Various committees have been instituted to assist in maintaining the health and safety of our community and are as follows.
- Animal Appeals Board
- Curfew Penalty Review Board
- Emergency Medical Services Board of Review
- Summit County Public Health Board
- Traffic Committee
The Board conducts a hearing when the owner of a dog has been served with a notice that their dog is dangerous or vicious makes a written demand to the Director of Public Safety for a hearing on the matter.
Any parent assessed a civil penalty may, within seven days after receipt of a "Notice of Liability for Civil Penalty," make a written demand to the Director of Public Safety for a hearing on the question of whether the civil penalty should have been assessed.
The Fire Chief or designee shall have the power to investigate matters in the realm of emergency medical service and to make recommendations to the mayor thereon, and to administer those duties delegated to it by the mayor.
The mission of Summit County Public Health is to protect and advance the health of the entire community through its policies, programs and activities that protect the safety, health and well-being of the people in Summit County. Through its policies, programs and activities, the Health District endeavors to create a healthful environment and ensure the accessibility of health services to all.
The Committee shall consider all proposed changes to the Traffic Control File and report its suggestions to council or the Fire Marshal, as appropriate.