Message from the MAYOR
The City of Parma Heights is a great place to call home for families and businesses alike!
Parma Heights is a small-town oasis in a convenient, central location only minutes away from Cleveland Hopkins Airport with easy access via Pearl Road to Cleveland and points south. In Parma Heights, every citizen is within easy walking distance of a park with a wide range of reasonable priced home styles from which to choose. Our city offers a plethora of services and programs, quiet streets, restaurants and cultural opportunities including live theatre. With commercial properties spanning everything from small storefronts to larger office building space, in Parma Heights you can find reasonable rents or affordable purchase prices for your business start-up or established company.
I invite you to take a few minutes and explore our newly-designed website and see for yourself what a great community is waiting for you right here in southern Cuyahoga County.
Mayor, Michael P. Byrne
|WE'RE HOME!! CITY HALL REOPENED
For your convenience all departments - including the Building and Service Department which was previously located in the lower level of the Cassidy Theatre - are now housed in City Hall.
Please note that we have added additional security measures so when you visit City Hall, please check in with the entrance receptionist.
Stop in person or call anytime we can be of assistance to you!
|THE TLCI STUDY OF PEARL ROAD IS NOW COMPLETED!
We thank everyone who took the survey, attended a public meeting, or shared their opinion through letters and phone calls.
The Final Report will be given by our consulting firm Hatch Mott MacDonald at the Mayor's Caucus on:
Monday, February 8, 2016
Parma Heights City Hall, 6281 Pearl Road
You are all invited to attend and hear the results of this innovative study!
|LIBRARY CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS
The Parma Heights branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library will be closed for renovations from February 1, 2016, until approximately May 1, 2016.
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