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"DON'T CALL ME CRAZY!" Upcoming Event

Don’t call me weird…don’t call me “that relative”…don’t call me contagious…don’t call me odd…don’t call me unreadable…DON’T CALL ME CRAZY! Click to read more about this stirring mental health and wellness event on Thursday, April 6th. {MORE}

Part I of Mayor's Forum on Workforce Readiness a SUCCESS

With more than 30 businesses, over 150 attendees, three panel discussions, and the unveiling of Tri-C Unified Manufacturing Center’s Mobile Training Unit, last night’s kick-off event at the Tri-C Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Humanities Center for the City of Warrensville Heights’ Mayor’s Forum on Workforce Readiness series was eventful to say the least. {MORE}

Friendly City Newsletter Gets A New Look!

The City of Warrensville Heights is pleased to unveil its newly designed publication to the community. Click for details about the changes, and for a link to read the full Spring 2017 edition online. {MORE}


Homebuyer Education To Homeownership Seminars - Starts May 2nd!

The city's Homebuyer Education to Homeownership Program seminars will begin on May 2, 2017. If you are interested in preparing to purchase a home in Warrensville Heights, read on for more info on how you can register! {MORE}

WARRENSVILLE ALERT: Civic Center Reopens TONIGHT for Power Outage

The City of Warrensville Heights will re-open its Civic & Senior Center on Friday night to those residents still experiencing power outages. Light refreshments will be available. Call the Civic Center for more information at (216) 587-1250. {MORE}

WARRENSVILLE ALERT: Civic Center Available During Power Outage

Due to continuing power outages, the City of Warrensville Heights will be opening the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center for those affected by the wind storm. The Civic & Senior Center is located at 4567 Green Road and will be open from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. The center's amenities will be available and light refreshments will be served. Please call (216) 587-1250 with any questions. {MORE}

Mayor's Forum on Workforce Readiness - Part One

Laid off? Need skills training? We are matching serious applicants with employers that are hiring! Click more to register for this FREE event! {MORE}

Mobile Food Pantry Adds New Forum

The Department of Economic Development adds new speaker forum to monthly Mobile Food Pantry so that participating residents can also receive timely and relevant information from community sources. CLICK more for pictures. {MORE}

Road to Wellness Health Fair

This comprehensive health and wellness event takes place on Tuesday, March 7th at the Warrensville Heights Civic and Senior Center. Don't miss out! Click for more information. {MORE}

2017 Black History Program

In celebration of Black history and heritage, the City of Warrensville Heights and the Civic Center staff present this year’s Annual Black History Program on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. Read on for details. {MORE}

WARRENSVILLE ALERT: LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING

Monday, January 30, 2017 LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 A.M. EST (National Weather Service) Heavy lake effect snow will impact the morning commute. Snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour will continue in the heaviest bands with near white out conditions. Counties affected: Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga Stay posted for updates. {MORE}

WARRENSVILLE ALERT: January 14th Mobile Food Pantry CANCELLED

Mobile Food Pantry that was scheduled for Saturday, January 14, 2017 has been cancelled. Read on for more information. {MORE}

Warrensville Alert: WATER MAIN BREAK ON GREEN ROAD

WarrensvilleAlert: WATER MAIN BREAK ON GREEN ROAD Friday, January 13, 2017 There is a water main break on Green Road near Jennings St. and Vera St. It is currently being serviced. The water will be turned off for a few hours during that time frame. For questions, call City Hall (216) 587-6500. {MORE}

Ward 2 Councilwoman Andrea Mitchell hosted this fun and educational event for high school and college students on Friday, December 30, 2016 at South Pointe Hospital. {MORE}

Dominion East Ohio Gas Line Replacement

Dominion East Ohio Gas will be replacing gas lines on Marvin and Sumpter Rds. beginning the week of January 16th, and continuing for approximately 8 weeks. During that time, there may be temporary interruption of drive and sidewalk access. For questions or concerns, please contact the Building Department at (216) 587-1230. Thank you. {MORE}

Happy New Year!

