I hope you will enjoy this brief history of the city of Parma, Ohio and the pictures that follow, which were provided by the City of Parma and Jack Marschall.
Parma became a city in 1931, and its current population is approximately 85,000. It is the 7th largest city in Ohio. The government of Parma consists of the mayor, 9 councilpersons, and the president of council.The city has five fire stations with 90 employees, including 45 paramedics and two fire inspectors. The Police department, located in the Parma Justice center at 5555 Powers Blvd has 95 officers, 53 school guards and auxiliary police force of 50.
The Parma City School District is comprised of 3 cities: Parma, Parma Heights, and Seven Hills. There are 3 high schools, 3 middle schools, and 15 elementary schools.
Parma is conveniently located near I-480, making downtown Cleveland accessible in about 15 minutes.
PARMA CITY HALL
Mayor DePiero at the St. Frances De Sales Garden Club
Residents enjoy the final Summer Band Concert of the year at Ridgewood
Lake Park on Sept. 2nd.
Mayor DePiero discusses the importance of voting with 4th, 5th, and 6th
grade students at Thoreau Park Elementary School on October 15, 2008.
Mayor DePiero, County Prosecutor Bill Mason, and representatives from
the Parma City School District and the Parma Police Department at a press
conference in support of the pilot of a national project entitled "Operation
Iraqi War Veteran, USMC Staff Sgt. Dan Priestley, received surprise land-
scaping and a new motorcycle from area USMC Leathernecks.
Families enjoying one of the pools in Parma.
Seniors having fun at a luau.
Councilman Scott Tuma, Mayor Dean DePiero, and Council President
Chuck Germana join RTA officials at the Parma town Transit Center
Grand Opening on August 17, 2006.
Mayor DePiero, Deb Mathis of PARC, Treasurer Zielinski, Amanda Graaf
of WalMart, Liz Grasell of Parmatown, and Councilman Tuma at Ridge-
wood Lake Park dedication.
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