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The intent of this Facebook page is to provide fact based information to citizens of Canfield about critical topics and issues. By adding this form of media to television, radio and newspapers we will be able to reach more RESIDENTS of the City of Canfield
Ask questions here. Get answers here. We cannot guarantee that you will always agree with decisions that are made, or like the answers you receive, but you will get the facts.
At this critical juncture Canfield Citizens cannot make decisions based on rumors, opinions and in some cases mischaracterization of our circumstances. The future of our city requires informed choices.
City leaders wish to thank Courtney Larsen, Brian Berlin, Beth Hawks, Chad Hawks, Eric O'Brien, and Stephanie Ruark for their participation and input during the 2016 March Focus Group. Their questions and many suggestions on how to improve communication are challenging and constructive, and were instrumental in the development of the City of Canfield Facebook page.
The Canfield Police Department has received a high number of calls today on a known telecommunication scam.
This particular scam involves the scammer pretending to be an IRS or Treasury agent, claiming that you owe them money and must pay immediately or you will be arrested. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION WHATSOEVER! So far the only reported number the calls are coming from is: 206-900-9166.
If you feel you have been properly contacted by the IRS, please call their office directly at the number found on this local office list. This is the official page of the IRS.