Press Releases

  1. Cleveland Heights and Start Right CDC Break Ground on First New Homes in the Caledonia Neighborhood

    Cleveland Heights, Ohio - Last Friday, May 13, 2022, the City of Cleveland Heights and Start Right Community Development Corporation (CDC) broke ground on the first of a series of new infill-construction, single-family, owner-occupied homes... Read the Press Release
  2. Cleveland Heights Launches Permanent Program for Creating “Shared Spaces” for Outdoor Dining

    Cleveland Heights, Ohio - Today, the City of Cleveland Heights rolled out a permanent program allowing the city’s businesses to create temporary “Shared Spaces” for outdoor dining. Read the Press Release
  3. “Full Speed Ahead” on Cedar Lee Meadowbrook following Issue 9 Defeat

    Cleveland Heights, Ohio - Today, Cleveland Heights Mayor Kahlil Seren issued the following statement following unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections showing that Issue 9 in Cleveland Heights had gone down in defeat. Read the Press Release
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  1. Cleveland Heights Announces Launch of Neighborhood Redevelopment Program

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 10/8/2020 - The City of Cleveland Heights recently announced the launch of the Neighborhood Redevelopment Program (NRP), that will focus on the construction of new infill housing... Read on...
  2. Cleveland Heights Looks Toward Its Centennial Celebration With "All Are Welcome" Commitment

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 9/15/2020 - The City of Cleveland Heights is pleased to look toward its 100-year anniversary with a renewed commitment to its community: All Are Welcome. Read on...
  3. Cleveland Heights City Manager Accepts New Position in Gaithersburg, MD

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 7/21/2020 - Monday evening during Cleveland Heights City Council meeting, City Manager Tanisha Briley announced her resignation effective September 1, 2020. Read on...
  4. The Ascent at the Top of the Hill Development Ceremonial Groundbreaking Held in Cleveland Heights

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 6/24/2020 - The City of Cleveland Heights and Development Partner Flaherty & Collins held a ceremonial groundbreaking event today for the newly underway Ascent at the Top of the Hill Development. Read on...
  5. Top of the Hill Develoment Project Closing Sets Stage for Start of Construction

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 5/5/2020 - The City of Cleveland Heights has taken the final step in preparation for the construction of the Top of the Hill project, a catalytic development at the gateway to Cleveland Heights. Read on...
  6. Cleveland Heights City Council Seeks Applications for a Recently Vacated City Council Seat

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 03/10/2020 - Cleveland Heights City Council Seeks Applications for a Recently Vacated City Council Seat Read on...
  7. Cleveland Heights City Council Unanimously Approves Financing for Catalytic Development

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 02/19/2020 - Top of the Hill, a transformative mixed-use development at the gateway to Cleveland Heights, reached final financing approval last night at the City's February 18th City Council meeting. Read on...
  8. Cleveland Heights - Tiger Nation - Goes Red for Super Bowl LIV

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 01/29/2020 - To show its support for Travis, Cleveland Heights will be rocking red lights to 'Light Up The Heights' on Super Bowl Sunday. Read on...
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  1. City News Update - May 13, 2022

    Cleveland Heights and Start Right CDC Break Ground | City Meetings | Cain Park Residents Day | Meet Your Police | Memorial Day Ceremony | CHPD, Cleveland Heights High School Car Wash | Tree Lawn Trees are Still Available! | 2022 Road Repairs | Jobs Read The Update
  2. City News Update - May 6, 2022

    City Hall Atrium Named for Susanna Niermann O'Neil | City Meetings | Summer Learn-to-Skate | Summer Basketball RETURNS! | Stay Cool at the Cumberland Pool | New Class—Kemetic Yoga 101 | Cleveland Heights Blood Drive: Tuesday, May 10 | Jobs Read The Update
  3. City News Update - April 29, 2022

    Arbor Day | City Meetings | Plastic Recycling with Your New Recycling Carts | Bulk Item Pick-up: Week of May 2 | Meet Your Police: Thursday, May 5, 6:00-8:00 pm | Loose Leaves Collection | Fire Hydrants Flushing | Jobs Read The Update
  4. City News Update - April 22, 2022

    Mayor Kahlil Seren Releases First Quarterly Video Update | Buy Tickets for Cain Park 2022 Theater and Concert Season | Heights United Summer Camps | Loose Leaves Collection | Fire Hydrants Flushing | MetroHealth Minority Men's Health Fair, April 28 | Jobs Read The Update
  5. City News Update - April 15, 2022

    Mayor Kahlil Seren Releases First Quarterly Video Update | Heights United Summer Camps | Upcoming ARPA Meetings | CH-UH '22-'23 Kindergarten Info Sessions | Yard Sign DOs and DON'Ts! | Special Bulk and Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off | Jobs Read The Update
  6. City News Update - April 8, 2022

