2023 Ordinances

75-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance authorizing and approving the presentation of entertainment programs in Cain Park for the year 2023. and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
74-2023
Second Reading
An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Tempest Inc. for the Recreation Center – North Ice Rink Reconstruction Project, and declaring the necessity that this Ordinance take effect immediately as an emergency measure.
60-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to convey an easement to the City of Cleveland for the installation of a water line between Cedarbrook Road and Tullamore Road as part of the Cedar Lee Meadowbrook Development; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
59-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance authorizing all actions necessary to accept Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council (NOPEC) 2023 Energeized Community Grant; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
58-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance amending Section 177.02, “Current Funds”, of Chapter 177 – Accounting Funds - Part One, Administrative Code, of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Cleveland Heights to establish a “NOPEC Fund” within the Special Revenue Funds; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
53-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance authorizing the vacation of a portion of the public Right-of-Way for Andrews Road; authorizing an agreement with the adjoining property owners related thereto; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
51-2023
Second Reading
An Ordinance amending Section 177.02, “Current Funds”, of Chapter 177 – Accounting Funds - Part One, Administrative Code, of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Cleveland Heights to establish an “Indigent Drivers Interlock and Alcohol Monitoring Fund” within the Special Revenue Funds; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
48-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to convey an easement to the Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company for the relocation of power lines as part of the Cedar Lee Meadowbrook Development; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
47-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance to amend certain subparagraphs of Ordinance No. 168-2022(F), relating to appropriations and other expenditures of the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2023 and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
41-2023
Second Reading
An Ordinance accepting and ratifying the material terms of the Teva and Allergan Settlements pursuant to the OneOhio Memorandum of Understanding consistent with the terms of the July 21, 2021, National Opioid Settlement Agreement.
40-2023
Second Reading
An Ordinance accepting and ratifying the material terms of the CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart Settlements pursuant to the OneOhio Memorandum of Understanding consistent with the terms of the July 21, 2021, National Opioid Settlement Agreement.
38-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance establishing salary schedules, position classifications and other compensation, and benefits for officers and employees of the City; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
37-2023
First Reading
An ordinance to amend certain subparagraphs of Ordinance No. 168-2022(F), relating to appropriations and other expenditures of the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2023 and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
28-2023
Second Reading
As Amended

An Ordinance amending Subsection (a) of Section 505.06, “Animals Prohibited in Public Parks,” of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland Heights to permit leashed dogs in the City’s Parks under specified conditions.
21-2023
First Reading
An Ordinance authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with Partners Environmental Consulting, Inc. for environmental consulting services including the preparation of Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments for the former Hillside Dairy/Police Annex Property at 1418 Warrensville Center Road; declaring said Property as blighted; and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.
20-2023
Second Reading
An Ordinance providing for the issuance and sale of economic development tax increment financing revenue bonds, in a principal amount not to exceed $14,200,000, for the purpose of paying a portion of the costs of the acquisition, construction, equipping, installation, furnishing and other improvement of a project, as defined in Section 165.01 of the Revised Code; authorizing execution and delivery of a trust agreement, a loan and service payment agreement, a bond placement agreement and related agreements, instruments and documents to provide for the revenues to pay and secure bond service charges and other required payments, the custody and application of funds and revenues, the permitted use of bond proceeds in the financing of project costs, other requirements for the issuance, sale and delivery of the bonds and related matters; and declaring an emergency.
19-2023
Second Reading
An Ordinance authorizing a First Amendment to the development agreement with F&C Development, Inc. concerning the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook project, and declaring the necessity that this legislation become immediately effective as an emergency measure.