Cleveland Heights   ohio
                                        CITY NEWS UPDATE
COVID-19 Information & Resources
State agencies have a number of programs and policies in place to help you weather the pandemic storm. The links here will connect you with unemployment resources, health insurance relief, school meals and more.
 
CH-UH Schools Meal Distribution
Beginning August 31, the CH-UH City School District will make the switch from summer meals to the remote learning meal distribution. Breakfast and lunch are still free to all CH-UH students. Students/caregivers can pick up the meals at any of the available locations. 
City Operations
CHPD Policy Review
The Cleveland Heights Police Department continues to review its policies regarding Use of Force, Body Worn Cameras, Bias Free Policing, and many more topics. Go to the Cleveland Heights Police Department website for updated information.
 
Donut Drink and Drive on September 4
Join the Cleveland Heights Police Department and Investigator Allen on September 4 from 10am to 12pm at Bryan's Marathon on Lee Road to gather information and to sign a pledge not to drink and drive. Then grab a donut and show your commitment to practicing safety on the roads at this drive-in event.
 
Lock Your Car. Take Your Keys. Hide Your Belongings
Recently, the Cleveland Heights Police Department has reported an increase in stolen vehicles and thefts from vehicles. Overwhelmingly the majority of these thefts are the result of vehicles left unlocked often with the keys inside. While most of these types of crimes occur during the overnight hours, they can happen at any time. To protect yourself from becoming a victim, please take these three precautions:
  1. Always lock your car.
  2. Do not leave your keys in the car.
  3. Remove any valuables or hide them in the trunk.
And remember, call 216-321-1234
if you see anything suspicious.
 
Next Monthly Bulk Pick-up Week of September 7
As a reminder, because Monday, September 7 is Labor Day, your regular trash/recyclable pick-up is delayed by one day that week as will be bulk pick-up. Bulk items will be picked up once per month during the first FULL week of each month on your regular trash day. Bulk pick-up is limited to four items per pick-up. If you have more than four items or you need bulk pick-up on a day that is not your regularly scheduled day, you can call to schedule a special pick-up for a fee. Call 216-691-7300 to arrange your special pick-up. Bulk drop-off at the Service Center on Superior Road is discontinued at this time.
 
Acceptable items for curbside pick-up include appliances, furniture, household items, old toilets, just to name a few. Some unacceptable items include construction and demolition materials, household hazardous waste (including oil-based paints), bricks and rocks, computers and electronics.
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CENSUS 2020 deadline is September 30
The Census Bureau will end its field data collection and collecting responses by phone, mail or online by September 30, which is a month earlier than previously announced. The Census is critical to our community as it helps determine how more than $675 billion dollars is distributed each year to communities for clinics, school, roads and more. So far, Ohio's response rate is 69%, Cuyahoga County 65%, and Cleveland Heights more than 66%. Let's all do our part and make sure to be counted! Complete your application today.
 
Job matchmaker for contract workers
A local marketing firm saw a need and launched a job board for freelancers and nonprofits. Trialogue is a service that matches up contract workers and nonprofit organizations. The service works with contractors in all business areas, including marketing, public relations, graphic design, web design, video and photography.
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