Warm wishes from us to you for a safe and prosperous new year! {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Police Cruisers Get Brand New Look

Have you seen our new police cruisers? Well, they've got a brand new look. Our Warrensville Heights Police Department decided to go for a change this season, and now our cruisers have a sleek, all-black side panel with bold gray letters. The change is the City's first in several years to update the cruiser's design. What do you think of the new look? {MORE}

Snow Emergency Parking Ban

Snow Emergency Parking Ban Chief of Police is declaring an emergency. During the period of the emergency, parking of all vehicles upon any of the City’s streets shall be prohibited. Effective immediately, until 8:00 a.m. Friday, December 16th 2016. {MORE}

EMERGENCY ALERT:

East Ohio Gas is replacing the gas line on Warrensville Center Road at the Miles overpass. They are starting the project on Thursday, December 8, 2016, and will be closing one lane of traffic for a 2-week time frame. Please be prepared for traveling delays and plan accordingly. {MORE}

Public Notice - Cuyahoga County Competitive Municipal Grant Programs

The City of Warrensville Heights is eligible to apply for $150,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant Funds administered by the Cuyahoga County Department of Development. AND The City of Warrensville Heights is eligible to apply for $50,000 Supplemental Grant administered by the Cuyahoga County Department of Development. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Community Feedback

Location: Cuyahoga County Library System - Warrensville Heights Branch
Organization: MyCom Community Steering Committee
Dates/Times:

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 @ 2:00pm
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 @ 4:00pm
Monday, October 24, 2016 @ 6:00pm

Click here to register. {MORE}

Business Newsletter

Our new Business Newsletter is available for download!

Click here to download our business newsletter. {MORE}

Annual Tax Abatement Report Training for Businesses

This is a mandatory annual Tax Abatement Report Training for businesses receiving abatement on November 1, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. To register send email to [email protected] or call 216-587-1136. {MORE}

Warrensville Alerts (Emergency Alert System): Sign up today!

Read on for 4 things you MUST know about WarrensvilleAlerts, which is the City of Warrensville Heights' Emergency Alert System through ReadyNotify (Cuyahoga County). {MORE}

Food Pantry Volunteer Sign-Up (2nd Saturday of every month)

City of Warrensville Heights Food Pantry Monthly Volunteer Opportunities! We're using SignUp.com (the leading online signup and reminder tool) to organize our volunteer sign-up activity. {MORE}

Northfield-Warrensville Multi-Modal Connectivity Plan

Be a part of the conversation: The goal of the Northfield-Warrensville Multi-Modal Connectivity Plan is to improve connectivity through street and infrastructure upgrades that encourage the spectrum of multi-modal transportation options such as walking, biking, public transit and automobiles. The purpose of the plan is to enhance economic development by linking employment, health, educational, retail, entertainment and recreation resources. The Plan will also proactively incorporate complete and green street systems, smart technologies and green infrastructure into existing and planned development. The focus area encompasses the Villages of North Randall and Highland Hills, the City of Warrensville Heights, the Van Aken District of Shaker Heights and the Chagrin Highlands area of the City of Cleveland. The plan is led by the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, with the consultancy of Parsons Brinckerhoff and SmithGroup JJR, and is funded by the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency’s Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative. Here is where you can help. We need businesses, employees, philanthropic and community groups, and every resident to join the conversation. Allow us to take about ten (10) minutes of your time to take a brief interactive online survey at: {MORE}

Ohio Department of Transportation projects for Cuyahoga County that will impact Warrensville Heights’ Traffic flow

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Summer Food Service Program to Provide Free Summer Meals to Low-Income Children

The City of Cleveland ranks 1st in child poverty among the 50 largest U.S. cities. In addition, only a small fraction (9%) of the children that receive meals during the school year are served in the summer. This summer, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) are working to expand summer food service program offerings. {MORE}

HackCLE Present's the 2016 Tech Inclusion Summit + Career Fair

We are doing intentional outreach to underrepresented people in the tech workforce to invite job seekers and potential career changers to join us Tuesday, June 28, 2016 for this free event. {MORE}

FREE Home Buyer's Education Seminar

The City of Warrensville Heights has partnered with Breaking Chains Inc. to conduct Home buyer Education Seminars for individuals interested in preparing for the home buying process. Breaking Chains is a United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) certified housing agency. The Home buyer Education Seminars will be a four part series that will cover money management, budgeting, credit and shopping for a mortgage loan. Each series will be a two hours session. Individuals participating in the seminars will gain knowledge to improve their money management skills, obtain a better understanding of their financial capabilities, and increase their creditworthiness and the ultimate goal of preparing for homeownership. Remaining Seminar Sessions: May 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th June 7th, 14, 21th & 28th July 5th, 12th, 18th & 26th August 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd September 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th Upon completing the four part series, participants will be issued a certificate a stating they have successfully completed the Home buyer Education Requirement. To register click link below: {MORE}

