Several boards and commissions exist to underscore and advise city government leaders.
Learn more about these important committees here.
- Americans with Disabilities Act Advisory Committee
- Board of Control
- Boston Township & Cuyahoga Falls JEDD Board of Directors
- Charter Review Commission
- Civil Service Commission
- Cuyahoga Falls Library Board of Trustees
- Evaluation, Review & Appeal Committee
- Moral Claims Commission
- Records Commission
- Telecommunications Advisory Committee
The committee provides guidance, upon request, through review of policy and procedure relative to the city's compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Contact Human Resources for more information.
- ADA Notice Requirements
- Notice Under the Americans With Disabilities Act Title II
- Grievance Procedure Under the Americans with Disabilities Act Title II
The Board of Control consists of the mayor and several cabinet members who deal with financial and administrative matters. Contact the Service department for more information.
The Joint Economic Development District between Boston Township and the City of Cuyahoga Falls created mutual tax agreements. To learn more, visit the Income Tax page.
The Commission shall review the municipal charter and recommend to council amendments, if any. Council may submit to the electors any such proposed amendments to the charter in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of Ohio. Contact the Law department for more information.
The Commission is governed by the Ohio Revised Code and the Commission’s adopted rules and is responsible for all appointments and promotions with the classified service of the city. Learn more about the Civil Service Commission here.
The Cuyahoga Falls Library is governed by an eleven member Board of Trustees. Five represent the Taylor Memorial Association and serve for life; six are public trustees serving three year terms; two are appointed by the Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education; and four are appointed by the mayor and are confirmed by the Cuyahoga Falls City Council.
The committee shall hear appeals by any employee concerning compensation range allocation. If the committee determines that such employee’s compensation range classification is incorrect, a recommendation shall be made to council for appropriate action within 30 days of a decision by ERAC.
All claims against the city are referred to the Law department. The Law department shall transmit all claims classified as moral claims, together with its recommendation thereon, to the Claims Commission. The Claims Commission shall then hold a hearing on the claim with the claimant present.
The functions of the commission shall be to provide rules for retention and disposal of records of the municipal corporation, and to review applications for one-time disposal of obsolete records and schedules of records retention and disposition.
The committee shall provide guidance to the city regarding general policy related to the operation and uses of telecommunication services to maximize the benefits to subscribers and users.