The Department of Building and Housing has implemented a customer-facing online portal for rental registration and code complaints. Online CitizenServe Portal
All homeowners or occupants are required to maintain front yard, back yard, and tree lawns. Grass and weeds should not exceed 6 inches. When grass and weeds exceed 6 inches in height, the Building Department cites the property and gives the homeowner and occupants 2 days (48 hours) to cut the grass and weeds. If the grass and
The Departments of Building, Housing, and Economic Development have published their 2021 Annual Report.
Do you need assistance paying your water or sewer bills? The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) has partnered with CHN Housing Partners to help homeowners and renters with past-due sewer bills or assist with making sewer bills more affordable. Click here to learn more. Cleveland Water Department can help homeowners with water bills through
Cuyahoga County Council approved $450,000 of CDBG HOME funding on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 to help make the $12.9M Hazelwood Court affordable housing project a reality in 2022. Read more about the funding in Cleveland.com's article.
A joint meeting of Cuyahoga County Council's Economic Development and Community Development and Planning Committees recommended $450,000 of CDBG HOME funding to help make the $12.9M Hazelwood Court affordable housing project a reality in 2022. Read more about the funding in ABC New 5's article.
Announced earlier this year, the City's Department of Building is beginning an Annual Door-to-Door Inspection Program, inspecting all residential properties in the City on a 5-year rotating basis (see the Press Release for the initial announcement). ABC News 5 also covered the Program recently, featuring Mayor Annette Blackwell and Housing Manager Brendan Zak.
CHN Housing Partners launched their Delinquent Property Tax Assistance Program to address delinquent property taxes for individuals who have experienced a COVID-19 hardship after January 21, 2020. This pilot program is funded by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) via U.S. Department of the Treasury funds made available through the American Rescue Plan of 2021.
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