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PARMA HEIGHTS IS NOW ON FACEBOOK !
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LEAF COLLECTION SERVICE IS COMPLETED!
- The 2013 Leaf Collection service was completed as of Friday, December 6, 2013.
- The last day for Republic Waste yard waste collection was November 27, 2013.
Any remaining leaves may be bagged and disposed of in the blue refuse cart. Bagged leaves may also be dropped off for disposal in the dumpster located at the Service Garage iin the Greenbrier Commons on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.
Republic Waste will resume yard waste collection on April 16, 2014.
Please feel free to contact the Service Department at 440.884.9607 if you have any questions.
2012 AUDITOR OF STATE AWARD
FOR EXCELLENT RECORD KEEPING
The yearly audit is an important resource that tells you, our citizens, that we are using your money well and wisely. A clean audit is one of the best accolades our city, and our Director of Finance Terry Hickey, (pictured with me) could receive.
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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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POLICE & FIREFIGHTERS 9/11 MEMORIAL
DEDICATED AUGUST 25TH
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.
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. I encourage you to check out the link below for important safety information:
FOOTBALL FANS...PLAN AHEAD...HAVE FUN WITHOUT
DRINKING & DRIVING...DON'T LET YOUR FAMILY/FRIENDS
SIGN UP FOR CODE RED! IT'S FREE!
GET SAFETY ALERTS,
sent to your land line phone or cell phone!
To sign up for the CodeRED program, or if you have questions, please call the Safety Department at 440 884-9600 x37 or click here for a page with links to complete information and Frequently Asked Questions.
The City of Parma Heights is a Fair Housing Community
Fair Housing Information
Putting Safety First
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Camera Red Light/Speeding Enforcement Program Details