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Cleveland Heights Celebrates the Life of former Mayor and State Representative Barbara Boyd

Longtime State Rep. and former Cleveland Heights Mayor Barbara Boyd dies at the age of 80

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio - Barbara Boyd, a former Cleveland Heights City Council member who served multiple terms as a state representative, died Saturday at the age of 80, according to reports.

Boyd, who had been dealing with health problems for several years, died while surrounded by family members, according to a news release.


Watch comments from Mayor Kahlil Seren and members of City Council about the life and impact of former Cleveland Heights Mayor Barbara Boyd.

Mayor Seren

City Council

Loose Leaf Pick-Up Continues

The map below shows upcoming dates for leaf pick-up in different parts of the city.

  • Blue indicates areas where the first leaf pick-up has been completed.
  • Green indicates pick-up is underway.
  • The yellow areas have not yet had their first pick-up.

Leaf collection schedule map as of Thursday, November 10, 2022

These dates may change depending on the number of fallen leaves, weather, and other factors.

To get the most current leaf collection schedule, please click on the Cleveland Heights Leaf Collection app button. 

Use the Cleveland Heights Leaf Collection App

The online app displays a map of the city that is updated daily to show where leaf collection has been completed and when future collections will take place. It also allows you to get the updated collection schedule for your address.


If snow begins to fall during the loose-leaf collection season, it becomes nearly impossible to maintain the collection schedule. Light snow or rain reduces the efficiency of the leaf collection operation. Leaves that are completely covered by snow cannot be collected. 

Leaf pick-up is scheduled through Friday, December 9. Weather and time permitting, the Department of Public Works MAY be able to collect leaves a third time, but we strongly advise residents to try to get all of their leaves to their tree lawn by their neighborhood's second pick-up date.

Once the Department of Public Works has completed its loose-leaf collection on December 9, it cannot come out again to collect leaves. After December 9, the equipment for leaf collection will be converted for removing snow and will not be available for leaf collection until Spring 2023.



  • Please do not rake or blow leaves into the street. Putting your leaves in the street creates a safety hazard and can block sewer drains, which may cause flooding

  • It is illegal to burn leaves in the City of Cleveland Heights.

  • If your tree lawn is damaged during leaf collection, please call the Department of Public Works at (216) 691-7300, and the city will repair it in the spring. 

Next Cleveland Heights City Council Meeting

The next full City Council meeting will be held on Monday, November 21, 2022, at 7:30 pm, immediately following the Council Committee of the Whole meeting, which will be held at 6:00 pm.

All of these meetings will be streamed live and may be viewed on the City's YouTube channel. The agendas for the meetings may be found on the City's website.

This Week at Cleveland Heights City Hall


Council Committee of the Whole

10:00 am

Executive Conference Room


Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

6:30 pm

Cleveland Heights Community Center

Council Committee of the Whole

5:30–6:45 pm

Council Chambers


Architectural Board of Review

7:00 pm

Council Chambers

Citizens Advisory Committee—Public Hearing

7:00 pm

Executive Conference Room


Board of Zoning Appeals

Council Chambers


Racial Justice Task Force—Housing and Economic Opportunity Subcommittee

7:00 pm



Meet Your Police

6:00–8:00 pm

City Hall Lower Level


Commission on Aging

9:30 am

Senior Activity Center

Traffic Alerts

Cedar Road westbound at Fairmount Boulevard is down to one lane due to work by the Cleveland Division of Water. Please slow down and use caution when driving past this area or find an alternate route.

Terrace Construction will be repairing a sanitary lateral at 2825 Euclid Heights Boulevard beginning on Monday November 14, 2022. Euclid Heights will be closed to local traffic only at Coventry and Woodward. The road will be closed at Cadwell Avenue. Motorists will still have access to the municipal parking lot from Euclid Heights. This project should last no longer than 3 days.

Neighborhood Traffic Calming Efforts

To Resume in Spring 2023

As we reported last month, the response to Cleveland Heights’ new Neighborhood Traffic Calming program has been overwhelming! 

The traffic calming program includes conducting traffic studies to measure how many cars use a particular street and how often motorists may be speeding. These measurements are best conducted during late spring, summer, and early fall when fallen leaves and snow aren't present. Also, traffic calming measures are not easily implemented during winter months.

