The next City Council meeting is in person on November 1. 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.
Halloween Safety Tips
Trick-or-treating in Cleveland Heights will take place this Sunday, October 31 from 6 to 8pm. For those planning on participating this year, the Cleveland Heights Police Department passes on a few safety tips to keep in mind: be sure costumes have reflective tape and wear light colors; watch for cars turning and backing out of driveways; drivers should be especially alert in residential neighborhoods on Halloween. Please visit the website for more tips.
Bulk Pick-Up Week of November 1
Bulk pick-up will occur on your regular collection day the week of November 1. Bulk items are picked up once per month during the first FULL week of each month on your regular trash day; Monday-Friday is defined as a full week. Bulk pick-up is limited to four items per pick-up at no charge. All bulk pick-up items that are fabric must be wrapped in plastic. For additional bulk items, to request collection on any other day, or to request a special collection of loose brush, please use the form online. Cost is $10 per bulk item for a special pick-up.
Open Gym Returns November 3
Basketball in the open gym of the Cleveland Heights Community Center returns beginning Wednesday, November 3, 4-5:45pm. Cost is $3 and is open to residents only, limited to twenty participants; no re-entry after leaving. Open Gym will occur Mondays through Fridays after November 3; activities will stop at 5:35pm so sanitizing of the gym can take place 5:45 to 6pm.
Meet Your Police on November 4
Residents have the opportunity to interact with a ranking member of the Cleveland Heights Police Department on the first and third Thursday of every month from 6 to 8pm at the Cleveland Heights Police Academy (2595 Noble Road). Visit the website for details.
Historic Preservation Guidelines Adopted
The Landmark Commission adopted Historic Preservation Design Guidelines after a five-month long process that included public and stakeholder engagement. The preparation of the Design Guidelines was funded mostly by the Ohio History Connection and is one of the primary requirements of being a Certified Local Government (CLG), which Cleveland Heights became in 2019. Information about the project, including the presentations and the final guidelines, can be found on the City’s website.