The Pepper Pike Civic League is an independent, non-partisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Its goals include promoting good government, supplying information pertinent to government affairs, providing a conduit for interaction between Pepper Pike residents and government entities, and encouraging citizens to take an informed and active interest in the activities of their government and their community.
Programs and activities include:
- Hosting the annual Town Hall Meeting, April 2015, where residents can hear from and question Pepper Pike officials and other invited experts.
- Awarding an annual $2000 Civic Award to a qualifying Pepper Pike resident senior in high school
- Hosting an annual Candidates & Issues Forum (September 2015), where candidates for local and state offices, and advocates on ballot issues speak.
- Maintaining an awareness of government activities by assigning its Trustees to attend meetings of the Pepper Pike City Council and the Orange School Board
- Engaging in various activities with the City and the School District to promote the general well-being of the community.
- Publishing an annual Directory of Community Services that is distributed to all residents and retail
- Hosting this informational web site.
The Pepper Pike Civic League is funded entirely by the $20 annual dues (tax deductible) of its members. Its Officers and Trustees serve without compensation.The League embraces the diversity of the community and does not discriminate on race, religion, national origin or other basis.
The Pepper Pike Civic League encourages all residents in the community to become active by joining it and/or seeking other opportunities to serve the community.