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SNOW ROAD CONSTRUCTION

The Perk Company Inc. has resumed work on Snow Road to finalize the project by completing the remaining section of Snow Road from Eldon Drive to Bavaria (including the intersection with Pearl Road).  Traffic on Snow Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction on the north half of Snow Road as pavement repairs and resurfacing occur on the south half of Snow Road.  Right turn and exclusive left turn lanes will be maintained except when pavement removal or repair is required.  Work on Pearl Road will be done utilizing temporary zones in order to keep traffic delays to a minimum.

Message boards have been placed to inform the public of the forthcoming implementation and change in traffic pattern.

Click here to see the full Public Notice.


 APRIL IS A BUSY MONTH FOR
SPECIAL WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS!


Saturday, April 12 - Household Hazardous Waste Collection
                                (next scheduled collection on June 14)
Saturday, April 26 - Recycle Your Computer
Tuesday,  April 29 - Composting Seminar presented by the Cuyahoga
                                County Solid Waste District 

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PARMA HEIGHTS WINS TWO SAFETY AWARDS!!


PARMA HEIGHTS NAMED ONE OF SAFEST CITIES IN OHIO!!

Our community has been named one of the safest cities in the state of Ohio according to a study completed by SafeWise, a community-focused security organization. Public safety is a critical marker of the quality of life in a community and I have continually said that safety is, and always will be, my top priority. I am proud to say our efforts have paid off and we are ranked #20 in the state on the SafeWise 50 Safest Cities in Ohio list. Click here to read the press release.

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PARMA HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT
WINS 2014 AAA PLATINUM AWARD!!


American Automobile Association Cleveland Chapter's Lori Cook presents Parma Heights Police Sergeant Mike Luzniak with the Platinum Award for Community Traffic Safety. The Platinum Award is AAA's highest honor. Parma Heights was one of only 51 regional award winners recognized by AAA East Central.

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 SAFETY IS MY TOP PRIORITY

As your Mayor, I place the highest emphasis on providing a safe and secure community in which to live and raise your family.

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CITY RECEIVES ASH TREE REMOVAL GRANT

Parma Heights has been awarded a $10,000
2013 Western Lake Erie Basin Ash Removal Grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources for removal of trees infected by the Emerald Ash Borer (pictured).
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PARMA HEIGHTS - BIG CREEK CONNECTOR TRAIL NOW OPEN!


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POLICE & FIREFIGHTERS 9/11 MEMORIAL

DEDICATED AUGUST 25TH, 2013.

Click here for a slideshow of the 9/11 Memorial being constructed.

The City of Parma Heights received a steel beam from the World Trade Center in memory of the tragedy that occurred on September 11, 2001. Following an outporing of donations from the community and the work of numerous volunteers, our Memorial, located in front of the Fire Station in the Greenbrier Commons, was completed and dedicated on Sunday, August 25th. It serves as our community's commitment to honor those who lost their lives, to remember those who served with distinction, and to support those whose lives were forever changed on that fateful day.

 

PARMA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT QUICK LINK

Parma City School District: www.parmacityschools.org

 

The City of Parma Heights is a Fair Housing Community

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Putting Safety First
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PLAN AHEAD...HAVE FUN WITHOUT
DRINKING & DRIVING...DON'T LET YOUR FAMILY/FRIENDS
DRIVE DRUNK.

 

 

 

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