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City News Update
City Operations
The next City Council meeting is in person on October 18. The meetings will also continue to be streamed live at 7:30pm and can also be accessed on the City’s YouTube channel. The agenda can be found on the City's website. You are also welcome to watch the Council Committee of the Whole meeting that will begin at 6:30pm and then proceed directly into the City Council meeting. Please use the same link noted above. More City Meetings and Event listings can be found by visiting www.clevelandheights.com/calendar.aspx.
Community Shredding Day October 16
Community Shredding Day is Saturday, October 16 from 9am to 12 noon in the City Hall parking lot. Bring your old financial statements, receipts, invoices or other personal unwanted documents to be shredded onsite. Limit of 10 boxes per person. Questions? Call Community Relations at 216-291-2323.
Concert at the Rec for Seniors October 22
Enjoy a concert featuring Carl Topilow on clarinet and Marshall Griffith on piano sponsored by the Cleveland Heights Office on Aging and the Senior Activity Center. Tickets are $10, plus a service fee, which includes lunch at 11:30am followed by the concert at 12 noon in the Senior Activity Center (1 Monticello Blvd.). Call 216-691-7377 to order lunch.
Always Lock Your Car Door
Chief Mecklenburg would like to remind residents to always lock their car doors even if the car is in the garage. It is also important to never leave anything of value inside the car even when locked. Most car thefts occur typically between 2 and 5am so having motion-activated exterior lights would also be a deterrent. And most cars that are stolen have been left unlocked with keys left inside.
Blood Drive at Community Center on October 20
We are experiencing an emergency blood and platelet shortage as the supply has dwindled to a six-year low for this time of year. The next Blood Drive is October 20 from 9am to 3pm at the Cleveland Heights Community Center (1 Monticello Blvd.). Visit their website to register or call 1-800-RED-CROSS.
Vote for Noble Road in America’s Main Street Contest
Noble Road has been nominated for the 2021 America’s Main Streets, an annual contest that helps promote the importance and strong economic benefits of main streets and the small businesses that help them thrive. The winning Main Street will receive $25,000 in cash and related prizes to help with a revitalization project. The 25 nominations receiving the most votes will advance to quarter finals on November 7. You may vote from a unique IP address once every 24 hours. Vote for Noble Road at MainStreet.com.
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 --