As a result, the City of Cleveland Heights has paused its traffic calming efforts until Spring 2023, when we will resume processing the requests for traffic calming that we have already received. Because so many streets have applied for traffic calming, the City has temporarily stopped accepting new applications until the backlog of applicants is cleared. 

To be notified when the Traffic Calming application process reopens, please go to the City's Neighborhood Traffic Calming page and enter your name, email address, and the name of the street you would like to petition for traffic calming.

Meet Your Police

Thursday, November 17, 2022

The next Meet Your Police will be held on Thursday, November 17, 2022, from 6:00–8:00 pm in the lower level of Cleveland Heights City Hall, 40 Severance Circle.

Residents are encouraged to attend and speak with an officer about any questions, concerns, or complaints they may have.

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics at the Community Center

The Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH) will offer vaccine clinics for the flu and COVID-19 at the Cleveland Heights Community Center, One Monticello Boulevard in the South Atrium.

Pre-sign-up is required for all vaccine clinics. Anyone who needs help signing up for a vaccine clinic may call the Senior Activity Center at (216) 691-7377 for assistance.


Wednesday, November 16

11:00 am–2:00 pm

Please bring your insurance card.


Wednesday, November 30

5:00–7:00 pm

Click here to register 
Click here to register

Read the Senior Activity Center Newsletter

The Cleveland Heights Office on Aging publishes a monthly newsletter that includes a calendar of activities for the Senior Activity Center. If you're interested in what's happening at the Senior Center, click here and check out the November issue.

"You Talk I Listen" with Cleveland Heights Councilwoman Davida Russell

Saturday, November 19, 2022, 10:30 am–12:30 pm

Disciples Christian Church, 3663 Mayfield Road

Cleveland Heights Councilwoman Davida Russell, Future Heights, Cleveland Heights Judge J. J. Costello, and lawyer Lon'Cherie Billingsley come together to provide education and assistance to Cleveland Heights tenants, landlords, and homeowners.

Need to know your rights as a tenant or landlord?

Need rental, utility, Or tax assistance?

Need Legal Help?


Then You Don't Want To Miss This Event!

More public forums upcoming for Doan Brook restoration

SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Further public forums on the future of Horseshoe Lake Park will be held in the coming weeks.

This announcement comes after the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) collected more than 800 community survey responses regarding what residents would like to see at the park once the failing dam is removed.


Doan Brook Restoration Near Horseshoe Lake Park



Virtual Public Meeting

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

6:00–7:30 pm



Public Engagement Open House

Saturday, December 3, 2022

Shaker Heights Public Library

16500 Van Aken Boulevard

10:30 am–1:00 pm

Watch the Sewer District's presentation to Cleveland Heights City Council on November 7, 2022

Doan Brook Watershed Partnership

2022 Virtual Annual Meeting

November 17, 2022, at 7:00 pm, Via Zoom

Microplastics in our oceans have received important media attention, but our keynote speaker conducts pioneer research on microplastic pollution throughout the Great Lakes, our source of drinking water. 

Dr. Sherri “Sam” Mason’s research sheds light on the impacts of microplastics on aquatic life and human health. Dr. Mason guides policy change domestically and internationally. Her research formed the basis for the Microbeads-Free Water Act, which was signed into law by President Obama in December 2015.

Dr. Mason has also been awarded the EPA Environmental Champion in 2016, Excellence in Environmental Research by the Earth Month Network in 2017, and the Heinz Award in Public Policy in 2018.

She is a professor of chemistry and the Director of Sustainability at Penn State Behrend located in Erie. And…is an extremely engaging speaker!

As always, DBWP staff and Board will share annual highlights and honor our 2022 watershed hero, long-time friend, and collaborator, John Rode.

Join us virtually. Free and open to all. Registration is required via Zoom.

Register via Zoom

Volunteer for the Nine Mile Creek Stream Sweep

Saturday, November 19, 2022

10:00 am–12:00 pm

Meet at 10 am in the Denison Park parking lot, 1015 Quarry Drive, for a season-ending cleanup of the Nine Mile Creek.

Wear waterproof shoes, and if you have pickers, please bring them! Some will be available along with plastic gloves and bags.

