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CITY OF MAPLE HEIGHTS WELCOMES NICHOLAS KOUDELA, ASSISTANT SERVICE DIRECTOR

CITY OF MAPLE HEIGHTS WELCOMES NICHOLAS KOUDELA, ASSISTANT SERVICE DIRECTOR Please welcome our new Assistant Service Director, Nicholas Koudela who joins the Service Department today. Koudela comes to the City of Maple Heights from Richmond Heights where he was Lead Mechanic for several years.  Additionally, he serves as the Chairman of the Board of Zoning

2023-01-09T13:25:05-05:00January 9th, 2023|News, Service|

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|

City Leaf Collection to Begin 10/31

The Maple Heights Service Department will begin loose leaf collection on Monday, October 31, 2022. The city loose leaf collection is divided into three zones (see the leaf collection map below). For the most up to date street locations and dates, please call the Leaf Removal Hotline at 216-587-9015. Zone 1 (A): all streets North

2022-11-10T14:19:57-05:00October 25th, 2022|News, Service|

The City Announces Two Promotions

THE CITY OF MAPLE HEIGHTS ANNOUNCES TWO PROMOTIONS   The City of Maple Heights has promoted Jaimie Hasenohrl to the Assistant Director, Department of Human Services; and Robert Dloniak, Foreman, Service Department.    Jaimie has been with the City since 1999; beginning her career with the Maple Heights Senior Center as a Human Services Supportive

2022-08-05T15:13:56-04:00August 5th, 2022|Human Services, News, Service|

2022 Preventative Maintenance Funding Grant Award

The City of Maple Heights has received a 2022 County Road Maintenance Award Letter for six city roads in the amount of $101,100.00. We are continuously identifying local funds to repair our city streets which have been in disrepair for many years. This current award will run through 2023 at which time we will apply

2022-03-25T10:39:37-04:00March 25th, 2022|Service, Uncategorized|
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