Message from MAYOR BYRNE

Welcome to Parma Heights!
Named One Of The
100 Safest Cities In Ohio! 

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Parma Heights is a community of neighborhoods with homes
on quiet, tree-lined streets where people really care about one another.
With programs, services and businesses for residents of all ages,
Parma Heights is a great place to live, work, shop and play!

Take a look at all our city has to offer by checking out our website, liking us on Facebook (City of Parma Heights) or following us on Twitter and/or Instagram (parmahts).

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                                       Spring is renovation time and if your home is
50 years or older, help is available!20 Home Exterior Makeover Before and After Ideas

The Heritage Home Program (HHP)
offers free home repair and maintenance technical assistance, personalized site visits, and
access to as low as 2.0% fixed-interest
financing over a 5-15 year term.

Watch your mailbox - If your home is eligible, you will receive an introductory letter from Mayor Byrne.

Details here:  Heritage Home Program!

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OUTDOOR SUMMER BAND CONCERTS ARE BACK!
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PUBLIC MURAL ART PROJECT

The Parma Heights Historical Society in conjunction with the City of Parma Heights and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture recently invited all interested artists to submit portfolios for a new public art mural project.

We received entries from several artists and want to say "Thank You" to all of them for sharing their vision of the project with us.

Check back - the winner will be announced soon!



RECREATION DEPARTMENT

 PitchHit & Run Rescheduled to May 14!
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PLEASE NOTE

CITY HALL IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Staff can be reached between the hours of 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Please call us if you need us.

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Video Links to Public Meetings
Listed Below

Due to COVID-19, meetings in the City of Parma Heights will not be physically open to the public until further notice.

Virtual Access

Links to the individual meetings will be imbedded in the dates listed below. Click on the date at the appointed time to safely view and comment on meetings in real time.

MAYOR'S CAUCUS, Monday, May 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
*COUNCIL MEETING, Monday, May 10, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

 *The Public is encouraged to e-mail comments related to Council’s agenda items to council@parmaheights.us when Regular Council Meeting links are posted.  E-mails received will be shared with elected officials and either read at the meeting or attached to the minutes.

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            Due to  COVID-19 and following the guidelines in RestartOhio ,
"All public and private gatherings of greater than 10 people occurring
outside a single household and connected property, or living unit
and connected property are prohibited."  



 NATHAN HALE RETENTION BASIN 
FLOODING MITIGATION UPDATE
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2/25/21 Please Note:
The City Engineer has informed the city that a minimal amount of trees and brush removal is needed in the northeast corner of the property in the area of the stream that borders the property. The National Park Service has been notified and advised it is permissible because the city owns the property.  City crews will be on site to perform this work within the next week.  The area where the work will be performed can be found on this clearance map.

PLANNING COMMISSION NEWS

On April 12, 2021 the City Council heard presentations from the Northeast Ohio Sewer District and DealPoint Merrill LLC regarding proposed projects at the former Cornerstone property.

The Sewer District is proposing to install a storm water retention basin on an 8.8-acre site that will address stormwater flooding issues which will provide relief to residents when significant rain events occur.

DealPoint Merrill LLC is proposing to re-develop the building located at 7011 West 130th Street for indoor climate controlled self-storage, some outdoor non-climate controlled self-storage and two retail buildings that will add to the community.

On April 12, 2021 the Council heard a presentation from DealPoint Merrill LLC regarding a proposed project at 7011 West 130th Street for indoor self-storage and unanimously moved to refer Chapter 1131, Chapter 1185 and Chapter 1195 of the Codified Ordinances to the Planning Commission to consider proposed  amendments to those Chapters of the Ordinances as they relate to the West 130th Street Mixed Use District which will be considered at future meetings of both the Planning Commission and the City Council.

Sewer District Presentation
Dealpoint Merrill LLC Presentation
Proposed Amendment to Chapter 1131.02 of the Codified Ordinances
Proposed Amendment to Chapter 1185.02 of the Codified Ordinances
Proposed Amendment to Chapter 1195.05 of the Codified Ordinances
Proposed Code Amendments

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and wear a mask upon entering any building.




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