For questions or additional information, contact Elizabeth at 216-325-7781 or

Nine Mile Creek gulch at Denison Park

Please register with

Cleveland Heights weighs what's next for Cedar-Fairmount Dave's Market space

Cedar-Fairmount bills itself as the "gateway to Cleveland Heights," with new housing and development bringing further excitement to the growing business district. For now, the district also has a grocery-shaped hole that supporters hope gets filled quickly.

On Oct. 25, the Dave's Market at Cedar-Fairmount shut its doors. The closure came following an announcement that Dave's — owned by the Saltzman family — would be acquiring Zagara's Marketplace on Lee Road near Cain Park. The new store, rebranded as Dave's Market & Eatery, is expected to undergo significant renovations in 2023, with updated lighting and flooring listed among the expected improvements.


Cleveland Heights provides (very) large lawn rocks for the 'Where's My Guardrail?' house

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- The city has crossed a couple of items off its gift list for the man who has everything -- with the exception of a guardrail and a garage.

It’s the thought that counts for John Gall, who is still marveling at the size of the two granite boulders deposited last month in his front yard on Fairmount Boulevard, which in the past has served as an off-ramp for motorists coming down South Taylor Road while fleeing police.


Jury duty is both a right and a privilege

By Judge J. J. Costello

I suspect that most people's first response when getting a jury summons in the mail is, how am I going to get out of this? If that is you, read on . . .

You were selected randomly from the voter rolls or a list of licensed drivers. Your employer cannot penalize you for being called to jury duty and cannot require or request that you use vacation or sick leave for time spent while being called to jury duty.

You do not need to worry about not knowing anything about the law. It is the judge’s job to provide you with the law. Your role is to decide the disputed facts.

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Small Business Saturday is November 26, 2022

This holiday season.

Shop Small. Shop Local. Shop Cleveland Heights.

12 reasons to shop local for the holidays

By Bob Rosenbaum

Please shop local for the holidays.

Here are 12 reasons why:

  1. It’s personal. The people who run local independent businesses tend to be deeply embedded in the community. They’re friends and neighbors. So, who manages the nearby big box stores? Have you ever met them? Where do they live, shop, send their kids to school?
  2. Small business owners have invested everything specifically to serve the people who live nearby. Simply put, they care more about us.
  3. In the trade-off between the services used and the tax revenue delivered, specialty retailers bring in more than they cost for communities like ours, according to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance. Big boxes cost more than they bring in. 
  4. Local businesses carry unique, curated merchandise—often from other local businesses and artisans—for gifts you won’t find anywhere else.
  5. A larger portion of the money spent at local shops gets recirculated within the community, creating a multiplier effect. Most of the money spent at a big box gets sent back to headquarters.
  6. Your kids aren’t likely to get a donation from a big box or a restaurant chain to support the band, soccer team or other causes that are important to you and your family.

Read the remaining six reasons at

Solar Tax Credits are Available for Homeowners and Businesses

If you've ever considered installing solar power for your home or business, now may be the time to act. The Solar Energy Technologies Office of the U.S. Department of Energy has released guides for homeowners and businesses to take advantage of recent changes in federal law that could allow you to deduct 30% of the cost of installation from your federal taxes.

Links to the two guides are provided below. Hat tip to Power a Clean Future Ohio for alerting us to these resources!

Homeowner's Guide to the Federal Tax Credit for Solar Photovoltaics

What is a tax credit?

A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in the amount of income tax you would otherwise owe. For example, claiming a $1,000 federal tax credit reduces your federal income taxes due by $1,000. The federal tax credit is sometimes referred to as an Investment Tax Credit, or ITC, though is different from the ITC offered to businesses that own solar systems.

What is the federal solar tax credit?

The federal residential solar energy credit is a tax credit that can be claimed on federal income taxes for a percentage of the cost of a solar PV system paid for by the taxpayer. (Other types of renewable energy are also eligible for similar credits but are beyond the scope of this guidance.)

The installation of the system must be completed during the tax year.

Solar PV systems installed in 2020 and 2021 are eligible for a 26% tax credit. In August 2022, Congress passed an extension of the ITC, raising it to 30% for the installation of which was between 2022-2032. (Systems installed on or before December 31, 2019 were also eligible for a 30% tax credit.) It will decrease to 26% for systems installed in 2033 and to 22% for systems installed in 2034. The tax credit expires starting in 2035 unless Congress renews it.

