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Dennis P. Patten
| Contact Information
|Dennis P. Patten,
Director of Public Service
cell: (440) 241-6211
FAX: (440) 843-5818
| Department Location
|Cassidy Theater – lower level, 6200 Pearl Road (located in the Greenbriar Commons)
CURRENT BID NOTICES
| Office Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
2nd & 4th Saturdays of every month
9:00a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Parma Heights Service Garage
Proof of residency is required.
Residents are asked to please limit drop-offs to regular household garbage.
Construction material, tires or hazardous waste items will NOT be accepted during these regular Saturday drop-offs.
WASTE COLLECTION EVENTS
LUBE STOP OFFERS FREE RECYCLING PROGRAM
FOR USED OIL, BATTERIES -
Click here for information
| SEWER MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
The Service Department does provide assistance should you experience a sewer back-up or slow drains. Crews will perform snaking of both the sanitary and the storm line, between the clean out and the main line in the street. Property owners are responsible for any blockages, breaks, etc. that may occur between the clean out and the home. Property owners are also responsible for any internal issues that may arise. Please contact the Service Department at 440.884.9607 to make a request for assistance. It is required that an adult be at the home when the Sewer Crew comes out to address the problem.
The Illuminating Company
Cleveland Water Dept./Sewer
Cox Communications (Cable)
GARBAGE PICK UP
Garbage Collection is an automated service. New residents must call for garbage & recycle cans (if not left at house)
Director of Public Service
The Department of Public Service provides a variety of services to our residents. The department’s responsibilities range from street and sewer repairs, snow and leaf removal, and facility and grounds maintenance. While the City does not operate its own in-house refuse collection service, the service is provided on a weekly basis by a private contractor.
Please see below for more detailed information on each of the services that we provide.
GREEN REFUSE & RECYCING INITIATIVE
2014 Special Waste Collection Events
Update: Republic Services has completed the update to their processing facility as promised.
- Residents may now begin recycling plastics numbered 1 through 7
- In addition, cardboard milk, juice, and broth cartons may also be recyled.
Beginning in April 2012, our city became one of the first in Cuyahoga County to have automated trash collection and recycling, at no added cost to you! Automated refuse collection is the most efficient and cost effective system available today. Automated recycling increases participation, saving tax dollars by reducing disposal costs while conserving natural resources.
Residential curbside refuse collection is provided by Republic Waste Services on a weekly basis on Wednesday. Refuse containers should be out by 7AM on Wednesday. City Ordinance 965.08 prohibits refuse from being placed out for collection prior to 4:00 PM the day before the scheduled collection day. Empty cans must be removed from the tree lawn within twelve hours after pick-up.
For more information on the program, please click here.
For more information about recycling, please visit the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District's website at www.cuyahogaswd.org.
The following items are EXCLUDED from regular pick up:
Hazardous waste of any kind, building materials resulting from construction, dirt, concrete, sod, car batteries, and oils. Waste generated by commercial contractors will not be picked up. Please click here for information on Special Waste Collection Dates.
Refuse Collection Fee
Effective January 1, 2012, the fee for residential solid waste collection was added to the property tax bill as a more simplified method of billing, benefiting our residents by:
- Eliminating the nuisance of quarterly billing and payments
- Automatically ensuring that all Homestead Exemption-qualified residents receive a $1 per month discount
Please note: The Refuse Collection Fee on your property tax bill is for the current year (2013)
FLOODED AREA SAFETY & SANITATION
The following links are provided as a part of the city's continuing effort to provide homeowners effected by residential flooding with as much information as possible.
Click here to read a letter from the Department of Public Safety
Click here to access a presentation prepared by the service director for the City of Westlake on the various causes of residential flooding.
Click here for vital information and safety tips when dealing with flooding in your home.
Paper Retriever Program bins are located at the following locations in Parma Heights.
- Greenbriar Commons (NEO Soccer Parking Lot) - 6184 Pearl Road
- Divinity Lutheran Church – 11877 Blossom Avenue
- Holy Name H.S. – 6000 Queens
- Incarnate Word Academy – 6618 Pearl Road
- Parma Park Elementary – 6800 Commonwealth
- Pearl Road Elementary - 6125 Pearl Road
- Parma South Presbyterian Church – 6155 Pearl Road
- St. John Bosco Church- 6480 Pearl
- Parma Heights Baptist Church - 8971 West Ridgewood
- Valley Forge H.S. – 9999 Independence
- Cleveland Metroparks - Big Creek Reservation
Schools, churches, and other community groups can raise money by hosting a Paper Retriever bin in their parking lot where the public can drop-off household and business paper for recycling. The Paper Retriever Program is sponsored by Abitibi Consolidated the world's largest newsprint recycler and newsprint producer. Abitibi started this collection program to obtain the paper they need to make new recycled paper. The program is available in many U.S. cities.