The Snow Parking Ban has been lifted. Keep in mind there is still a chance of high winds and cold temperatures. Happy Holidays!
As of midnight tonight; until further notice, a parking ban is in effect for the City of Maple Heights. Be safe and avoid travel if possible.
FAITH AND BLUE-Building Bridges to More Inclusive Communities Please join the MHPD and the listed places of worship in Maple Heights this Saturday, October 8th, for Faith and Blue: Building Bridges to More Inclusive Communities At 11:00 am, Church leaders, please join and pray for the officers of the MHPD, the citizens, and each
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
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
Attention Maple Heights residents: Snow Parking Ban will go into effect Wednesday, February 2, 2022, at 6 pm until further notice. DO NOT park on city streets, any motor vehicle parked in violation shall be subject to being towed.
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