MAPLE HEIGHTS

MAPLE HEIGHTS  

 
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS!!

Mayor Annette M. Blackwell

Welcomes you to the

City of Maple Heights website

NEORSD Information

Message from Mayor Blackwell:

 

The month of May is one of seven months with the length of 31 days.  “Several stories are passed around to show how the month of May was named. The most widely accepted explanation is that it was named for Maia, the Roman goddess of spring and growth. Her name related to a Latin word that means increase or growth.” Retrieved from http://www.entourages.com/barbs/may.htm

 

What happens in May? Several important celebrations happen in May:

 

1) Cinco De Mayo. Many Mexican Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo on May 5th. It is

the anniversary of the Mexican victory over the French in 1862.

 

2) Mother’s Day. It was designated by Presidential proclamation, and was recognized

officially by Congress and the President. It is celebrated in honor of Mothers on the second Sunday of May.

 

3 ) Armed Forces Day is celebrated the third Saturday of May. The United States honors the men and women of the military services. The Armed Forces Day Celebration combined the Army, Navy, and the Air Force in 1950. In prior years, they had been held at separate times.

 

4) Memorial Day or Decoration Day. It is observed in memory of those who died while serving in the United States in war on the last Monday in May. The graves of the war heroes are decorated with flowers.

 

May is a beautiful month. The snow and ice have melted and it is not too hot! So, it is a good

time to enjoy the outdoors and celebrate in a number of ways. I especially love the sun on my

face, long drives and cool nights.

 

TO ALL THE MOTHERS, HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY.

 

Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District website and information about the new monthly billing program:

Maple Heights Library information and events can be accessed by clicking the link below:

Gas price information

Information and activities at nearby Cleveland Metroparks are available on the link below.

Info on the new trash carts & recycling program is posted on the website.

Streetlights/Electric

Click the links below on concerns over a streetlight that needs repairs,, tips, and outage information

Mayor Annette M. Blackwell

City of Maple Heights

Maple Heights school year for 2016 -2017 and information:

Maple Heights Schools

Water Department

Water main break?  Click the link below to reach the Cleveland Water Department, or call 216-664-3060.

Police Dept

The Maple Heights Police Department page has more information and additional links to keep  you informed!

Please click the link below for information on the gas pricing with your local supplier from Energy Choice Ohio.

(click on highlighted menu item for more infomation)

Metroparks

R T A

Link to the routes for RTA  and service within Maple Heights is available on the link below:

Use the scrollbar on the right for additional information and recent announcements.  Website is best viewed with the more recent browser versions of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox.

 

 

MAPLE HEIGHTS HEADLINES! Click here for the PDF version of Maple Heights Headlines.

 

 

SURVIVORS OF VIOLENCE:  Read more on this recent event and book signing which Mayor Blackwell attended,

 

 

VETERAN'S MEMORIAL:  "Thank you" to the volunteers who helped beautify Veteran's Memorail at City Hall on Saturday, May 20 ,  planting flowers on a cloudy and chilly morning.  IMAGES HERE 

 

 

WEWS METEOROLOGIST BRYAN SHAW visited the Maple Heights Senior Center on Tuesday, May 16 - images here 

 

 

PROPERTY TAX ASSISTANCE:  Representatives from the County Treasury Department will be onsite to answer any questions that you may have regarding your property taxes. If you have concerns regarding setting up a delinquent payment plan, foreclosure prevention, EasyPay payment plans, property tax exemptions for seniors and disabled persons or other property tax related issues, stop by to see them for more information.

Monday, May 22 - South Euclid/Lyndhurst

 

WATER & SEWER BILL ASSISTANCE:  Congresswoman Marcia Fudge has introduced legislation for assistance on water & sewer bills.  CLICK HERE for the additional information

 

 

SERVICE DIRECTOR:  The City of Maple Heights is accepting applications for the position of Service Director until May 31, 2017. Applications and Job Description are available online and also at the HR Department, 5353 Lee Road, Maple Heights. EOE/Drug Free and Smoke Free Workplace.

 

 

RECORDS CLERK:  The City of Maple Heights is accepting applications for the position of Records Clerk with the Police Department.  Applications and Job Description are available online and also at the HR Department, 5353 Lee Road, Maple Heights. EOE/Drug Free and Smoke Free Workplace.

 

 

FOOD PANTRY COORDINATOR:  The City of Maple Heights is accepting applications for the position of part time Food Pantry Coordinator.  

 

 

"SHRED IT" DAY:  The City of Maple Heights will had a Community Shred Day on Saturday, May 20th from 9 AM – Noon. The “InfoStore” truck was at Stafford Park - another Shred Day is planned for later in the year and will be posted on the website.

 

 

SUMMER EVENTS CALENDAR:  Click here for a list of summer events offered by various churches and organizations in the City.