There is no maximum amount that can be claimed.


Federal Solar Tax Credits for Businesses

There are two tax credits available for businesses and other entities like nonprofits and local and tribal governments that purchase solar energy systems


  • The investment tax credit (ITC) is a tax credit that reduces the federal income tax liability for a percentage of the cost of a solar system that is installed during the tax year.
  • The production tax credit (PTC) is a per kilowatt-hour (kWh) tax credit for electricity generated by solar and other qualifying technologies for the first 10 years of a system’s operation. It reduces the federal income tax liability and is adjusted annually for inflation.


Indoor Cycling

Forty-five minutes of cycling, a warm-up, a cool down, and 15 minutes of abdominal work and stretching. Be sure to bring a water bottle and mat.


Instructed by: Alisa Henry

Day: Saturdays

Time: 10:30–11:30 am


Winter 1

Dates: November 12–December 17 (5 weeks)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $32 CHRES/$37NON-RES


Winter 2

Dates: January 14–February 18 (6 weeks)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CHRES/$44 NON-RES


Add a Zumba® class to your weekly routine! Inspired by Latin dance and music, Zumba® uses a variety of styles in its routines, including Cumbia, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton, Mambo, Rumba, Flamenco, and Hip Hop. Music selection includes fast and slow rhythms to help tone and sculpt the body. You'll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Wear comfortable workout clothes, shoes that you can move in, and water and a towel because you will sweat!


Instructed by: Gigi Roney

Day: Fridays

Time: 6:00–6:45 pm

Dates: January 20–February 24 (6 classes)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $35 CHRES/$40 NON-RES

Israeli Dance Class

Learn modern Israeli dances as danced today in Israel. This is a GREAT starting point if you have wanted to learn Israeli dance. No experience is required. Everyone is welcome, and the pace will be slow and easy to keep everyone moving. Classes will include circle dances and line dances.


Instructed by: Stuart Meyer, teacher, performer, and artistic director

Day: Tuesdays

Time: 6:00–7:30 pm

Dates: January 17–February 21 (6 classes)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $45 CHRES/$50 NON-RES

Hatha Yoga

Instructed by: Michelle Gore

Day: Thursdays

Time: 6:30–7:30 pm

Dates: January 19–February 23 (6 classes)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CHRES/$44 NON-RES

Winter Evening Barre WorkoutThe Barre class is back! For those who have not taken this kind of class, Barre combines elements of dance with the Pilates principles of strength and safety. This is a barefoot workout. Please wear comfortable workout clothes and bring an exercise mat, towel, and spill-proof water bottle. Please register a week before the start date!


Instructed by: Pia Alesci

Day: Mondays

Time: 6:00–7:00 pm


Winter 1

Dates: November 7– December 12 (6 classes)

Location: Aerobic Room


Winter 2

Dates: January 9–February 27 (6 classes. No class 1/16 & 2/20)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CHRES/$44 NON-RES

Winter Mat Pilates

Pilates is a series of targeted exercises that strengthen muscles while improving postural alignment and flexibility generated from the core. Wear comfortable clothing and bring an exercise mat, towel, and water. Please register a week before the start date!


Instructed by: Pia Alesci

Day: Wednesdays

Time: 6:00–7:00 pm


Winter 1

Dates: November 9–December 14 (6 classes)

Location: Aerobic Room


Winter 2

Dates: Winter January 2 11–February 15 (6 classes

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CHRES/$44 NON-RES


Men's and Women's Tai Shin Doh Karate

This self-defense class is open to adults of all skill levels. Using Tai Shin Doh Karate as a base, this class provides practical knowledge of how to protect yourself during various real-world situations. From physical altercations to tripping and falling unexpectedly, you will learn how to react in a way that preserves your physical health. By the end of this class, you will improve your fitness, balance, flexibility, and mobility while also having a better understanding of how to keep yourself safe. This class also requires face masks to protect instructors and students from COVID-19.