2016 State of the City Address Announced

Please join Mayor Bradley D. Sellers, City Council and Administration on Tuesday, March 29, 2016, for the Warrensville Heights State of the City Address at the Warrensville Heights Library Branch, 4415 Northfield Road, beginning at 6:30 p.m. {MORE}

Exterior Maintenance Grant Program Returns Monday, April 4

Due to the overwhelming success of the 2015 Exterior Maintenance Grant Program, this spring, the City of Warrensville Heights will resume funding to encourage homeowners to invest in their properties beginning Monday, April 4, 2016. {MORE}

Now Accepting Applications: ‘Friendly City’ Summer Employment

The City of Warrensville Heights is now accepting applications for its Summer Youth Employment! A diverse range of opportunities are available, and students are needed in all areas including, the Building Department, Civic & Senior Center, Communications, Economic Development, Finance, Personnel, and the Service Department. The deadline to apply for summer employment at the City of Warrensville Heights is Friday, April 29, 2016. {MORE}

City of Warrensville Heights Now Hiring

The City of Warrensville Heights is now accepting applications for the positions of Director of Communications & Activities, Animal Warden, and Personnel Clerk. Applications can be picked up at City Hall, Monday-Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or downloaded online in the Employment Section. {MORE}

2016 Street Reconstruction & Road Repairs

This spring, the City of Warrensville Heights will begin its 2016 Road Repair and Resurfacing program in the city. Traffic will be restricted on these streets during construction. Please follow the posted detours and visit our website for updates. {MORE}

Annual Black History Month Program

Join the City as we celebrate Black History Month on Wednesday, February 24, 2016 at the Civic & Senior Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. This year's program will feature the play, A TRAIN CALLED FREEDOM, Written and Directed by Joyce M. Meadows. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please call (216) 587-1250. {MORE}

Mobile Food Pantry Rescheduled for February 20

The City of Warrensville Heights will host the February Mobile Food Pantry on Saturday, February 20 at 10:30 a.m. at Randallwood Elementary, in observance of the Greater Cleveland Food Bank Presidents Day holiday schedule. Quantities are limited, so please arrive early. For more information, please call (216) 587-6500. {MORE}

City Hall Closed February 15

The City of Warrensville Heights will be closed on Monday, February 15th in observance of Presidents Day. Monday's rubbish will be collected on Tuesday, February 16th. All other rubbish collection days will remain the same. {MORE}

City Hosts More Than 300 Residents at first Rubbish & Recycling Forum

Mayor Bradley D. Sellers and City Council welcomed more than 300 residents at the first of three Privatized Rubbish and Recycling Collection Community Forums on Monday, January 25 at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center. The ninety minute presentation discussed the upcoming changes to rubbish and recycling this spring, and was moderated by Mayor Sellers, Public Service Director Ted Sims, Diane Bickett, Executive Director of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Management District, and Don Johnson of Kimble Recycling and Disposal, Inc.,. {MORE}

Rubbish & Recycling Collection Privatization Meetings

In December 2015, the City of Warrensville Heights awarded a five-year contract for automated curbside rubbish and recycling services to Kimble Recycling and Disposal, Inc., officially commencing efforts to privatize curbside collection in the City in 2016. In preparation for the transition, the City will host two more community forums regarding the upcoming changes to rubbish and recycling on Wednesday, February 17, and Wednesday, March 9, from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at the Warrensville High School Auditorium, 4270 Northfield Road. {MORE}

January 12th Senior Club Meeting Cancelled

Due to severe weather conditions, the Tuesday, January 12th Warrensville Heights Senior Club meeting has been cancelled. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. {MORE}

Mayor Bradley D. Sellers and Council Swearing In Ceremony on Dec. 31

Mayor Bradley D. Sellers and re-elected Council members, Council President Dorise Hagwood, Councilwoman Andrea Mitchell, and Councilman-elect Walter Stewart, will be sworn in on Thursday, December 31 in a special ceremony in Council Chambers at noon. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Celebrates Councilwoman Ruby Nelson

