately many pet owners allow their cats to roam outside even though it is not permitted. Any cats able to roam freely that are not fixed will reproduce.
Animal shelters already care for and try to find homes for thousands of lost, injured, abandoned and relinquished pet cats. Berea Animal Control will not trap feral cats as the Berea Animal Rescue cannot accept feral cats do to the risk of injury to animals staff as well as the staff.
(h) No person shall do any of the following:
(i) A violation of any provision of this section shall constitute a nuisance, and in addition to any penalty provided by Section 905.99 for such a violation, the nuisance may be abated in the manner provided in the Ohio Revised Code or Chapter 931. (Ordinance 90-158, passed September, 17, 1990)
The following section can be found in the City of Berea's Zoning Code: Lot and Yard Regulations for Dwellings in Residential Districts, Section 203. 13 : Wall and Fence Regulations:
The following section can be found in the City's zoning code pertaining to political signs:
On any lot within an R-SF-A, R-SF-B, R-T, MF-MD or MF-HD zoning District, no sign shall hereafter be placed, erected, constructed, reconstructed, altered, moved or permitted to remain, except:
Political signs may be placed or erected only on private property, no earlier than 30 days prior to the date of an election to which they pertain, and shall be removed by the owner of such property within 3 days after the date of the election to which they pertain.
Berea City Hall
11 Berea Commons
Berea, Ohio 44017
Attn: Water Billing
Please come to Berea City Hall, 11 Berea Commons, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, or use our payment drop box located at City Hall (across from the police station entrance) which is accessible after hours and on weekends. Please do not leave cash in the drop box.
To view your bill, sign up for E-Billing, or pay online please click here.
The sewer charge on your water bill is the City of Berea’s sewer system charge. This is used for maintaining and updating sewer lines within our city. The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District bill is who the City of Berea uses to treat our waste water. These bills are based on your water consumption.
We currently do not shut off for non-payment. However, please note that once a year delinquent charges are removed from our billing system and certified to your property taxes with an additional 38% applied in interest and penalties. To avoid this, please keep payments up to date.