Monthly Archives: November 2022


CITY OF MAPLE HEIGHTS AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS STORYBOOK TRAIL GRANT   The City of Maple Heights has been awarded a $6000+ Storybook Trail Grant from ODNR, in partnership with the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library.  ODNR launched the Storybook Trail program in 2019 and partnered with the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in

2022-11-30T17:18:43-05:00November 30th, 2022|News, Parks and Recreation|

Water shut off Tuesday, 11/29: Thomas Street Constuction

Cleveland Water has informed the City of Maple Heights that water will be shut off today, Tuesday November 29th from 11:30am-3:00pm (estimated) for homeowners situated near the Thomas Street road closure.  All impacted residents have been notified this morning by the contractors; we apologize for the short notice and thank you for your patience.

2022-11-29T12:22:30-05:00November 29th, 2022|Construction Zone, News|

Maple Heights welcomes new Animal Warden, Todd Davitt

 MAPLE HEIGHTS NEW ANIMAL WARDEN Mayor Annette Blackwell is pleased to welcome Todd Davitt as the City’s new Animal Warden, reporting to Service Director Tony Ciresi.  Todd comes to the City with many years of experience owning his own business and working with wildlife. His responsibilities will include responding to residents, trapping of animals, patrolling

2022-11-28T13:41:09-05:00November 28th, 2022|News, Service|

Thomas Street Road Closure set to begin on Monday, 11/28

THOMAS STREET ROAD CLOSURE UPDATE:   Thomas Street Road Closure to begin on Monday, November 28, 2022.   Thomas Street will be closed between Dalewood and Hazelwood Avenue beginning Monday, 11/28 for the continued construction on the Hazelwood Senior Housing Complex.  This construction will take place for TWO WEEKS, weather permitting.   Please follow the

2022-11-17T13:59:01-05:00November 17th, 2022|Construction Zone, News|

MHFD holds Swearing-In Ceremony

The MHFD held a swearing-in ceremony yesterday at City Hall.   Congratulations to Captain Jim Ferris and Lieutenant Tony Selar.   (Pictured Left to Right...Captain Dan Sypen, Fire Chief Vito Kavaliunas, Mayor Annette Blackwell, Captain Jim Ferris and Lieutenant Tony Selar)  

2022-11-15T16:48:31-05:00November 15th, 2022|Fire, News, Uncategorized|

Mayor Blackwell and Director Duffy attend PCFO Cuyahoga Fall Sustainability Spotlight Tour

This past Friday, Mayor Blackwell and Joe Duffy, Director of Planning and Development participated in the Power a Clean Future Ohio (PCFO) Cuyahoga Fall Sustainability Spotlight Tour.     Several local NEO community leaders were in attendance in addition to Blackwell and Duffy.  The group visited three local sustainability projects:   The Cuyahoga Land Bank East

2022-11-09T13:27:08-05:00November 9th, 2022|News|

Veterans Day Service

We will honor our Veterans this Friday, November 11th, with a Veterans Day Service at the Maple Heights Veterans Memorial Honor Roll at 11:00 am.  Please meet at the Honor Roll at 10:45am. Please plan to attend.      

2022-11-07T19:05:30-05:00November 7th, 2022|News|

Fitness Trail Grand Opening set for 11/19

FITNESS TRAIL GRAND OPENING    The City of Maple Heights invites you to the Grand Opening of the Fitness Trail! Located within Stafford Park, our new Fitness Trail contains 15 individual equipment stations, and it has been designed for people of all ages and all athletic abilities in mind.     Mayor Blackwell will welcome members

2022-11-07T18:48:37-05:00November 7th, 2022|News, Parks and Recreation|

Maple Heights City School District opens Community Resource Room

Last week, the Maple Heights City School District invited Mayor Blackwell, members of the School Board and City Council, along with other community leaders for the soft opening of their new Community Resource Room.  The Resource Room will assist families in need within the community with clothing, household goods, canned food and other essential items. 

2022-11-03T12:33:53-04:00November 3rd, 2022|News|
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