Thank you to everyone who attended our first Safety Services Night Out. We had a fantastic turnout! Our staff members from the Police, Fire, and Service Departments were on hand to meet our residents and answer questions about their jobs and the vehicles and equipment used to keep our residents safe. A sincere thank you goes out to the Highland Heights Police, Fire, and Service Department staff who participated in this event. We look forward to seeing you and your families next year.

Summer isn't over just yet! On Thursday, August 17th, we warmly welcome Al Bucco & Michael George: The Summit to our final summer concert for Music at the Gazebo. Get ready for an evening of some classic Vegas style "Rat Pack" music. Romeo's Pizza of Highland Heights will also be there selling pizza, so come hungry! We look forward to seeing you on Thursday from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. for a great night of music.

I am pleased to report that the Cuyahoga County Resurfacing Project on Wilson Mills Road has been completed. Overall, the project ran on schedule, despite some of the rainy weather conditions we experienced this summer. I want to thank the residents on Wilson Mills Road for their patience during this extensive construction project.

On Thursday, August 24, 2023, I will be presenting my 2022 Annual State of the City Address. This is an opportunity for residents to ask questions and meet our City Council members and Department Heads in an informal setting. We will host this event in the City Hall Council Chamber at 7:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. I look forward to seeing you there.

The Fire and Police Building Renovation Project is progressing well. Currently the exterior portion of the project is substantially completed. This included a new roof on the entire building, tuckpointing and brick replacement, as well as an application of a water repellant to all brick surfaces. The interior component is currently on schedule. The contractors are progressing efficiently with framing of altered spaces completed, plumbing and HVAC rough in work completed, and new drywall being hung where needed. Painting has begun in some areas. The project is slated to be completed by the end of October.  

As summer winds down and the excitement of a new school year begins, there's always something to look forward to. Be sure to check out our upcoming activities and events below.


Chuck Brunello, Jr.
Mayor/Safety Director
More Information from City Hall Departments
From the Highland Heights Police Department
When to stop for a school bus in Ohio
With the start of the school year upon us, we would like to inform and encourage everyone to be aware of the laws when approaching a school bus per the State of Ohio. Our officers will be visible during this transition to ensure the safety of the children and everyone on the roadway.
From the Highland Heights Service Department
Computer Round-up
Month of August
The city will hold its computer roundup program for 2023 during the month of August. The program is in partnership with the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District. Items that can be recycled include desktop computers, towers, laptops, monitors, keyboards and peripherals, printers, modems, tablets, e-readers, telecom devices, networking equipment, cables, cell phones, and video game systems. Residents wishing to participate in the program can drop off items at the Service Department between 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the month of August.
From the Recreation Department
Mark your calendars

Mayor Brunello looks forward to seeing you on Thursday, August 24th
at 7:00 p.m.

Note new location in the City Council Chamber.
City of Highland Heights 5827 Highland Road, Highland Heights, OH 44143