Instructed by: Roan Adognravi, 2nd Degree Black Belt

Day: Saturdays

Dates: January 21–March 25 (no class 2/18)

Time: 9:00–10:30 am

Location: Activity Room 7

Cost: $70 CH RES/$80 NON-RES


Youth—Advanced Self-Defense/Tai Shin Doh Karate

This class is for students who have achieved at least a green belt in Tai Shin Doh. Students will learn to master the art of Tai Shin Doh.


Instructed by: Roan Adognravi, 2nd Degree Black Belt

Day: Saturdays

Dates: Winter: January 21–March 25 (no class 2/18)

Time: 10:30 am–12:00 pm  

Location: Activity Room 7

Cost: $70 CH RES/$80 NON-RES


Youth—Beginners Self-Defense/Tai Shin Doh Karate

Ages 6 & up. Children are taught control, discipline, awareness, responsibility, and consideration in a martial arts environment. This class is for beginners to yellow belts.


Instructed by: David Jones, 7th Degree Black Belt

Day: Fridays

Dates: January 20–March 24 (no class 2/18)

Time: 6:30–8:00 pm 

Location: Activity Room 7

Cost: $70 CH RES/$80 NON-RES

Adults—Kuk Sool Won™ (WKSA)

The Traditional Martial Art of Korea

Ages 14–75. Class includes Etiquette (Respectful Behavior); Rolling & Acrobatics; Safety Falls; Meditation Practice; Hand/Foot Striking & Blocking; Forms Training (Hyung); and Self Defense Techniques.


Instructed by: David Pritts, 3rd Degree Black Belt and School Owner

Days: Monday and Wednesday

Time: 7:30–8:30 pm

Dates: Winter

Location: Senior Center

Cost: $100 CH RES/$105 NON-RES


Mini Kids—Kuk Sool Won™ (WKSA)

The Traditional Martial Art of Korea

Ages 5 & 6. Class includes Etiquette (Respectful Behavior); Rolling & Acrobatics; Safety Falls; Meditation Practice; Hand/Foot Striking & Blocking; Forms Training (Hyung); and Self Defense Techniques.


Instructed by: David Pritts, 3rd Degree Black Belt and School Owner

Days: Monday and Wednesday (Fifteen classes a session)

Time: 6:00–6:30 pm

Dates: Winter

Location: Senior Center

Cost: $51 CH RES/$58 NON-RES


Youth—Kuk Sool Won™(WKSA)

The Traditional Martial Art of Korea

Ages 7–13. Class includes Etiquette (Respectful Behavior); Rolling & Acrobatics; Safety Falls; Meditation Practice; Hand/Foot Striking & Blocking; Forms Training (Hyung); and Self Defense Techniques.


Instructed by: David Pritts, 3rd Degree Black Belt and School Owner

Days: Monday and Wednesday

Time: 6:30–7:30 pm

Dates: Winter

Location: Senior Center

Cost: $100 CH RES/$105 NON-RES

NEW! Wellness Programs


All programs are open to residents and non-residents.

Register online at or at the Community Center during front desk hours. Ty Richardson will contact you to schedule your orientation once you are registered.

NEW! Ask our Exercise & Fitness Specialist

Attendees of these FREE informal discussions are invited to ask Ty Richardson about all things health and wellness. Guests will receive a workbook that will guide them in creating healthier habits and provide them with helpful information they can start using immediately. These talks will take place 12:00–12:45 pm on the first Saturday of each month in Activity Room 1A & 1B.

Pre-registration at least seven days before each monthly talk is REQUIRED!

NEW! Fitness Assessment with Body Composition

This 30-minute comprehensive assessment will evaluate your fitness level by testing your cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscle strength, and flexibility and assessing body fat. This fitness report will determine your baseline health and wellness status and disease risk.

Cost: $45.00 per person.

NEW! Weight Loss and Nutrition Coaching

Schedule a phone consultation with exercise and fitness specialist Ty Richardson to discuss your current eating and lifestyle habits. Together, you will choose a plan to begin establishing better habits and health. Email, or call or text 216-694-8414 today with any questions or to schedule your phone consultation!


