Elevation drawing of City Hall with elevator and vestibule.

Project Overview

Estimated Project Timeline: July 2021 – January 2022
Total Project Cost: $533,000.00

The project scope includes constructing an elevator shaft and vestibule outside of City Hall, constructing a passageway to connect the 2nd floor hallway to the elevator shaft, and updates to restrooms to make ADA compliant. The vestibule connecting the elevator with City Hall also will limit the amount of hot air (in the summer months) and cold air (in the winter months) coming into City Hall each time the door is opened, resulting in energy savings.

The project is funded using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Community Development Supplemental Grant (CDSG), and Maple Heights General Fund dollars. In total, as of July 2021, $399,536.39 of the $533,000.00 total project costs have been paid for with the help of outside grant funds. Other grant funds are being pursued to help make the project a reality.

Photo of City Hall looking at where the elevator will be located on the south side of the building on August 9, 2021.

Project Updates

August 19th City Hall Elevator and Vestibule Update

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The foundation and concrete pad of the vestibule and the base of the elevator shaft have been poured. As the weather clears up, masons will begin laying the block walls for the elevator shaft. The

June 29th City Hall Elevator and Vestibule Update

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Beginning Wednesday June 30, 2022, until further notice, Public Access to the Maple Heights City Hall will be through the front entrance of the City Hall building only.  The front entrance provides a touchless automatic

June 25th City Hall Elevator and Vestibule Update

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Construction on the City Hall Vestibule and Elevator Project will begin Monday June 28th with the preliminary work required to provide ADA access to the front entrance of City Hall.   Once the automatic door opening