American Red Cross
Visit the American Red Cross' Cleveland Chapter web site to learn more about their programs and services.
Local Cable Television and telephone company
''How to Not Get Hit By Cars'' - Important lessons in bicycle safety. This website include 10 ways not to get hit by cars and other safety reminders.
Cedar Fairmount Special Improvement District
Historic business district at the top of Cedar Hill. At Cedar Fairmount, you'll find over 100 businesses, services, professionals and restaurants, all individual owned by friendly and knowledgeable people.
Cedar Lee Special Improvement District
Relax, shop and dine in style at Cedar Lee, the 'Main Street' of Cleveland Heights, which offers theaters, shops, clubs, restaurants and more.
Cleveland Heights Historic Photos Online
This web exhibit, Cleveland Heights & University Heights, Ohio: A Collection of Historic Images is a fascinating walk down memory lane and a celebration of Cleveland Heights’ rich history and architecture.
Cleveland Heights Historical Society
Non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the diverse character and traditions of Cleveland Heights
Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library
Featuring a wealth of information on the Main Library, the Coventry Village branch, the Noble Neighborhood branch and the University Heights branch
Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District
A comprehensive site featuring information on the district's fourteen schools and their curriculum
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
The organization brings critical players in the community development arena to exchange views, identify issues of common concern and mobilize for action.
Cleveland Restoration Society
Nonprofit community organization which strives to develop economically-viable solutions to preservation challenges in order to preserve and enhance the architectural heritage of our region.
Cleveland Tenants Organization
Organization that provides information about the Ohio Landlord Tenant Law to landlords and tenants in Cleveland
Columbus Green Spot
Helpful hints to make your home a greener place!
Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge
Representing the 11th District of Ohio
Coventry Village Special Improvement District
Cuyahoga Arts and Culture
Through public arts funding, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture (CAC) has helped establish Cuyahoga County as a hub of creative activity and a destination for artists.
Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
Web site of the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
Provides a broad range of quality-driven public health programs and services to the residents of Cleveland Heights through a contract with the City
Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District
Advocate and implement best management practices for conservation of land and aquatic resources in a developed environment through education, stewardship and technical assistance.
Domestic Violence Center
The mission of the Domestic Violence Center is to empower individuals, promote justice, and mobilize the community so that all people are free from violence and abuse in their relationships and homes.
Dugway Brook Watershed
The Dugway Brook is located in Cuyahoga County on the East side of Cleveland and the surrounding suburbs. The majority of the watershed is contained within the cities of Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland, and University Heights.
Eastside Welcome Club
The Eastside Welcome Club is a non-profit charitable and social organization that provides an immediate opportunity for prospective members and members to become acquainted with others in the eastern suburban community.
First Suburbs Development Council
This site identifies suitable development opportunities in the First Suburbs, provides contact information for all the First Suburbs member communities, and keeps you up to date on FSDC news,
Forest Hill Homeowners Association
A organization which works to promote, safeguard and improve the unique community known as Forest Hill, a neighborhood which is located in both the Cities of East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights.
This organization works to create citizen engagement tools for the residents of Cleveland Heights and University Heights through community meetings, forums, online newsletters and the monthly Heights Observer newspaper.
Heights Community Congress
Community organization that is committed to social justice and equality in Cleveland Heights
Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce
Non-profit organization that promotes local business and community interests
Heights Schools Foundation
The Heights Schools Foundations mission is to enhance and enrich the educational experiences of CH-UH students through partnerships with alumni and the broader community.
Heritage Home Program
The City participates in the Heritage Home Program, which in addition to providing free technical assistance, allows owners of older homes to maintain, repair and improve their property. Also available is a home improvement loan available at KeyBank with an interest rate of 2%.
Home Repair Resource Center
Non-profit organization that works to maintain and strengthen housing in Cleveland Heights
The Noble neighborhood is a unique and diverse neighborhood in Cleveland Heights. Noble Neighbors is a community organization made up of residents and business owners in this northeast quadrant of the City. The organization comes together to foster growth in their community by partnering with the City, businesses, real estate, cultural and social service sectors to enhance the neighborhood
Ohio Auditor of State
Site includes fraud reporting information.
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Regulates providers of various utility services, including electric, natural gas, long distance telephone, water and wastewater companies
Local Cable Television company
State Representative Janine Boyd
Representing the people of the 9th District
The Illuminating Company (FirstEnergy)
A registered public utility (electric) holding company serving 4.3 million customers
United Way is focused on creating community-based and community-led solutions that strengthen the cornerstones for a good quality of life: education, financial stability and health.
The Ready Seniors program helps active Ohio senior citizens, age 60+, prepare for emergency situations and provides relevant information on how seniors can plan for their special health and mobility needs in a time of emergency.