 

 

YOUTH VOLLEYBALL CAMP:  Click here for information on the Youth Volleyball camp offered by the Maple Heights Schools on June 19 - June 21

 

 

HEALTHY YOU, HEALTHY FAMILIES:  Click here for infomation on this event which will be held on Saturday, July 15 at the Garfield Heights Library

 

 

MY COM:  MyCom stands for My Commitment, My Community. This award now connects the City of Maple Heights’ youth with high-quality, neighborhood-based programs and services. All of which will provide them with engaging, educational and affordable opportunities in a safe and supportive environment.  

The lead agency here will be the Maple Heights Library.  READ MORE

 

 

NEW RESTAURANT!  Read more about a NEW restaurant slated to open soon - "Sides to Go",  which should be opening late May or early June near Southgate.

 

 

MAPLE HEIGHTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY:  See the attached Newsletter for upcoming events at the Maple Heights Historical Society

 

 

MAYOR'S WORKFORCE READINESS FORUM:  Click here for information on the upcoming June 14 event held at Tri-C East.

 

MAYOR'S COURT:  Maple Heights Mayor's Court accepts payments on parking tickets 24 hours a day at the Drop Box located at the entrance to City Hall.

 

 

NEW TRASH & RECYCLING PROGRAM:  Information and schedules for the new trash and recycling program can be accessed on the Waste Management link on our website.  

 

 

PAVILION RESERVATIONS:  Pavilion reservations for Stafford Park ONLY are being taken - please call the Human Services Department at 216-587-5481, or use the online form 

 

 

PLAIN DEALER ARTICLE:  Read more on  Maple Heights resident and NASA engineer Terrian Nowden, featured in a recent edition of the Cleveland Plain Dealer!

 

 

JENNY'S GOURMET:  Maple Heights welcomes a new caterer and prepared meals business to the city - "Jenny's Gourmet" - open at 17090 Broadway - see attached for Menu and hours.....

 

 

FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING:   Fire hydrant flushing begins May 8 - the website will be updated DAILY with the list of streets scheduled to be flushed in order to keep you informed  - it will be posted on the "Twitter" feed on the Home page......

 

 

LOOKING FOR A PREVIOUS EVENT OR POSTING? Events, forums, meetings and information previously posted on the website can oftentimes be found on the 2016-2017 Archived News link 

 

 

USEFUL LINKS:  The website has several online links to handle various requests or issues that may arise.  Below are a few - please familiarize with these resources as they are a click away, (most are also featured on the "Home page")

 

Streetlight outages

 

Power outages

 

Water Main break

 

Potholes

 

Sanitary (Sewer) backup

 

Trash collection - heavy items

 

Recycling Schedule

 

Tall grass / Noxious Weeds

 

 

YOUTH FOOTBALL !   Maple Heights Lions Youth Football and Cheerleading information for 2017 can be found HERE 

 

 

MARCH AMVETS NEWSLETTER:  American Legion Post 309 April Newsletter 

 

 

FORMER COUNCILMAN ALEX ADAMS:  Alex Adams, District 1 councilman elected in November, 2007 and serving through December, 2015, is featured in a Patient Success Story at Select Medical......

 

 

MONTHLY WATER & SEWER BILLS:  Division of Water and Northeast Ohio Sewer District are now converting to a monthly billing  - click the following links for more information:

Division of Water

Northeast Ohio Sewer District

 

 

POTHOLE CONTACT:   Email contact form for potholes - click here. 

 

 

LOW COST SPAYING/NEUTERING:  Read more about the low cost spaying and neutering program offered by Valley Save-A-Pet

 

 

MOBILE FOOD PANTRY:  The next Mobile Food Pantry at Southgate will be on Saturday, June 3 from  9:00 AM to 11:30 AM !

 

 

POLICY MATTERS:  Please read the following link for information on the state cutbacks and how it is affecting communities throughout the state.

 

 

COUNCIL MEETING::  The next Council Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 7  at 7 PM.   For prior and upcoming agenda's, check the City Council page 

 

 

SIDE LOT PROGRAM!  The Cuyahoga County Landbank has vacant lots available within the City.  Click here for information on  the program.  For a current listing of available parcels, log onto the County Landbank website.

 

 

APPLIANCES / FURNITURE PICKUP:  Large or bulky items set out for trash need notification.  Please call 216-587-9014, or use the online form to ensure proper pickup.  Please note:  Box springs or mattresses need to be wrapped in plastic bag in order to be picked up!

 

 

POLICE CALL REPORTS:   Police incident reports are posted on line 

 

 

SENIOR NEWSLETTER:  Maple Heights Senior Center publishes a monthly newsletter with events, menus and other information going on at the center.  CLICK HERE for the more recent issue of the newsletter

 

 

PARKING BAN: Please be aware there is NO PARKING on all streets from 4 AM to 6 AM;  ORDINANCE 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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