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A & S Animal Control provides animal control services for The City of Mayfield Heights, including setting traps, relocating animals, and educating residents on ways to alleviate nuisance problems. Assistance is available to you! For animal control services, please contact the Police Department Dispatch at 440.442.2323.
Cuyahoga County Department of Development: Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (HRLP) enables eligible low and moderate income homeowners to address major housing components (roof, electrical, furnace & plumbing) that have been compromised. For more information call 216-348-4066.
Cleveland Restoration Society: Heritage Home Program; Home Improvement and Maintenance Loans. If your home is over 50 years old, this program can help you maintain and repair it with free technical assistance and access to low-interest financing. For more information, call 216-426-3116.
A Point of Sale inspection is required before selling a house. An application must be filled out and submitted to the Building Department along with the $25.00 fee. At that time, an appointment will be scheduled. Applications are available in the office or on the City's website: www.mayfieldheights.org. All applications and forms are located on the Building Department page. For more information, call 440-442-2107.
You can register to vote online, at Mayfield Heights City Hall, the Ohio License Bureau, or Mayfield Library, or call the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections at 216-443-8683 to have a registration card mailed to you.
Please visit the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections to find your polling location.
Residents 60 and over who have been registered by our Outreach Worker may use transportation services through Senior Transportation Connection.
Mayfield Heights residents may reserve the pavilions in City Park and Oakville Park for private picnics beginning on March 1. There is a $50 rental fee. Contact the Recreation Department at 440-442-2627 to schedule your rental. Permits are not issued after October 1st. All pavilion facilities (water and electricity) are officially available May 1 through October 15.
The Recycling Center located in the parking lot of the Ross C. DeJohn Community Center (6306 Marsol Rd) is open during the following hours:
Mondays & Wednesdays (Updated 9/16/19)6:00 AM - 4:30 PMSaturdays6:00 AM -11:00 AM
PLEASE NOTE: You must be a resident of Mayfield Heights only. You may be required to show proof of residency.
All you would have to do is fill out our Request A Tree form and let us know which service you are looking for! PLEASE NOTE: New tree planting is SUSPENDED until FALL 2018 (weather permitting). We have met our current quota of trees and will resume at a later date. You may still request a new tree during this time and be added to our list. Your patience is appreciated.
You can put any large item out on your tree-lawn the night before your designated garbage day to be picked up. As of January 2021, Kimble will now be picking up any bulk items. For any questions, concerns, or if there are any issues, please call Kimble directly at 1-800-201-0005.
As a reminder, there is NO leaf collection program in the Spring. Our refuse collection contractor gladly accepts leaves that are bagged and left out on your regular trash collection day
Sometimes this may happen on accident when there is a lot of snow or slush being plowed to the side of the road. Snow shields may help in these situations. Please fill out our Request Mailbox Replacement Form and we will put up a temporary replacement as soon as the weather breaks. Once the weather cooperates we will be able to put up a permanent mailbox. Please note however, this does not apply to plow drivers doing your driveway.
The city maintains over 16 miles of sidewalks along school routes, in the retail district, and at city-owned facilities. Sidewalk clearing operations are secondary to the plowing of roadways. The City of Mayfield Heights Codified Ordinances requires that homeowners maintain the sidewalks in front of their homes. Residents should consider lending a hand to neighbors who are unable to maintain the sidewalks on their own.