The City of Maple Heights Residential Speed Table Pilot Program Announced

The City of Maple Heights Residential Speed Table Pilot Program Announced   Construction crews will be installing temporary safety control measures called speed tables at six locations selected by the MHPD and the City Engineer, after consultations with the City Administration.  These speed tables will provide vital information and guidance for the development of a

2024-04-19T16:02:20-04:00April 19th, 2024|News, Police|

A Snow Ban will be in effect beginning at 7PM tonight

Per the MHPD, A Snow Ban will be in effect beginning at 7pm tonight, Thursday, 1/18 until further notice.   There will be no parking on city streets beginning at that time.  Please keep the streets clear for our Police/Fire/EMS for calls and our Service Department for snow removal. We will update once the ban

2024-01-18T16:13:25-05:00January 18th, 2024|News, Police|

Maple Heights Police Department hires two new officers

Congratulations and welcome to our new police officers! Help us welcome our newest officers- Bernard Fronzaglio and Carolyn Field! They were sworn in on 9/7/22 at City Hall and will start the week of September 18, 2022. Officer Fronzaglio joins us with prior experience at Youngstown PD and Hubbard PD. Officer Field comes from CMHA

2022-09-12T12:58:54-04:00September 12th, 2022|News, Police|

Maple Heights Police Department to Receive Grant Money from State of Ohio

On Friday, Governor Mike DeWine announced the recipients for the sixth round of the Ohio Crime Reduction Grant Program. The Maple Heights Police Department will receive $216,237.00 from this latest round of grants.  MHPD is the only local law enforcement agency in Cuyahoga County to receive this state funding; and the grant awarded over $5.7

2022-08-08T11:00:51-04:00August 8th, 2022|News, Police|

Maple Heights Fights Crime in New Initiative

Mayor and Director of Safety Annette Blackwell proposed a new initiative of 32 new safety cameras, which City Council approved, to address crime in the City. The new cameras have license plate reading technology that will assist the Police Department with identifying and locating vehicles associated with a crime. The cameras will be posted throughout

2021-09-20T08:38:49-04:00September 20th, 2021|News, Police|
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