The Department of Human Services published the November 2021 Golden Maple Leaves newsletter and the November 2021 Senior Center Menu.
The Office of the Mayor issued a press release today sharing the City's continued focus on housing by beginning an Annual Door-to-Door Inspection Program. The Department of Building will inspect all residential properties in the City on a 5-year rotating basis in each of the 7 Council Districts per year. To begin the Program, the
The City of Maple Heights is hosting a Community Resource Fair at the Senior Center (15901 Libby Road) on Wednesday, October 27th between 5:30p and 7:30p. Attendees will include the Cuyahoga County Real Estate Tax Department, Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA), Cleveland Water Department, and more. See the event flyer for a full list of
The Ohio Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) has honored Mayor Annette M. Blackwell with the Norman Krumholz Equity Award recognizing "Mayor Blackwell's determination to better her community and address historic inequities epitomizes the legacy of Norman Krumholz..." Read the full press release here.
The Maple Heights Service Department will begin leaf collection on Monday, October 25th. The city is going to be picked into three zones (see the Leaf Collection Map): Zone 1, all streets North of Libby road will begin on October 25th. Zone 2, all streets South of Libby road will begin on November 1st. Zone
Mayor Annette Blackwell and Superintendent Dr. Charlie Keenan hosted the 2021 State of the City and Schools on Tuesday, October 12th at Milkovich Middle School. If you missed it or would like to watch part of it again, go to the City's YouTube page to check out the full recording and the link to Mayor
Masons laid the block walls for the elevator shaft and the support columns for the new foyer area. A picture of the progress is included below. Next steps include getting a roof on the elevator shaft and enclosing the foyer area so work can continue as under cover as winter approaches. The project remains approximately
Specialized Construction will be starting the work on the 2021 Road Repair Program tomorrow, Tuesday, October 12, 2021. The work will begin on Donnybrook with milling (asphalt removal) operations. The Notice to Residents flyer was distributed to residents in the affected area on Friday, October 8, 2021. 2021 Road Repair Program (3.43 lane miles repaired
The Maple Heights City Council voted unanimously to adopt the 2021 Southgate Connectivity Study on October 6, 2021. The full text of the 2021 Southgate Connectivity Study (PDF) and the Appendix (PDF) are available online. Implementation will begin in 2022. Keep an eye on the City's webpage and the Southgate Connectivity Study webpage for more
Mayor Annette Blackwell and Superintendent Dr. Charlie Keenan will host the 2021 State of the City and Schools on Tuesday, October 12th at 6:00p at Milkovich Middle School. Please see the Press Release for more information about food, reservation tickets, and tuning in via Zoom from home.