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New Resident packets are available for pickup at City Hall in the Community Services office. Packets contain information about City policies, businesses, civic organizations, restaurants, schools, religious institutions, recreation activities, etc. For more information about receiving a packet please call 216-291-2323, Email Community Relations or you can view the Cleveland Heights At A Glance (PDF) for more information about the city.
Heights Community Congress sponsors the popular Heights Heritage Home Tour, view the Heights Community Congress website. Held annually in September, the tour showcases architecturally significant homes and gardens throughout the City. For additional information about the tour, call Heights Community Congress at 216-321-6775 or Community Relations at 216-291-2323. For further information about the organization, call 321-6775 or visit Heights Community Congress website. The Forest Hill Historic Preservation Society also sponsors a yearly tour of Forest Hill homes and gardens. Call 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations for more information.
Permits are needed for races, walkathons and bikeathons. Contact Community Relations by calling 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations for additional information.
Arbor Day is usually celebrated the last Friday in April. The City of Cleveland Heights - designated a Tree City USA - hosts an Arbor Day celebration each year with participation from local schools and City staff. For information about the City's Arbor Day Celebration, call 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations for additional information.
An annual Memorial Day ceremony is held each May involving veteran groups, community organizations, civic and religious institutions, schools and residents. Contact Community Relations at 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations for more information.
No permit is needed for a garage sale, however certain restrictions do apply:
Call 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations for further details. Permits are needed for estate and liquidation sales; such permits can be obtained in the:
Community Relations Office40 Severance CircleCity HallCleveland Heights, OH 44118
The City has a noise ordinance that prohibits unreasonably loud or disturbing noise by voice, musical instrument, amplification, television, car, etc. between the hours of 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. If noise gets too loud from a neighboring property, you may wish to ask your neighbors, if you feel comfortable doing so, to lower their music, voices, etc. If, after speaking to them, the noise level does not improve, or, if you feel you cannot speak to them, call the Police Department non-emergency number at 216-321-1234 while the party/loud noise is in progress. Sometimes the noise stops before the police arrive. If loud noise from a neighboring property is an ongoing problem, call Community Relations at 216-291-2323. A letter will be sent to your neighbors asking them to call Community Relations to discuss the problem. In an emergency situation, of course, call 911.
For assistance with neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, contact Community Relations at 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations.
Call 216-291-2323 to set up a date and time with a Community Relations Assistant.
Persons who become street contacts are active in their community and concerned about neighborhood issues. If you have a strong interest in your block, call 216-291-2323 to speak with a Community Relations Assistant about becoming a street contact. In addition you may Email Community Relations regarding your interest.
Street meetings are frequently held throughout neighborhoods in Cleveland Heights. Community Relations can help with the planning of street meetings, even providing speakers for the event. Call 216-291-2323 for additional information or Email Community Relations.
Call Community Relations at 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations.
Community Relations has a street association brochure that details block party procedures. For a copy of this brochure, call 216-291-2323 or Email Community Relations. Also, the Community Relations Assistant in your neighborhood can help in the planning of your block party by providing street barricades, flyers, a volleyball and net, etc.