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The Building Department is charged with maintaining the safety, welfare, and superior quality of Hunting Valley's structures. The Building Department consists of state-certified inspectors and support staff capable of handling all types of issues from renovations to new construction.  The department issues new construction and renovation permits as well as all mechanical permits and performs Residential Property Maintenance and Pre-Sale Home Inspections.

The Building Department also provides Planning and Zoning support for current and long-range studies, including Zoning Code Modifications, Open Space Studies, and Home Site Development. It is charged with preserving the aesthetic quality and character of the Village of Hunting Valley.


Don Cunningham



Monday - Friday

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Fax:  (440) 247-2110


The Service Department is responsible for approximately 19 miles of public roads and does additional snow plowing, by contract, of 6-1/2 miles of private roads. The Village Hall roadside mowing and care for the Village cemetery and conservation land is also the responsibility of the Service Department. The Service Department maintains all Village-owned vehicles and equipment. The placement of all traffic signs, road striping, and tree maintenance is also the responsibility of the Service Department. 

Victor Strauss 


Important News

Dear Marcourt Farms Residents,


There will be a temporary water interruption that will occur in your neighborhood due to ongoing roadwork. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this period.


Date and Time of Water Interruption: Tuesday, May 9, 2023, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm


Reason for Water Interruption: The temporary water interruption is necessary due to the reconstruction of Chagrin River Road. The construction crew requires access to the water lines and fire hydrants in order to make necessary repairs and upgrades. This interruption is crucial for maintaining the long-term infrastructure of the new roadway.


Expected Impact: During the specified time period, water services will be temporarily unavailable. This means that there will be no water supply for all residents in the affected area. We kindly request your cooperation in making any necessary arrangements to accommodate this temporary inconvenience.


Precautionary Measures: To minimize any inconvenience during the water interruption, we recommend taking the following steps:

1.       Store an adequate supply of water for drinking, cooking, and other essential needs before the scheduled interruption time.

2.       Fill containers or buckets with water beforehand for flushing toilets and other sanitary purposes.

3.       Postpone any activities that require a constant water supply, such as laundry, dishwashing, or bathing, until after the water service is restored.


Restoration of Water Service: Once work on the hydrants is completed, the water service will be restored promptly. However, it may take a short while for the water pressure to normalize throughout the area. We appreciate your patience in this matter.

Village Infrastructure Projects

Chagrin River Road Widening Project (South Woodland/Rt. 87 north to Cedar Road


This past year the village has completed the following in preparation for the road widening project scheduled in the summer of 2023.

  • Right of Way Tree Removals, Stump Grinding and Restoration

  • First Energy has relocated approximately 80 utility poles in conjunction with ATT and Spectrum including replacing or relocating all overhead utilities.

  • Dominion East Ohio Gas has relocated or lowered approximately 4,000 LF of gas main.


Old Kinsman Road (Culvert Replacement and Stream Realignment


  • Steel plates have been added to the top of the culvert and load restriction signs have been posted.

  • Design work has begun including Geotech boring, Surveying, Mapping, Hydraulics and new alignment study regarding the culvert and stream within project limits.

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