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Senior Snow Plow - The Copley Board of Trustees approved the Senior Snow Plow Program for the 2017-2018 Winter Season. The purpose of the program is to allow emergency services to gain access to your property should you need them. If you have questions, please call Copley Service Department 330-666-0365.
Senior Snow Plow Application
Senior Snow Plow Qualifying Requirements
Knox Box - The fire department has a stock of special key boxes for our residents with functional needs. A set of keys to access your residence is stored inside the box, which may only be opened with a special key stored securely in our fire vehicles and ambulances. To determine if you are eligible to receive a Residential Knox Box, or to schedule your installation, please call the Fire Department Administrative Assistant, Keely Meissner, at 330-666-6464.Life Line - Life Line, a program of INFOLINE - Info Line's LIfe Line Program has served Northeast Ohio since 1979 helping seniors and disabled individuals to remain safely at home. Lifeline emergency response is easy to use and designed to reduce the risk of living alone. In the event of a fall or a medical emergency in the home, help is available at the push of a button. For more information please call 330-762-0308.
Copley Seniors - In December, 2011 a small group of Copley residents (the Steering Committee) met and discussed the possibility of forming an organization structured especially for Copley's active seniors, to provide seniors an outlet for socialization, group activities, programs on health, wellness or safety issues customized for those who are 55 years of age or older. Meetings are at the Copley Town Hall the 4th Wednesday of each month. If you are interested in joining the Copley Seniors, please contact Bill or Kaye Daniel at email@example.com.
Senior Visits - This program is an extension of the department's community outreach program. Each visit consists of a Police Officer, a Fire Fighter and other personnel coming to meet with you in your home. We will bring the coffee and donuts, and enjoy casual conversation with you as well as answer any questions you may have. We are taking reservations for Thursday mornings at 10 a.m. Please contact Sheryl at the Copley Police Department at 330-666-4218 to schedule your senior visit.
Are you over 60? Are you concerned about the health and well-being of an older adult? If so, Senior Info Lines experienced professionals can provide practical information about services available to adults over 60:
For more information please call 330-762-0308 or 1-800-944-0308.
There is a drop box in the police department parking lot where you can drop off your old prescriptions and over the counter medications. No Needles Please! For syringe disposal call 330-926-5600.
Yes, the Copley Lions Club has a container at the town hall where you can drop off your old glasses, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
No, Copley is a Township so there is no local income tax. Individuals working for an employer located within the Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) with the City of Akron will pay a 2.25% employment tax that is submitted to the City of Akron by the employer.