    Spring Egg Hunt | Welcome, Chief Chris Britton! | Special Bulk and Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off | Cain Park's 2022 Theater and Concert Season | Forest Hills Earth Day 5K | Exterior Housing Inspections | Cleveland Heights NEEDS LIFEGUARDS | Jobs Read The Update
  7. City News Update - April 1, 2022

    Spring Egg Hunt | Cleveland Heights NEEDS LIFEGUARDS | Refuse and Recycling Collection Day Changing | Fire Hydrant Flushing | Bulk Pickup | Meet Your Police | Exterior Housing Inspections | Forest Hills Earth Day 5K | Family Fishing Workshop | Jobs Read The Update
  8. City News Update - March 25, 2022

    “Amazing Women of Cleveland Heights” Event | Joe Sinnott Confirmed as City Administrator | Refuse and Recycling Collection Day Changing | Leaf Collection | Bulk Pickup | Exterior Housing Inspections | Spring Egg Hunt | Family Fishing Workshop | Jobs Read The Update
  9. City News Update - January 7, 2022

    City Meetings | Christmas Tree Recycling | Heights Libraries Returns to Curbside Service Only | Apply to Spring Neighborhood Leadership Workshop Series | Vote for your Favorite Local Business | Holiday Lights Recycling | Jobs Read The Update
  10. City News Update - January 14, 2022

    Martin Luther King, Jr. Day | City Meetings | Meet Your Police | City Hall Safety Protocols | Heights Libraries Returns to Curbside Service Only | Tommy’s Restaurant Celebrates 50 Years | Apply to Spring Neighborhood Leadership Workshop Series | Jobs Read The Update
  11. City News Update - January 21, 2022

    City Meetings | Tax Season Begins | Free COVID-19 Tests | Vaccine Clinic for Seniors | Heights Libraries Reopen | Apply to Spring Neighborhood Leadership Workshop Series | Vote for your Favorite Local Business | Heights Lights Recycling | Jobs Read The Update
  12. City News Update - January 28, 2022

    City Meetings | Tax Season Begins | Cain Park Festival Applications | Meet Your Police | Free COVID-19 Tests | Heights Libraries Reopen | No School January 31 | FutureHeights Neighborhood Grants | Vote for your Favorite Local Business | Jobs Read The Update
  13. City News Update - February 4, 2022

    City Meetings | Bulk Pick-Up | Tax Season | Cain Park Festival Applications | Black History Month | CH-UH Celebrates #BHM | ‘1619 Project’ Discussion Group | PCs for People | FutureHeights Neighborhood Grants | Vote for your Favorite Local Business | Jobs Read The Update
  14. City News Update - February 11, 2022

    City Meetings | Gail Larson Appointed to City Council | Meet Your Police | Tax Season | Cain Park Festival Applications | Black History Month | PCs for People | FutureHeights Neighborhood Grants | Vote for your Favorite Local Business | Jobs Read The Update
  15. City News Update - February 18, 2022

    City Meetings | Gail Larson Appointed to City Council | Presidents' Day | Tax Season | Cain Park Festival Applications | Heights Youth Sports | Heights Green Team | Heights High TikTok Grant | Art for the Masses | Jobs Read The Update
  16. City News Update - February 25, 2022

    City Meetings | Meet Your Police | Bulk Pick-up | Tax Season | Cain Park Festival Applications | Heights Youth Sports | Free Tax Filing | PCs for People | FutureHeights Neighborhoods Grants | Art for the Masses | Jobs Read The Update
  17. City News Update - March 4, 2022

    City Meetings | Bulk Pick-up | Tax Season | Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook Update | CH-UH Preschool Enrollment Begins | FutureHeights Neighborhoods Grants | Cain Park is Hiring | Jobs Read The Update
  18. City News Update - March 11, 2022

    Mayor Seren Selects Joseph E. Sinnott as First City Administrator | “Amazing Women of Cleveland Heights” | Meet Your Police | Municipal Income Tax Help is Available | Welcome Mike Thomas | Spring Forward | CH-UH Preschool Enrollment | Jobs Read The Update
  19. City News Update - March 18, 2022

    City Meetings | Joe Sinnott's Appointment as City Administrator Up for Consideration | “Amazing Women of Cleveland Heights” | Municipal Income Tax Help is Available | 2022 Exterior Housing Inspections | Amplify Dispensary | Made Cleveland | Jobs Read The Update
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  1. Cleveland Heights Votes to Change Form of Government - Directly Elect Full-time Mayor

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 1/25/2019 - "I am always proud of all the things that make Cleveland Heights such a special place to live. The passion and engagement of our residents was reflected... Read on...
  2. Cleveland Heights Continues to Attract New Businesses

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 10/24/2019 - Economic Development in Cleveland Heights has remained strong in 2019 with growth being experienced throughout the City. Read on...
  3. Top of the Hill Development Approved to Start Early 2020

