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  1. Cleveland Heights Awarded $200,000 Federal Transportation Grant

    Mayor Kahlil Seren announced that the City of Cleveland Heights has been awarded a $200,000 Safe Streets and Roads for All federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation for the development of a Comprehensive and Equitable Safety Action Plan. Read the Press Release
  2. City News Update - January 29, 2023

    With RENT and FUN HOME, Cain Park’s 2023 Theater Season Explores Diversity, Identity, and La Vie Boheme! | Metrohealth: A Health Conversation | Cleveland Heights buys mini-fleet of electric cars | Meet Your Police | Cain Park Arts Festival | Jobs Read The Update
  3. Letter to the Community from Mayor Kahlil Seren

    Earlier this week, a video was posted on YouTube featuring edited clips of police body camera footage from a September 22, 2022, traffic stop that led to a complaint against a Cleveland Heights police officer. I want to share with you... Read the Full Letter from Mayor Seren
  4. Cain Park’s 2023 Theater Season Explores Diversity, Identity, and La Vie Boheme!

    Cleveland Heights Mayor Kahlil Seren today announced the Alma Theater productions for Cain Park’s 85th season will be RENT, which will run June 8-25, 2023; and, FUN HOME, which will run August 10-27, 2023. Read the Press Release
  5. City News Update - January 20, 2023

    North Rink to Reopen on Monday, January 23 | Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration | Interviews of City Council Applicants are Available Online | Heights High unveils revamped MetroHealth School Wellness Center | New 25 mph Speed Limit | Jobs Read The Update
  6. City News Update - January 14, 2023

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration - January 19 | Charter Review Commission Application | Council Vacancy Draws 26 Applicants | Meet You Police | CHPD praised by Postal Service | New 25 mph Speed Limit | Upcoming Blood Drives | Jobs Read The Update
  7. City News Update - January 6, 2023

    Applicants needed for Charter Review Commission Members | Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration - January 19 | Cleveland Heights joins county's electric public utility program | New 25 mph Speed Limit | No Holiday Lights in Recycling Carts | Jobs Read The Update
  8. City News Update - December 30, 2022

    Happy New Year 2023 | City Offices Closed on January 2, 2023 | Applicants needed for an Open Council Seat and Charter Review Commission Members | Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration - January 19 | Artists sought for 2023 Cain Park Arts Fest | Jobs Read The Update
  9. City News Update - December 23, 2022

    Applicants needed for an Open Council Seat and Charter Review Commission Members | Cleveland Heights City Council Approves 2023 Budget | Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration - January 19 | Artists sought for 2023 Cain Park Arts Fest | Jobs Read The Update
  10. City News Special Edition Update - Winter Storm Warning

    Winter Storm Warning | The Cleveland Heights Community Center will be open this weekend as a warming center | Likely Emergency Parking Ban This Weekend | Space Heater Safety | How Cleveland Heights Plows Its Streets Read The Update
  11. City News Update - December 17, 2022

    City Council Passes 2023 Budget | Cleveland Heights Councilwoman Josie Moore resigns | Congratulations Director Eric Zamft! | Cleveland Heights Named A Climate Action Community | Loose Leaf Pick-Up—EXTENDED | City Meetings | Jobs Read The Update
  12. Lower Speed Limits on Five Street Segments Will Go into Effect on December 21, 2022

    Reducing speed limits in residential neighborhoods is an essential part of Cleveland Heights' efforts to achieve "Vision Zero," a strategy for eliminating fatalities and severe injuries from traffic accidents. Traffic studies have shown that... Read on...
  13. City News Update - December 9, 2022

    Lower Speed Limits on Five Streets | Loose Leaf Pick-Up | Heights Gospel Choir Winter Concert | Noble Neighbors Children's Book Drive | Cain Park Gift Certificates | Cain Park Arts Fest | City Meetings | Winter Recreation Programs | Jobs Read The Update
  14. City News Update - December 2, 2022

    Mac's Backs Books on Coventry Celebrates its 40th Anniversary | Loose Leaf Pick-Up Week Four | City Meetings | Congratulations to Zhug | Cleveland Potters' Co-op hosts holiday sale | Coventry Village Holiday Festival | Winter Recreation Programs | Jobs Read The Update
  15. Mayor's Recommended 2023 Budget

    I’m proud to announce that for the first time under our city’s new form of government, I have fulfilled my Charter responsibility to propose the Mayor’s Recommended Budget for 2023 and provided Cleveland Heights City Council with... Read the Full Letter from Mayor Seren
  16. City News Update - November 25, 2022

    Shop Local on SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY | Browns welcome veterans, athletes from Adaptive Sports Ohio | City Council Approves Financing for CLM | Cleveland Heights 2023 Budget Hearings | Mayor Seren Speaks at Medina City Council | City Meetings | Jobs Read The Update
  17. City News Update - November 19, 2022

    City Hall Holiday Hours | 2023 Budget Hearings | It's Snow Plowing Season Again | Loose Leaf Pick-Up | Recycle Your Campaign Yard Signs | Upcoming Vaccine Clinic at the Community Center | Small Business Saturday - Shop Local | City Meetings | Jobs Read The Update
  18. City News Update - November 11, 2022

    Veterans Day | Longtime State Rep. and former Cleveland Heights Mayor Barbara Boyd dies | National Recycling Day is November 15 | Loose Leaf Pick-Up | Neighborhood Traffic Calming Efforts To Resume in Spring 2023 | City Meetings | Jobs Read The Update
  19. City News Update - November 5, 2022

    Congratulations, Cleveland Heights Residents For being GREAT Recyclers! | New Community Resource Specialist | Loose Leaf Pick-Up | Winter Recreation Programs | Heights Arts Holiday Store opens Nov. 4 | City Meetings | ARPA Feedback Still Needed | Jobs Read The Update
  20. City News Update - October 28, 2022

    Cleveland Heights Trick or Treat | New Finance Director | Loose Leaf Pick-Up | Dominion Energy to Begin Work at Lee and Mayfield Roads | Fire Safety Tips | Meet Your Police | City Meetings | ARPA Feedback Still Needed | Jobs Read The Update
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