There are four different Coaching Programs to choose from:

  • 7-Day Detox includes a 7-day detox grocery list with recipes, a BMI assessment, a daily water intake goal, a weekly exercise plan, and a 7-day weight loss goal. Cost: $49.00


  • 30-Day Weekly Coaching includes a 30-day detox grocery list with recipes, a BMI assessment, a daily water intake goal, a weekly exercise plan, four weekly remote or in-person weight check-ins, and a 30-day weight loss goal. Cost: $99.00


  • 30-Day Daily Coaching includes a 30-day detox grocery list with recipes, a weight loss cookbook, a BMI assessment, a daily water intake goal, a weekly exercise plan, four weekly remote or in-person weight check-ins, and a 30-day weight loss goal. You will receive daily feedback and encouragement and have weekly phone check-ins. Cost: $199.00 (You can make a non-refundable partial payment of $99.50 to reserve your spot and pay the remainder of your balance two weeks after registration.)


  • 90-Day Big Loser includes a 7-day detox grocery list with recipes, a variety of weight loss cookbooks, a variety of meal plans, a BMI assessment, a daily water intake goal, a weekly exercise plan, weekly remote or in-person weight check-ins, and a 90-day weight loss goal. You will receive daily feedback and encouragement and have weekly phone check-ins. Cost: $499.00. (You can make a non-refundable partial payment of $166.33 to reserve your spot and then make another two monthly payments to fulfill the balance.)

NEW! 90-Day Fit Family Challenge

Families create healthy lifestyle habits with our Fit Family Checklist, fostering a supportive environment with family involvement and promoting a healthy sense of self by focusing on health and wellness, not diets or weight loss. (Requirements: A family must include at least one child under 18 and at least one adult age 18 or over.) This is a 90-day commitment: Families start and finish TOGETHER! Cost: $99.00 per month per team member



  • We offer a FREE 30-minute session to learn the layout of our fitness center and how to use our new fitness equipment. Sign up at the front desk for this 30-minute educational walk-through.

  • We offer a FREE Personal Training Demo for new or renewing community center members. Get a great workout and learn a lot in this 30-minute session with one of our certified personal trainers. If you decide to register for one of our affordable packages to keep your goals in motion., call or text our head of personal training at 216-694-8414 or sign up at the front desk.

  • We offer Personal Training. Hire one of our certified personal trainers to ensure that your workouts are safe and effective. We offer 30-minute or 60-minute sessions for groups or individuals, and monthly plans start at just $55. Call or text Ty Richardson at 216-694-8414 for more information.

Express Yourself!

ARPA Feedback Still Needed—LAST CHANCE

The City continues to ask people to fill out a public input form to prioritize possible investment areas and suggest specific ways ARPA funds might be spent.

Public input form collection will close on Monday, November 14, 2022. If you haven't filled out the public input form, please share your thoughts with the City today!

 Fill out the ARPA Public Input Form 
Learn more about the City's ARPA Funding and Process

Lake Erie Ink


The Coventry Living Room Project aims to create a public gathering space that strengthens the sense of community in the Coventry neighborhood.


We plan to take inspiration from parklets, pedestrian plazas, and other examples of community-building infrastructure in our and other cities. Throughout the process, we’ll design the space with those who live, work, and play in Coventry. This is a community-led project sponsored by the Coventry Village Special Improvement District.


Join us on November 17th at 6:30 PM at the Coventry Branch of Heights Libraries for a community design session. Click here to RSVP (or stay in touch)!


If you can’t make it to the community design session, complete this form to help us create design principles for the project. Learn more at Coventry Living Room.

Heights Libraries Is Accepting Applications

For a New Board Member

Want to Serve Your Community?

Heights Libraries Is Accepting Applications for a New Board Member.

The Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library is now accepting applications for a new board member, with applications due at noon on Friday, November 18, 2022.

Find out more...

2023 program dates are Sundays, January 22, February 5, February 26, March 12, and March 26 from 3pm-6pm. Participants must commit to attending all five sessions to be accepted into the program.

Workshop sessions will take place at FutureHeights, located in the Coventry P.E.A.C.E., 2843 Washington Boulevard.

Deadline to apply: Friday, January 13, 2023.


The City of Cleveland Heights is Hiring!

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Job openings in the Police Department, City Hall, Parks and Recreation, Public Works, and other departments may be found on the Cleveland Heights Job Opportunities webpage.

-- All Are Welcome --


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