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In a thriving community, information can spread fast - sometimes too fast to be accurate! Has something you heard ever made you raise your eyebrows in disbelief? Have you ever wondered about the origins of a Twinsburg urban myth? Do you want to make sure the information you pass along is accurate? Then Ask! Twinsburg is just for you. Cut through the misconceptions and sort out what’s real, what’s rumor, and what’s really weird. Stop on by and find out the latest. We’ll give it to you straight. This is also where you can ask general questions about services, city policy, projects and/or upcoming events.

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*Please note that questions will be referred to the appropriate department for a response. If your question is time sensitive, please contact the City at (330) 425-7161 during business hours Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Do you have a question for the City, or have you heard something you want clarified?

In a thriving community, information can spread fast - sometimes too fast to be accurate! Has something you heard ever made you raise your eyebrows in disbelief? Have you ever wondered about the origins of a Twinsburg urban myth? Do you want to make sure the information you pass along is accurate? Then Ask! Twinsburg is just for you. Cut through the misconceptions and sort out what’s real, what’s rumor, and what’s really weird. Stop on by and find out the latest. We’ll give it to you straight. This is also where you can ask general questions about services, city policy, projects and/or upcoming events.

Answers to most questions can also be found by searching the City’s main website, www.MyTwinsburg.com or by searching the Important Links & FAQ's on the sidebar to the right.

Still have a question? Submit your question below.

*Please note that questions will be referred to the appropriate department for a response. If your question is time sensitive, please contact the City at (330) 425-7161 during business hours Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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  • Share One of the objectives of the Plan is to give Twinsburg more of a hometown feel. An easy way to do that is to put sidewalks along SR91. Solon and Hudson have them. Why not us? It would be a cheap and quickly noticeable way to introduce a pedestrian/jogger welcome. on Facebook Share One of the objectives of the Plan is to give Twinsburg more of a hometown feel. An easy way to do that is to put sidewalks along SR91. Solon and Hudson have them. Why not us? It would be a cheap and quickly noticeable way to introduce a pedestrian/jogger welcome. on Twitter Share One of the objectives of the Plan is to give Twinsburg more of a hometown feel. An easy way to do that is to put sidewalks along SR91. Solon and Hudson have them. Why not us? It would be a cheap and quickly noticeable way to introduce a pedestrian/jogger welcome. on Linkedin Email One of the objectives of the Plan is to give Twinsburg more of a hometown feel. An easy way to do that is to put sidewalks along SR91. Solon and Hudson have them. Why not us? It would be a cheap and quickly noticeable way to introduce a pedestrian/jogger welcome. link

    One of the objectives of the Plan is to give Twinsburg more of a hometown feel. An easy way to do that is to put sidewalks along SR91. Solon and Hudson have them. Why not us? It would be a cheap and quickly noticeable way to introduce a pedestrian/jogger welcome.

    Gene Takovic asked 10 months ago

    The City of Twinsburg recognizes the importance of an interconnected community.  Several years ago, AMATS (Akron Metropolitan Area Transportation Study) funded a Connecting Communities grant that   assisted in addressing gaps in the City’s trail network and in developing sustainable transportation choices for all residents. To accomplish this goal, the City of Twinsburg undertook a connectivity study and identified the need to address the following objectives:

    •    Improve connections to accomplish greater trail utilization rates

    •    Enhance and develop Twinsburg’s identity as a bicycle friendly community

    •    Overcome auto-dependent suburban land patterns to develop a network that supports non-motorized transportation

    •    Create safer alternative transportation options along high-volume arterial roadways

    •    Close gaps within the existing trail network to provide stronger connections to community facilities

    Implementation of these objectives, particularly along several stretches of SR 91, would be both difficult and costly.  Constraints such as limited right-of-way widths and obstacles resulting from both natural and manmade features add extraordinary costs to construction of pedestrian facilities along portions of Darrow Road.  More specifically, the cost of installing pedestrian facilities along SR 91 from Post Road to Miktarian Parkway has been previously explored by the City.  Funding of this high-cost project and funding to implement related objectives identified in the Twinsburg Connectivity Plan continues to be a challenge relative to current City revenues.  The City is currently exploring development of a trailhead at Post and Darrow Roads with improvements to the existing trail at this location.


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