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City Council meetings, normally held the first and third Mondays of each month, are broadcast in their entirety, gavel-to-gavel, every day at 2 a.m., 9 a.m., and 9 p.m. The exception is Monday, when there is no 9 p.m. broadcast.
Spectrum, 216-575-8000, and AT&T, 800-288-2020, currently offer cable television and internet service throughout the city of Cleveland Heights. An alternative to cable television is satellite TV. Satellite providers include Dish TV and DirecTV.
No, Channel 1020 is only available to cable subscribers who reside in Cleveland Heights. A tier of service that includes only local channels as well as access channels like Channel 1020 is available only from Time Warner. Dish owners must either use an antenna or pay an additional charge for local channels.
Copies of most programs produced by the city are available at the main branch of the Cleveland Heights/University Heights Public Library approximately two weeks after the program begins airing on Channel 1020. Copies are also available to purchase for a nominal fee at City Hall. To place an order, call 216-291-5795 or email us.
All programming is promoted on the channel's video bulletin board. You can also call 216-291-5795, email us for programming information or view the schedule on the Government Television page.
Programming on Channel 1020 includes:
Yes. You can view the current year of City Council meetings on the City's YouTube page. You will also find direct links to the council meetings in the Agendas and Minutes page.