Join the Warrensville Heights City Council for its last council meeting of the year, honoring Ward 4 Councilwoman Ruby Nelson tonight at the Civic & Senior Center beginning at 7:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. {MORE}

Annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony

Join Mayor Bradley D. Sellers, City Council, Administration and Staff on Tuesday, December 1st for the City’s Annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony at City Hall. This family fun event will begin immediately following the evening’s 7 p.m. City Council Meeting, and serve as Warrensville Heights’ official kick off to the Holiday Season. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please call (216) 587-6500. {MORE}

Holiday Bazaar

Celebrate the holiday season at the Civic & Senior Center! Purchase Christmas Wreaths, Centerpieces, Garland and Paintings, One-of-a-Kind Jewelry, Decorative Glass Plaques, Ceramics, Bible Bags and This & That Bargains, during the Center's Holiday Bazaar event, weekdays from November 18-23, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. {MORE}

Cleveland Premiere of The Man in 3B

Congratulations to Warrensville Heights' own, movie producer ND Brown '90, on the premiere of 'The Man in 3B'. Join ND Brown this weekend (Nov. 6th - 8th) at Regal Richmond Town Square Stadium 20 (631 Richmond Road, Richmond Heights) for movie showings at 1:20 p.m., 4:20 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10:00 p.m., with a special drawing at Friday's 7:30 p.m. show. {MORE}

November 3rd Election Information

Click here for a listing of the City of Warrensville Heights November 3rd ballot information, including the Charter Review's proposed amendments. {MORE}

Issue 110: Permanent Improvement Renewal Levy

The City of Warrensville Heights has placed an important issue on the November 3 General Election Ballot, Issue 110 - the renewal of the .50 mill permanent improvement levy. Issue 110 is a renewal and will not increase your property taxes. The cost of the levy is less than $1 per month for a home valued at $100,000 and it will generate approximately $73,246 annually. {MORE}

Municipal Income Tax Penalties and Interest

Click here for more information about Warrensville Heights Income Tax Penalties and Interest. {MORE}

Civil Service Exam For Police To Be Administered October 24

On October 24, 2015 at 9:00am at the Woods King Armory 237th BSB HQ 4303 Green Road Highland Hills, Ohio 44122, the City of Warrensville Heights will administer a civil service examination for entry level police officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, must be a high school graduate or have a GED, and possess a valid Ohio driver’s license. {MORE}

Community Development Block Grant Public Hearing

The City of Warrensville Heights will host a Public Hearing to discuss ideas for future community development activities through the Community Development Block Grant Program on Thursday, October 1, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. at Warrensville Heights City Hall. {MORE}

Community Shred Day September 26

Join the City this Saturday, September 26 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. for the last Community Shred Day of 2015 at Ridgewood Municipal Park. All Warrensville Heights residents are encouraged to use Community Shred Day to securely destroy any documents that may contain personal information. For more information please call (216) 587-6500. {MORE}

Scrap Tire Round-Up September 14 - 25

Warrensville Heights Scrap Tire Round-Up will be held from September 14 - 25. This year's round-up is reserved for residential passenger tires only, with rims no larger than 20”. Tires can be dropped off at the Service Garage, Mondays - Fridays between 8 am - 3 pm. {MORE}

Exterior Maintenance Grant Program Closed for 2015

Due to depleted funds, the Exterior Maintenance Grant Program has ended for the year. Please check upcoming editions of the Friendly City Newsletter or the website for more details about the 2016 Exterior Maintenance Grant Program. {MORE}

August is Recycle Your Computer Month!

