Special Message from the Mayor
I wanted to take a moment to inform you that March is Disabilities Awareness Month. On March 24, 2017 a panel of concerns will take place at the Massillon Middle School for a group of 4th, 5th, & 6th grade students and a group of 7th & 8th grade students, talking about inclusion and acceptance of students with disabilities.
I wanted to invite you to an Opiate Symposium on March 9, 2017 at Northwest Middle School gym at 6:30 pm.
If you know anyone who has an addiction to drugs or you are a family member who doesn’t know where to turn and is in need of support, this is an opportunity to connect to organizations that can help.
There are people who care and who want to help you and your family. We are praying for your recovery and understand the pain this deadly drug causes.
Everyone is welcome!
Welcome from the Mayor
I’m Kathy Catazaro-Perry, Mayor of the City of Massillon. The phrase ‘City of Champions’ is more than a slogan relating to our football team. The phrase ‘City of Champions’ refers to the spirit, determination, and dedication of the people of our community.
Massillon City government is more than a collection of buildings and the people who work in them. City government is an ideal, a call to service. And that call to service is about doing the best job we can for the people who live and work in Massillon.
Our city employees work for you, and you should know what they do, and how to contact them. They are proud of the work they do, and strive to give the people of Massillon top notch service.
If you have any questions for a particular department of city government, give them a call or drop them an email. I’m sure they would be happy to hear from you.