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 10/11/2019 - The Cleveland Heights Architectural Board of Review (ABR) approved the final design drawings submitted by the project developer, Flaherty & Collins Properties... Read on...
  4. Statement by City Manager Tanisha R. Briley concerning Housing Inspectors

    On Friday, I shared a memo with all Cleveland Heights employees reiterating the importance of performing our work at the highest ethical levels. Read on...
  5. Cleveland Heights Seeks Proposals to Spur Redevelopment of Largest Business District

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 6/21/2019 - This week, City Council authorized the issuance of a Request for Proposals for the preparation of a Redevelopment Plan for the Severance Town Center mall from qualified urban planning consulting firms. Read on...
  6. Cleveland Heights Details Next Steps for Transformative Top of the Hill Development

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 6/11/2019 - The City of Cleveland Heights continues to take steps towards the redevelopment of the Top of the Hill site, located at the top of Cedar Hill. Read on...
  7. Cleveland Heights Selects Development Partner For Prime Redevelopment Site

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 6/10/2019 - The City is moving forward with redeveloping approximately 4.80 acres of City-owned land in the Cedar-Lee Commercial District, known as the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook site. Read on...
  8. Cleveland Heights Policy for Safer Street Design Recognized as the Best in the Country

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 5/8/2019 - The National Complete Streets Coalition recognized the hard work by Cleveland Heights to draft and institute a new Complete Streets policy naming it the best in the country that passed in 2018. Read on...
  9. Prime Cleveland Heights Location Open For Redevelopment

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 4/18/2019 - Cleveland Heights continues to be a desirable location for development and redevelopment. Situated just up the hill from University Circle, the Cleveland Clinic... Read on...
  10. Cleveland Heights Announces New Member to City Council

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 4/02/2019 - Mayor Carol Roe, on behalf of City Council, announced today the selection of Cleveland Heights resident Craig Cobb to fill the unexpired term of former Councilperson Cheryl Stephens. Read on...
  11. City Council Announces Four Finalists for Open Council Position

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 3/14/2019 - Cleveland Heights City Council has been reviewing candidates to fill the currently vacant seat on the Council. The seat vacated late last year has meant that Council is currently operating with six rather than... Read on...
  12. City of Cleveland Heights Offers Support To Furloughed Government Workers

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 1/25/2019 - The City of Cleveland Heights understands this may be a difficult time for some of our residents who have been furloughed because of the federal government shutdown. The City wishes to support those residents... Read on...
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  1. Top of the Hill Project Gains Key Approvals

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 12/06/2018 - On Monday, Cleveland Heights City Council held a public hearing and voted in favor of adopting the Planned Development Overlay (PDO) District Development Standards for the Top of the Hill mixed-use development project. Read on...
  2. Cleveland Heights Receives State of Ohio Approval for City-Wide CRA to Support New Development

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 10/01/2018 - Cleveland Heights has achieved a major strategic development goal with the announcement that the City's petition to create a City-wide Community Reinvestment Area has been approved. Read on...
  3. City To Refund Parking Ticket Overpayments

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 9/21/2018 - The City of Cleveland Heights is taking action to refund an overcharge of $5.00 for various parking violations issued between 2013 and present. Read on...
  4. Cleveland Heights Seeks Community Engagement for Defining the City Brand

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 8/6/2018 - Cleveland Heights is undertaking a new initiative to establish an impactful brand identity that captures and communicates the spirit of the community. Read on...
  5. Cleveland Heights City Council Passes Two Key Pieces of Legislation Supporting New Development

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 8/1/2018 - Cleveland Heights City Council passed two important pieces of legislation related to development initiatives and projects in the City at the July 30 Council meeting. Read on...
  6. Cleveland Heights Police Department Receives Certification from State of Ohio

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 4/05/2018 - Cleveland Heights is proud to once again receive recognition for its ongoing efforts to improve the relationship between the Cleveland Heights Police Department and the community. Read on...
  7. Cleveland Heights Top of the Hill Project Receives Tax Approvals and Advances to Design Stage

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 3/20/2018 - The Cleveland Heights development project, known as the Top of the Hill, has taken another important step forward with approvals related to Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Read on...
  8. Prime Cleveland Heights Location Open For Development

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 2/26/2018 - This RFQ/RFP was issued on February 26, 2018 and proposals will be accepted until Monday, April 16, 2018. Read on...
  9. Cleveland Heights Top of the Hill Development Reaches Next Milestone

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 2/23/2018 - Cleveland Heights City Council has approved legislation to authorize the City Manager to enter into a development agreement with Flaherty & Collins Properties for the City's Top of the Hill Project. Read on...
  10. Cleveland Heights Welcomes New Mayor and Vice Mayor

    CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH, 1/3/2018 - The City of Cleveland Heights swore in four newly elected City Council members. Reelected to the Council are Jason Stein, Cheryl Stephens and Melissa Yasinow. Elected to his first full-term is Michael Ungar. Read on...
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