Bring your old CPUs, monitors, keyboards, software and cell phones to the City's Service Garage Monday through Friday this August, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., to safely discard at no cost. For more information please call (216) 587-6570. {MORE}

Cleveland.com: 'The House Next Door'

Now more than ever, Northeast Ohio suburbs are faced with a surplus of abandoned homes in their neighborhoods. Learn what leaders, such as our own Mayor Brad Sellers, have to say about these vacancies and how they plan to defend our communities from property deflation and crime. {MORE}

Noon at the Movies

Join us this summer for 'Noon at the Movies' every Friday at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center, 4567 Green Road. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Summer Festival August 14 & 15

Join the City of Warrensville Heights on Friday, August 14 and Saturday, August 15 for the City’s Summer Festival at Green Road Park. The City’s highly anticipated celebration of family, friends and heritage, will feature all day carnival rides, games, food, contests, art exhibits, and activities for children of all ages. The festival will also feature performances from several Northeast Ohio favorites including The Forecast Band, Hubbs Groove, The White House Band, and many more! {MORE}

Emery Road Resurfacing Project Begins July 13

The Department of Public Works will begin resurfacing Emery Road from Northfield Road to Merrygold Boulevard in the City of Warrensville Heights and the Village of North Randall on Monday, July 13. During construction, one lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained at all times; please use precaution when traveling during construction times. {MORE}

Independence Day Weekend Fireworks Returns

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with the City of Warrensville Heights on Sunday, July 5, as we observe our nation’s birthday with a custom show, featuring several hundred fireworks and special effects, illuminating the sky in between Warrensville Heights Middle School and High School. The fireworks show will begin at dusk, with limited seating in the football field bleachers behind Warrensville Heights High School. {MORE}

City Hall Closed July 3

The City of Warrensville Heights will be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of Independence Day. For all non-emergencies, please call (216) 581-1234. {MORE}

Public Meeting Notice

The City of Warrensville Heights will convene Wednesday, July 2, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. in Council Chambers to discuss the future of the residential property located at 4490 Granada Boulevard in Warrensville Heights. Property Owners from 4490 Granada Boulevard are encouraged to attend. For more information, please contact Assistant Building Commissioner Benjamin Brown at (216) 587-1230. {MORE}

Exterior Maintenance Grant Program

The City wants to encourage homeowners to invest in their properties by assisting with improvements to the exterior of their homes. The Exterior Maintenance Program will make grants available to homeowners for correcting cited code violations. Grants are available to homeowners of single-family owner houses or condominiums that have been cited for code violations. {MORE}

Annual Best Foot Forward 5K Wellness Walk

On Saturday, June 6, the City of Warrensville Heights and South Pointe Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic Hospital, will host Warrensville Heights Annual Best Foot Forward 5K Wellness Walk. The city’s annual 5K, led by Warrensville Heights Ward 2 Councilwoman Andrea Mitchell, will begin at 9:15 a.m. at South Pointe Hospital. {MORE}

2015 Exterior Maintenance Program Inspection Schedule Released

This spring, the City will begin its new three year cycle of inspections on various streets throughout Warrensville Heights. Listed below are the streets and their 2015 respective inspection dates. {MORE}

2015 Tri-City Memorial Day Parade

Join the City of Warrensville Heights and Villages of Highland Hills and North Randall as we host our annual Tri-City Memorial Day Parade this Monday, May 25, 2015. The parade will step-off promptly at 10 a.m. at the corner of Wickfield Avenue and Warrensville Center Road, proceed south on Warrensville Center Road, and conclude at City Hall for our ceremonial program. {MORE}

Fire Hydrant Testing

During the month of May, the Warrensville Heights Fire Department will perform fire hydrant testing throughout the city. Please look for notice signs posted in designated areas during the time of testing. Please note, hydrant testing may cause water to appear murky; please run your water thoroughly until it clears. Thank you for your cooperation. {MORE}

Meet the Directors Night

Do you have specific questions for your city's administration or just want to meet each department's director? Join us on Monday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center for the city's second annual Meet the Directors Night Event! {MORE}

Pictures of the Warrensville Heights 2015 Senior Luncheon

On Monday, May 4th, Mayor Bradley D. Sellers and the City of Warrensville Heights City Council hosted the 2015 Senior Luncheon at Cleveland Marriott East in Harvard Park. Approximately five hundred Warrensville Heights seniors and community stakeholders joined the Mayor and Council at this year's celebration, featuring the sounds of Hubb's Groove with Stacey Crawford. {MORE}

Issues 10 & 11: Police & Fire Tax Renewal Levies

This spring, the City of Warrensville Heights has placed two vital renewal levies on the May 5th ballot to support the City’s safety services. Issues 10 & 11, the City’s Police & Fire levies, are renewals and will NOT raise your taxes. {MORE}

