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City News Update
City Operations
Council Committee of the Whole meets November 29 at 6pm; there is no City Council meeting that day. The next City Council meeting will be held in person on Monday, December 6. The meetings will also continue to be streamed live and can also be accessed on the City’s YouTube channel. The agenda can be found on the City's website. More City Meetings and Event listings can be found by visiting www.clevelandheights.com/calendar.aspx.
City Hall Offices and Community Center Closed
In observance of the Thanksgiving holidays on November 25 and November 26, City Hall offices are closed. The Community Center will be closed on Thanksgiving Day; only the ice rink will be open on Friday, November 26. Refuse/recycling collection will be delayed by one day following Thanksgiving: Thursday pickup will be on Friday, and Friday pickup will be on Saturday.
Loose Leaf Collection #3 Planned
A third loose leaf collection (no bagged leaves) is scheduled to begin on December 1. Please refer to the online map to see which day is planned for your neighborhood. This final collection is dependent upon the weather, therefore the schedule may vary and may include a Saturday collection.
Safe Routes to Schools Project
The Ohio Department of Transportation and the City of Cleveland Heights will be constructing new ADA-compliant curb ramps and high-visibility crosswalks at the following intersections as part of the Safe Routes to Schools program: Bradford Path and Canterbury Road, Bradford Path and Princeton Road, Roanoke Road and Windsor Road, and Quilliams Road and Randolph Road. Public questions and/or comments are welcome, and should be directed to the Public Works Department by calling 216-291-2470 or by emailing jkickel@clvhts.com.

Show Your Cleveland Heights Pride by Buying Cleveland Heights Merchandise for Gifts
Visit https://www.clevelandheights.com/CHMerchandise to make your purchase of Centennial baseball caps, Centennial coasters, Cleveland Heights mugs, tote bags, and t-shirts (while supplies last). They’re all on sale now for the holidays and a portion of every sale goes to the Cleveland Heights Youth Recreation Scholarship Fund. Purchase pick-up will be at the main desk of the Community Center.
Seeking Applicants for Boards and Commissions
City Council regularly seeks residents who are interested to serve on its boards and commissions. If there is an area of expertise, interest or experience you’d be willing to share, please fill out the application. If you have questions about the application process, please call 216-291-3737. A complete list of the 14 boards and commission that advise and assist the City Council in setting City policy can be found online.
New Weekday Bus #35 Links to Stokes-Windermere Station
Beginning on Monday, December 13, Bus #35 begins weekday service (every 45 minutes, 7am-6pm) as the third direct link between Cleveland Heights and the Stokes-Windermere Rapid Transit Station, which continues to be a major bus hub and the eastern terminus of the Red Line and the HealthLine. Bus #35 travels on Lee (north of Monticello), Monticello (between Lee and Mayfield), and Mayfield (between Monticello and Severance, via Severance Circle. The complete schedule will be posted at rideRTA.com by December 1.
Shop Local Weekend
Plan on shopping in Cleveland Heights business districts for Shop Local Weekend and all year long. All Cleveland Heights merchants will appreciate your business especially on November 27, Small Business Saturday. Coventry Village has special discounts and deals, live entertainment, giveaways, treats, family fun, and art November 24-28. Made Cleveland returns its Holiday Pop Market to Coventry Village starting on November 24 and check out the Coventry Village Holiday Gift Guide. Cleveland Cinemas offers a special gift card that would make a great stocking stuffer. CLE Urban Winery offers 10% off all purchases via their online store through November 27 with delivery anywhere in Ohio; just use the code SHOPSMALL at checkout. The Heights Arts Holiday Store is open through December 31 for all your unique gift needs. To see all the options available, visit the Heights Observer Annual Holiday Gift guide.
Anyone looking for work can find job openings on the Cleveland Heights Job Opportunities webpage. There are openings in Public Relations, Parks and Recreation, the Office on Aging, the Community Center, Public Works and more.
-- All Are Welcome --