New Mobile Food Pantry 10:30 a.m. Start Time

To better serve our Mobile Food Pantry patrons, the City has moved the monthly pantry start time to 10:30 a.m.! Please join us at Randallwood Elementary School, 21865 Clarkwood Parkway, on the second Saturday of each month for the mobile food pantry. Quantities are limited, so please arrive early. {MORE}

PAVEMENT CONDITION RATINGS

In 2014, the City of Warrensville Heights performed a city-wide assessment of the corporate-limit streets using a “Pavement Condition Rating”, or PCR, for each road relative to each other. The PCR system, developed by ODOT in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration System, was used to rank the grade of each Warrensville Heights’ street. Each road started with a PCR score of 100 and was deducted points for cracking, potholes, failing joints, etc. The final score for each street was determined by the measured assessment. {MORE}

City Income Tax Preparation

Central Collection Agency (CCA) will provide City Income Tax Preparation at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center on Tuesday, April 7 from 3:00 p.m. until 7:45 p.m. {MORE}

AARP Free Tax Preparation CLOSED

Due to high demand, free individualized tax preparation with the AARP Foundation has ended for the season. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you. {MORE}

Severe Weather Closing

Due to severe weather conditions, the City of Warrensville Heights offices will close today at 1:00 p.m. This includes the Civic & Senior Center, the Building Department, and the Service Garage. Additionally, all non-essential City personnel will be dismissed at 1:00 p.m. The police department and fire department will remain open. For all non-emergencies, please call (216) 581-1234. {MORE}

Feb. 20 Trash Pick-Up Delayed to Feb. 21

Due to severe weather conditions, the City of Warrensville Heights will delay trash pick-up one day to Saturday, February 21. All other days will remain the same. {MORE}

Police Department Offers Reward for Information on January Homicide

The Warrensville Heights Police Department is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction in the killing of 49-year-old resident, Marc Lanier. The Police Department is asking anyone with any information about the January 27 slaying to contact the department at (216) 581-1234. {MORE}

February Mobile Food Pantry Moves to Feb. 21

Due to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank offices closing in observance of the holiday on Monday, February 16, the February Warrensville Heights Mobile Food Pantry will be postponed until Saturday, February 21, 2015. Food distribution will resume on the second Saturday in March. {MORE}

Building Department Announces New Business Hours

In an effort to support the department’s growing traffic and to better serve residents and contractors, beginning Monday, February 9th, the Warrensville Heights Building Department will open its doors at 8:00 a.m. and close at 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information or to contact the Building Department directly, please call (216)587-1230. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Recognized by Cuyahoga County OVI Reduction Task Force

On Tuesday, January 27, more than 150 law enforcement officers and public safety professionals joined together at LaCentre in Westlake to recognize and thank the law enforcement agencies and officers who work tirelessly throughout the year to keep our roadways safe. The 41 police departments who form the Cuyahoga County DUI/Reckless Driving Reduction Task Force work together throughout the year to protect Greater Clevelanders through a combination of enforcement efforts and public information and education to get reckless, aggressive, and impaired drivers off our roadways before they can hurt themselves or someone else. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights City Council Swears In New Ward 5 Councilman Matthew Howard

On Wednesday, January 7, Warrensville Heights City Council called to order a special council meeting to swear-in Ward 5 community leader Matthew Howard. Councilman Howard will complete the remainder of now County Councilwoman Shontel Brown’s city council term, slated to expire in 2017. {MORE}

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. to Host Community Entrepreneurial Fair

Join the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. for their Community Entrepreneurial Fair on Saturday, December 20, 2014 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center. For more information, please call (216) 509-7020 or email [email protected] {MORE}

Toys For Tots Toy Drive

The City of Warrensville Heights is an official Toys For Tots drop-off location! Visit City Hall or the Civic & Senior Center between now and December 15 to drop off new, unwrapped toys for children this holiday season. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Chief of Police Retires After 31+ Years of Service

The City of Warrensville Heights announces the retirement of Police Chief William Jelenic with over 31 years of service on Saturday, November 22, 2014. Police Chief Jelenic began his career as a patrol officer in April 1983. He was quickly promoted to the rank of Sergeant in August 1986. In August of 2002, Chief Jelenic was promoted to Lieutenant and later reassigned to the department’s detective bureau as a Lieutenant in September 2005. In 2009, Chief Jelenic was named interim Chief, and later promoted to the rank of Chief in August 2010. {MORE}

Veterans Day Program

Join the Warrensville Heights City Council as they salute our Veterans on Monday, November 10 at 11:00 a.m. at the Civic & Senior Center. Call (216) 587-6516 by November 5 to RSVP. {MORE}

Trick-Or-Treat in Warrensville Heights on October 31st

Fall Newsletter Correction: Join the City for this year's city-wide Trick-or-Treat event on Saturday, October 31st from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Please remember, while trick-or-treating only visit participating houses with the front light on. {MORE}

Community Forum: Rubbish Collection & Recycling Program

Join the City of Warrensville Heights on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Civic & Senior Center for a community forum regarding City of Warrensville Heights Rubbish Collection and Recycling Program, moderated by the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Management District. {MORE}

City Hall Closes for Ebola Precautions

Warrensville Heights City Hall, except for the Police and Fire Departments, will be closed until Friday, October 17, 2014 out of an abundance of caution. Warrensville Heights City Hall employees have been notified about the precautions being taken to ensure their safety. City Hall is scheduled to be thoroughly cleaned by an outside company strictly as a precautionary measure. All other city facilities including the Civic & Senior Center, Service and Building Departments will remain open. For more information or for any concerns regarding the Ebola virus, please call the Ohio Department of Health 24-hour call center at (866) 800-1404. {MORE}

City-Wide Leaf Pick-Up Information

To better serve the residents of Warrensville Heights, the Service Department will conduct leaf pick-up from now until first snow fall (weather permitting). {MORE}

Free Chronic Disease Health Fair

Join the City of Warrensville Heights and South Pointe Hospital a Cleveland Clinic Hospital for the Free Chronic Disease Health Fair on Wednesday, October 29, 2014, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center. {MORE}

Road Repair Begins in Warrensville Heights

Road repair has officially begun on the following Warrensville Heights streets: Gladstone Road, Longbrook Road, Eastwood Road, Merrygold Blvd, Timberlane Road, Hathaway Lane, Joyce Ave, and Miles Road. {MORE}

City Closed Friday, July 4th; No Trash Pick-Up

The City of Warrensville Heights will be closed on Friday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Friday's rubbish will be collected on Thursday, July 3rd. All other rubbish collection days will remain the same. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. {MORE}

South Pointe Hospital Helps Their Neighbors

Dozens of Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital caregivers volunteered their time and labor on Tuesday, June 3, to help spruce up homes in the Eastwood neighborhood of Warrensville Heights. The “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” initiative is an annual event, led by South Pointe Hospital Vice President John Bruyere. Great weather kept spirits high as the volunteers mulched, weeded, and planted. {MORE}

SOLD OUT: An Evening With Maurice Clarett

An Evening With Maurice Clarett has reached capacity and there are no longer any tickets available. Parking will be available for tonight's event at the high school and Mt. Zion Fellowship of Highland Hills. Early arrival is suggested. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Senior Luncheon

Join us on Monday, May 5, 2014, as we celebrate our seniors during our Annual Senior Luncheon at the Cleveland Marriott East in Harvard Park. This is a Warrensville Heights residents only event, and seating is limited. Ticket pick up for our Annual Senior Luncheon will begin Monday, April 21, 2014 and end when all tickets have been distributed at the Warrensville Heights Civic & Senior Center. TICKETS ARE FOR WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS RESIDENTS ONLY. {MORE}

An Evening With Maurice Clarett

Join Mayor Bradley D. Sellers and the Warrensville Heights City School District for An Evening with Maurice Clarett, hosted by WEWS TV/NEWSNET 5 news anchor, Danita Harris, on Wednesday, May 7, 2014, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Warrensville Heights High School Auditorium. Doors will open promptly at 6:30 p.m. {MORE}

2014 State of the City Address

Please join Mayor Bradley D. Sellers, City Council and Administration for the 2014 City of Warrensville Heights State of the City Address at the Warrensville Heights Library Branch, 4415 Northfield Road, beginning at 7 p.m. {MORE}

May 6, 2014 Primary Election Information

The May 6th Primary Election will include candidates for U.S. Congress, Governor, and statewide offices, the Ohio House and Senate, County Executive, County Council (in odd numbered districts), judicial seats, Democratic Central Committee, and issues. To avoid lines on Election Day, and to allow extra time to study the ballot, all registered voters may Vote by Mail. Vote by Mail ballot applications are available at the Board of Elections website: www.443VOTE.com, by calling the Board of Elections at 216-443-VOTE (8683), and at all public libraries. {MORE}

Van Aken Blvd Reconfiguration Starts April 1

The reconfiguration of Van Aken Boulevard, Chagrin Boulevard, Northfield Road, and the Warrensville Center Road intersections in Shaker Heights will begin Tuesday, April 1, 2014. The Warrensville/Van Aken/Chagrin intersection, where six roads now converge, has long been the bane of area drivers. The reconfiguration will create a standard four-way intersection, reducing wait times, confusion and congestion. {MORE}

Family Fun & Fitness Fair at the Warrensville Heights Family YMCA

University Hospitals (UH) Ahuja Medical Center is partnering with the City Of Warrensville Heights to present a Family Fun and Fitness Fair. The free wellness event will take place on Saturday, April 5 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Warrensville Heights Family YMCA, located at 4433 Northfield Road in Warrensville Heights. {MORE}

Water Shut Off Between Harvard Road and Sunset Drive

The City of Warrensville Heights experienced a water pipe break north of the intersection of Harvard Road and Warrensville Center Road, between Ridgewood Avenue and Sunset Drive. As a result, Cleveland Water will temporarily disable water service between Harvard Road and Sunset Drive beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 27, 2014. Service is expected to resume within 2-5 hours after shut off. The Warrensville Heights Public Service Department apologies in advance for any inconvenience. {MORE}

Ride The Rainbow Donation Drive

Calling All Super Heroes! University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, PNC Bank, and the Warrensville Heights Police Department have partnered to collect donations for Rainbow patients and their families in support of “Super Hero” day at the hospital. Be a Super Hero by donating a couple of items to help Rainbow families and children in crisis like: • Travel sized toiletries • Non-perishable microwaveable meals and snacks • Amazon and iTunes gift cards {MORE}

Annual Black History Program

On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, the City of Warrensville Heights and the Civic & Senior Center proudly celebrated African Americans Who Shaped American History during this year’s Black History Month program. This year’s event featured Rev. Dr. Todd C. Davidson, Senior Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church, Quilter and African American Historian Julius Bremer, Warrensville Heights High School Senior, Imani Edwards, and performances by Cleveland School of the Arts JazzArt Ensemble. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights Receives County Grant

The Cuyahoga County Department of Development awarded the City of Warrensville Heights a $150,000 Municipal Grant to replace the streetlights in the Clarkwood Neighborhood. The Department of Development receives funding for the grants from the Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. Fifty-one of the fifty-nine communities in Cuyahoga County are eligible to apply for the grants. This year seven grants were awarded. {MORE}

Become a Warrensville Heights Reserve/Auxiliary Officer

The police department is currently seeking volunteers over the age of 21 for its reserve/auxiliary police program. Participants will receive training and then be eligible to ride along with a police officer or another reserve/auxiliary officer. {MORE}

Warrensville Heights 2013 Summer Festival

On Friday, August 16 and Saturday, August 17, more than one thousand Warrensville Heights residents joined Mayor Bradley D. Sellers, City Council and city administration and staff at the Warrensville Heights 2013 Summer Festival at Green Road Park. {MORE}

Our Schools Future: A Community Forum

On Tuesday, August 6, 2013, more than 300 Warrensville Heights, Highland Hills, and North Randall residents, elected officials, stakeholders, and district employees met at Corporate College East to discuss the future of the Warrensville Heights City School District and its students. {MORE}

FREE Home Buyer's Education Seminar

The City of Warrensville Heights has partnered with Breaking Chains Inc. to conduct Home buyer Education Seminars for individuals interested in preparing for the home buying process. Breaking Chains is a United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) certified housing agency. The Home buyer Education Seminars will be a four part series that will cover money management, budgeting, credit and shopping for a mortgage loan. Each series will be a two hours session. Individuals participating in the seminars will gain knowledge to improve their money management skills, obtain a better understanding of their financial capabilities, and increase their creditworthiness and the ultimate goal of preparing for home-ownership. Upon completing the four part series, participants will be issued a certificate a stating they have successfully completed the Home buyer Education Requirement. {MORE}

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